Monitoring and Evaluationof the project ‘Giving poorest consumer a greater voice’ in India and Indonesia
Client : Consumers International, UK
Location : India (Tamil Nadu, Rajasthan, Gujarat) and Indonesia (Jakarta and Yogyakarta)
Duration : 3 years (2017 – 2020)Thematic Sector(s) focussed : Consumer Rights, Renewable Energy, M&E, Project Design and Development
Activity brief : In January 2017, Consumers International launched a three-year pilot project in six locations across three states in India, and two locations in Indonesia, with funding assistance from the IKEA Foundation. The main objective of the project was to develop a scalable model to enable low-income consumers to access safe and sustainable household products, ensuring children are brought up in safe and healthy homes. ISRF was hired as M & E partner to design the project with M&E framework and conduct Baseline, Midline, Process Monitoring and Endline evaluation for the project period of 3 years in both the countries. ISRF provided hand-holding support through research findings and ensure that the project implementation partners are on right track towards reading the targeted outcomes. The study generated key leanings and inputs for developing a scalable project model that helps low income consumers access and adopt to the safe and sustainable products in their households.