CBHA early recovery programme in Pakistan: evaluation

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CBHA early recovery programme in Pakistan: evaluation

22 January 2013

This is an evaluation of the Early Recovery Programme in Pakistan which was launched by the Consortium of British Humanitarian Agencies' (CBHA) - of which Concern is a member. 

The programme was launched in response to the devastating flooding of 2010 which affected more than 20 million people. 

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Here is an excerpt from the document:

Heavy monsoon rains beginning at the end of July 2010 triggered unprecedented flooding along the Indus River and ploughed a swathe of destruction more than 1,000 km long, stretching through northern Pakistan, the Punjab and Sindh. 
 
DFID launched its largest emergency operation ever (£134M), which included funding a consortium of 6 CBHA affiliated organisations (Action Against Hunger, CARE International, Concern Worldwide, International Rescue Committee, Oxfam and Save the Children) to implement a large-scale early recovery programme. The DFID-CBHA grant for the early recovery programme supporting flood-affected communities in Pakistan totalled £19,987,374. The programme was launched on 15th December 2010 and was due to end on 14th August 2011.

 

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CBHA early recovery programme in Pakistan: evaluation

This is an evaluation of the Early Recovery Programme in Pakistan which was launched by the Consortium of British Humanitarian Agencies' (CBHA) - of which Concern is a member.