The Inter-Agency Humanitarian Evaluation (IAHE) of Yemen is an independent assessment of the results of the collective humanitarian response by member organisations of the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC). IAHEs evaluate the extent to which planned collective results have been achieved.
These Terms of Reference (TOR) provide the rationale and context for the IAHE of the COVID-19 humanitarian response; its subject and scope; rational, objectives and key areas of inquiry; and finally, the users, methodology, management arrangements and key deliverables of the evaluation.
This Review assesses progress made in mainstreaming gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls (GEEWG) into the humanitarian, development and peace nexus agenda. It complements the 2020 Inter-Agency Humanitarian Evaluation on the Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women and Girls, which focused on gender mainstreaming in humanitarian action.
The Inter-Agency Humanitarian Evaluation (IAHE) on Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women and Girls (GEEWG) assesses the progress on the operationalization of the IASC GEEWG agenda since 2017. The IAHE also captures best practices and provides recommendations to further mainstream GEEWG into humanitarian action.
This Inter-Agency Humanitarian Evaluation (IAHE) offers an independent assessment of the collective humanitarian response to Cyclone Idai in Mozambique in 2019. It is the first to assess the contribution of the new Scale-Up activation mechanism since its adoption by the IASC in 2018 and suggest further improvements to this important IASC tool. It is only the second IAHE that utilizes a representative survey of affected populations.
IAHE. This report presents the results of an Inter-Agency Humanitarian Evaluation (IAHE) of the drought response in Ethiopia between 2015 and 2018. An IAHE is an independent assessment of the collective humanitarian response of Inter-Agency Standing Committee member organizations to a specific crisis or theme.2 The global IAHE Steering Group identified the drought response in Ethiopia as a priority, and the Emergency Relief Coordinator formally launched the evaluation in late 2018.
The purpose of this IAHE is two-fold. First, it will provide an independent assessment of the extent to which planned collective objectives to respond to the needs and concerns of affected people in Yemen -- as set out in the HRP and other core planning documents and strategies since the 2015 L3 declaration -- have been met. Second, the evaluation aims to assess the extent to which IASC response tools and coordination mechanisms, including the Humanitarian Programme Cycle (HPC), have successfully supported the response, and to recommend improvement-oriented actions.