Results and Activities

Foreseen activities

Identification and collection of good practices, in the area of participative evaluation in humanitarian action, by the partners involved, for the producing the prospective report (outlook report)

Promoting a short term training addressed to the partners of the project with the objective of promoting the exchange of ideas and sharing knowledge for the consolidation of the Syllabus (curricular unit).

Development of three Multiplier Events in Portugal, Spain and Turkey for the dissemination of the e-learning tools allowing distance teaching and learning of this new curricular unit. This events will be addressed to potential users, namely NGOs and HEI

Holding two Intensive Study Programms, to be conducted during the pilot implementation phase of the Syllabus, addressed to students, teachers and professionals working in the humanitarian action area

Throughout the project four transnational project meetings will take place (online and face-to-face), through which the partners will discuss the project situation point and will outline the next steps. At the same time and whenever is necessary, more virtual meeting will be promoted between partners.

Reflection and preparation of the Handbook about the evaluation methodology of humanitarian action, that will condense all the learning gain through the project, the complete description of curricular unit and the teaching methods and techniques.

In the end of the project it will take place a Final Conference in Portugal for the presentation of the Manual and for sharing the results

Foreseen outcomes

1. Comprehensive systematization of existing participatory evaluation approaches and needs applied to HA and in particular concerning emergency response and integration of refugees and best practices and priority areas clearly identified

2. Contribute in an innovative manner to HA teaching, through:

  • Adapted teaching/learning tools in the area of participatory evaluation;
  • Adaptation to the digital transition, enhancing capacities for distance education, which is essential for professionals active in humanitarian settings;
  • 19 HEIs’ professors, 65 students and 9 NGOs staff fully capacitated to develop and implement evaluation methods and systems in the field of HA;
  • 19 HEIs’ professors, 65 students and 9 NGOs staff capacitated in distance education.

3. Enhanced joint strategic work among HEIs and between them and NGOs

4. Awareness raised and stakeholders across Europe reached through dissemination events.