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Project Effectiveness Reviews: Raising Her Voice Campaign: Liberia 2011-12

“Raising Poor and Marginalised Women Voices in Liberia‟ is a project that was developed as a part of the global project “Raising Her Voice (RHV)‟. This 17-country project aims at promoting rights and developing the capacity of grassroots women to engage effectively in governance.

Much of the programming was oriented around grassroots advocacy through workshops and production of sensitisation materials. The campaign rationale can ultimately be refined as developing advocacy and sensitisation campaigns designed to “reach as many women as possible with the message inside the AU protocol”. Thus, the working theory of change is that women‟s private and public lives will improve through increased public awareness and advocacy that teaches as many people as possible the existence of women‟s rights as proscribed in the AU protocol.

The methodology used for this assessment is known as „process tracing‟, a type of qualitative research that is designed to systematically measure the specific ways a particular cause produced (or contributed to producing) a particular effect.

Uploaded on: Dec 17, 2015
Last Updated: Dec 18, 2015
Year Published: 2012

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Resource Type: Impact Evidence Issues: Community Organizing, Family, Gender-based violence, Governance, Accountability & Transparency, Policy Advocacy, Women's Rights Tool Type: Reports / Research Method: Strengthening Customary Justice Systems Languages: English Regions: Liberia Nature of Impact: Change in institutional / government practice, Citizen Action & Participation, Conflict resolution / Case resolution Institutions Engaged: Elders, Media, National Legislative body, NGOs, Police, President / Cabinet