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Haiti Earthquake Response: Mapping and analysis of gaps and duplications in evaluations


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Resource type:After action & learning reviews
Keywords:Disasters, Evaluation-related, Urban
Author(s):Haver, K.
Date published:February 2011


The Haiti earthquake humanitarian response has generated a sizeable evaluative effort, not unlike that following the Indian Ocean tsunami of December 2004. To try to make this effort more joined up, coherent, and less of a burden on operational agencies and local communities – while also providing good coverage and maximizing learning and accountability – ALNAP has worked with the OECD-DAC Evaluation Network, the UN Evaluation Group and others to bring together the key actors involved in evaluation.

The present report is part of a planned sequence of products, representing three stages of learning: learning before, learning during and learning after.

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