Gender-sensitive Monitoring and Evaluation in a Community-Driven Development Project: The Case of the Philippines’ KALAHI-CIDSS

Abstract:

The Asia-Pacific Policy Center conducted the baseline survey in each of the three geographical areas of the Philippines, covering four provinces included in an ear - lier phase of KALAHI-CIDSS implementation: Albay in Luzon, Capiz in the Visayas, and Zamboanga del Sur and Agusan del Sur in Mindanao.

The survey collected information on household and village conditions, providing baseline information for an evaluation of the impact of KALAHI-CIDSS on poverty reduction, social capital, empowerment, and governance. The data also make possible a deeper understanding of the areas in which KALAHI-CIDSS operates. Together with lessons learned from project implementation to date, the baseline survey provides valuable information for project management.

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Source InstitutionWorld Bank
Source URLhttp://siteresources.worldbank.org/INTEAPREGTOPSOCDEV/Resources/12756PhilGenderweb.pdf
Page Count58
Place of PublicationWashington DC
Original Publication DateNovember 1, 2011
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