Final Evaluation: “Enhancing a Community-Based, Multi-Sectoral Response to Gender-Based Violence in Ban Mae Nai Soi and Ban Mae Surin, Karenni Refugee Camps” (Thailand)

Authors/editor(s): Jillian Foster, Global Insight

Grantee: International Rescue Committee (IRC), Thailand

Country: Thailand

Period: November 2012 to October 2015

Grant amount: $750,000

 

Publication description. The project had two objectives: to maintain the provision of quality services to survivors of gender-based violence, including technical support to all service providers involved in holistic, survivor-centred response; and to build KNWO’s technical and organizational capacity to take over the leadership of gender-based violence service provision by the end of the grant period.

Main findings of the evaluation:

  • the IRC-KNWO partnership had significant impact overall, although annual impact wavered due to various factors;
  • there was increased confidence within and for KNWO as a gender-based violence service provider – 37.5 per cent of community-based organizations interviewed believed that the rate of gender-based violence had decreased over the three-year grant period, and in the project’s third year, every single survivor who sought services from KNWO reported feelings of increased safety; and
  • overall, the survivors had improved psychosocial wellbeing index scores, reflecting the substantial impact of IRC-KNWO programming especially given the chaotic nature of protracted conflict and gender-based violence.

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Bibliographic information

Geographic coverage: Asia and the Pacific; Thailand

Subject area(s): Ending violence against women and girls; UN Trust Fund to End Violence against Women; Monitoring and evaluation; Anti-violence interventions; Domestic violence/interpersonal violence; Rape/sexual assault; Service delivery; Partnerships

Resource type: Evaluation reports

Publication year: 2015