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02 Mar 2012 description
report DARA
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New DARA Research on Humanitarian Aid from Donor Governments Finds Limited Progress; Systemic Issues Persist in Providing Effective Aid – Lives Lost That Could Have Been Saved

Humanitarian Response Index Identifies Persistent Systemic Issues: Lack of Prevention-Oriented Strategies; Insufficient Accountability; Slow Progress in De-Politicization of Aid

06 Jan 2012 description
report DARA

1 ‐ Executive Summary

Executive Summary:

This is the report of the Real Time Evaluation of the International Humanitarian Community’s response to the 2010 Floods in Pakistan. The evaluation was commissioned by the Inter‐Agency Standing Committee (IASC), funded by OCHA and undertaken by a team of four evaluators between January and March 2011. The team visited Pakistan two times.

19 Dec 2011 description
report DARA

The report indicates that donors should more generously support disaster preparedness and early recovery, as well as help Pakistani NGOs access funds and play a bigger role in crisis response.

The team interviewed humanitarian organizations and donor agencies, and collected 121 questionnaires on donor performance (including 96 OECD/DAC donors).

11 Oct 2011 description

The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has published a video on the Real-Time Evaluation of the humanitarian response to the 2010 Pakistan floods carried out by DARA, featuring Riccardo Polastro, Head of Evaluations at DARA. The video underlines the key challenges the humanitarian response faced in Pakistan.

Watch the video

08 Jul 2011 description
report DARA

The President

Diego Hidalgo

New dimensions of DARA

08 Apr 2011 description

Executive Summary:

This is the report of the Real Time Evaluation of the International Humanitarian Community’s response to the 2010 Floods in Pakistan. The evaluation was commissioned by the Inter‐Agency Standing Committee (IASC), funded by OCHA and undertaken by a team of four evaluators between January and March 2011. The team visited Pakistan two times.