Adolescent Girls Initiative Action Research Programme (AGIARP) – Value for Money analysis

Kenya

The Project

In Kenya, LAMP produced a Value for Money Analysis for the Adolescent Girls Initiative Action Research Programme (AGIARP). AGIARP aims to improve the lives of adolescent girls in Kenya by improving their access to health, education, economic assets and protection from violence. LAMP’s analysis compared VfM aspects across three implementing partners of AGIARP. LAMP also developed a template for quarterly reporting to DFID. LAMP then produced a set of recommendations on how AGIARP can incorporate VfM to a greater extent within their programme.

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Highlights

  • AGI-K delivers multi-sectoral interventions to 6,000 girls in Kenya
  • LAMP worked with implementing partners Plan International and Save the Children to improve application of VfM tools

Client Testimonial

The work was helpful as it provided essential data to report to DFID. The recommendations on what partners needed to do to improve reporting were right. The recommendations were good. The flexibility in juggling work when all the data wasn’t made available on time was appreciated.

- Principal consultant, AGIARP

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