The Syrian crisis is currently described as the greatest humanitarian challenge for the international community and the MENA region. Due to the escalating conflict in Syria, dozens of Syrians are forced to flee their homes every day. To date, an estimated 6.3 million Syrians are internally displaced and 4.8 million have sought refuge in other countries (UNHCR).
The objective of the post-monitoring is twofold: To obtain detailed, specific and representative information regarding the project implementation allowing a possible re-orientation of the project’s approach and to provide more specific data to enrich the actual M&E-system.
The purpose of this assignment is to conduct data collection in the Turkish cities of Istanbul, Gaziantep, and Izmir using feedback surveys designed by Ground Truth that are focused on collecting perceptual data on cash-based assistance programs
Post-Distribution Monitoring (PDM) of the Cash for Work Projects “Waste Disposal and Recycling, Rehabilitation of Municipal Infrastructure” and “Production and Commercialization of Crafts/Handicraft”.
In order to assess more detailed the effectiveness and impact of the CfW-measures till today, a first post-distribution monitoring (PDM) should be conducted. The objective of the post-monitoring is twofold:
This is a summative end-of-project evaluation aimed at ensuring accountability between IMPR, World Vision and ECHO on the use and outcomes of the funds provided for the specific objective and results agreed upon in the Action design. Emerging lessons shall be identified by the evaluator and discussed between the implementing partners as part of the validation of the evaluation results and follow-up to inform future programming and cooperation.
The main objective of the work is to examine Syrian refugees in Turkey according to their demographic characteristics and understand the experiences of migrating from Syria and their lives in Turkey.
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:
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.
Australian Government commissioned UDA Consulting in order to develop mechanisms for ongoing monitoring of source communities and their emigration pressures in Afghanistan and Pakistan for Australian Government Customs and Border Protection Service. The purpose of the mechanisms was to generate streams of information from immigrants that would be used as input for Australian policy-making processes and contribute to migration statistics database of the Australian government. The objectives are:
Generate a large volume of primary reporting