Humanity and Inclusion external evaluation of the DEC Afghanistan Response

BEID Consulting
Publication language
Date published
10 Mar 2023
Impact evaluation
Accountability to affected populations (AAP), Disability, Inclusion, Older people, Recovery and Resillience
Disasters Emergency Committee, HelpAge International, Age International

Humanity and Inclusion (HI) Afghanistan implemented the project entitled "Boosting resilience of vulnerable people, with a specific focus on marginalized and displacement-affected men and women of all ages with and without disabilities, ensuring inclusive sustainable livelihoods complementing emergency comprehensive rehabilitation and MHPSS services, explosive ordnance risk education and prevention, and capacity building across Herat Province" from June 1st 2022 – Dec 30th 2023 in two districts namely Injil and Zindajan of Herat province with an overall objective of increasing the resilience of the most vulnerable and marginalized – including displacement affected people, persons with disabilities and/or older people in Herat province – by providing multi-sectoral support to meet their needs.

Age International, as a member agency of the Disaster Emergency Committee, managed the contracts and relationship with the DEC for this project which was then implemented by Humanity and Inclusion, with technical support from HelpAge International.

The purpose of this evaluation is to assess the performance of the project and how successful it has been in achieving the intended outcomes. More specifically the evaluation intends to;
•    Analyze the extent to which the project has contributed in bringing about medium and long-term positive effects in the target population. 
•    To examine and analyse the achievements of project expected results.
•    Analyse how the project resources are mobilized and adapted following the earthquake response in October 2023.