The consulting firm Momentum, specialized in supporting organizational and evaluation processes, conducts the external evaluation work of the “No Woman Left Behind” project led by the Ethnic association (Aethnic) and developed in Gambia by the I TTOG ( Institute of Travel and Tourisme) with the collaboration of the Gender Platform .
The work, which began after the completion of the bulk of the project (the training course) this past September, consists of several parts. The first, a survey of each participating right holder (30 Gambian women in a vulnerable situation) to measure the training and biographical impact generated.
On November 10, a qualitative analysis work session was held led by the evaluators ( Xavier Estivil l and Marta Canals ), taking advantage of the stay of the local project managers and a representative of the students in Catalonia.
The evaluation also consists of group sessions with the teachers of the course, the students and the local staff of the project.
The first results indicate a high degree of satisfaction of the women participating in the project and a high degree of taking advantage of the theoretical and practical contents of the program, especially the modules related to human rights and gender provided for, which aim to empower and prepare the participants to insert them into the labor market.