Evaluations and Reports

External and internal evaluations/reviews are periodically conducted by OCHA to assess the effectiveness and relevance of OCHA-managed Country-based Pooled Funds. These evaluations are undertaken by experts in the interest of promoting transparency, accountability, good practice and learning. Global evaluations are conducted every three years.

All evaluations include a formal management response plan to thoroughly address findings and recommendations. Evaluations in OCHA may be externally or internally mandated by the United Nations General Assembly, the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC), or the Emergency Relief Coordinator and Under Secretary General to Humanitarian Affairs, as well as at the request of the Humanitarian Coordinator or the Humanitarian Country Team according to country-specific management needs.

 
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2013
OCHA-Specific Inter-Agency
Lessons Learned Review: Preparedness Process for Kenya Elections
Evaluation of the Emergency Response Fund:
 
 
 
2012
OCHA-Specific Inter-Agency
Annual Reports of ERFs  
Annual Reports of CHFs  
 
 
2011
OCHA-Specific Inter-Agency
ERRF Haiti Evaluation Report > April 2011, by Lezlie C. Morinière
Evaluation of the Common Humanitarian Fund:
 
Evaluation of the Pakistan Emergency Response Fund > November 2011, by Andy Featherstone  
Annual Reports of ERFs  
Annual Reports of CHFs  
 
 
2010
OCHA-Specific Inter-Agency
Annual Reports of ERFs  
Annual Reports of CHFs  
 
 
2009
OCHA-Specific Inter-Agency
   
   
 
 
2008
OCHA-Specific Inter-Agency
   
   
 
2007
OCHA-Specific Inter-Agency
Review of OCHA Emergency Response Funds (ERFs)> January 2007, by Tasneem Mowjee and Judith Randel in collaboration with involved OCHA staff [synthesis]  -  Management Response Matrix March 2009 Evaluation of Common/Pooled Humanitarian Funds in DRC and Sudan > December 2007, Barnaby Willitts-King, Tasneem Mowjee, Jane Barham  - Management Response Matrix (Feb 2009)
   
 
 
2006
OCHA-Specific Inter-Agency
   
   
 

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