Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management
The overall aim of the course is to build capacity and improve the effectiveness of logistics specialists and non-specialists as well as humanitarian workers, on humanitarian logistics
Venue: New Delhi, India
Date: 08-10-2018 to 11-10-2018
Selecting people with the right
qualifications and attitudes

RedR India conducts assessments and evaluations across the Disaster Risk Management Cycle (DRM Cycle). These assignments often include emergency needs assessment and planning, learning needs assessment and organizational capacity building plans and, mid-term reviews and evaluations of DRM initiatives among other assignments.   Coordinated assessments are also undertaken in partnership with different humanitarian actors (such as on-field responders, allied humanitarian agencies, humanitarian personnel, media) in order to assess and identify the needs of the affected population, laying the foundation for a coherent and effective humanitarian response. Our assignments are expected to inform and yield improved intervention processes and practices that directly impact prioritization and delivery of risk reduction measures and aid.

Some examples of our Assessment and Evaluation work, categorized according to the different phases of the DRM Cycle have been presented here
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