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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 April: Collecting data for humanitarian evaluations using internet surveys

The people involved in humanitarian responses are highly mobile and often only participate for a short period, especially in acute emergencies. This was one of the challenges we faced when undertaking an evaluation of the Global Logistics Cluster. Finding humanitarian worker...

22 April: Discussing accuracy in humanitarian evaluations – Round-up for final comment

Improving Accuracy in Humanitarian Evaluations In order to make informed program decisions, evaluators must ensure that the data collected is as accurate as possible. The recent ALNAP Study Insufficient Evidence defines accuracy as: “whether the evidence is a good reflection ...

16 April: Evaluations that make a difference: Story Submissions Extended until May 5, 2014

Have you participated in a great evaluation? Have you been involved in an evaluation that influenced people’s lives and/or led to social betterment?* - You now have until *May 5, 2014* to submit your story, for a chance to have your evaluation profiled and published in an inte...

You can join the conversation or ask a new question by visiting the Humanitarian Evaluation Community of Practice or
e-mailing humanitarian-evaluation@partnerplatform.org

 

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