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Women's Right to Be Heard: An evaluation of Oxfam GB’s “Raising Her Voice” portfolio

Women's Right to Be Heard: An evaluation of  Oxfam GB’s “Raising Her Voice” portfolio
68 pages

Authors
Beardon, Hannah
Otero, Eva

Publication date
04 Nov 2013

Publisher
Leitmotiv

Type
Evaluation report

This final evaluation is both a meta-analysis of the national evaluations of the Oxfam GB's Raising Her Voice (RHV) programme, and an assessment of the global portfolio as an entity. The former seeks to draw learning and conclusions from the evidence generated by the different RHV projects on progress, implementation and impact, review and update the RHV theory of change, and identify strategies which can support effective work on gender and governance. The latter focuses on the added value of the RHV global portfolio to the individual projects, and to governance and gender work of Oxfam GB.  

For an overview of this evaluation read the summary report: Raising Her Voice: The power to persuade

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