The 4 Belgian partner NGOs – FIAN, Quinoa, Solidagro and Viva Salud – have joined forces and complementarities in terms of interculturality, the fight against inequalities, the right to health, the right to food and the rights of peasants and approaches to lead a common program that aspires for citizens to have more power and for their political participation through social movements to be strengthened to bring about structural change in our economic, political system and social so that a just, united, decolonized and sustainable world, based on human rights, can come about.
The consortium’s 4 strategies are:
• Awareness raising, training and mobilization: to strengthen citizen engagement
• Support for movements and networking: to strengthen their capacities for action and organization
• Advocacy and expertise: to drive political choices favorable to system change
• Strengthening and supporting alternative models: to improve the socio-economic conditions of the population and promote these good practices.
The mid-term evaluation aims to answer the question: “How does our approach and practice of strengthening and supporting social movements contribute to achieving the objectives of the joint program?” “.
To do this, it will be:
• Evaluate practices with social movements (are they effective, do they create change).
• Nurture learning and reinforce practices with these movements in order to be more effective and efficient
• Confirm that this work contributes to the change sought by the outcome.
• Ensure monitoring of certain indicators: measure the level of achievement and the relevance of actions with regard to these indicators (outcome Belgium);
• Train in evaluation techniques, strengthen synergies and the sharing of knowledge and good practices between the staff and local offices (and therefore their organization) of the program;
• Formulate conclusions and recommendations (with a clear relationship between the two) with a view to strengthening the quality and impact of the joint program, in particular through the sharing of lessons learned and innovative practices.
Implementation 19/10/2023 – 15/07/2024