Topic: Evaluations in Humanitarian Settings During COVID-19: Reflections and insights on the generation and use of evidence in humanitarian, fragile and conflict-affected settings
With the unfolding of Covid-19, we are seeing a health crisis getting compounded by a socio-economic crisis, and in some countries, a food crisis. For organisations focussed on disaster response and relief in humanitarian settings, the pandemic has exacerbated the situation. They have had to deal with more complex and challenging problems, as they undertake numerous measures to mitigate the impacts of a compounded crisis.
At the upcoming CEDIL webinar, we have invited two experts to address an important question: during Covid-19, what role can evaluations play in humanitarian settings? Ruth Hill of the Centre for Disaster Protection will share insights from an evidence gap analysis on collecting and synthesizing evidence to respond to crises and disasters.. Kevin Watkins of Save the Children will talk about the kind of evidence that is needed in humanitarian, fragile and conflict-affected settings to address complex questions.
To register for the event, follow this link: https://lshtm.zoom.us/webinar/register/9515990421268/WN_spc3xz7CSpa8lWCi-GI4Nw
16 September 2020, 12.45-14.00 BST
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