ActionAid Safe Cities Global Programme Evaluation
ActionAid is an international non-governmental organization working in 45 developing countries to fight global poverty. The Global Safe Cities Programme was launched in 2011 with the intent of broadening the organization’s lens beyond violence in the private sphere to promote safer cities and safer urban public spaces particularly for women and girls living in poverty. GPA led the mid-term evaluation of the Global Safe Cities Program in the four pilot countries where the programme has been implemented to date: Liberia, Cambodia, Ethiopia and Brazil. The evaluation assessed the programme’s relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, impact and sustainability, with the primary aim of drawing lessons to inform the programme’s implementation in additional countries.
Liberia, Cambodia, Ethiopia and Brazil