Report for the Evaluation of the "Ke Moja, I'm fine without drugs" Programme


This report provides an evaluation of the Western Cape Department of Social Development’s (DSD) “Ke Moja, I’m fine without drugs” drug awareness programme which is located within the Substance Abuse Directorate. The Ke Moja programme was rolled out in primary and high schools by the service provider, The Future Factory, for the period of March 2008 to February 2009. It targets
young people between the ages of 10 to 18 years and its purpose is to inform young people on substance abuse and its harmful effects. It also focuses on healthy lifestyles and alternatives to drugs, educating them to become healthy and effective contributors
towards South African society. The objectives of this evaluation were to assess the Ke Moja project with respect to relevance, project management and systems, effectiveness, impact, sustainability and
project model and to recommend changes required to improve the implementation and outcomes of the programme.


Evaluation Number:
Report Approval:
Thursday, 01 October 2009
Thursday, 21 February 2013
Initiated By:
Western Cape Department of Social Development
Undertaken By:
C Chames, T Norushe, W Wessels - Southern Hemisphere
Evaluation Period:
June - October 2009
Evaluation Area:
National Outcome:
National Outcome 2: A long and healthy life for all South Africans.
Commissioned By:
Evaluation Type:
Evaluation Subject:
Geographic Scope:

Evaluation Documents

File Name
211 EQAT 20130322 rb_mb.pdf
Ke Moja final 7 October.pdf 211.pdf

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