A Catalyst for Change and Results? DFID’s Approach to the 2013 – 2017.Humanitarian Programme in Somalia.
The Evaluation’s objective is to review how DFID has designed and established the Programme and how partners have worked together (and with DFID) to develop designs and activities. This is important given that many partners have come together specifically as part of DFID’s multi-year funding approach, specifically the Strengthening Nutrition Security in South Central Somalia (SNS), Building Resilient Communities in Somalia (BRCiS) consortium, and the United Nations Joint Resilience Strategy that includes FAO, UNICEF and WFP. These and related activities, especially regarding partnership, knowledge sharing, flexibility and adaptability, and other organisational dynamics have a direct influence on how partners work individually and collectively toward results.
Published: 1 February 2016
Updated: 18 April 2016
- DFID management response to the evaluation of DFID’s approach to the humanitarian programme in Somalia: 2013 to 2017.
- First published.