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What Evidence is Available and What is Required, in Humanitarian Assistance?

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Resource type:Research, reports and studies
Language:English
Keywords:Accountability, Accountability and Participation, Evaluation-related, Monitoring, Organisational
Agency:3iE - International Initiative for Impact Evaluation
Author(s):Clarke, M. et al.
Date published:December 2014
Pages:100pp

This scoping paper provides an independent analysis of the evidence base of evaluations
in humanitarian assistance and identifies key gaps and priorities in need of rigorous
evidence. It is part of background scoping research and consultation undertaken to
assess the scope and methods for impact evaluation in the humanitarian sector. The
working paper, What methods may be used in impact evaluations of humanitarian
assistance? examines the extent to which impact evaluation methods can provide
evidence to help improve the effectiveness and efficiency in humanitarian action.

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