Title

Real-time evaluation of UNICEF’s response to the Haiti earthquake of 2021 Evaluation Report, 29 September 2022

Date of Publication

2022 12:00 AM

Security Theme

Extreme Events

Keywords

Extreme Events, Haiti, Earthquake, Emergency Response, UNICEF, Evalaution

Description

The evaluation team carried out a real-time evaluation (RTE) of UNICEF’s response to the earthquake that struck the three southern departments of Haiti on 14 August 2021. The RTE reviews both the emergency response phase (between August 14th , 2021 and October 14th , 2021) and the recovery phase (between October 14th , 2021 and the RTE deployment). The primary audience includes UNICEF’s management and staff at the field, country, regional and headquarters levels involved in the response to the earthquake. The secondary audience includes: the wider community of partners - governmental, UN agencies and other implementing partners (international and national NGOs); populations affected by the emergency, the Executive Board and interested member states; and donor agencies that support emergency programmes with technical and financial resources at all levels.

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Real-time evaluation of UNICEF’s response to the Haiti earthquake of 2021 Evaluation Report, 29 September 2022

The evaluation team carried out a real-time evaluation (RTE) of UNICEF’s response to the earthquake that struck the three southern departments of Haiti on 14 August 2021. The RTE reviews both the emergency response phase (between August 14th , 2021 and October 14th , 2021) and the recovery phase (between October 14th , 2021 and the RTE deployment). The primary audience includes UNICEF’s management and staff at the field, country, regional and headquarters levels involved in the response to the earthquake. The secondary audience includes: the wider community of partners - governmental, UN agencies and other implementing partners (international and national NGOs); populations affected by the emergency, the Executive Board and interested member states; and donor agencies that support emergency programmes with technical and financial resources at all levels.