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The Unwrapped Project was a livelihoods promotion initiative focusing on providing veterinary services, restocking vulnerable women headed households, promoting ox-plough farming technology, and promoting honey production in traditional beekeeping communities. The project started in May 2005. The mid-term evaluation assesses the project’s effectiveness, efficiency and promotion of gender equity. It provides a comprehensive picture of the project’s design characteristics, implementation dynamics and challenges facing the Unwrapped Project. The findings are meant to guide Oxfam in planning and implementing the next project phases and other livelihood projects.

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