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Evaluation of Humanitarian Action - Course Reference Manual

Evaluation of Humanitarian Action - Course Reference Manual

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Many parts of the humanitarian system have used RTEs over the last five years. A
list of the better known RTEs is as follows:
The Inter-Agency Standing Committee piloting of three inter-agency RTEs
in Mozambique and Pakistan has led to some key lessons, both for ongoing
humanitarian reform processes, and for improving RTE quality.
UNHCR have worked with RTE-like mechanisms since 1992, in 10 countries.
They continue to use and promote RTEs, for example a 2007 five-country
review of the cluster approach and IDPs, as well as making available
guidance material which has proved invaluable for other agencies piloting
RTEs.

UNICEF has played an important role in bringing different actors together
around RTEs, generating discussion and debate, reviewing past experience,
and pushing for clarity on the minimum requirements for an RTE.

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WFP has commissioned two RTEs – in Southern Africa and Asia, as well as
promoted lesson learning.
FAO has carried out RTEs related to assessment of avian influenza and
tsunami programming.
ECHO has commissioned RTEs in the food aid and health sectors, and has
experimented with longer-term approaches.
IFRC has commissioned RTEs in Southern Africa and Asia.
OXFAM has started the process of institutionalising RTEs as a part of their
response framework, with five RTEs completed and rich comparative
experiences.
CARE International has carried out RTEs in Darfur and Iraq.
HAP has carried out RTEs as part of the process of piloting Humanitarian
Accountability Frameworks.
The Groupe URD Iterative Evaluation Process with Mini-Seminar, while not
termed an RTE, uses a similar methodology.
The UK‟s Disasters Emergency Committee has used monitoring missions
which have much in common with RTEs.

REFERENCES AND RESOURCES

Jamal, A., & Crisp, J. (2002). Real-time humanitarian evaluations: some frequently
asked questions (EPAU /2002/05). Geneva: United Nations High
Commissioner for Refugees, Evaluation and Policy Unit. URL:
http://www.unhcr.org/research/RESEARCH/3ce372204.pdf

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