The firm facilitated a participatory development of Nabi Ghaith Maqam's operationalization plan in Deir Ammar through a partnership between the local council and the local grassroots organizations. After performing a SWOT analysis of the local actors, the TFR team drafted the operational administrative and financial plans for a joint village council- CBOs managing to operate the historic place. The plan included a marketing and operational plan, a multilateral networking mechanism, sustainability and risk analysis.
TFR led a SWOT analysis for the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung Regional Office Palestine & Jordan (RLS) and twelve of its Palestine office partners. The analysis was conducted through a two-day workshop per organization, analyzing their strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. In addition, the study report included a list of the needs per organization.
TFR team facilitated the strategic plan development for Shashat Women Cinema (2022-2024) and drafted the logical framework, M&E plan, an updated organization structure, a risk management and business continuity plan, and a detailed annual work plan with a budget for the three years.
The TFR team led an impact assessment and learning study of Oxfam five-year project, "Improving Palestinian small-scale producers' access to and power in high-value fruit, and small ruminant value chains." It assessed its performance, challenges, best practices, achievements, identified lessons learned, and the flexibility to adapt and respond to the changing environment across the selected value chains. Palestinian Agriculture Development Association, Rural Women's Development society, and Palestinian Livestock Development Society implemented the project.
The TFR team led the evaluation of an EU three-year funded project, "Youth as Human Rights Defenders", and implemented by the Palestinian Initiative for the Promotion of Global Dialogue and Democracy-MIFTAH. The project aim was to enhance the implementation of human rights instruments, mainly the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), in five Palestinian localities.
TFR, in partnership with RAI-Consult, evaluated the Taawon Foundation East Jerusalem program (2017-2020), amounting to USD 60 million, indicating successes, failures, comparison with other institutions operating in East Jerusalem, lessons learned, and recommendations for developing the future Foundation's interventions.
The team led the evaluation of a Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) three-year funded project, "safe Spaces for Women, youth and children in the Gaza Strip", amounting to 2'430'000 CHF and implemented by two local partners, "Culture and Free Thought Association (CFTA)" and the "Culture and Arts Association (NAWA)."
The team led the evaluation of an EU three-year funded project, "Yalla nshouf film!" amounting to 1,139,869 Euro and implemented by three local partners "Shashat Women Cinema" in partnership with the "Society of Women Graduates" and "Sunflower Association for the Protection of the Human Being and the Environment."
TFR team led the evaluation of an EU three-year funded project, "Promoting democratic culture through rural cultural tourism clusters," amounting to 1,139,880 euros. The project was implemented by the lead applicant Rozana Association for the Development of Architectural Heritage, in partnership with the Palestinian Youth Association for Leadership and Rights Activation (PYALARA), the Palestinian Working Woman Society for Development (PWWSD), and the Italian Planet Life Economy Foundation (PLEF).
The team led the evaluation of the Finland Local Cooperation portfolio (LFC) by identifying how Finland's support to Palestinian civil society has evolved over time, and the extent to which the support through the FLC has reinforced Finland's policy priorities and overall goal for cooperation in Palestine (strengthening state-building through strengthening the voice of the civil society, democratization and citizen participation; reducing poverty and inequality; addressing gender as a cross-cutting theme or priority).
TFR team supported a consortium of four Palestinian partners to establish a Baseline study on Cultural Rights, Available Cultural Resources and CBOs active in cultural rights at the local level in 5 Palestinian Governorates (West Bank and Gaza) for the EU funded project "Cultural Rights for Inclusive and Equitable Palestinian Development Process". The consortium is led by the Rozana Association for the Development of Architectural Heritage and have the Palestinian Vision (PalVision), Jerusalem Tourism Cluster (JTC), and Youth Without Borders Forum (YWBF) as members.
TFR team supported the A.M. Qattan Foundation in Ramallah in revisiting the logical framework of the second phase of the "Culture, Art, and Social Engagement project," developing the M&E framework, tools and baseline study, and training project staff on the use of these tools. A baseline data collection matrix and baseline study were finalized, including utilizing multiple data collection tools of questionnaires, interviews, and focus group discussions, and coaching the team in the whole process.
TFR team supported the "Creative Child: Bright Future" project team of the A.M. Qattan Foundation in Ramallah to revisit the logical framework, develop the M&E framework and tools, and train project staff to use these tools. In addition, the assignment included building up the baseline data collection matrix and coaching the staff in gathering the baseline data.
Evaluating the "Employment & Empowerment for Vulnerable Youth in West Bank & Gaza" funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development and implemented by the SOS Children's Villages Palestine.
Evaluating the "PACE- Partnership for new Approach to Early Childhood Education" project, implemented by RTM- Volontari nel Mondo Evaluation and funded by the Italian Cooperation. The project aims to support the Ministry of Education in implementing the new law, the Strategic Plan for the Education Sector 2017-2022, and the National Strategy for Early Childhood Development 2017-2022 about early childhood education services in the West Bank.