More than 134 million people worldwide are in need of humanitarian assistance and protection. With humanitarian crises becoming more protracted and driven by conflict, the need for effective and coordinated humanitarian action is more urgent than ever.
As humanitarian need continues to rise sharply against the backdrop of increasingly more complex and protracted crises, and an increasingly overwhelmed and underfunded system, the need for evidence to inform more effective decision making remains critical.
Our evaluation and learning support provides our partners with evidence and practical solutions, based on rigorous field-testing, to improve the quality and reach of humanitarian action in complex emergency settings.
Evaluation of Sida’s strategic partnership for humanitarian assistance
Sida works with strategic partners worldwide, including UN agencies and non-governmental organisations, to deliver...
Evaluation of UNICEF’s coverage and quality in complex humanitarian situations
Delivering humanitarian assistance in complex humanitarian situations is extremely challenging due to the multi-dimensional...
Evaluation of UNHCR’s role as Cluster Lead Agency for the Global Protection Cluster
Itad was contracted to conduct an evaluation of UNHCR’s role in leading the Global Protection Cluster (GPC).
Evaluation of DFID’s Humanitarian Innovation and Evidence Programme
The Humanitarian Emergency Response Review (HERR), chaired by Lord Ashdown, emphasised the need to improve the evidence base...
Evaluation of Humanitarian Innovation and Evidence Programme: Summative Phase Two
The Department for International Development (DFID) invested £54.6 million into a humanitarian innovation and evidence...
Evaluation of DFID’s humanitarian response to Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda)
DFID’s Conflict, Humanitarian and Security Department (CHASE) commissioned Itad to conduct an evaluation of its humanitarian...