Tsunami Monitoring

South and South-East Asia - Indonesia

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The “Tsunami Monitoring” project was a two-and-a-half year, USD 1M initiative (2007-2009) undertaken with the financial support of the Government of Canada provided through Global Affairs Canada (GAC). The initiative monitored the agency’s post-tsunami rehabilitation and reconstruction program in the Aceh Province, comprising 22 major projects and numerous sub-projects in the following sectors: peacebuilding through community involvement; local government and civil society strengthening; infrastructure, particularly housing, schools and health facilities; livelihoods; and gender equality. Project monitoring and the rollup to program level, as well as the multi-country Strategic Results Framework, relied on the identification and measurement of Key Performance Indicators. In the complex program environment, combining post-tsunami rehabilitation and reconstruction with post-conflict peacebuilding required the identification of Indonesia’s most vulnerable groups among not only the victims of the tsunami but also internally displaced persons and returning refugees. Cowater monitored the effectiveness with which the needs of vulnerable groups were being met. Poverty data analysis, poverty impact assessment, and conflict sensitivity analysis and research were additionally undertaken as part of this multi-project program monitoring assignment.


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