THE IMPACT OF LP4Y ON SOCIO-PROFESSIONAL INTEGRATION CONFIRMED BY AN EXTERNAL EVALUATION
carried out by the consulting firm ScaleChanger
with the accompaniment of F3E
Following the development project of the South Asia zone co-funded by the French Development Agency (AFD) for 4 years, LP4Y entrusted the project evaluation to ScaleChanger. Focusing on the 3 centers of Bangalore and Chhattisgarh in India and Kathmandu in Nepal, a total of 124 people were mobilized to conduct the evaluation, including 27 Catalysts, 83 young people beneficiaries, as well as some of their families, and 8 partners.
This evaluation was realized by ScaleChanger totally digitally. The two consultants Isabelle Hoyaux (French) and Geetha Narayanan (Indian) gave an in-depth analysis of LP4Y approach in order to improve it. In fine, the goal is to ensure the most sustainable social and professional inclusion of excluded Young women and men.
See what is the official answer of LP4Y to this evaluation.
What will LP4Y do with the recommendations?
A public restitution was held online on Thursday the 13th of January
with F3E, ScaleChanger and LP4Y team members.
The planning allowed to:
1/ Share the observations and strategic recommendations highlighted by the evaluation
2/ Present the methodological approach of LP4Y for youth inclusion
3/ Give a feedback of projects evaluation in a context of pandemic
4/ Exchange with stakeholders of youth socio-professional inclusion
Discover the consultant Isabelle Hoyaux, presenting shortly the evaluation results :
South Asia Development project was co-financed
by the French Development Agency (AFD)