Oxfam’s Vivien Margaret Walden introduces the ‘Contribution to Change’ approach, which takes into account multiple sources of responses to emergencies to understand the long-term effect of aid provision.

Patient Balungwe of Norwegian Church Aid relates how being flexible in monitoring and evaluating a sanitation programme in the Democratic Republic of Congo resulted in increased community involvement.

Bobi Morris of the International Rescue Committee discusses her organisation’s development of standardised but adaptable toolkits and the lessons learnt, including when use of a toolkit isn’t appropriate.

Finally, Alexandra Warner of ALNAP discusses how her organisation has extensively piloted a guide to evaluating a guide to humanitarian action to incorporate inputs from intended users.


ONTRAC 58- Monitoring and evaluating humanitarian aid

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