Development and Validation of a Comprehensive Framework for Disaster Evaluation Typologies
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This thesis presents the development and international validation of a unique, unifying comprehensive framework that structures disaster evaluation typologies along the disaster timeline. This Framework improves the validity of disaster evaluation by clarifying various evaluation typologies and strengthens the evidence-base of health interventions delivered in response to disasters. It provides consistent terminology and standards for evaluation and reporting across the different phases of a disaster. This in turn provides comparability to better understand the process, outcomes, and impacts of the efficacy and efficiency of interventions.