Evaluating International Humanitarian Action

Reflections from Practitioners

Adrian Wood, Raymond Apthorpe, and John Borton

Evaluating International Humanitarian Action

Adrian Wood, Raymond Apthorpe, and John Borton

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256 pages | 5.4375 x 8.5
Paper $42.95 ISBN: 9781856499767 Published August 2001 For sale in North and South America only
Contents
1. Introduction - The Editors
2. Somalia: towards evaluating Netherlands humanitarian assistance - Phil O'Keefe, Ted Kliest, John Kirkby and Wiert Flikkema
3. Exploring the Swedish emergency relief experience in the Horn of Africa - Adrian Wood
4. Evaluating Sida's complex emergency assistance in Cambodia: conflicting perceptions - Claes Lindahl
5. Doing study 3 of the Joint Evaluation of Emergency Assistance to Rwanda: the team leader's perspective - John Borton
6. Mission possible: six years of emergency food aid in West Africa; policy not operations, as the credibly evaluable issue - Raymond Apthorpe
7. Review of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies' Tajikistan programme - Peter Wiles
8. A self evaluation of experience reviewing Australia's official assistance in response to the 1997 - 1998 Papua New Guinea drought - David A M Lea
9. An experimental and inclusive approach to evaluation as a lesson-learning tool: the URD Groupe work on the post Hurricane Mitch emergency - François Grunewald, Claire Pirotte and Véronique de Geoffroy
10. UNICEF/DFID joint evaluation of UNICEF's Kosovo emergency preparedness and response - John Telford
11. Conclusions - The Editors
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