Final Evaluation: Transitional Justice: Addressing Gender-Based Violence and Ensuring Women’s Participation” (Colombia, Côte de’Ivoire, Kenya, Nepal, Tunisia, Uganda)
Authors/editor(s): Paige Arthur, Public Action Research
Grantee: International Center for Transitional Justice (ICTJ)
Countries: Colombia, Côte de’Ivoire, Kenya, Nepal, Tunisia, Uganda
Period: November 2012 to October 2015
Grant amount: $966,496
Publication description. The project’s primary beneficiaries were groups working with female survivors of violence and government officials. Its secondary targeted beneficiaries were civil society organizations, community-based groups, and other transitional justice practitioners. The project’s goal was to ensure that transitional justice mechanisms in Colombia, Côte d'Ivoire, Kenya, Nepal, Tunisia and Uganda were designed and implemented in ways that provide redress for survivors of gender-based violence and help end gender-based violations.
- Main findings of the evaluation: the complex project in six countries achieved some results despite a range of implementation challenges, including under-resourcing and operating in politically risky contexts; and
- the level of results for this largely capacity building and policy-influencing project were adequate considering the level of investment per country.
Subject area(s): Ending violence against women and girls; UN Trust Fund to End Violence against Women; Monitoring and evaluation; Anti-violence interventions; Service delivery; Access to justice and legal protection
Resource type: Evaluation reports
Publication year: 2015