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Expanding Access to Justice Program Evaluation

About the Project

The USAID/Somalia Expanding Access to Justice (EAJ) is a $25M, five-year program, implemented by Pact and the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative (ABA ROLI) under the Human Rights Support Mechanism, a global program focused on the expansion and protection of human rights. EAJ is scheduled to end in August 2023.

The purpose of the EAJ Program Evaluation is to assess the effectiveness of EAJ’s justice promoters’ approach in supporting aggrieved parties identify the most optimal justice solution; understanding how different combinations of factors contribute to aggrieved parties’ improved navigation of available justice pathways; and generate evidence to inform decisions about future access to justice programs. USAID/Somalia will use the evaluation to (1) inform the implementation of EAJ, and (2) inform the design of future USAID access-to-justice programming.

The Evaluation will be conducted by LINC and its partners The Cloudburst Group, and Grassroots Research, between the months of January and October 2023.

The USAID/Somalia EAJ Evaluation Program Evaluation task order was awarded under the Kenya and East Africa Evaluation, Assessments, and Analysis IDIQ.

Evaluation to Expanding Access to Justice - Somalia. Credit: Pact World
Credit: Pact World

This activity is made possible by the support of the American People through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

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