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Evaluations/Assessments | July 20, 2007

Joint Evaluation of Responses to the Yogyakarta Earthquake

from CARE, CRS, Save the Children and World Vision

CRS, CARE, Save the Children, and World Vision Indonesia responded independently to the earthquake in Yogyakarta on May 27, 2006. But the agencies came to believe that a joint evaluation of their independent responses would demonstrate greater accountability and produce results that would be taken more seriously. This report is the outcome of that joint evaluation.


  • The Joint Evaluation Team, Field Work Locations and Methods

  • Structure of the Report

  • The Yogyakarta Earthquake Emergency Context

  • The Emergency and Recovery Programs of CARE, CRS, SC, and WVI

  • The Response by These Agencies Was Largely Considered Appropriate

  • Agency Activities Contributed to Impacts

  • Activities Implemented by These Agencies and Other Actors Helped People and Their Communities to Recover

  • Accountability to Local People Was Mostly Well Done

  • Some Good Practice on Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Is Found

  • Agencies Were Prepared to Respond Because of Mount Merapi

  • The Joint Evaluation Process Had a Number of Advantages

  • Annexes