Below is a selection of some of the projects Bodhi has worked with over the past few years.
Bodhi undertook a final evaluation of LEEP. It assessed the programme against relevant OECD-DAC criteria (effectiveness, impact, and sustainability) and the programme’s logical framework, with a focus on empowering youth to find meaningful employment or self-employment. This evaluation also explores cross-learning from other youth programmes and aims to inform future youth employment initiatives in Liberia or elsewhere, including possible future phases of the LEEP programme.
Bodhi undertook a gender and resource use conflict analysis of the coastal areas, in Liberia undertaking fieldwork in all coastal counties. The aim of the project was to generate relevant information on the gender dynamics along the coastal areas of Liberia in relation to use, management and decision- making, access to, control and influence over natural resources with a view to identifying opportunities for promoting women’s empowerment in relation to natural resource management in coastal Liberia.
We undertook a mixed methods final evaluation of Mercy Corp’s PROSPECTS(Promoting Sustainable Partnership for Economic Transformation) urban youth livelihoods programme. The purpose of the final evaluation was to assess the extent to which the program objectives were met in relation to the strategies developed, resources used, and activities carried out in its implementation. It assessed the program against the OECD-DAC criteria (relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, impact, sustainability) and the programme’s logical framework. More broadly, the evaluation served to draw out lessons learned to guide future youth employment programmes in Liberia or elsewhere, including possible future phases of the PROSPECTS programme.