May 2015 – Dec 2018
Est. 25,000 people, incl. 8,000 children
Increase households food security and community sustainable agri-production
Agriculture and Food Security pillar, introducing school gardens, family farms, nutrition programs, agriculture training, improved seeds and irrigation projects.
Thursday, 11th February 2016
Director, International Programs, Free the Children
“I was first introduced to Salanga at a mobile M&E workshop in Ottawa. I was impressed not just by the level of knowledge in modern M&E techniques but in Salanga’s expertise in the sector of monitoring and evaluation in the context of international development and their understanding of the realities of doing field work, including the physical, cultural and financial challenges and constraints. After engaging them in further conversation, Free The Children was eager to learn from them and we began working together to identify ways to improve our monitoring and evaluation and reporting of international projects. Working with Salanga has been highly collaborative and they have been able to put into words and visual documents, the very pieces we’ve struggled to communicate. Free the Children is transforming the reporting of our international work to be able to focus on and communicate the outcomes of our work. By continuing our partnership with Salanga into Phase 2 of their consultancy, Free The Children is going to be bale to take our work to the next step by refining the way we track and evaluate our projects by making our processes more efficient and effective while at the same time, building our in-house capacity to carry this work on in the future.”