M&E Consultant for review of approaches to evaluating anticipatory action systems
Anticipatory humanitarian approaches have rapidly developed across hazards and geographies. While substantial work has been done to evaluate the community level impact of anticipatory action, less work has been done to evaluate the quality of the systems which enable these interventions to happen. This piece of work is commissioned by Start Network on behalf of a practitioner group focused on M&E of anticipatory humanitarian action. It will look at approaches which have either been taken, or could be taken, to review anticipatory action systems, including the components of forecasting, contingency planning and pre-agreed finance.
Applications to email@example.com by June 20th.View TORs here