OCA Emergency Response Units Evaluation (2015) internal
This report is a comprehensive evaluation of OCA's in-country emergency response units in Nigeria, Chad, North Kivu, South Kivu and Katanga. The report consists of a transversal analysis of all of the ERUs as well as the individual evaluations of each specific ERU project. The purpose of the comparative analysis was to assess the relevance, appropriateness, effectiveness, coverage, timeliness, impact and continuity of the projects.
Evaluation of the « Pool d’Urgence Congo » Project, MSFOCB, DRC (2013) internal
The “Pool d’Urgences Congo” (PUC) was created in 1995, following an Ebola epidemic in the Bandundu province, and a cholera outburst in Katanga. “Antennae” of the PUC developed over the years in different regions of DRC. The PUC strategy is based upon the surveillance and early detection of victims in emergency situations. This evaluation was commissioned to analyse PUC’s operational strategy in terms of relevance, appropriateness, effectiveness, coverage, timeliness, impact and continuity.
Version française: Evaluation of the « Pool d’Urgence Congo » Project, MSFOCB, DRC (2013) interne
National Emergency Pools (NEP), MSF-OCP (2012) internal
The National Emergency Pools (NEP) are national teams operating in certain regular missions and whose goal is to have the necessary resources at the regular mission to be able to respond to emergencies. This review focussed on the activities and strategies developed by existing NEPs for MSF‐OCP in Nigeria, Chad, North Kivu and Katanga (DRC) and analysed the emergency operations recently conducted in these missions in terms of the effectiveness, efficiency and relevance of the NEP structure.
Version française: Pools d'Urgence Nationaux MSF-OCP, (2012) interne