Impact Measurement and Accountability in Emergencies (Arabic)
What difference are we making? How do we know? The Good Enough Guide helps busy field workers to address these questions. It offers a set of basic guidelines on how to be accountable to local people and measure programme impact in emergency situations and contains a variety of tools on needs assessment and profiling. Its 'good enough' approach emphasises simple and practical solutions and encourages the user to choose tools that are safe, quick and easy to implement.
This pocket guide presents some tried and tested methods for putting impact measurement and accountability into practice throughout the life of a project. It is aimed at humanitarian practitioners, project officers and managers with some experience in the field and draws on the work of field staff, NGOs and inter-agency initiatives including Sphere, ALNAP, HAP International, and People In Aid.
Table of Contents
Why and how to use The Good Enough Guide
Section 1: Involve people at every stage
Section 2: Profile the people affected by the emergency
Section 3: Identify the changes people want to see
Section 4: Track changes and make feedback a two-way process
Section 5: Use feedback to improve project impact
Section 6: Tools
Section 7: Other accountability initiatives
Section 8: Sources, further information, and abbreviations
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