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  • 2011-05-18 Publikation

    Evaluation of Sida's Humanitarian Assistance

    This case study forms an integral part of the overall Evaluation of Sida’s Humanitarian Assistance from 2005-2010. It focuses primarily on Sida’s funding, advocacy and policy work in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), analysing how this work is contributing towards meeting the 8 sub-goals of Sida’s Humanitarian Strategy, and attempting to learn lessons from this work to inform Sida’s future humanitarian ...

    Rachel Scott , Tasneem Mowjee

  • 2010-12-01 Publikation

    Evaluation of Sida’s Humanitarian Assistance

    Denna fallstudie framställdes som en del av utvärderingen av Sidas humanitära bistånd (2010:4). Den fokuserar på att bedöma Sidas finansiering och arbete i Indonesien och försök att dra lärdom av detta för att informera framtida humanitära strategin och programmering.

    Tasneem Mowjee , Jane Keylock

  • 2010-12-01 Publikation

    Evaluation of Sida’s Humanitarian Assistance

    Denna fallstudie framställdes som en del av utvärderingen av Sidas humanitära bistånd (2010:4). Den fokuserar på att bedöma Sidas finansiering och arbete i Kenya och försök att dra lärdom av detta för att informera framtida humanitära strategi och programmering.

    Tasneem Mowjee , Hannah Sweeney

  • 2011-05-17 Publikation

    Evaluation of Sida's Humanitarian Assistance

    The evaluation covers three funding channels for Sweden’s humanitarian assistance to Kenya – bilateral funding, the Emergency Response Fund (ERF) managed by the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) and the Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF). However, it is not intended as an assessment of the performance of specific funding instruments . It is instead an assessment of whether ...

    Tasneem Mowjee , Hannah Sweeney

  • 2010-12-01 Publikation

    Evaluation of Sida's Humanitarian Assistance

    Sida has channelled its humanitarian aid to Somalia either bilaterally or through the Humanitarian Response Fund (HRF) which was converted into a Common Humanitarian Fund (CHF) in June 2010. As of June 2010, Sida’s funding through these channels was about one-third of the level of its funding in 2009 but it may provide additional funding later in the year, as it did in 2009. The reduction in Sida’s ...

    Tasneem Mowjee , Hannah Sweeney

  • 2011-05-17 Publikation

    Evaluation of Sida's Humanitarian Assistance

    The evaluation covers three channels for Sweden’s humanitarian assistance to Indonesia – bilateral funding, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA)-managed Humanitarian Response Fund (HRF) and the Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) – but it is not intended as an assessment of the performance of specific funding instruments . It is instead an assessment of ...

    Tasneem Mowjee , Jane Keylock

  • 2016-02-23 Publikation

    Evaluation of Sida’s Humanitarian Assistance - Final Report

    Sida commissioned this evaluation to examine its implementation of the goals and perspective in its humanitarian strategy from 2011-2014, identifying what is working well and challenges. The evaluation concluded that Sida is a leading humanitarian donor, not only in terms of financial resources but also in implementing the Good Humanitarian Donorship principles and strengthening the humanitarian system. ...

    Tasneem Mowjee , Lydia Poole , Langdon Greenhalgh , Sarah Gharbi

  • 2011-05-04 Publikation

    Evaluation of Sida’s Humanitarian Assistance

    The purpose of this evaluation is to inform the revision of the Government’s strategy for Sida’s humanitarian assistance 2008-2010. It focuses on the implementation of the strategy, organisation and management, as well as mechanisms and channels for funding humanitarian assistance. The evaluation process was participatory so as to facilitate lessons learning and apply these to the revised humanitarian ...

    Tasneem Mowjee , Judith Randel