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Evaluating Humanitarian Action


Evaluation of Humanitarian Action:
An ALNAP Guide
Evaluation de l'Action Humanitaire:
Guide pilote

Evaluación de la Acción 
Humanitaria: Guía piloto

The Evaluating Humanitarian Action Guide supports evaluation specialists and non-specialists in every stage of an evaluation, from initial decision to final dissemination.

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Latest discussions from the Humanitarian Evaluation Community of Practice

30 September: Child-centred / participatory evaluation - any guidance/good practice to share?

Save the Children is starting planning for its evaluation of humanitarian action in the Philippines of the Haiyan response to be conducted in January/February. We are keen to design and carry out an evaluation that is as child-centred as possible, and one that incorporates meaningful ways...

26 September: Consultancy Opportunity: statistics/quantitative research expert to support Christian Aid's Large and Complex Programmes Team (on-going, 5-10 days per year)

Christian Aid’s Large and Complex Programmes Team is continually looking to improve the way we monitor, evaluate and report on our multi-country donor programmes in the light of increasingly demanding donor requirements and limited resources to deliver them. We are currently planning to re...

23 September: EHA Method note 4: Causation in evaluation – request for inputs and examples

British Red Cross employs controls between intervention sites and within sites, though mainly (only?) for longer term activities. The principles are the same for response and recovery, with only speed being the difference (and we work in hostile environments in longer term programmes so th...

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