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Evaluation of the ‘Gaza Flood Response, Mozambique 2013' 

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Keywords

WASH
Emergency
Food Security
Vulnerable Livelihoods
Evaluations

Region

Africa

Country

Mozambique

Date

May 2013

Author

R. Simpson, T. Sutton and D. Ngwenya

Website

www.oxfam.org.au

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Project/Program:
Oxfam’s response to the countrywide floods that struck Mozambique in early 2012. A Real Time Evaluation was undertaken to assess the responses timeliness, and build learning.

Evaluation methodology:
Methods included interviews (with beneficiaries, partners and program staff), field visits, and workshops; with the formation of an action plan to inform future work.

Achievements:
Oxfam’s responses were timely and considered to have added value to the space by playing a strategic role in the response and holding other actors to account. The WASH and EFS-VL components were well integrated from the start and throughout the intervention. Oxfam’s initiatives of seed fairs, WASH and engagement with other actors (beneficiaries, government and other NGOs) were deemed appropriate for the most part and inclusive. A gender sensitive approach was taken as actions were implemented to ensure the protection of women and girls. Further action has been identified on including other vulnerable groups, such as people with a disability.

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