ubora, asesoramiento, redes, M&E,
Planning, Ongoing Monitoring and Evaluation
Our services will help you to:
We help you to improve the planning, design and management components of your projects and programs, not only to give access to funding sources from public and private institutions and be held accountable to them, but also to know the potential scope of projects and interventions and assess their contribution to social change. To this end, we use tools for planning, monitoring and evaluation tailored to the needs of both the organization and the intervention itself, and provide learning-orientated approaches to the M&E function, generating continuous feedback to improve organizational practices.
The way we work:
VETERINARIOS SIN FRONTERAS
The M&E system allowed for the identification of Outcomes and Changes related to the gradual and progressive process of empowerment and autonomy of these women. But it also created the environment for shared reflection and learning among all members of the organisation and program on the need to constantly revisit and adapt the organization to the context & program wherein such evolving processes take place.
The UNESCO Chair on Visual Health and Development and the Visual Health Observatory work closely for improving access of disadvantaged populations to visual health services as well the improved quality of such services. This is done through awareness-raising campaigns, training, research and Development cooperation initiatives.
UBORA has been supporting and facilitating both organisations with specific training and strategic and operational organizational assistance. In addition to this, UBORA has assisted in the identification and formulation of Development projects and programs to be submitted to different calls for tenders as required, using the Logic Framework Approach.
The last Project UBORA was involved in was Supporting the creation of microenterprises for women leading to the reinforcement of Ocular Health Services in Dakar, Senegal Such a Project, which was funded by the Council of Barcelona in 2014 initiated the implementation of an economically sustainable model based on the creation of micro-enterprises by women coming from the populated area around Dakar. These women work as visual health promoters in collaboration with the municipal Optics Department of the Abbas Ndao hospital of Dakar. This initiative reinforces the optician capacities as well as the ophthalmological department service to improve coverage and access to services.
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