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Final Independent Evaluation of the humanitarian support to conflict and flood-affected populations in Pakistan


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Resource type:Evaluation reports
Keywords:Disasters, Floods & landslides, Food and nutrition, Livelihoods, Water and sanitation
Countries:Pakistan, Pakistan, Pakistan
Agency:ACF - Action Against Hunger, ACF - Action Against Hunger, ACF - Action Against Hunger
Author(s):Ahmed, L., Malik, Z. and Nawab, B.
Date published:September 2012
Publisher:Action Against Hunger

Large-scale displacement occurred in Pakistan in August and September 2010 after the worst flooding that hit the country, forcing over 7 million people to leave their homes. With support from ECHO, ACF provided safe drinking water, proper hygiene and sanitation facilities to 10,925 flood and conflict-affected households and food security and livelihoods support to 5,000 households. The objective of this evaluation was to assess the impact and approach of ACF’s project activities in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and to provide recommendations for future programming. This study focused on the following areas: Project Design; Beneficiary Targeting; Project Implementation; Support Systems; Project Sustainability; FSL Surveillance; Project Monitoring and Livelihoods Recovery Committees (LRC). The Evaluation was done based on DAC criteria: Impact, Sustainability, Coherence, Coverage, Relevance/Appropriateness, Effectiveness and Efficiency to gauge the success of the project.

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