Final Independent Evaluation of the Emergency Nutrition, Health and WASH interventions for conflict-affected population in South Central Somalia

Author(s)
Klaassen, W.
Language
English
Pages
64pp
Date published
01 Sep 2011
Type
Evaluation reports
Keywords
Conflict, violence & peace, Remote Programming and Management, Food and nutrition, Nutrition, Health, Water and sanitation
Countries
Somalia, Somalia

ACF has been in Somalia since 1992, when it addressed the consequences of the large-scale famine of that time. With the increasing insecurity and violence in the country, the humanitarian space was subsequently reduced to Mogadishu and its surrounding areas. In 2003, a WASH and nutrition programme was initiated in Luuq (Gedo region) and a year later in Wajid (Bakool region). In 2007, ACF established a base in Galgaduud district. The purpose of the evaluation is for ACF to assess the extent to which the project has met with its operational objectives and to identify where areas of learning exist for the organisation. In addition, the evaluation assessed the characteristics of the Remote Control Management in place.