Evaluating IOM's counter trafficking programmes for Norway
RCG, in cooperation with Mathematica Policy Research and Berkeley Policy Associates, has completed an evaluation of Norway’s support
to IOM’s anti-trafficking global programs worldwide. The main objectives were to assess IOM‘s counter-trafficking interventions in achieving
intended outputs and outcomes as well as assess how results and lessons learnt from IOM‘s counter-trafficking interventions are used in current
and future planning of the organization’s interventions. A particular focus was examining the extent to which IOM applies a gender and rights
based perspective to its anti-trafficking programmes.
The evaluation was undertaken by a 7-person team, including RCG’s Phil Marshall and Rebecca Miller and RCG associates Kate Halvorsen and Thomas Goldring.
It combined: document review; site visits to five countries (Bangladesh, Kyrgyzstan, Macedonia, Nigeria, Norway) and a desk review of a regional multi-faceted project
in Southern Africa and a global survey for IOM staff and partners. A copy of the final evaluation report and case studies can be downloaded from the links below.
Norad/IOM TIP Evaluation Report
Norad/IOM Case Study Annex