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Evidence and Knowledge

This is the virtual meeting space on evidence and knowledge. You’ll find all the presentations, video clips, materials and recordings from the ALNAP gathering in Washington in March 2013.

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Download brief summaries and audio for presentations

Click on the session titles below to download short written summaries drawing out key ideas (usually two or three pages) for all presentations given at the 28th Annual Meeting on evidence and knowledge in humanitarian action. 

Podcasts of presentations, where recordings were made at the meeting, have been added to this section. 

5 March

Day 1
Session 1 

Evidence and Knowledge – the donor perspective

Understanding the situation: Obtaining evidence for needs assessment and monitoring #1

Knowing what worked: Building the evidential quality of evaluations #1

Day 1
Session 2
 

Local knowledge as evidence

Understanding the situation: Obtaining evidence in needs assessment and monitoring #2

Knowing what worked: Building the evidential quality of evaluations #2

 

6 March

Day 2
Session 3
 

Humanitarian Standards – an approach to getting evidence used in action?

Getting evidence used #2 – evaluation into action

Getting evidence used #1

Day 2
Session 4
 

Organisation-wide indicators – and approach to getting evidence used?

Establishing evidence of impact #1

Establishing evidence of impact #2

Don't miss: ALNAP Study Insufficient Evidence? The quality and use of evidence in humanitarian action (published in February 2014)

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