Endline Evaluation of the GIZ-funded Skill for Youth Empowerment (SKYE) Project

The study assessed, among other things, the impact and effectiveness of the intervention on youths empowered. The endline evaluation of the YETSD project employed a mixed-method methodology consisting of both quantitative and qualitative methods to determine the impact of the project and the effectiveness of the project’s advocacy strategy. This is to ensure the triangulation of findings from the project intervention in Edo state. The quantitative component involved the administration of structured questionnaires while the qualitative component will involve focus group discussions (FGDs), key informant interviews (KIIs) and in-depth interviews with beneficiaries (young people including returning migrants), indirect beneficiaries, SOS project team, and a broad range of stakeholders including community leaders, local partners, and project partners. The evaluation involved a desk review of project documents and relevant literature. It also involved use of mixed methods using Randomized control trial. We also had the data collection process, analysis and reporting and dissemination of findings

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