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Gourley, Deborah, 2012, Evaluation of NRC Food Security and Livelihoods Projects in Chipinge and Chiredzi Districts, Zimbabwe, 2011-12, Final evaluation, Norwegian Refugee Council, Oslo.

2.1 ENABLING ENVIRONMENT

Recommendation16. Increase coordination among implementing agencies in an area where they may be working with the same target groups to avoid duplication of training or other activities with the same target stakeholder groups.

Reference: Gourley, Deborah, 2012, Evaluation of NRC Food Security and Livelihoods Projects in Chipinge and Chiredzi Districts, Zimbabwe, 2011-12, Final evaluation, Norwegian Refugee Council, Oslo.

Sample evidence: the evaluation noted that more attention should be paid to coordination with other NGOs to avoid duplication of trainings (or other project activities) with the same target stakeholder groups. The evaluation concluded that this could be achieved by resurrecting a lapsed NGO coordinating group, or by including information on forthcoming trainings in bulleting / documents shared with other NGOs and training providers

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2.2 DECENT WORK AND ENTERPRISE GROWTH

2.2.2 Formalising work in IE

Recommendation: 11. Ensure that beneficiaries participating in IE project activities—including  improved market linkages—are  supported to obtain the required trading permits / licences to avoid being conflict with laws and regulations.

References: Gourley, Deborah, 2012, Evaluation of NRC Food Security and Livelihoods Projects in Chipinge and Chiredzi Districts, Zimbabwe, 2011-12, Final evaluation, Norwegian Refugee Council, Oslo.

Evidence sample: The evaluation determined that projects need to ensure that beneficiaries participating in support to develop Income Generating Activities (IGAs), market linkages and other projects involving vendor activities need to be supported to obtain the required trading permits / licences to avoid the project putting them into conflict with the law.

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2.4 APPROACHES TO ENHANCE LIVELIHOODS, EQUITY AND INCLUSION

2.4.5. Strengthening IE with attention to gender issues

Recommendation: 26) Ensure that women are included in meetings, decision-making and beneficiary registration processes.

References: Gourley, Deborah, 2012, Evaluation of NRC Food Security and Livelihoods Projects in Chipinge and Chiredzi Districts, Zimbabwe, 2011-12, Final evaluation, Norwegian Refugee Council, Oslo.

Evidence sample: the evaluation noted that there is a need for staff to consciously address issues of ensuring adequate inclusion of women in meetings, decision-making and registration processes.

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2.4 APPROACHES TO ENHANCE LIVELIHOODS, EQUITY AND INCLUSION

2.4.7. Strengthening IE with attention to people affected by HIV

Recommendation: 1) Create a secure and accessible environment that enables supports vulnerable groups, such as those affected by HIV, to come forward and participate in the project. Mainstream HIV/AIDS awareness in projects with people dependent on the IE.

Reference: Gourley, Deborah, 2012, Evaluation of NRC Food Security and Livelihoods Projects in Chipinge and Chiredzi Districts, Zimbabwe, 2011-12, Final evaluation, Norwegian Refugee Council, Oslo.

Evidence sample: the evaluation noted that in livelihoods projects there is a need to mainstream HIV/AIDS awareness and create a secure and accessible environment that enables /supports vulnerable groups to come forward and participate in the project.

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