IASC Evaluation of humanitarian interventions in South and Central Somalia from 2005-2010
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This ex-post evaluation has been managed by the UN’s Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) supported by Danish Refugee Council on behalf of the IASC and funded by Danida, DFID, SDC, and SIDA. The Inter Agency Standing Committee (IASC) [...] Read more...

Joint Follow-up Evaluation of the TEC-LRRD Evaluation (LRRD 2)
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The TEC evaluation had five parts and four parts concentrated largely on process issues – coordination, need assessment, capacity-building and funding – while the LRRD part looked at outcome issues as well: what were the consequences of successful and unsuccessful [...] Read more...

Review of the Donors Response Synthesis to the Tsunami
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The TEC was created as an initiative to promote a comprehensive cross sector approach to evaluate the relief, reconstruction, and development aspects of the response to the Tsunami. The purpose of the TEC is to set up mechanisms and procedures to establish a coordinated [...] Read more...

Assessment of the international community’s funding of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement in response to the Tsunami
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In evaluating the International Community’s funding of the tsunami relief and recovery operation, assessing the funds channelled by the Red Cross Red Crescent movement was key. Coming from both private and governmental sources, these represent close to a third [...] Read more...