Evaluation: support of medica mondiale Liberia (2010-2011) is extensive and sustainable
medica mondiale has been actively involved in south east Liberia in a comprehensive program against sexualised violence and for rights of women and girls since 2006. The independent expert Tania Bernath evaluated the project at the end of 2011 for medica mondiale. Her analysis confirmed that the starting point and approach of medica mondiale is sustainable and effective in supporting women.
Evaluation: International Peacebuilding project (2009-2011) shows effects on political participation
In March 2006 medica mondiale started a 3 year project to encourage and support the political participation of women and girls in the peace process in Liberia, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Afghanistan. Three years later, at the end of 2011, the independent expert Michaela Raab conducted a final evaluation of the project on behalf of medica mondiale. The results highlighted considerable differences in the three countries. In the Democratic Republic of Congo and in Afghanistan political participation was obviously strengthened. Success in Liberia was achieved in the first attempts to sensitise women to the possibilities and means of becoming active in and for women’s rights.
In 2008, Monika Hauser was awarded the Right Livelihood Award, also known as the 'Alternative Nobel Prize'. Now the Right Livelihood Award Foundation released a video about Monika Hauser and medica mondiale to show her engagement and the achievements of the organization she established.
Author of the video: Takepart media and science by order of Right Livelihood Award Foundation 10/2012
How we support local women’s organisations in war-torn and crisis areas in combatting sexualised violence against women and achieving justice, peace and participation, you can read in our project information.