RTE of UNHCR’s response to the Syrian refugee emergency
EVAL

From slow boil to breaking point: A real-time evaluation of UNHCR’s response to the Syrian refugee emergency The evaluation was conducted in June 2013 and was led by a team of independent experts, including Ed Schenkenberg, Chief Executive of DARA, as NGO [...] Read more...

Mixed-method impact evaluation of food assistance to protracted Rohingya refugee populations of Bangladesh: 2002-2011
EVAL

The objective of the evaluation was to provide evidence and inspiration for future strategies to improve the contribution of food assistance to increased self-reliance and potentially to durable solutions for both refugees and host populations in protracted Rohingya [...] Read more...

Mixed Method Impact Evaluation The Contribution of Food Assistance to Durable Solutions in Protracted Refugee Situations: Its impact and role in Chad
EVAL

The objective of the evaluation was to provide evidence and inspiration for future strategies to improve the contribution of food assistance to increased self-reliance and potentially to durable solutions for both refugees and host populations in protracted refugee [...] Read more...

Inter-agency Real Time Evaluation (IA RTE) of the Humanitarian Response to the Floods in Pakistan
EVAL

This evaluation was listed by UNICEF as one of the best evaluations in recent years. The evaluation was commissioned by the Inter‐Agency Standing Committee (IASC), funded by OCHA and undertaken by a team of four evaluators between January and March 2011. [...] Read more...

Inter-Agency Real Time Evaluation of the Humanitarian response to Pakistan’s Displacement Crisis in 2009
EVAL

This evaluation was listed by UNICEF as one of the best evaluations in recent years. The Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) commissioned an inter-agency real-time evaluation to obtain real-time analysis and feedback to better focus and adjust on-going [...] Read more...