OCHA HORN OF AFRICA CRISIS REAL TIME EVALUATION (IASC AND OCHA) 

Kenya 2011-2012

GEG COnducts inter-agency real time evaluations for ocha in response to the 2011-2012 horn of africa crisis

Background: In 2011 the Horn of Africa experienced regional drought. In combination with years of low rainfall and ongoing conflict, the region experienced a large humanitarian crisis affecting over 13 million people. OCHA was activated to coordinate relief activities through 2012.

Requirement: Delivery of an Inter-Agency Real Time Evaluation (RTE) providing real-time operational feedback and solutions to those agencies working in Kenya in response to the 2011 Horn of Africa Crisis.

GEG Contribution: GEG’s IA RTE provided a clear understanding of the key issues and challenges of the response through rigorous evidence-based analysis (triangulation, document analysis, key informant interviews, focus groups). Based on the initial findings, field workshops were conducted that directly created Future Frameworks for Action (FFA) aimed at addressing key operational challenges in Kenya.

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