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Humanitarian Needs Assessment: The Good Enough Guide

Currion, P., Eds.: The Assessment Capacities Project and Emergency Capacity Building Project, (2014)


Needs assessment is essential for programme planning, monitoring and evaluation, and accountability, however needs assessment is still a critical weakness of humanitarian response. Organisations need to improve how they do assessments. The Assessment Capacities Project (ACAPS) and the Emergency Capacity Building Project (ECB) have produced this guide to fill the gap that existed for a practical resource that pulls together the main lessons learned from various initiatives and experiences.
https://www.acaps.org/sites/acaps/files/resources/...


SAFETY MONITORING of MEDICINAL PRODUCTS

Uppsala Monitoring Centre, Eds.: World Health Organization, (2012)


Reporting system for the general public - This document aims to provide practical guidelines on how to set up national systems for consumers to report adverse reactions to medicines. The purpose is to help countries set up a well-organized and effective consumer reporting system within their pharmacovigilance centre. Throughout this document, the phrase “consumer reporting” is used to refer to reporting of adverse drug reactions (ADRs) by the general public.
http://www.who.int/medicines/areas/quality_safety/...


Real-time Evaluations of Humanitarian Action

John Cosgrave, Ben Ramalingam and Tony Beck, Eds.: ALNAP; Overseas Development Institute, (2009)


An ALNAP Guide. Pilot Version. This pilot guide is intended to help evaluation managers to commission and oversee, and team leaders to conduct, RTEs of humanitarian operational responses. Drawing on a synthesis of existing good practices, it sets out a flexible approach that can be adapted to a variety of contexts. While it concentrates on the particular problems posed by RTEs undertaken within a few months of the start of an emergency response, it addresses how such RTEs can also feed into on-going operations. While the guide focuses on RTEs, some of the advice applies to all evaluations.
http://www.alnap.org/pool/files/rteguide.pdf


Monitoring and Evaluation Toolkit: HIV, TB and Malaria and Health Systems Strenghtening

The Global Fund, (2011)


The TB section of the toolkit presents selected (a) programmatic output and (b) outcome and impact indicators for TB. In addition to recommended monitoring programs and measuring the outcomes and impact of TB programs, indicators for the strengthening of health systems, strengthening of community systems and some indicators that measure quality of services are also included.
www.theglobalfund.org/WorkArea/DownloadAsset.aspx?...


Logical-Framework-Analysis LFA

All in Diary, (2008)


A log frame is a simple table which identifies the logical relationship between essential elements of a project. This ensures that the project is well designed, described objectively, can be monitored and evaluated and is clearly structured. It is a framework used by many donors
http://www.allindiary.org/pool/pages/2011-4-5-logi...


Handbook on Monitoring and Evaluation of Human Resources for Health with special applications for low- and middle-income countries

Mario R Dal Poz, Neeru Gupta, Estelle Quain and Agnes LB Soucat, Eds.: World Health Organization (WHO); USAID; The World Bank, (2009)



http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/44097/1/9...


Guidance On Evaluating Conflict, Prevention and Peacebuilding Activities: Working draft for application period

DAC Network on Conflict, Peace and Development Co-operation and DAC Network on Development Evaluation, Eds.: OECD Publishing, (2008)


This working draft develops guidance on conducting effective evaluations of conflict prevention and peacebuilding work. The current working draft will be used for a one year application phase through 2008. It is the result of an ongoing collaborative project by the OECD DAC Networks on Development Evaluation and on Conflict, Peace and Development Co-operation (CPDC). The two Networks began this collaboration in 2005, responding to the need expressed by CPDC members for greater clarity regarding techniques and issues of evaluation in their field. An assessment of past conflict and peace evaluations and a study of current practices were undertaken in 2006 and identified a need for further guidance.
http://www.oecd.org/dac/evaluation/dcdndep/3977457...


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