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Mid-Term Evaluation: Supporting the National Justice Sector Strategy in Afghanistan: Improving Security, Legal Rights and Legal Services for the Afghan People

By: International Development Law Organization (IDLO)

For a decade, the International Development Law Organization (IDLO) has been a leading partner of the Afghan government in its work to reform the Afghan justice system, and to strengthen public security and the rule of law.

In 2009, IDLO developed a three-year program centered on the themes of institutional capacity building, gender and human rights mainstreaming.  The goal of this program is to improve the quality, delivery and accessibility of sustainable justice services in Afghanistan, in line with the Constitution, Shari’a and international standards.

The mid-term evaluation will examine the strategy of the three main components of the IDLO-INL program in Afghanistan to ascertain whether the specific and overall intervention logic and approaches were appropriate and effective. Specifically, the evaluation will investigate the specific activities relating to each of the program outputs listed above. The three main program components are:

Gender justice services offered through the and VAW Units and specific to the Eliminating Violence Against Women Law (LEVAW);

Legal services offered through the LAOA; and

The Public Legal Awareness.

Given that training remains a core part of IDLO’s program modality, the training design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation initiatives will also be reviewed.  The resource also contains results, recommendations for future practice and a discussion of sustainability.

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Uploaded on: Dec 17, 2015
Last Updated: Dec 05, 2017
Year Published: 2012
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