Research on Capacity Building for Disaster Risk Management.
This Strategic research into national and local capacity building for disaster risk management includes a sythesis report, policy recommendations, literature review and case studies. The research is conducted Oxford Policy Management (OPM) and the University of East Anglia (UEA) for the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) in September 2013.
As part of the research, an M&E framework has been created specifically for use in the monitoring and evaluation of programmes and projects that aim to strengthen capacity for DRM/DRR. Donors, bilateral organizations, national and international NGOs, and project and programme managers can use the guidance sheets to help them design their M&E systems for DRM capacity-building initiatives.The framework is a generic, outcome-based tool intended to address the current gap in M&E resources that are available specifically for DRM capacitybuilding activities. 

The case studies include: Ethiopia, Haiti, Mozambique, Myanmar, Pakistan, and Philippines.

 

 

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