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Joint Evaluation of Yogyakarta Earthquake Response

114-page joint evaluation from CARE, Catholic Relief Services, Save the Children (SC), and World Vision Indonesia (WVI) on their separate responses to the Yogyakarta earthquake. Although the agencies worked independently of each other, it was felt that a joint evaluation (JE) of the response would demonstrate greater accountability and the results would be taken more seriously. The objectives of the JE were to assess individual agencies on: • The impacts of their responses and identify promising practices and indicators on impact measurement. • The appropriateness of agency responses.• Whether the responses had helped the recovery of people and communities. • The level of agency accountability to local people. • Organisational preparedness to respond to emergencies Read More...

Myanmar progress kayah midterm 07

Overall Objective: To improve the livelihood security of poor and marginalized Internally Displaced ... Read More...

DIPECHO Samadhan Final Evaluation

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DECABI Desarrollo de Capacidades Binacionales para la Reducción de Riesgos de Desastres: Tumbes – El Oro Evaluación

El objetivo principal del Proyecto fue reducir los riesgos a múltiples desastres que enfrentan las c... Read More...

Integrated Community Disaster Risk Management Project (ICDR) Baseline Report

to reduce the negative impacts of disasters in Tajikistan by better preparing the vulnerable populat... Read More...

Proyecto DECABI

El proyecto DECABI ha sido ejecutado entre los meses de marzo 2006 y mayo 2007, en la región fronter... Read More...

Final evaluation on farta child survival project

CARE Ethiopia in partnership with the government implementing partners implemented the UNOCHA funded... Read More...

Lka – final evaluation tsunami (trincomalee and batticaloa) (may 07)

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Lka – tsunami batti trinco – final may 07

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Care humanitarian response – eval use full report 03-07

This study reviews CARE International’s evaluations of emergency response over the past five years a... Read More...

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