Emergency Response to the Earthquake of August 15, 2007 - Peru

Author(s)
Calderon Cockburn, J.
Language
English
Pages
32pp
Date published
01 Mar 2008
Type
After action & learning reviews
Keywords
Accountability and Participation, Accountability, Disasters, Earthquakes, Gender, Response and recovery
Countries
Peru
Organisations
CARE International

Rehabilitation phases is to obtain the information needed to carry out the evaluation and draw learnings from the implementation of CARE’s Emergency Program.
Specific objectives:
- Evaluating the relevance, efficiency and effectiveness of intervention.
- Measuring the level of integration of CARE’s program approaches and Relief: SPHERE standards, Accountability, Gender, Cross-Cultural Relations, and
Rights
The external evaluation has used various data collection techniques: review of documents, meetings with key staff, field visits to the three areas of intervention (Lima, Ica and Huancavelica), where direct observation of works/actions was used, interviews with municipal authorities, community leaders, CARE and other NGO staff (25 interviews), and focus groups. It has also used on-line interviews with INDECI officers and donors, a survey to CARE Peru staff via internet, and participation in CARE Peru’s Evaluation Workshop (AAR) held in Chincha.