UN Women Cameroon overall welcomes the findings, conclusions and recommendations highlighted by the final project evaluation which with five evaluation criteria (relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, coordination and capacity development) examined the achievement of three outcome areas of the project: 1) increased access to integrated GBV services, 2) crisis-affected women and vulnerable host community's increased income to meet their needs, and 3) gender mainstreaming in the humanitarian coordination system. While being a project final evaluation for accountability, in the context where the succeeding humanitarian project commenced, the exercise placed a strong emphasis on learning both among the UN Women staff and the implementing agencies throughout the process with wide participation of stakeholders at different stages, which led to a list of forward-looking recommendations. Some major recommendations, including those related to improvement in partner coordination, development of communication strategy, regional programming among others, have been already taken into account or being implemented in the succeeding project, relevant programming for the future, and/or in the preparation of the new Country Strategic Note 2018-2020. The evaluation revealed that apart from the intended effects, one of the greatest contribution of the project was an increase in social capital among project participants from different population groups within the refugee camp, as well as in the host communities, even though it was not systematically measured. UN Women Cameroon believes that this social cohesion aspect of the project intervention, linked to the Women, Peace and Security agenda is a key area that helps the crisis-affected communities to transition from humanitarian to early recovery and development phases. In view of the continuum of humanitarian response and development efforts, the recommendation on the needs for longer-term funding cannot be overemphasized. As a learning organization, UN Women Cameroon is committed to utilizing the accepted findings, conclusions and recommendations in its future actions, so long as they remain relevant to the country context.