Environment Social and economic
development Disaster preparedness
Evaluation of the Disaster Preparedness through Community Resilience Building, Education and Experience Sharing Project
Diaconia of the Evangelical Church of the Czech Brethren (DECCB)
February – April 2019
The aim of the project was to increase the overall resilience and preparedness of municipalities and citizens for the events of natural disasters – floods, in four flood prone municipalities located in the river basins of the Labe and Cista rivers.lessmore
The main purpose of the evaluation was to obtain independent, objective and consistent findings about the strengths and weaknesses of the ongoing project, to formulate specific recommendations and to identify good practice examples that will help the DECCB in preparing new disaster preparedness and prevention interventions. The evaluation also addressed potential capacity gaps within the current project staffing, complementarity with and additionality to the current national crisis management system as well as the extent to which the project adhered to the humanitarian aid standards including SPHERE.
Evaluation of two Projects in the Surface Water Monitoring and Flood Protection Sector, Moldova
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Czech Republic
September – December 2012
The evaluation included two projects: Monitoring surface water and flood protection in the Reut River Basin (2006 - 2008) and Rehabilitation of Network of Monitoring Stations in Watershed of the River Prut – Modernization of Information System and Flood Protection (2010-2012). Both projects aimed at improving standards of information required for the preparation of flood protection measures in Moldova by developing a system that would provide speedy and accurate information on the status of surface water levels and their prognosis for the watershed of the rivers Prut and Reut. The purpose of the evaluation was to obtain objectively substantiated information to be used for decision making on the overall perspective and future involvement of the Czech development cooperation in the environmental sector, sub-sector hydrometeorology and Climatology.lessmore
Evaluation focussed on the assessment of relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, sustainability and long-term impacts. Cross cutting issues included: Good governance, human rights and gender, viability of technical solution and consideration of environment and climatic changes. Formulated recommendations pertaining to the projects as well as to the continuation, processes and mechanism of Czech development cooperation in the environmental protection sector in Moldova.