Final evaluation of "preventing child labor in home-based carpet production in Afghanistan" Project.

Empirical study
Monitoring report
Research report

Published 15th September 2018 by Goodweave. Authored by Afghan Australia Research and Management Consulting

Summary

In July 2018, GoodWeave International (GWI) commissioned Afghan Australian Research and Management Consulting (ARM Consulting) to undertake a comprehensive final evaluation of its five-year project titled "Preventing Child Labor in Home-Based Carpet Production in Afghanistan". The project aims to reduce child labor in the home-based production of carpets in Afghanistan. Albeit initially the project was planned for four years, covering the period of September 2013 to September 2017, a one-year no-cost extension was provided by the USDOL so that September 2018 marks the completion of the project. The evaluation at hand has chiefly focused on identifying project achievements, challenges, opportunities, lessons learned, and putting forth recommendations to determine project performance against intended targets and to inform the design and implementation modalities of similar future projects. More specifically, the evaluation has investigated the impact of the project on children's education as well as on the sustainability of the GWI certification model in the context of Afghanistan

Research detail

Final evaluation of "preventing child labor in home-based carpet production in Afghanistan" Project.

Empirical study
Monitoring report
Research report

Published 15th September 2018 by Goodweave. Authored by Afghan Australia Research and Management Consulting

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