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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.

Evaluation of Humanitarian Action (EHA). Course Reference Manual

Margie Buchanan-Smith and John Cosgrave, Eds.: Channel Research; ALNAP, (2010)

This manual is for the beginner/intermediate and advanced EHA courses run by Channel Research on behalf of ALNAP. It is supported by a course specific set of case studies and exercises and by a bibliography of evaluation references‎

Core Set of Indicators & Indicator Data Sheets for Health and Social Health Protection

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH ; KfW, (2012)

The Core Set of Indicators and respective Indicator Data Sheets aim to pave the way towards a common understanding, greater consistency and comparability across countries and alignment of results chains of German Development Cooperation in the field of health and social health protection with the internationally recognized health systems framework of WHO and International Health Partnership (IHP+).

Humanitarian Health Ethics Analysis Tool: HEAT Handbook

Fraser V, Hunt MR, Schwartz L, and de Laat S, (2014)

You can download the handbook, worksheets and quick reference cards from the website! The HHEAT is an ethical analysis tool designed to help humanitarian healthcare workers make ethical decisions. It consists of 3 components: (1) a summary card highlighting key questions, (2) a handbook providing an overview of the tool, and (3) a worksheet for recording the decision-making process. The tool was inspired by research examining ethical challenges and moral distress experienced by humanitarian workers. The HHEAT has been tested and validated by humanitarian workers and experts from the fields of humanitarian medicine and nursing, as well as applied ethics.

Manuel de Suivi-Evaluation Participatif d'Impact (SEPI)

Gabriel Coulibaly, Astrid Meyer et Sabine Dorlöchter-Sulser, Eds.: Misereor, (2014)

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