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Monitoring & Evaluation
pro15 Project : Socio-economic Survey
Donor : The European Union
Client : Ministry of Nation Building and Estate Infrastructure Development
This long-term project aimed to support the recovery of conflict affected populations in the North and East of Sri Lanka by improving living conditions, access to sustainable livelihood and the peaceful cohabitation of long term IDPs, host communities, resettled populations and returnees. The evaluation included collection of secondary and primary information; community consultation and stakeholder focal group discussions; analysis of data in respect to the achievement of results towards the goal of the project.

pro15 Project : Socio-economic Survey
Donor : CIDA
Client : Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)
The project/assignment is to assist CIDA in the results monitoring and performance tracking of CIDA's longer term tsunami reconstruction programme in Sri Lanka. EML monitored various tsunami projects and reported on the overall progress and the impacts on the community. The program covered a wide spectrum of areas including housing, water, sanitation and hygiene, microfinance and livelihoods, strengthening community capacities, effective local governance, child care and gender issues, and restoration of environment and eco systems. The total funding is approx. US $ 80, million in 30 sub projects

pro15 Project : Socio-economic Survey Baseline Socio-Economic Surveys - Plantation Reform Project-2
Donor : Asian Development Bank
Client : Ministry of Plantation Industries
The survey was conducted with the objectives (a) Improve living and working conditions of the estate work force to a level of comparable to national levels, and (b) enhance the profitability of the plantation sector through transformation of Regional Plantation Companies from primary producers to agribusiness entities. The baseline data and findings of the survey assisted the government in its long-term plans in the development of the plantation sector of Sri Lanka. The project was funded by The ADB.

Socio-Economic Assesments
pro17 Project : Southern Province Rural Economic Advancement Project (SPREAP) Socio-Economic Survey
Donor : Government of Sri LankaB
Client : Ministry of Plan, Implementation & Parliamentary Affairs
The survey was conducted with the objectives (a) Improve living and working conditions of the estate work force to a level of comparable to national levels, and (b) enhance the profitability of the plantation sector through transformation of Regional Plantation Companies from primary producers to agribusiness entities. The baseline data and findings of the survey assisted the government in its long-term plans in the development of the plantation sector of Sri Lanka. The project was funded by The ADB.

pro15 Project : Study on Quantification of Economic and Social Benefits contributed by the TVET Sector
Donor : ADB
Client : Ministry of Vocational and Technical Training
The tertiary and vocational education commission of Sri Lanka is committed to establish and maintain an efficient and effective technical education and vocational training system which is relevant to socio-economic goals and changing market needs. The study was carried out by EML, Identified indicators for assessment of economic and social benefits , and analyze and quantify the social and economic benefits of TVET, including rate of return analysis (economic & financial) and/or cost-benefit analysis.

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