Disaster and Emergency Management Evaluation

DEME TIG: Improving effectiveness and sustainability of disaster risk reduction interventions by Ramesh Tuladhar

Greetings, I am Ramesh Tuladhar, focal point and coordinator for Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) Thematic Committee of Community of Evaluators in Nepal (COE-Nepal). I am a professional geologist with experience in disaster risk management, monitoring, and evaluation. I am currently engaged as the monitoring and evaluation consultant of the Pilot Project on Climate Resilience (PPCR) …

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DEME TIG Week: Incorporating Cultural Responsiveness into Disaster and Emergency Management Evaluation by Nnenia Campbell

Greetings! My name is Nnenia Campbell, and I am a postdoctoral research associate at the University of Colorado Natural Hazards Center as well as an independent evaluation consultant specializing in disaster-related programming. As an alumna of AEA’s Graduate Education Diversity Internship (GEDI) program, I frequently consider how I can engage in culturally responsive evaluation or …

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DEME TIG Social Networking Among Citizen Scientists for Monitoring Environmental Contamination by Alicia Stachowski

My name is Alicia Stachowski and I am an Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Wisconsin, Stout.  I am working with Sue Ann Corell Sarpy on a Citizen Science Program sponsored by the National Academies of Science.  We would like to share some preliminary findings from this research. Lessons Learned: Why Use Citizen …

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DEME TIG Week: Getting Acquainted with Disaster and Emergency Management Evaluation and Research by Phung Pham and Jordan Freeman

Hello!  We are Phung Pham, doctoral student at Claremont Graduate University, and Jordan Freeman, new alumna of The George Washington University.  As novices of evaluation and research in the contexts of disasters and emergencies, we would like to share what we have found helpful in getting acquainted with disaster and emergency management evaluation and research. …

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DEME TIG Week: Evaluating Resiliency and Mental Health Training in Disaster Impacted Communities by Sue Ann Corell Sarpy

My name is Sue Ann Corell Sarpy, Principal of Sarpy and Associates, LLC and Program Chair of the Disaster and Emergency Management Evaluation (DEME) TIG.  This week, contributions represent research and practice in DEME encompassing a national and international scope.  This week starts with an evaluation study I conducted concerning resiliency training for workers and …

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Miki Tsukamoto on Using Video as a Tool to Capture Baseline Surveys

Greetings AEA365! My name is Miki Tsukamoto and I am a Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Officer at the Planning and Evaluation Department in the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC). What if you had an opportunity to add a human face to baseline surveys and reflect numbers in a more appealing …

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