The humanitarian effectiveness reviews critically examine the performance of selected humanitarian responses against 12 recognised quality benchmarks. Following the protocol of the Humanitarian Indicator Tool (HIT), external humanitarian experts review existing documentation and interview the response’s key stakeholders to assign ratings against each benchmark. These methodological guidance documents, which are currently under revision form the HIT for Slow Onset Responses (drought, slow flooding, escalating conflict).
Also available: Humanitarian Indicator Toolkit – Rapid Onset
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