Project Description

In 2014 Democracy International completed a mid-term performance evaluation of two USAID-funded local government projects in Honduras designed to improve the capacity of municipal governments and better enable government decentralization: the Transparent Local Governance and Improved Service Delivery Project by Nexos and the Decentralized Enabling Enviroment Project implemented by Dee. The evaluation team visited selected project sites; interviewed more than 150 individuals, including municipal authorities, health and water board officials, and technical staff members; and conducted 12 focus group discussions. The team completed a report containing analysis and evaluation of constraints, progress on indicators, quality of service delivery, coordination, and gender issues for both projects. The report provided specific recommendations for mid-term course corrections that could enhance program sustainability, target beneficiaries more effectively, and improve coordination through collaboration with other organizations in the water, health, and local government sectors.

Duration

2014

Location

Honduras

Practice Area

Learning
Governance

Client

USAID

Team

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