Understanding Contextually Based M&E and Knowledge Generation Systems in the African Region: Towards Effective Torture Rehabilitation Services in the Region

Understanding Contextually Based M&E and Knowledge Generation Systems in the African Region: Towards Effective Torture Rehabilitation Services in the Region

This scoping exercise is designed to be a first step in developing a better understanding of the contextual challenges and achievements of Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) work in organisations that provide torture rehabilitation and prevention services in Africa. The discussion presents and explores the findings of interviews with organisations in Africa that provide torture rehabilitation and prevention services.

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Caroline Walker
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Caroline Walker is a health promotion manager.

Dominique Dix-Peek
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Dominique Dix-Peek is the Knowledge and Learning Manager at the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (CSVR).

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