Meta-evaluation of American Red Cross Community Preparedness Programming

Project Description

Photo credit : American Red Cross

The American Red Cross engaged IRMA to carry out a meta-evaluation of its disaster preparedness portfolio, to test its theory of change for ‘disaster ready communities’. In parallel, it asked IRMA to review similar programming by its peer organisations, to understand how its approach compared with others. The two-pronged study generated learning about successful combinations of programme elements, common gaps and areas for growth.

This study was carried out by IRMA’s co-founders, Lezlie Moriniere and Marilise Turnbull.

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