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Process Evaluation of Community Energy Development Programme Projects

Dauenhauer, Peter and Currie, Catherine and Davies, Gillian and Young, Enrique W. (2015) Process Evaluation of Community Energy Development Programme Projects. [Report]

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Abstract

This report sets out the findings, conclusions and recommendations of a Process Evaluation, conducted between January and March 2015, of the Community Energy Development Programme (CEDP) projects as part of the Malawi Renewable Energy Acceleration Programme (MREAP). It was commissioned by the Scottish Government (SG) as a product of the Institutional Support Programme Component (ISP) of MREAP. Its main purpose is to assess what has been delivered, how this has been achieved and to compile learning from the process for policy and future projects. The agreed scope for the process evaluation was the portfolio of 46 CEDP projects implemented across the 3 regions of Malawi and the relevant processes and systems in place to design, implement and manage these projects. Due consideration was also given to framing the scope of the evaluation through the choice of evaluation questions and the feasibility of what was possible.