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Re-thinking the Impact of Humanitarian Aid: Background Paper for the 24th ALNAP Biannual

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Resource type:Research, reports and studies
Language:English
Keywords:Evaluation-related, Impact assessment, System-wide performance
Agency:ALNAP
Date published:December 2008
Pages:21pp

The aim of this paper is to provide an overview of current debates concerning impact
assessments and to help clarify key issues around their application and utilisation in
humanitarian aid.


Our intention is to frame these issues so as to support discussion and debate at the
forthcoming 24th ALNAP Biannual in Berlin.


It is hoped that the discussions at the Biannual, and subsequent work, will enable the ALNAP
membership and the wider humanitarian community to develop a shared understanding of the
limits and possibilities of humanitarian impact assessment, and to use this understanding to
outline a practical vision for future work in this area.

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