Projects / Program Design

Evaluation and Redesign of Oxfam in Papua New Guinea’s Gender Justice Program



Oxfam in Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea


Oxfam Australia engaged Collective Action to lead the evaluation and redesign of Oxfam in PNG’s (OiPNG) Gender Justice Program. The Gender Justice Program is a five-year program funded by the Australian Government through Pacific Women and the ANCP, which aims to eliminate family and community violence through primary prevention, crisis services, CSO capacity strengthening, and advocacy. The program includes numerous projects and services that are implemented by a network of local CSOs located across PNG. Collective Action led a team of three people to undertake the evaluation and facilitated a comprehensive co-design process that involved a series of participatory workshops with OiPNG and staff from the CSOs. Collective Action produced a learning paper on the evaluation and a comprehensive design document that will guide program implementation over the next five years.

“Alison is a dedicated person who delivers quality products on time and is willing to go the extra mile. She has expertise in developing gender-based violence prevention programs with solid monitoring and evaluation component integrated into it. We have found that she takes an empowering approach to working with our national staff.”

Charlotte Kakebeeke | PNG Programme Director, Oxfam in Papua New Guinea