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Humanitarian Needs Evaluation for Victims of the Nagorno-Karabachi Conflict
About this resource
|Resource type:||Evaluation reports|
|Keywords:||Capacity development, Community-led, Conflict, violence & peace, Livelihoods, Protection, human rights & security, Refugees/IDPs|
|Agency:||USAID - United States Agency for International Development|
|Author(s):||Lattu, K. Garner, D. and Culkin, D.
|Start date:||18 January 1998|
|Completion date:||30 January 1998|
A three person team of independent consultants spent two weeks in the Caucasus,
traveling to Armenia, the Nagorno-Karabakh region, henceforth referred to only as
"Nagorno Karabakh", and the rest of Azerbaijan. The team consisted of a public health
specialist, a regional specialist, and a development planner.1 Following briefings from
USAID and State Department officials, the team departed Washington on the 16th of
January, arriving in Yerevan on the evening of the 17th. The team returned to the United
States on the 31st of January.
The two weeks spent in the Caucasus were allocated as follows:
January 17th to the 20th in Yerevan, Armenia;
January 21 to 26 in Nagorno-Karabakh ;
January 26 to 31 in Azerbaijan.
The team’s mission was to carry out an evaluation of the humanitarian assistance
needs for refugees, displaced persons, and needy civilians affected by the Nagorno-
Karabakh conflict. A full copy of the team’s Scope of Work is attached in an Annex.