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  • TEAM LEADER -- USAID/IRAQ MID-TERM EVALUATION OF ACCESS TO JUSTICE PROJECT FOR VULNERABLE
    Baghdad, Iraq

    Supervised a team of two rule of law and civil society experts, and a team of seven data collectors, to evaluate the USAID/Iraq project to support access to justice for vulnerable groups that included women, orphans, incarcerated youth, displaced persons, persons with disabilities and persons without formal identification. Designed and conducted a survey of 44 civil society organizations that operated legal aid clinics as grantees of the USAID access to justice program, bar associations, law schools and 353 individual Iraqi beneficiaries to inform further USAID investment in the project. Evaluation questions focused on the project's effectiveness in forging relationships of collaboration to hold the advance the rights of vulnerable persons, the quality and availability of legal services, the quality of legal education, and public awareness.

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