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Improving constantly: Embedding scrutiny and learning in disaster risk financing

Source(s):  Centre for Disaster Protection

This guidance note guides us through independent reviews of disaster risk financing (DRF) approaches and instruments through monitoring and evaluation (M&E) in order to understand what works, what doesn’t and why.

DRF is a relatively new area, and there is currently little in the way of rigorous evidence of impact or established ‘best practices’. People working on DRF should be in ‘learning’ mode by scrutinising the design and implementation of different approaches.

Once instruments and approaches are underway, they should be regularly reviewed through M&E to check that they are performing fairly, as people have been led to expect, and that delivery systems are operating as planned. This information can then be used to make adjustments and further improve impact.

The practical guidance section is organised as follows:

  • Independent scrutiny at the design stage
    • Skills that can help
    • Centre for Disaster Protection’s QA service
  • Ensuring quality throughout implementation
    • Monitoring performance
    • Evaluating initiatives
  • Improving learning.



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  • Improving constantly: Embedding scrutiny and learning in disaster risk financing
  • Publication date 2020
  • Author(s) Scott, Zoë
  • Number of pages 12 p.

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