Community level legal education and support to help rural women secure and exercise land and resource rights, and address HIV-AIDS related tenure insecurity – GCP /MOZ/086/NOR | Land Portal

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Mayo 2014
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FAODOCREP:06e00a9a-a860-4f2d-97b4-d820952a1e84
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39
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The project “Community level legal education and support to help rural women secure and exercise land and resource rights, and address HIV-AIDS related tenure insecurity - GCP/MOZ/086/NOR”, hereinafter abbreviated as GCP/086, is the most recent of a series of FAO initiatives implemented, to a large extent, in partnership with the Juridical and Judicial Training Centre (CFJJ) of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Mozambique as well as in partnership with a number of National NGOs. GCP/086 started in March 2010. In August 2012, a Mid Term Evaluation (MTE) of GCP/086 was carried out, managed by FAO Office of Evaluation (OED) and the Management Response (MR) was finalised in September 2012. In early 2013, considering the proximity of the MTE to the final evaluation and overlap of report deadlines as well as the limited financial resources available, instead of a final evaluation, the FAO and the donor agreed on a validation exercise of the Terminal Report (TR). The validation, carried on by an Independent Expert, took place in March 2014, upon completion and clearance of the GCP/086 Terminal Report, and included a mission to Mozambique.

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