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SOMRIDDHI: ‘SIDR’ - Affected Community Led Action for Livelihood Restoration and Disaster Risk Reduction

Final Evaluation Report – June, 2011 Implemented by Catholic Relief Services and Caritas Bangladesh, Funded by USAID

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Resource type:Evaluation reports
Language:English
Keywords:Cyclone, Disaster preparedness, Disaster preparedness, resilience and risk reduction, Disaster risk reduction, Disasters, Floods & landslides, Livelihoods
Countries:Bangladesh
Agency:Caritas Internationalis, CRS - Catholic Relief Services, USAID - United States Agency for International Development
Author(s):Chakraborty, S and Obrist, P.
Date published:June 2011
Pages:40pp.

The objectives of the Somriddhi Project were that cyclone SIDR-affected households earn income during the lean seasons and that cyclone-affected communities were better prepared for future disasters. Somriddhi included asset vouchers, livestock care trainings, cash-for-work activities to rebuild damaged infrastructure, and a range of household and community preparedness activities. The project included community-based monitoring and strong beneficiary accountability. The project was evaluated for its appropriateness, effectiveness, efficiency, impact, and sustainability.

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