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7 DKH DRR Evaluation Guidelines

jeudi 2 août 2018, par webmaster

These guidelines outline types of evaluation methodologies that can be conducted to evaluate DRR projects and programmes. This guide can either be used to assist you in developing a terms of reference (TOR) for a DRR project evaluation, or to help plan your own (partner) internal project evaluation. The evaluation components described below can either be used individually or several can be combined and used within one evaluation. The type of DRR evaluation to be conducted, and components are selected according to what the evaluation needs to inform, either :
• Planning of further DRR project
• DRR strategy development
• DRR communications, advocacy or publications
• Institutional DRR programme management knowledge, skills and procedures

Evaluation Approach Considerations
Many DRR project evaluations use a variety of data collection methods. A more participatory approach would include : literature review, preparatory site visit, use of semi-structured and structured questionnaires, structured and informal discussions, field observation, group discussions including workshops, informal conversations with stakeholders, and feedback sessions with local partners and project steering committees. In participatory projects it is crucial that communities are involved in evaluation and are empowered to make appropriate decisions about future activities as a result.