In early 2014, DFID commissioned Valid Evaluations to carry out a thematic evaluation of its Multi-Year Humanitarian Funding (MYHF) approach in Ethiopia, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Sudan and Pakistan. This forms a part of the Humanitarian Innovation and Evidence Programme (HIEP) and is one of a number of studies into new or emerging humanitarian approaches.
This report summarises the findings for Sudan and is one of 4 summative country reports. The evaluation was a longitudinal study, with substantive research taking place between 2015 and 2017, set out to answer 3 questions focusing on resilience, contingency funding and early response, and value for money in the context of multi-year funding. The evaluation used exploratory research techniques, allowing an understanding of the factors that shape how different people cope with shocks and stresses.
This report is part of ‘Building resilience and responding to crises in fragile and conflict-affected states: A thematic evaluation of DFID’s multi-year approaches to chronic/protracted humanitarian crises in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Sudan and Pakistan
Sida, L., Gray, W, Abdelsalam K. A Multi-Year Humanitarian Funding Approach in the Democratic Republic of Sudan, Summative Report; (2018) . Oxford: Valid Evaluations, 50pp
Published 15 December 2018