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  1. Evaluation of Humanitarian Action

    Event
    Workshop
    9th June, 2015 to 11th June, 2015
    France
    Paid

    GRM International is delighted to invite you to join us for a 3 day training workshop from 9 to 11 June 2015 on Evaluation Of Humanitarian Action, facilitated by facilitated by highly experienced evaluators and trainers, Margie Buchanan Smith and John Cosgrave, who co-authored the Active Learning Network for Accountability and Performance in Humanitarian Action guide. The training workshop will be held at Hotel Chateau de Coudree, Sciez-sur-Leman, France, only 30km from Geneva.

  2. What methods may be used in impact evaluations of humanitarian assistance?

    Resource
    Discussion paper
    2015

    This 3ie working paper examines the extend to which impact evaluation methods can provide evidence to help improve the effectiveness and efficiency in humanitarian action.

  3. Evaluation of Humanitarian Action: A new page

    ALNAP is delighted to launch the ‘Evaluation of Humanitarian Action’ theme page in partnership with BetterEvaluation. We hope that this page will serve as a useful directory for evaluators and commissioners alike who are looking for guidance and help with navigating the choppy waters of Evaluation of Humanitarian Action (EHA). We welcome you to explore!

  4. Evaluating Humanitarian Action Using the OECD-DAC Criteria

    Resource
    Guide
    2006

    This guide provides practical support on how to use the OECD Development Assistance Committee (OECD/DAC) criteria in evaluation of humanitarian action (EHA). It offers clear definitions for the OECD DAC criteria with explanations, issues to consider, and examples of good practice.

  5. Joint After-Action Review of our Humanitarian Response to the Tsunami Crisis

    Resource
    Example

    This paper outlines the findings from the Joint After Action Review conducted to evaluate the response to the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. Four organisations participated in the review with a goal of improving their joint performance during humanitarian crises.   

  6. Evaluation of Humanitarian Action Guide

    Resource
    Guide
    2019

    This comprehensive guide covers all steps of the evaluation process while providing real-life examples, practical tips, definitions and step-by-step advice. This guide is available in English, Français and Espagnol.

  7. ALNAP Guide: Evaluation of Protection in Humanitarian Action

    Resource
    Guide
    2019

    This companion to the ALNAP EHA Guide offers protection-specific insights for evaluations and evaluation commissioners across the humanitarian sector. Challenges addressed include those arising from the multi-faceted nature of protection activities, the difficulty of understanding cause-effect relationships underlying protection risks, and the challenges of accessing and managing very sensitive data.

  8. Real-time Evaluations of Humanitarian Action- an ALNAP Guide. Pilot version.

    Resource
    Guide
    2019

    This guide helps evaluation managers to commission and oversee, and team leaders to conduct, Real-time evaluations (RTEs) of humanitarian operational responses. A RTE is a rapid participatory exercise carried out during the early stages of a humanitarian response. RTEs differ from other forms of evaluation because its products are intended to be used in real-time.

  9. On the Right Track? A brief review of monitoring and evaluation in the humanitarian sector.

    Resource
    Discussion paper
    2013

    In this review, Action Against Hunger (ACF) looks at responses from 15 agencies on their intentions for evaluation and the data that they are collecting.  

  10. Evaluating Humanitarian Action

    Humanitarian action is any activity taken with the objective of saving lives, alleviating suffering, and maintaining human dignity during and after human-induced crises and disasters resulting from natural hazards. Humanitarian action also includes prevention and preparation for these.  Humanitarian action includes both the provision of assistance (such as food, healthcare and shelter) and the protection of crisis-affected populations from violations of their rights (as defined by human rights law, international humanitarian law, and refugee law, see ALNAP, 2016).