Trust, risk and learn — Evaluation humanitarian assistance given by the Netherlands
The Netherlands offers assistance to people affected by humanitarian crises. IOB looked at two means for achieving better outcomes for people in need: funding and diplomacy. We have evaluated to what extent Dutch policy succeeded in achieving its humanitarian goals in the six-year period 2015-2021.
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Substudy – Case studies on the effectiveness of partners and funding relations
As part of the broader evaluation of the Dutch policy on humanitarian assistance, this study reflects on the effectiveness of ...
Substudy – Desk review on the effectiveness of partners and funding relations
IOB has evaluated the results of the Dutch humanitarian policy for the years 2015-2021, drawing on several substudies. The ...
Substudy – Literature review on promoting localisation in humanitarian assistance
IOB commissioned the Humanitarian Policy Group (HPG) and Humanitarian Advisory Group (HAG) to conduct a review of the literature ...
Substudy – Innovation Humanitarian Assistance
The Netherlands set innovation as a priority to address growing and increasingly complex humanitarian needs. This literature ...
Substudy – Dutch Decision-Making on Humanitarian Assistance
This substudy was conducted as part of the broader evaluation of the Dutch policy on humanitarian assistance. It focuses on ...
Terms of Reference – Evaluation of the Dutch policy for humanitarian assistance 2015-2021
IOB has evaluated the Dutch policy for humanitarian assistance. These Terms of Reference (ToR) describe the research process and ...