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Midline evaluation of Tayar Nepal – Improved Disaster Risk Management Project

FDM conducted the midline evaluation of Tayar Nepal – Improved Disaster Risk Management Project. Tayar Nepal is USAID Nepal’s ongoing five-year project that begun in August 2019 that aims to strengthen disaster management institutions and systems in Nepal to enable more holistic and effective mitigation, preparation for, and response to disasters. As the mandate of the midline evaluation, FDM assessed the continued relevance, effectiveness and efficiency of the various components and interventions of the project and the progress made to date towards achieving it’s planned results. The evaluation examined the project’s ‘Theory of Change’ and the external factors that are constraining or enabling progress toward the intended results.

Donor: USAID

Tools: FGD and KII

Study area: Dolakha, Dhading, Bardiya, Dailekh, Kailali, Surkhet and Dang

Sample: 84 Local level consultations, 20 federal level consultations and 16 FGDs with

local community

Respondents: Local level authorities, disaster experts, CSOs, representatives from MoFAGA, NDRRMA, MOHA

Duration: Dec 2021 – Apr 2022

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