Evaluations list (Type: Impact)

The scale and breadth of DARA’s field research and evaluation work gives the organisation an unparalleled overview of what works well and what does not in aid – based on direct experience and evidence from the field:

DARA’s Mixed Methods Approach to Evaluations

DARA was commissioned by World Food Programme (WFP) and the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) to undertake two impact evaluations of food assistance in both Chad and Bangladesh in April 2012. The assignment was part of a four impact evaluation series, which aims to inform [...] Read more...

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

Impact Evaluation of World Food Programme’s School Feeding Programme in Cambodia 2000-2010
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The impact evaluation of the national school feeding programme in Cambodia is commissioned by the World Food Programme. The programme is designed to benefit more than half a million of children in Cambodia’s most vulnerable areas. Through the school feeding [...] Read more...

Evaluation of People In Aid’s impact and effectiveness 2007
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People In Aid is an international and global network of development and humanitarian assistance agencies. In 2007 the People In Aid network was counting with 112 members. In 2007, People In Aid commissioned DARA to evaluate its performance during that year. [...] Read more...