Contribution to Change: An approach to evaluating the role of intervention in disaster recovery

Roger Few, Daniel McAvoy, Marcela Tarazona Vivien Margaret Walden
Content Type
Oxfam Publishing
Evaluating the effectiveness of post-disaster interventions is an important but challenging task. Practitioners and donors alike have a shared interest in being able to assess the outcomes and impact of projects and donated funds for recovery, rehabilitation, and reconstruction. However, there has been wide acknowledgement of the difficulties in assessing the benefits of interventions, and there is a need for guidance to assist agencies in undertaking evaluations that are robust but affordable.
Foreign Policy, Health, Humanitarian Aid, Natural Disasters, Foreign Aid