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Papers/Reports | June 5, 2018

Making Sense of Refugee Support: Using narratives (SenseMaker) to evaluate a program to protect and integrate refugees in Ecuador

CRS used SenseMaker™ in evaluating a refugee support project that filled critical gaps in the humanitarian response and integration of Colombian and Venezuelan refugees in Ecuador, as well as assisting vulnerable Ecuadorians. SenseMaker™ is a research method that captures people’s experiences in the form of narratives, and uses them as a springboard for reflection to assign meaning to their shared experiences. The CRS evaluation assessed a pathway from emergency to recovery through scaled, long-term support to refugees and vulnerable Ecuadorians.

One-hour webinar with Maria Veronica Gottret, Nicole Kast and David Leege of CRS.