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2019 Jordan: Evaluation of the joint programme "Hemayati: Promoting women and girls health and well-being"

Executive summary


Evaluation aimed to assess impact of Hemayati joint programme in strenghtheninig SGBV survivors’ access to comprehensive life saving protection and sexual reproductive health services. Evaluation results will inform on effeciency and effectiveness of joint programmes.


The purpose of the evaluation was to assess the extent to which the whole programme has resulted in progress towards intended results regarding strengthening S-GBV survivors’ access to comprehensive lifesaving protection and sexual reproductive health (SRH) services. Mainly, the evaluation aimed to assess the integrated approach towards Gender Based Violence, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Shelter. Moreover, this evaluation was undertaken to assess the cost effectiveness and efficiency of adopting the joint work approach compared to the individual (single) agency work approach. The evaluation attempts to provide credible and useful assessed information on the added value of joint programmes in enhancing the achievement of results through improved UN system coherence and efficiency by using joint design, implementation and evaluation process.

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Report information

Year: 2019

Country/Office: Jordan

Region: MENA

Type: Evaluation

Theme: Gender-Based Violence; Health

Language: English

Sequence #: Jordan/59/2019/16728

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