Independent ‘End of Programme ’ Evaluation: impact revealed

Mayank Anti Corruption Coalition (MACCO) in Arua; African International Christian Ministries (AICM) in Kabale; Kibaale Civil Society Network (KCSON) in Kibaale; and Rakai Counsellors’’ Association (RACA) in Rakai. These organizations were originally awarded grants through the competitive process under the Call for proposal four (CFP 4) and successfully completed implementation of their 2 year projects. However, to strengthen learning from project implementation and follow-up of achieved project results/outcomes they were competitively selected and approved for this funding extension on grounds of havingdemonstrated effective project implementation with clear results/impact, and good financial management coupled with clear and more focused proposal to consolidate learning as well as deepen project impact.

This was a recommendation from Fiduciary Assessment Review report that it was prudent to pick a few good performers that demonstrate scalable results into another phase for purposes of consolidating their project outcomes. This flexibility is one of the strategies believed to be vital to support human rights & good governance interventions particularly for organizations working at sub national level.

project implementation started in september 2014 and IDF wishes them successful implementation