Endline Evaluation of the Living Peace Project – report is out

Key words
  • Fragility, conflict, peace and security
  • Gender and youth
  • Health

ADE has completed the final impact evaluation of the Living Peace project, implemented between 2016 and 2022 in Eastern DRC by the Living Peace Institute and funded by the Netherlands as part of the Great Lakes Program. The project’s objective is to reduce gender-based (sexual) violence by providing group therapy to men, perpetrators and victims of violence.

Qualitative data through focus groups and key informant interviews has been collected on the field and triangulated with data collected by LPI as well as the preliminary results of a Randomized Control Trial (RCT) conducted by the University of Kigali, Rwanda.

This endline evaluation provides conclusions and recommendations for the (potential) next phase of the project, as well as for the Dutch Ministry and other relevant stakeholders in the fields of gender equality and reduction of violence in Eastern DRC and other contexts.

Click here to read the final report.


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