Evaluation and good practices

Humanitarian evaluations

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Humanitarian crises cost lives and prevent the realization of children’s and women’s rights. UNICEF plays a critical role in responding to emergencies and the organization relies on a range of knowledge sources to help it prepare for emergencies and respond to them in ever-better ways. Humanitarian evaluations form one critical pillar, with the UNICEF Evaluation Policy and the Core Commitments for Children in Humanitarian Action – the CCCs – underlining UNICEF’s effort to ensure adequate fulfillment of its corporate commitments in humanitarian crises.

UNICEF and partners work to provide resources for better evaluating humanitarian action. Current humanitarian e-learning opportunities are:

Below are our humanitarian evaluations scheduled in the Integrated Monitoring & Evaluation Framework (IMEP), which is developed in consultation with the Evaluation Committee. These include a number of joint or inter-agency evaluations, where UNICEF is part of a broader joint effort, as well as UNICEF-led humanitarian evaluations. 

Evaluations Scheduled in the Integrated M&E Framework, 2014-2017

Other Major Evaluations

2015

  • Evaluation of UNICEF's Response and Programme Strategies to the Crisis in the Central African Republic [Terms of Reference]

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

    2009

    2008

    2006

    2005

    2004

    2003

    Significant Evaluations conducted by UNICEF Country Offices


     


     

     

    
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