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Evaluations/Assessments | February 26, 2019

Preparing to Excel in Emergency Response (PEER) Evaluation Report

With emergencies increasing in frequency and severity around the world, local organizations are often the best placed to respond. To strengthen their capacity, CRS piloted three capacity building models in the Preparing to Excel in Emergency Response project, or PEER. From 2015-2018, the PEER project took place in Lebanon, Jordan, India and Indonesia, and supported 41 diverse Christian, Muslim and Druze local faith-based institutions. Read this final evaluation of the impact of this critical, timely program.

Executive summary and full report are available.