Impact Evaluation of Health Infrastructure Policy Development Workshop

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Nepal Health Sector Support Programme (NHSSP)
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Project Period

April 2019
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Project Area

Kathmandu Valley

In order to improve the response to Gender Based Violence in Nepal, National Women Commission is implementing a project titled “Integrated Platform for Gender Based Violence Prevention and Response in Nepal” in four districts of Central Development Region including Kathmandu, Lalitpur, Bhaktapur, and Nuwakot, from April 2016 to December 2018 with a financial support of World Bank. The project aims to achieve its objective by improving the quality and reach of services for GBV survivors through a helpline, promoting greater awareness among key stakeholders and strengthening the capacity of National Women Commission.


Broadly, the project aims to achieve the following three outcomes:

  • Enhanced Efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery through the Helpline
  • Increased awareness of GBV and rights
  • Enhanced capacity of NWC in addressing GBV

SW Nepal has been assigned to undertake a baseline survey of the IPGBVPR project.

Services Provided by SW Nepal

S.W. Nepal has been assigned to undertake a baseline survey of the IPGBVPR project with the specific objective to collect baseline data for the impact and outcome indicators of the project, as per the project’s log frame. In this baseline survey, S.W. Nepal will be assessing the prevalence of GBV, knowledge of GBV among community and among relevant stakeholders, Gender Equitable Attitudes among community and among relevant stakeholders, and knowledge of community on existing Response Mechanisms. Quantitative study will be conducted using ODK for data collection from 790 sample households. Thirteen Focus Group Discussions (FGDs) and 20 Key Informant Interviews (KIIs) will be conducted to substantiate the findings that will be derived from quantitative data.

SWN delivered a comprehensive ‘Health Infrastructure Policy Development Workshop Impact Evaluation’ report including recommendations to NHSSP to consider when undertaking similar policy training workshops in the future.