Reducing Poverty through Improved Eye Health in the “Post Health for Peace Initiative” in The Gambia, Senegal and Guinea Bissau 2009-13
The primary aim of this evaluation is to assess progress and impact of the programme across the sub region. Specifically, the evaluation sought to assess the implementation of project activities against final results with the aim of assessing the achievements, the processes affecting them, their sustainability, key lessons, the contribution to expected impact and the contribution of multi-country collaboration.
Overall the programme has succeeded fully in meeting output targets set for the region and provided access to eye health services to at least 60% of the population in the intervention areas. Some of the approaches used may prove sustainable and scalable after the funding period and some unaffordable within sub regional government resources. Publication date: April 2014
Read the final evaluation: Senegal country report (pdf)
Read the final evaluation: Guinea Bissau country report (pdf)
Read the final evaluation: the Gambia country report (pdf)
Read the management response and action plan (pdf)