Final Evaluation of the Pathways to Lasting Peace in Libya project


We were contracted by Interpeace (IP) to complete the end-line evaluation of Interpeace’s Pathways to Lasting Peace Programme. This was part of a peace mapping initiative to examine the strategies and coping mechanisms of communities who remained resilient during the 2014 civil war. As part of the initiative, Interpeace worked on strengthening resilience and community cohesion in 18 communities across the east, south, and west of Libya between 2017 and 2019. The Pathway to Lasting Peace programme was designed to build on the successes of this earlier programme. Bodhi evaluation was intended to inform and help to refine the programme by identifying key good practices, lessons learned and providing contextually-relevant and precise recommendations. Our evaluation team implemented a mixed-methods evaluation structured along the OECD-DAC evaluation criteria and investigating cross-cutting issues such as gender and conflict sensitivity.

Research team