- The Good Enough Guide
- Measuring Change
- Inter-Agency Standing Team
- Joint Evaluations
- Joint Needs Assessment (JNA)
- Cluster Accountability Initiative
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A joint evaluation is when different agencies work together to evaluate and review their response to an emergency.
This helps agencies increase accountability and transparency, to learn from one another, and to coordinate future responses.
Joint evaluations also provide a place where knowledge, resources and tools can be shared among peer agencies and long-term cooperative relationships between agencies can be built.
The ECB Project supports agencies to conduct joint evaluations.
- Providing guidelines (in three parts: A Guide, A Series of Stories and A Set of Tools) on how to conduct a joint evaluation.
- ECB-supported joint evaluations are available on the ECB website as well as on the Evaluative Database. Agencies also post many of their evaluations and after action reviews directly to this site.
- Read more about joint evaluations in Niger, Indonesia and Guatemala.
- Joint evaluations were discussed at the ECBinter-active learning conference held in 2011 in La Paz, Bolivia.
- ECB Accountability and Impact Measurement Standing Team Joint Evaluation Workshop Report.
- The Emergency Capacity Building Project and the development of a Joint Needs Assessment tool: The Indonesia experience.