Evaluation of measures to qualify and strengthen the network of civil society actors in the NANO region
Since 2014, the Goethe-Institute in Cairo has been involved in the non-formal sector of education with the project “Civic Education”. The project has first been implemented in Egypt, and expanded in 2017 also to Morocco, Tunisia and Jordan. With the project, the Goethe-Institute aims at supporting civil society by offering training and qualification opportunities and strengthening existing networks in the field of civic education
EDUCULT focusses its evaluation on the implementation of the project during the years from 2017 until 2019 and examines it for its effectiveness, impact and sustainability. The aim of the evaluation is to analyse how the project supports civil society actors in the countries. Furthermore it looks at the cooperation of the Goethe-Institute with their project partners, especially in the context of the NACE network (Networking Arab Civic Education) and the implementation of the third Civic Education Conference 2018 in Morocco. In addition, the results of the evaluation should provide concrete lessons learned for future projects.
EDUCULT conducts the evaluation on the basis of a situation analysis by Adele Clarke. The evaluation data is generated by a series of survey steps, including guide-based interviews, an appreciative inquiry workshop and an online survey.