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External evaluation of a Disasters Emergency Committee-funded response to the 2015 earthquakes, covering the transition from emergency response to recovery. Key sectors examined were livelihood recovery for vulnerable young women, WASH and shelter.
External, end-of-project evaluation reviewing a three-year project to strengthen food security and livelihoods in eastern Sudan, where a long-term trend of reducing rainfall has negatively impacted the ability of people to adequately feed themselves and derive a livelihood from the land. The project’s focus on supporting women has brought positive impacts both in terms of food security and economic stability for households.
End-of-programme evaluation to “assess the relevance, effectiveness, sustainability and localisation of Tearfund’s response, in order to inform future emergency responses”.
Internal evaluation of the first three-year phase of the DfID funded Building Resilience and Adaptation to Climate Extremes and Disasters (BRACED) project – an innovative community-focused resilience project with a strong emphasis on knowledge generation and empowerment.
Improving Access to Health, WATSAN Services, Education and Freedom from Violence in Cox’s Bazar. End-of-term evaluation of an 18-month emergency to development programme for unregistered refugees from Myanmar and host communities. This multisectoral evaluation reviewed progress achieved by international, national and government actors, providing evidence-based recommendations for scaling up in a planned next phase of work.
Evaluation of the Integrated Community-based Development Programme (2017). Mid-term evaluation of a two-year “bridging phase” project in support of 54 communities affected by the Boko Haram insurgency in northeast Nigeria. The main focus of this project was community development.
End-of-programme independent evaluation of a four-year programme of integrated activities that sought to raise awareness and build household, community and institutional capacities to future climate-related disasters. Findings were based on extensive qualitative and quantitative (using Magpi) data.
End-of-project evaluation which focused on a combination of institutional arrangements (government, international and national partnerships) in addition to integrated response support to WASH, livelihoods, temporary shelter and psychosocial support for people affected by the 2015 earthquakes. Cash-based programming was an innovative part of this response.
Research and development of a disaster risk reduction policy and guidance notes, including steps for integrating disaster risk reduction/climate change adaptation in sectoral programmes.
Final evaluation* of the Enhancing Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Resilience in Bangladesh project. Impact evaluation covering four districts in southwest and northeast Bangladesh. More than 450 household surveys conducted with over 130 additional stakeholder interviews.
End-of-project evaluation to access project achievements. Findings from this highly successful initiative have been used to influence a new extension to other communities and inform local and national advocacy on water rights and climate justice. Findings were based on interviews with more than 400 households, and
consultations with project partners and government institutions.
Mid-term review of DfID’s flagship Building Resilience and Adaptation to Climate Extremes and Disasters (BRACED) project. Lead consultant for this review, focusing on communities facing a range of hazards in three ecological areas, assessing impacts and progress after 18 months of implementation. The review focused on a combination of analyses concerning specific project activities as well as institutional effectiveness. Successful initiatives were celebrated and corrective actions identified allowing recommendations for project and budgetary revisions to be made at this mid-point stage of implementation.