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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

22 September: EHA Method note 4: Causation in evaluation - request for inputs and examples

Hi Jessica, Interested to read about this. I think that right now, we take a fairly cavalier approach to evaluating impact, either relying on half cooked methodologies, or saying "well, we operate in such volatile conditions, and within such a short timeframe, that there is ...

19 September: Webinar on the new United Nations Evaluation Group (UNEG) Guidance - Integrating Human Rights and Gender Equality in Evaluation on 26 Sept.

Dear humanitarian evaluation CoP, I am forwarding below the message from Marco Segone (EvalPartners and UN Women) informing about the upcoming webinar on the topic of ‘Integrating Human Rights and Gender Equality in Evaluation’ on 26th September 2014 /10:00 to 11:30 AM (EST) <...

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

Dear EHA CoP members - The final EHA method note in this series on the quality of evidence in humanitarian evaluation will explore the issue of causation. Establishing the relationship between cause and effect is especially challenging in humanitarian situations becaus...

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