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Oxfam GB, in partnership with other leading civil society organizations (CSOs), implemented a three-year project in Lebanon, Jordan, and Iraq to enhance women’s access to justice in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region (May 2011 – April 2014). This project evaluation assesses impact through the change in people's lives, highlight project successes and shortcomings (both at theory of change and implementation levels) and identifies significant factors that facilitated or impeded the delivery of outputs, outcomes, purpose and overall objective. 
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  LIST OF ACRONYMS1. OBJECTIVES OF THE EVALUATION & APPROACH2. STRUCTURE OF THE REPORT3. PROJECT DESCRIPTION4. ENDLINE 4.1 Analytical Framework 5. METHOD 5.1 General notes on endline study design and methodology5.2 Participation in the endline study Survey of women in the community Survey of women in the community  Survey of community leaders Survey of court officials Survey of lawyers 5.3 Profiles of respondents  Age and gender distribution of lawyers  Age and gender distributions of court officials 6. MAIN FINDINGS 6.1 Access  6.1.1 Access-women level 6.1.2 Access-Social level 6.1.3 Access-Institutional level index 131518192122262628283030313133333535354145   8.3.2 Country level effectiveness analysis – Iraq OUTPUT 1 OUTPUT 2 OUTPUT 3 OUTPUT 4 OUTPUT 5 OUTPUT 6 8.3.3 Country level effectiveness analysis – Lebanon OUTPUT 1 OUTPUT 2 OUTPUT 3 OUTPUT 4 OUTPUT 5 OUTPUT 68.4 Impact 9. CROSS-CUTTING ISSUES10. SUSTAINABILITY11. LESSON LEARNT AND CONCLUSIONS12. FINAL RECOMMENDATION S6.2 Utilization 6.3 Quality of legal services 6.4 Conclusions 7. EVALUATION FRAMEWORK AND QUESTIONS 7.1 Evaluation Issues 7.2 Evaluation Framework 8. FINDINGS 8.1 Relevance 8.2 EfficiencyOverall programme efficiency   8.2.1  Country Efficiency analysis – Jordan 8.2.2  Country Efficiency analysis – Iraq 8.2.3  Country Efficiency analysis – Lebanon 8.3 Effectiveness Working with beneficiaries and target groups Partnership Learning 8.3.1 Country level effectiveness analysis – Jordan OUTPUT 1 OUTPUT 2 OUTPUT 3 OUTPUT 4 OUTPUT 5 OUTPUT 6475154575758626271717577798181889092929396979898100100102103104105106107107109110111112112114124126128132  LIST OF FIGURES 4. ENDLINE Figure 1 - Analytical Framework as presented within the baseline study 5. METHOD Table 1 - Consent to be interviewed - Survey of women in the communityTable 2 - Consent to be interviewed - Survey of women in the community - Survey of women with family court dealingsTable 3 - Consent to be interviewed - Survey of women dealing with courtTable 4 - Consent to be interviewed by study area -Survey of community leadersTable 5 - Gender distribution of court officials- Survey of court officialsTable 6 - Consent by lawyers to participate in the survey by study area - Survey lawyers Box 1 - Occupation of community leaders interviewed by region – Community Leaders Survey (Q4) Box 2 - Occupation of community leaders interviewed by gender – Baseline Survey of Community Leaders (Q4) Box 3 - Specific Occupations disclosed by court officials interviewed by study area - Baseline Survey of Court Officials (Q4) Box 4 - Specific occupations disclosed by court officials interviewed by gender Baseline Survey of Court Officials (Q4) 6. MAIN FINDINGS Graph 1 - Variances in Access (women’s level) Table 7 - Copy of family law & training - Access (women’s level)Table 8 - Knowledge of family law - Survey women in the communityGraph 2 - Knowledge of family law- consolidated by answers (in percentage) Table 9 - Rating of community leaders of the level of understanding of women in the provision of family law by area - Survey community leadersTable 10 - Perception of lawyers regarding women’s understanding of family law by area Survey of lawyersTable 11 - Women’s knowledge of legal procedures - Survey women in the communityTable 12 - Capability of women to obtain legal services pertaining family law - Survey women in the communityTable 13 - Participation of community leaders in any workshop on women’s rights by gender – Survey of Community LeadersGraph 3 - Expected level of support from community leaders in cases of a family dispute brought to court - Survey women in the community (in percentage)Graph 4 - Variances of indicators at Access (social level) Graph 5 - Variances indicators Access- Institutional level (in percentage) Graph 6 - Variance of indicators related to Utilization ( in percentage) Table 14 - Experience with court snd continuity in pursuit of litigtion -Survey of women dealing with courtGraph 7 - Reasons for dropping litigations - Survey women dealing with court2328292930303132333434363737383939404041434446474849
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