Projects

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Evaluation of UNICEF´s response to the Gorkha earthquake in Nepal.

Dahlia, in association with Dara, carried out the evaluation of UNICEF’s response to the earthquake that shook Nepal on April 25 and May 12 of 2015.
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Research report: Voices of Refugees

DAHLIA and BBC Media Action conducted a joint study to understand information and communication needs of refugees in Greece and Germany. The START Network through the CDAC Network commissioned the research.
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Addressing Communications Needs in the Refugee Crisis in the Balkans

The objective of this assessment is to better understand and address these needs both among refugees and within communities located in transit areas.
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Europe’s refugee crisis: a long journey to reach safer soil

Europe is experiencing the most significant influx of refugees since World War II.
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The Humanitarian Track Five Project (HT5)

Dahlia’s HT5 project aims to communicate and follow up on the level of implementation of key recommendations from humanitarian evaluations, with a view to improving response.
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Refugees in Europe: Seeking a safe haven

Dahlia has carried out a fact-finding-mission in Macedonia, Serbia and Croatia to assess the refugee situation, meet stakeholders and asylum seekers, and attempt to highlight issues that need to be addressed.
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Evaluation of the Common Humanitarian Funds (CHFs)

DAHLIA has collaborated with The KonTerra Group on the second triennial Evaluation of the Common Humanitarian Funds (CHFs) that includes a global and five separate country-level reports for the Central African Republic (CAR), the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Somalia, South Sudan and Sudan.
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Allan Lavell, DAHLIA’s Chair, wins 2015 UN Sasakawa Award for Disaster Risk Reduction

Dahlia has collaborated with DARA on the evaluation of WFP’s activities in DRC with a special focus on the interrelation between the different coordination mechanisms, and the roles of UN agencies and other key humanitarian actors.
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Scoping Exercise for the Inter-Agency Humanitarian Evaluation of the Response to the Crisis in the CAR

DAHLIA has carried out a scoping and planning exercise to inform the evaluation of the response to the crisis in the Central African Republic which was commissioned by the Inter-Agency Steering Group for the IAHE managed by OCHA.
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Real Time Evaluation of UNICEF’s response to the Mali crisis

The Real Time Evaluation by Dahlia provides recommendations intended to enhance the ‘scale-up’ of UNICEF’s response to the 2013 humanitarian crisis in Mali
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World Food Program (WFP) Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) Portfolio Evaluation

Dahlia has collaborated with DARA on the evaluation of WFP’s activities in DRC with a special focus on the interrelation between the different coordination mechanisms, and the roles of UN agencies and other key humanitarian actors.
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EU-Pacific Partnership Communication & Visibility Strategy

Dahlia’s Support Study assesses options to establish an effective communication and visibility strategy to bring the EU-Pacific partnership closer to citizens in the Pacific, the EU, and globally
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Review of the CERF’s Performance Accountability Framework

The Review of the CERF Performance and Accountability Framework (PAF) considers adjustments necessary to strengthen its relevance and overall effectiveness
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Value Added of the Central Emergency Relief Fund (CERF) in DRC

Dahlia’s Review focuses on whether the operations of the Central Emergency Response Fund in the Democratic Republic of Congo added value to the broader humanitarian endeavour in DRC
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Evaluation of UNICEF´s Child Survival Programme in Mauritania

Dahlia’s Evaluation aims to improve the performance and design of Mauritania’s 2012-2013 Child Survival Programme by identifying and documenting good practices while contributing to organisational learning
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