Creative Consulting & Development Works

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Project: Street People Project

Client: City of Cape Town
Duration: August – December 2012

CC&DW conducted numerous site visits to organisations involved in working with street people. Through these site visits, we learned of the challenges of working within this sector and gathered recommendations on improving services.

Project Name: Street People Project

Client: City of Cape Town

Project Duration: August – December 2012

Sector: Social Development, Non-profit sector, Community Development

Service provided: Research, Logframe development

Project Outline: Development of a monitoring and evaluation framework and the provision of mentorship to the cities street people service providers.

Project Deliverables:

–          Conducting site visits to organisations sites.

–          Development of a Logical Framework tool for the monitoring and evaluation of the Street People Policy.

–          Developing a monitoring system to track street people and organisational activities

–          Presenting the tool at a workshop to the City of Cape Town and NGOs involved.

Our Approach: CC&DW conducted numerous site visits to organisations involved in working with street people. Through these site visits, we learned of the challenges of working within this sector and gathered recommendations on improving services. Numerous meetings were held with the City of Cape Town in order to learn of the challenges they are experiencing in working with the involved organisations. From this data, CC&DW developed a Logical Framework tool for the monitoring and evaluation of the Street People Policy.

Value: The City of Cape Town is dedicated to working closely with organisations who work with street people. It was identified that these organisations could benefit greatly from having a structured monitoring and evaluation framework in place in order to better track the movement of street people throughout their organisations and consequently improve on their current systems.