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Enhancing Disaster and Emergency Preparedness, Response, and Recovery Through Evaluation: New Directions for Evaluation, Number 126The first priniciple of humanitarian assistance is “do no harm.” The second might be, “do better!” Enter the evaluation of emergency and disaster management. This issue consolidates reflections from evaluation practices in disaster and emergency management. A number of important themes are addressed: systemic assessment of needs interagency coordiantion evaluation of responses in real time evaluation in international and national jurisdictions Chapters discuss where the evaluation of humanit…

[(Enhancing Disaster and Emergency Preparedness, Response, and Recovery Through Evaluation Summer 2010: New Directions for Evaluation)] [Author: Ev (Evaluation)] published on (January, 2011)The first priniciple of humanitarian assistance is “do no harm.” The second might be, “do better!” Enter the evaluation of emergency and disaster management. This issue consolidates reflections from evaluation practices in disaster and emergency management. A number of important themes are addressed: systemic assessment of needs interagency coordiantion evaluation of responses in real time evaluation in international and national jurisdictions Chapters discuss where the evaluation of humanit…

Enhancing Disaster and Emergency Preparedness, Response, and Recovery Through Evaluation: New Directions for Evaluation, Number 126 (2010-07-13)The first priniciple of humanitarian assistance is “do no harm.” The second might be, “do better!” Enter the evaluation of emergency and disaster management. This issue consolidates reflections from evaluation practices in disaster and emergency management. A number of important themes are addressed: systemic assessment of needs interagency coordiantion evaluation of responses in real time evaluation in international and national jurisdictions Chapters discuss where the evaluation of humanit…

Enhancing Emergency Preparedness for Natural DisastersThe first priniciple of humanitarian assistance is “do no harm.” The second might be, “do better!” Enter the evaluation of emergency and disaster management. This issue consolidates reflections from evaluation practices in disaster and emergency management. A number of important themes are addressed: systemic assessment of needs interagency coordiantion evaluation of responses in real time evaluation in international and national jurisdictions Chapters discuss where the evaluation of humanit…