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Final Evaluation Report of the Wet Feeding and Cash Transfer Project in Southern Somalia
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This evaluation report details the achievements of the ECHO funded Wet Feeding and Resource Transfer project implemented by Danish Refugee Council in Mogadishu and ended on March 30th. This synopsis precedes the details of the project and the evaluation as contained in the report.
The wet feeding component was a six (6) months’ continuation of preceding phases implemented since November 2007. The last phase of 2011 incorporated a resource allocation component, which provided households with Conditional Cash Transfers in order to allow them purchase their food and non-food items from local markets. The wet feeding component was implemented in partnership with SAACID and World Food Programme (WFP).The resource transfer component was implemented directly where DRC was part of a consortium of four NGOs implementing cash transfer project using a uniform approach. The consortium used the services of Oversees Development Institute (ODI), an external evaluator, to facilitate the monitoring and evaluation of this component.
The evaluation objectives sought to determine the extent to which the results were achieved, relevance, efficiency and effectiveness of the project in delivery of the services and appropriateness of the partnership strategies employed. The evaluation also sought to document lessons learnt from the project including learning points for exit to a more sustainable approach to food security.