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The Partnership Programme Agreement (PPA) is a much-valued source of funding for Oxfam. The flexibility and predictability that the PPA gives Oxfam is very welcome, particularly at a time when the economic downturn is starting to have an effect across the sector. But the PPA is about more than just the funding – it provides a mechanism for mutual accountability and genuine strategic engagement on issues where DFID and Oxfam work towards a common goal of supporting poor and marginalised citizens in developing countries. Oxfam GB is taking a developmental approach to building its capacity to do good evaluation, and is capitalising on the opportunity offered by performance-related funding mechanisms such as the DFID PPA. This will enable Oxfam’s MEL advisers to engage with new and existing programme teams, and to accompany them in embedding and strengthening good quality MEL practices in their programmes and projects. The approach that has been developed to support programme teams involved in reporting on the DFID PPA to develop high quality M
    Measuring Change   Oxfam GB - DFID Partnership Programme Agreement 2008-2011: Baseline report    2 Oxfam Registered Office Oxfam House  John Smith Drive Cowley Oxford OX4 2JY Telephone: (+44) (0) 1865 473727 A company registered in England, number 612172, and limited by guarantee. Registered Charity No. 202918. Oxfam (also known as Oxfam GB) is a member of Oxfam International.  3 Foreword by Barbara Stocking   5   Oxfam’s Performance Framework for the PPA   Measuring Change: Oxfam‟s approach to PPA reporting  6 Strategic Objective 1: Smallholders‟ power in markets  8 Strategic Objective 2: Adapting to climate change 10 Strategic Objective 3: Citizen voice 12 Strategic Objective 4: Active global citizenship in the UK 14 Indicative Portfolio Strategic Objective 1  16 Empowering cotton producers: Mali 18  Alternative rural-urban supply chains: Colombia 20 Building opportunities on small islands: Indonesia 22 Linking farmers to the hotel industry: St Lucia 24  Agricultural scale-up: Tanzania 26  Agricultural scale-up: Honduras 28 Developing rural agro-enterprises: Occupied Palestinian Territories 30 Joint Oxfam programme: Malawi 32 Strategic Objective 2 34 River basin programme: Bangladesh 36 Disaster risk reduction in ethnic minority areas: Vietnam 38 Disaster risk reduction and emergency preparedness: Bolivia 40 Livelihood improvement through good governance and disaster risk reduction: Uganda 42 Climate change campaign: Global 44 Badakshan programme: Afghanistan 46 Climate change adaptation and national campaigning: Peru 48 Strategic Objective 3 50 Promoting social accountability: Vietnam 52 Building the capacity of indigenous peoples: Bangladesh 54 Improving the quality of education: Mali 56 Strengthening civil society: Honduras 58 Raising her voice: Indonesia 60 Youth, women and indigenous people: Linking actors in decentralisation and participatory development: Nicaragua 62 Health and education for all campaign: Global 64 Strategic Objective 4  66 Supporting active global citizenship among young people: UK 68   Contents  4
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