Evaluation Pakistan 2014
ECHO funded Alliance2015 project: "Humanitarian Assistance to disaster affected vulnerable populations in Pakistan"
Pakistan has been hit by numerous flood disasters in recent years and in parts of the country by conflict creating destruction, displacement and humanitarian need.
Alliance2015 has been responding to those needs over a number of years and in March 2013 started its sixth joint project with the European Community Humanitarian Office (ECHO) funding entitled “Humanitarian Assistance to disaster affected vulnerable populations in Pakistan, supporting the early recovery needs of communities affected by floods and to assist Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and their host communities affected by conflict. With Welthungerhilfe (WHH) as the lead agency the project has the overall aim “to provide humanitarian assistance to disaster affected populations in order to support them in addressing their prioritised needs”.
The evaluation itself was carried out by two consultants, one lead, international consultant and one national consultant spending 57 contract days on the assignment with the overall purpose to evaluate the project with a focus on the quality, appropriateness, timeliness, efficiency, effectiveness and sustainability of the interventions carried out.
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