Providing a new church facility fulfill the mission of the church for worship and spiritual growth.
Describe the need affecting community
How will this Advance project help to address the need?
The primary goal of the project is to improve the capacity of Buhonga local church to conduct its spiritual and evangelism activities through the provision of permanent church building, conference rooms and, administrative office. The long term impact the project hopes to achieve is holistic transformation of communities. Communities are expected to receive spiritual and physical change, hence social transformation of people’s lives. There will be improvement of the community members wellbeing.
Describe the primary goal of the project
To evaluate the project success, I will look at the following points: 1.Relevance/appropriateness – the extent to which the objectives were consistent with beneficiaries’ needs and priorities. To what extent are the objectives of the project still valid? What are relevant local context factors, which may affect the project’s outcomes? To what extent were these context factors considered in the planning and implementation of the project? To what extent did the relevant context factors change since the beginning of the project? 2. Efficiency – how economically resources/inputs were converted into results. Did project activities overlap and duplicate other similar interventions (funded nationally and/or by other donors? 3. Effectiveness: the extent to which the targeted project objectives were achieved (or are expected to be achieved) and any lessons related to this for future interventions. 4. Coverage/scope: extent to which the project’s work includes (or excludes) population groups from an intervention and the differential impact on these groups. 5. Impact: assessing the positive and negative changes on stakeholders produced by the project interventions, directly or indirectly, intended or unintended. 6. Sustainability & connectedness- The extent to which the benefits of the project’s work are likely to continue once the project is completed – the long-term effects produced by the project (directly, indirectly, intended and unintended).