EnCompass produced this midterm evaluation as part of the USAID Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning for Sustainability (MELS) contract. The evaluation analyzed human trafficking interventions in the Peruvian Amazon, focusing on the relevance of the intervention’s objectives and strategies, the results achieved, the conditions for sustainability, and the programmatic and technical strengths and weaknesses of each component.
Based on this analysis, the evaluation identifies lessons learned and provides recommendations to improve the intervention. The evaluation team utilized qualitative methods to answer five evaluation questions. The evaluation recommendations focus on actions of Capital Humano Y Social Alternativo, USAID, and the Peruvian government.
Photo by Capital Humano Y Social Alternativo, 2020