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Joint Humanitarian Evaluations: Opportunities and Challenges

Joint Humanitarian Evaluations: Opportunities and Challenges

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How do we measure the success of a food distribution months after it has been conducted, or what good has been done from setting up hygiene promotion programs after a flood? Expert panellists will examine approaches for tackling the unique challenges of evaluating the impact of humanitarian programs and what is done with the results once collected. International experts will also discuss the opportunities and challenges of multi-agency evaluations.
How do we measure the success of a food distribution months after it has been conducted, or what good has been done from setting up hygiene promotion programs after a flood? Expert panellists will examine approaches for tackling the unique challenges of evaluating the impact of humanitarian programs and what is done with the results once collected. International experts will also discuss the opportunities and challenges of multi-agency evaluations.

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Joint Humanitarian Evaluations:Opportunities and Challenges
Scott GreenUnited Nations Office for the Co-ordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)
 
Drivers for Joint HumanitarianEvaluations
 ALNAP research finds joint evaluations to be of higher quality than singleagency.
Delivering As One Report:
Stresses importance of closer partnerships between the United Nations andNGOs
Identifies need for more accountability to both affected people and donors
Evaluation defined as a major driver for building system-wide coherence.
Panel calls for humanitarian system getting more adept at using jointevaluations; or regular independent assessments of the performance of thehumanitarian system in responding to humanitarian emergencies
Humanitarian system becoming more adept at commissioning and using joint evaluations; OCHA playing a key role in moving the process forward.
 
IASC Real-Time Evaluations
 Approach initially piloted (2007
 –
2009) in Pakistan, Mozambique andMyanmar.
2009 IASC Review endorses approach for scale up and regularimplementation across the system
 Approach now routinely implemented across all major humanitarian crisesthrough use of an automatic trigger mechanism: applies in cases whereaffected population exceeds 1 million and appeal exceeds US$50 million.
OCHA serves as lead managing agent; IASC RTEs are jointly funded bymember agencies.

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