The SERVE Development Programme (SDP) 2016-2019 is SERVE’S priority programme of work. It is being implemented with four partners in South Africa, Mozambique and Zimbabwe, in association with the Irish Aid’s Civil Society Fund. The goal of the SDP is to reduce vulnerability and improve livelihood security for poor children, young people, women and men in targeted communities.
The SDP integrates
(1) Funding support to development programmes;
(2)Capacity development support to partners;
(3) Holistic training to youth;
(3) Volunteering placements; and
(4) Development Education and Public Engagement.
The SDP is being implemented with support from Irish Aid’s Civil Society’s Funding Scheme, Electric Aid, the Edmund Rice Trust, Lloyds TSB NI and other donors in Ireland and the UK.
As the SDP evolves SERVE will be providing reports and the results of the monitoring and evaluation work we are doing with our partners. Our Logic Model and Results Framework set out what we are trying to achieve and the indicators we are using to measure our progress. Read more below:
SERVE Mozambique Country Strategy 2016
Please look at these Presentations for more information about the SERVE Development Programme. Scroll through using the arrows (For presentation 2 and 3, Click on “Start Prezi”. After the page loads, use the arrows at the bottom of the window to scroll through the presentation)
SDP Priority Partners
Previous Development Programme reports:
- SERVE SDP Updated Results Framework 2016
- SERVE-Young Africa, Youth Needs Assessment Report, April 2016
- Case Study 1: From Dondo to John Deere (Mozambique)
- Case Study 2: From Street Trader to School (Mozambique)
- Case Study 3: Cooking up a Storm (Zimbabwe)
- Case Study 4: From High School Drop Out to Business Owner (Zimbabwe)
- SERVE SDP 2015 Annual Report
- SERVE Development Programme: External Evaluation (September 2015)
- Tapologo OVC Programme – Nutrition Trend Analysis
- KAP Survey 2015 Report_Final
- SERVE Development Programme Mid Term Review_Dec 2014
- KAP Survey Results Dec 2014_All Past Volunteers
- Tapologo Orphan & Vulnerable Children (TOVC) Nutrition Programme Trend Analysis Nov 2013 to June 2014
- SERVE Development Programme and the 2014 MDG Report
- SDP 2013 Narrative Report
- Irish Aid 2013 Annual Report (View pg. 43)
The SERVE Development Programme is SERVE’S priority programme of work. SERVE sends volunteers to work with our partner’s Young Africa in Beira Mozamabique and Tsholofelo in Rustenberg, South Africa.
Click below to learn more about the SDP partner countries where our volunteers work