Objective: To provide the relevant services of the European Union, the interested stakeholders and the wider public with an overall independent assessment of the past performance of the Programme, ‘Improving Reintegration of Returnees in Afghanistan’, paying particular attention to its intermediate results measured against its expected objectives and the causes underpinning such results, as well as key lessons learned, conclusions and related recommendations in order to improve current and future Actions.
• Evaluated the Programme which focuses on supporting the sustainable (re)integration of returnees and
internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Afghanistan and strengthening the migration governance capacities
of the country in order to facilitate the (re)integration process. Provide evidence of the status of the project through results-based objectives but also contribute to accountability, effective decision making, and learning. By analysing these results, and identifying linkages among them, the research team concludes on practical adaptations to the programme until its endline, alongside recommendations to inform the next phase of EU funding.
• Carried out a Phone-based survey in 5 provinces (approx. 800 respondents): provides rapid data on the results of the Programme, ‘Improving Reintegration of Returnees in Afghanistan’. Questions on: 1) Economic wellbeing 2) Social integration and Migration intentions (including aspirations to migrate, and change in intentions.
• During the MTE, the evaluation team focused in the following result areas: Economic wellbeing (primary outcome on livelihoods); Social wellbeing (secondary outcome on social (re)integration); Alternatives to irregular migration and Stakeholder buy-in, coordination, capacity building and partnerships.
Migration; security; conflict resolution
North Africa and Middle East
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