Analytical and Synthesis Study of REEEP Programmes
To conduct an analysis of the outputs and outcomes of REEEP's project portfolio. Evaluation questions will be answered, lessons learned generated and recommendations formulated.
Main activity and output:
- Conduct a three phased approach to the analysis.
- Initial planning and preparation phase including a preliminary documentation review of all relevant REEEP materials; a start-up teleconference; a work plan detailing the different stages of the study; and sampling methodologies for surveys, key interviews, and case studies, along with all data collection tools.
- Data collection phase including online survey targeting pre-selected individuals and projects; data analysis of level of successes of REEEP projects; five case-studies of successes, including on-site missions (India, South Africa, Kazakhstan, Brazil, and China), challenges and lessons learned; and complementary interviews to reach key informants.
- Data analysis and report writing phase including reviewing quantitative and qualitative results in light of contextual elements.
- Provision of a detailed work plan describing all steps, and providing all data collection tools.
- Provision of detailed analysis on project effectiveness against predetermined goals with a view to reviewing the extent to which the projects have had an effect on the intended beneficiaries.
- Provision of a ‘relevance checklist' against which the continuing projects can be reviewed against REEEP's defined priorities.
- Dissemination of lessons learned, best practices and potential for replication which in turn allows for fine-tuning of existing methodologies.
- Provision of a documentation 'tool kit' providing a complete list of REEEP Project outputs.