Compilation of Evaluation Reports

The evaluators summarise their evaluation reports in anonymised form. These summaries contain a short description of the organisation carrying out the project and of the evaluated project itself. They describe the objectives of the evaluation as well as the evaluation methodology and outline the key findings and recommendations along the OECD/DAC evaluation criteria. Also, anonymised synthesis reports of the funding area evaluations can be found here.


Evaluation of a Community Based Development Project in Egypt

The project supported sustainable development for and in the New Valley Governorate through income generating activities for unemployed youth and young adults in the area of organic agriculture and community-based tourism. The evaluation, conducted in 2019, identified key areas and factors of success and achievements of the project and assessed to what extent the interventions undertaken contributed to the achievement of the project objective.

pdf | Egypt | 1 MB


Evaluation of four Community Development Programmes in Nigeria

The evaluation assessed four Rural Community Development Programmes across the Middle Belt and north-eastern Nigeria implemented by different partners supported by Brot für die Welt in 2019. It provided a comprehensive review of the four programmes, with attention given to the institutional capacities of the respective organisations as well as the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, impact and sustainability of the various programme activities

pdf | Nigeria | 87 KB


Evaluation of Climate Lighthouse Projects in Ethiopia and Indonesia

The evaluation reviewed different Climate Lighthouse projects in Ethiopia and Indonesia supported by Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe and Brot für die Welt in 2019-20. It presents the results of three individual on-site project evaluations as well as a synthesis of findings.

pdf | Ethiopia and Indonesia | 81 KB


Evaluation of the funding area Human Rights

Between 2016 and 2018, Brot für die Welt conducted an evaluation of its projects in the funding area of Human Rights, comprising 300 projects in more than 50 countries. The synthesis report summarises the results of the desk study and field studies conducted in Mexico, Palestine and South Africa.

pdf | Funding Area Human Rights | 913 KB