Survey in Addis Ababa

Affected urban slums in Ethiopia

In the framework of the work program, the World Bank Group (WBG) in Ethiopia is currently conducting a study measure the economic impact and resilience mechanisms of floods on the affected urban slums in Addis Ababa and Dire Dawa. The study will consist of interviews with randomly selected total of 1200 HHs in Addis Ababa and Dire Dawa .

Survey by UDA in Mersin

Labour Market Assessment in Mersin

This project helps in increasing refugees’ ability to enjoy the right to work and enhance access to training opportunities and micro-enterprise support in Mersin, Turkey. 

As specified in the Terms of Reference, the main goals for the evaluation of the project are as follows:

GOAL

Evaluation of GOAL multi-sector programme

This project covers evaluation of the implementations between the years 2016‐2017 for “Improving the Health and Protection of Vulnerable Syrian and Marginalized Migrants in Southern Turkey” implemented by GOAL and funded by ECHO. Main goals for the evaluation of the programme are as follows:

  1. To assess GOAL’s performance and delivery of the ECHO‐funded project according to OECD evaluation criteria
  2. To help GOAL to improve its future programming through lessons learned and best practices generated through this project.
ME Training

Monitoring and Evaluation Training

In the scope of UDA Academy activities aimed supporting humanitarian assistance organizations, UDA Consulting provided "Introduction to Monitoring and Evaluation" one-day free training course tailored for humanitarian assistance providers in Turkey.

This training course held in Ankara, on March 28, 2017 in JW Marriott Hotel-Magnesia III.

 

Rapid Assessment of Irregular Migration

Rapid Assessment of Irregular Migration

Australian Customs and Border Protection Service commissioned UDA Consulting to conduct a rapid assessment of the impact of the Australian Government’s announcement of a suspension of processing of new asylum claims from Afghans. UDA Consulting conducted a survey in Afghanistan and Pakistan with a total 250 people, focused on members of the Hazara community to analyse the reasons of irregular immigration. The majority of interviews were in Quetta, Pakistan and Kabul, Afghanistan. The output of this rapid assessment constructed a baseline for the next larger project.