Evaluation of the XCSEL Project in Mozambique

Evaluation of the XCSEL Project in Mozambique

20 December 2017

Concern Worldwide (CWW), with Welt Hunger Hilfe (WHH) and the Rural Association of Mutual Support (ORAM), implemented the three year Strengthening Civil Society to Enhance Livelihoods Through Supporting Economic Skills Diversification, Markets and Gender Equity in Zambezia (XCSEL, 2015-2018), with support from the European Union and Irish Aid.

This project was implemented in Mozambique in the districts of Chinde (including Micaune), Inhassunge, Nicoadala and Quelimane. The overall objective was to provide tangible assistance in the areas of agriculture, nutrition, and gender to strengthen civil society actors to advocate for better livelihood service provision from the public and private sectors. This included a specific objective that beneficiaries would have increased economic welfare, improved nutrition, and have generated evidence of good practice to influence government policies and government staff training.

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Evaluation of the XCSEL Project in Mozambique

This is the final evaluation of the XCSEL project that was implemented in Mozambique.