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The report evaluated the Korean emergency response system and outcomes mainly in terms of the lessons learned from the Haiti earthquake response by dividing analysis into 3 categories systems, preparedness and response.
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The ICAI report found that the Department for International Development (DFID) played a leading role in the humanitarian response, supporting some of the most vulnerable people in Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia. DFID applied pressure to governments and other donors to act and its programmes in the field demonstrated good impact and value for money.
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This report provides the results of an assessment of the impacts of Tuungane, a major UK government funded Community Driven Reconstruction Program in Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
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German humanitarian aid abroad offers multifaceted, successful and exemplary approaches in humanitarian crises and transition situations. At the same time the evaluation also points out that there is potential to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of German humanitarian work.
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This evaluation examines Danish development co-operation in and around Somalia from 2006 to 2010. It looks at organisational effectiveness to improve future performance.
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This is the report of the Inter-Agency Standing Committee Evaluation of the Humanitarian Response to South Central Somalia from 2005 to 2010.
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The SHO-funded activities implemented in Haiti in 2010 are mainly emergency relief, but a sizeable part has also focused on early recovery, rehabilitation and reconstruction.
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This quick guide distils key findings and emerging lessons from a selection of available evaluations of the response to Haiti’s earthquake in January 2010.
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SDC assessed its response in crisis situations. The evaluation considered the Emergency Relief and covered the different results of bilateral and multilateral projects, programmes, contributions financed or co-financed by SDC’s funds.
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The Civil Peace Service contributes to long-term peace by developing structures that promote peace, prevent conflicts and strengthen peaceful resolution. The evaluation finds CPS is a valuable instrument, but its management, profile and operations need to be strengthene