Joint Evaluation of the Integrated Solutions Model in and Around Kalobeyei, Turkana, Kenya
Evaluation carried out on behalf of Danida and UNHCR, October 2019
The report presents the findings of the evaluation of KISEDP. The purpose of the evaluation was to document lessons learned from a concrete effort to link humanitarian and long-term development assistance in a protracted refugee crisis. The intention was to provide evidence of the potentials and challenges in designing and implementing an integrated solutions model at the nexus between humanitarian and development assistance.
The evaluation concludes that the model is highly coherent with the principles of the New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants and the Comprehensive Refugee Response Framework endorsed by the UN General Assembly in 2016, and has great potential to improve protection and livelihoods for refugees and host communities in and around Kalobeyei. However, the traditional development actors are slow in committing their support, which represents a major risk to the model in the early years of the implementation.
The following annexes to the Evaluation Report can be downloaded as separate PDF files from evaluation.um.dk.
Annex A : Terms of Reference
Annex B : Evaluation Methodology
Annex C : Stakeholders Consulted
Annex D : Document Library
Annex E : Map of Kakuma and Kalobeyei CampsTop