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Emergency Response to the Earthquake of August 15, 2007 - Peru


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Resource type:After action & learning reviews
Keywords:Accountability, Accountability and Participation, Disasters, Earthquakes, Gender, Response and recovery
Agency:CARE International
Author(s):Calderon Cockburn, J.
Date published:March 2008

Rehabilitation phases is to obtain the information needed to carry out the evaluation and draw learnings from the implementation of CARE’s Emergency Program.
Specific objectives:
- Evaluating the relevance, efficiency and effectiveness of intervention.
- Measuring the level of integration of CARE’s program approaches and Relief: SPHERE standards, Accountability, Gender, Cross-Cultural Relations, and
The external evaluation has used various data collection techniques: review of documents, meetings with key staff, field visits to the three areas of intervention (Lima, Ica and Huancavelica), where direct observation of works/actions was used, interviews with municipal authorities, community leaders, CARE and other NGO staff (25 interviews), and focus groups. It has also used on-line interviews with INDECI officers and donors, a survey to CARE Peru staff via internet, and participation in CARE Peru’s Evaluation Workshop (AAR) held in Chincha.


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