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Introduction to Evaluating Humanitarian Action

 
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<p><span style=Welcome to this e-learning course, Introduction to Evaluating Humanitarian Action, developed in partnership by ALNAP and UNICEF, in collaboration with EvalPartners and UNEG. 

Based on the ALNAP Pilot Guide on 'Evaluating Humanitarian Action', this e-learning is the first of its kind. This course offers an overview of evaluation practice in humanitarian contexts, and features concrete guidance, tips and insights from experienced practitioners. 

The course is composed of 10 units and it includes lectures (25 minutes on average), readings (40 pages on average) and tests (10 questions). After successfully finishing all 10 units, participants will receive a certificate of completion. 

Before proceeding, we encourage you to watch the following video which introduces the course and offers suggestions on how to make the most of it. 

Topic

1. Introducing EHA

2. Planning for utilisation

3. Evaluation design

4. Inception phase

5. Desk review

6. Engaging affected people

7. Field methods: Evaluation under constraints

8. Real-time evaluations

9. Humanitarian impact evaluations

10. Analysis, outputs, dissemination and take-u

 

For more information visit the Link

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Welcome to this e-learning course, Introduction to Evaluating Humanitarian Action, developed in partnership by ALNAP and UNICEF, in collaboration with EvalPartners and UNEG. 

Based on the ALNAP Pilot Guide on 'Evaluating Humanitarian Action', this e-learning is the first of its kind. This course offers an overview of evaluation practice in humanitarian contexts, and features concrete guidance, tips and insights from experienced practitioners. 

The course is composed of 10 units and it includes lectures (25 minutes on average), readings (40 pages on average) and tests (10 questions). After successfully finishing all 10 units, participants will receive a certificate of completion. 

Before proceeding, we encourage you to watch the following video which introduces the course and offers suggestions on how to make the most of it. 

Topic

1. Introducing EHA

2. Planning for utilisation

3. Evaluation design

4. Inception phase

5. Desk review

6. Engaging affected people

7. Field methods: Evaluation under constraints

8. Real-time evaluations

9. Humanitarian impact evaluations

10. Analysis, outputs, dissemination and take-u

 

For more information visit the Link

 

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