Evaluations list (Type: System evaluation)

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:

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...

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

IA-RTE Philippines of the Humanitarian Response to Typhoons Ketsana and Parma
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The IA-RTE provided a snap shot of the current situation including real-time feedback and learning to the UNCT and to the IASC locally. The main objectives will be to learn from the initial phase of the response and to identify lessons that need to be taken forward [...] 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...

Thematic study on the Paris Declaration, Aid Effectiveness and Development Effectiveness
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Prepare Evaluative Framework (Conceptual and Theoretical) for Second Phase of the Evaluation of Paris Declaration. The assignment focused on four central stages: Analysis of key concepts and causal relationships in the PD, including analysis of the evolution [...] Read more...

Inter-Agency Real Time Evaluation in Mozambique
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The need for an Inter-Agency Real-Time Evaluation (IA-RTE) was identified in the flooding disaster of Mozambique in early 2007 by the Regional Director’s Team members of RIACSO, the regional IASC forum, with strong support from the UNCT. As a result, it was [...] Read more...

Tsunami Evaluation Coalition: phases one and two

On the 26th of December 2004, nearly 230,000 people died or disappeared and two million lost their homes in Asia and Africa, as a result of the worst natural hazard in recent times. Simultaneously, the largest humanitarian operation in history was initiated: the first system-wide study of a humanitarian response to be conducted since development of the approach following the Rwandan genocide. Read more...