Evaluation and Learning of Migrant Parent School in Marginalised Communities
Evaluation and Learning of Migrant Parent School in Marginalised Communities in Lanzhou Project 2015-2017
Oxfam has been supporting the Parent School Project since 2006, and supported a total of four phases of the project. The scope of the project expanded from simple women’s capacity building, improving girls’ literacy to providing more comprehensive support for the migrant community, especially in promoting the literacy of migrant women and improving preschool education for their young children. The Parent School Project has become a channel through which community needs can be identified and responded to.
An external evaluation was carried out to find out what has been achieved during the two-year project phase, what worked and did not work, and why. It was conducted by an expert from Lanzhou University, a partner together with OHK between June and September 2017.
This brief is based on external evaluation report. We hope it can give you a better idea of what we are doing in China, and help facilitate the exchange of information and learning.