Practical ideas for enhancing WASH in medical facilities

Practical ideas for enhancing WASH in medical facilities

During the pandemic, calls have been made to improve WASH infrastructure in locations including schools and health care facilities when COVID-19 made deficiencies vividly apparent. In the lowest-income nations, nearly half of the healthcare institutions lack access to clean water and one in four health care centers for hand washing. WASH is often an afterthought even […]

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Components of an evaluation report

Components of An Evaluation Report

Do you plan to write an evaluation report? Are you stumped as to what to include? Here are some elements that should be covered in the document. Background The evaluation’s context, such as social, political, economic, and institutional factors. Identify the most important stakeholders. Emphasize the intervention’s current status in terms of execution. Are there […]

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people putting hands together in the sense of community

Community Participation in M&E

Participation of the community in M&E is often regarded as an important component of high-quality programming. The disaster-affected population actively participates in the assessment, design, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of the assistance program. Greater community participation is linked to increased program relevance, transparency, accountability, sustainability, and effect ownership. For the team to be able to […]

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humanitarian professionals conducting humanitarianism

Factors that determine planning and implementing of gender-responsive food security programmes in emergencies

In our last article, we discussed how to assess gender equality programming in the food security sector. Today we look at the factors to consider when planning and implementing gender-responsive food security programmes in emergencies. Read on. Demographic factors The number of poor and landless people (disaggregated by gender). The number of pastoralists without herds […]

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humanitarianism and technology

Effects of Technology on Humanitarianism

The number of persons in need of humanitarian assistance has increased as humanitarian crises have gotten more complicated and long-lasting. New technology’s promise to satisfy the needs of people in humanitarian emergencies has recently been a concern. Humanitarian groups have long tried to use cutting-edge technology to effectively respond to disasters and conflicts, and their […]

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Professionals undertaking a Monitoring and Evaluation process

What are the 5 Stages of an Evaluation Process?

Conducting an evaluation requires a significant amount of planning. There is conceptualization before a resource document is read or a key informant is interviewed. What is the evaluation’s purpose? What are the questions we’re attempting to answer? What will we do with the results of the evaluation? These considerations come before any data collecting. The […]

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