In 2021, SUPA71 conducted a mid-term evaluation (MTE) for Winrock International (WI)/ Attaining Lasting Change for Better Enforcement of Labor and Criminal Law to Address Child Labour, Forced Labor and Human Trafficking (ATLAS) Project. According to project objectives, this mid-term evaluation (MTE) was designed to assess the project strategy and its success in Thailand. This evaluation was focused on the nine-step DMOP (Differentiated Model of Practice ) process and reviewed the effectiveness, relevance, and efficiency of the project strategy and, to the extent possible, the impact of activities and prospects of sustainability. This assessment also captured the strengths and weaknesses of the strategy, current emerging best practices, and lessons learned. Results of the evaluation should lead to actionable and realistic recommendations for Winrock and/or USDOL in implementing this strategy in the future.
In this regard, SUPA71 would like to thank all respondents from 1) government stakeholders, who are decision-makers and general government stakeholders working on CL, FL, and HT; 2) Civil Society Organization (CSO) staff to providing valuable inputs for this evaluation.