18 November 2016

Evaluation Northern Uganda: to strengthened women`s rights in future

In 2007, medica mondiale started supporting the Ugandan organisation Foundation for Women Affected by Conflict (FOWAC). The organisation works with former child soldiers, young mothers, widows and other survivors, who are all affected by violence and still suffering from the years of civil war. In 2014 a comprehensive project...

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14 September 2016

Evaluation for Liberia: Transition needs tenacity and tailor-made measures

In 2013, medica Liberia started a three-year project aiming to achieve long-term improvements in the situation of women and girls in south-eastern Liberia. The intention was to ensure survivors of sexualised violence would experience solidarity and support within their village communities. However, an evaluation has now shown...

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14 June 2016

Evaluationreport: The work of Medica Afghanistan has an impact

Stress- and trauma-sensitive counselling in a fragile and insecure social context: “All in all, the evaluation demonstrated that the project activities had a pronounced impact ... .” That is the very positive result of an evaluation of three projects carried out by Medica Afghanistan (MA) between 2012 and 2015. In the Afghan...

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18 April 2016

Evaluation (2013-2016) shows: Medica Gjakova in Kosovo offers survivors of sexualised violence comprehensive support

In Autumn 2015, medica mondiale commissioned two external consultants, Petra Scheuermann and Erinda Bllaca, to visit the women’s rights organisation Medica Gjakova and evaluate the project which had been funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and medica mondiale. Women are provided with psychological and...

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23 March 2016

Evaluation (2012-2015): Strong cooperation – How change can be achieved in Congo

“Improvements in the life situation of women and girls in eastern Congo who have been affected by sexualised and gender-based violence (SGBV)” – this is both the title and the aim of the joint project started in 2012 by the women’s rights organisation PAIF (Promotion et Appui aux Initiatives Féminines) and medica mondiale. At...

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08 April 2015

Liberia Blog on the Ebola crisis: Caroline Bowah Brown provides up-to-date reports

In our blog, the Director of the women’s rights and relief organisation medica mondiale Liberia, Caroline Bowah Brown, regularly reports on the current situation in her country: How is the Ebola crisis affecting everyday work? How are the organisation’s staff helping to deal with the epidemic? How can the counsellors protect...

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