Marsabit county emergency response Kenya: evaluation

Marsabit county emergency response Kenya: evaluation

22 January 2013

This evaluation report aims to provide an independent assessment of the impact of Concern‟s livelihoods emergency response project entitled Filling the Hunger Gap among mobile livestock keepers affected by extreme drought, and protecting assets in Marsabit County, Kenya.

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Here is an excerpt from the document: 
The project ran for a period of six months commencing in September 2011 and ending in February 2012. The project was funded by ECHO and implemented and supervised by Concern with on the ground implementation by Concern’s local partner, CIFA.
 
The project was initiated against a need assessment derived from the July 2011 Mid-Season Long Rains Assessment (LRA) written by the Kenya food security steering group and its partners.
 
 

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Marsabit county emergency response Kenya: evaluation

This evaluation report aims to provide an independent assessment of the impact of Concern‟s livelihoods emergency response project entitled Filling the Hunger Gap among mobile livestock keepers affected by extreme drought, and protecting assets in Marsabit County, Kenya .
  • Executive summary of the emergency programme in marsabit kenya