Faya Impact Evaluation

Kenya

The Project

Faya is a two-year Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF) investment targeting adolescents between the ages of 15 to 19 years old in Homa Bay, Kilifi, Mombasa, and Siaya counties in Kenya. The programme, implemented by Amref Health Africa, looks to increase access to quality sexual and reproductive health (SRH) education among adolescents and to link adolescents to health services through the delivery of comprehensive sexual education via a Life Skills Education (LSE) Toolkit.

Kantar Public is providing monitoring and evaluation services over the life of the 2-year Faya investment. This work will serve to test the effectiveness and efficiency of the programme delivery channels and to understand delivery challenges and successes. As part of this evaluation, LAMP will be conducting a cost-effectiveness analysis.

Highlights

  • Cost-effectiveness analysis
  • Increasing access to quality SRH education for young people

Client Testimonial

LAMP were adaptive and flexible in the way they approached the study: responding to the needs of the programme and providing tailored and useful insights that informed the future of the work. In particular, LAMP were always forthcoming with insights they felt could be of immediate use to the programme – something that was very much appreciated as an implementer!

- - M&E Advisor, MamaYe

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