The CERF secretariat conducts or supports a variety of evaluations and studies that promote transparency, accountability and learning. Regular assessments of the relevance, efficiency, effectiveness and impact of humanitarian financing serve to provide guidance on CERF’s strategic direction and performance.
Examples include formal evaluations mandated by governing bodies, such as the General Assembly, studies commissioned by the CERF secretariat under its Performance and Accountability Framework, and studies commissioned and conducted by third parties that are supported by the CERF secretariat as feasible.
Studies commissioned by the CERF secretariat
Studies commissioned by third parties
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