This report is the final evaluation of the Hogaan iyo Nabad Community
Driven Reconstruction programme in Somalia/Somaliland. The programme is
financed by the Department for International Development (DFID), and
implemented by a Consortium of three international organisations: Care
International (CARE), Danish Refugee Council (DRC) and International
Rescue Committee (IRC). It aims at strengthening governance and conflict
management at the village level and uses participatory approaches to
support responsive, accountable and effective governance in 60 villages.
In particular, the programme aims at achieving two outcomes:
Outcome 1: Citizens’ participation in decision-making and conflict
management is enhanced and
Outcome 2: Village-level institutions have improved their ability to
plan, manage and advocate for community priorities.
This report evaluates whether the twin goals of the programme have been
Bakonyi, J.; Cohen, G.; Bedard, P-O. An Evaluation of Hogaan iyo Nabad: A Community Driven Governance Programme in Somalia/Somaliland. Durham University, UK (2015) 169 pp.