ISIR Consulting contributed to the Mid Term Review (MTR) of the Joint Police Programme (JPP), assisted in collecting and analyzing data, provided Somali language and cultural guidance, supported the DCAF’s International Security Sector Advisory Team (ISSAT) by carrying out key informant interviews with Police officials of the federal government of Somalia (FGS) and federal member states (FMS), stakeholders, community members, and other organizations involved in the JPP Somalia in the area.
DCAF -; Geneva Centre for Security Sector Governance contracted ISIR Consulting to assist in conducting a Mid Term Review (MTR) to support the implementation of the EU, UKAID, UK FCO, German Federal Foreign Office funded Joint Police Programme (JPP).
The Mid Term Review had the following objectives:
The MTR will look at the progress in implementation of the JPP as of the mid-term period, and generate actionable recommendations to improve the design and performance of the JPP for the remaining period. The core objectives of the MTR are as follows;
• Review the relevance and appropriateness of the current JPP programme design and recommend changes to ensure continued relevance and appropriateness
• Establish current progress towards achievement of JPP results and identify changes needed to ensure the JPP is on track to achieve intended results
• Assess the quality of JPP management and delivery and recommend changes to improve this
• Review the JPP’s approach to sustainability and recommend changes to strengthen JPPs approach.
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