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Evaluation of Humanitarian Response to Floods in the San Julian Municipality, Santa Cruz, Bolivia


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Resource type:Evaluation reports
Keywords:Capacity development, Disasters, Evaluation-related, Floods & landslides, Local capacity, Water and sanitation
Author(s):Salamanca, L.
Date published:1 September 2006

The response to floods in the San Julian Municipality, Santa Cruz, Bolivia, helped 3,359 people over six months in 2006. Nine hundred families improved their access to safe water and adequate sanitation in their communities, according to Sphere standards. A further nine hundred families reduced their dependency on food distribution through agricultural technical support and seed distribution. Seventeen communities and one municipality improved local capacities in disaster preparedness for future emergencies. The purpose of the final evaluation was to assess the quality of the project implementation, based on the variables defined in the Terms of Reference.

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