Evaluation of housing construction projects in Indonesia and Sri Lanka, from the Tsunami Special Plan of the Spanish Red Cross
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The evaluation sought to learn from the important operation of the Spanish Red Cross (SRC) in the December 2004 tsunami hit areas of Sri Lanka and Indonesia. The evaluation covered three projects of housing construction in Kalutara (Sri Lanka), Aceh Barat and [...] Read more...

Mid term Evaluation of Programme for Community and Economic Development for displaced populations to new settlements and for host communities in Galle and Kalutara districts, Sri Lanka
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This intervention is made up of 4 communities (spread out between the districts of Galle and Kalutara) where the Spanish Red Cross had already implemented projects of permanent accommodation for populations displaced by the tsunami. The direct beneficiaries (those [...] Read more...

Intermediate Evaluation of the Community Based First Aid Project, CFBA, with rural population from Aceh Barat, Indonesia
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The objective of the intervention in Indonesia is to improve the health of some 15,000 people in the sub-districts of Meurebo, Kaway XVI and Bubon. These are extremely vulnerable communities, affected by the tsunami and by years of armed conflict. Access to [...] Read more...

Intermediate Evaluation of the Project “Peace building in the Balkans through actions that contribute to the respect of ethnic and cultural diversity among youth and children of the Balkans region, Bosnia Herzegovina and Serbia.”
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Spanish Red Cross (SRC) supports peace-building and conflict resolution efforts in the Balkans. Focus of interventions is on respect for human rights, tolerance, peace-building and reconciliation. Interventions are designed from a multicultural perspective given [...] Read more...

Evaluation of Specific Rehabilitation and Reconstruction projects in the Special Tsunami Plan (PEM) framework
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DARA carried out an evaluation of five post-emergency projects implemented by the Spanish Red Cross in Indonesia and Sri Lanka. The five projects were namely: 1. Environmental clean-up in communities affected by the earthquake in the Galle and Kalutara districts [...] Read more...