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    CENTER OF RESOURCES FOR INNOVATION AND DEVELOPMENT University of San Agustin, Iloilo City, July 2017

    TYPHOON HAIYAN RESPONSE PROGRAM

    SUMMATIVE EVALUATION REPORT

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    ANNEXES .................................................................................................................................. 3 LIST OF TABLES ....................................................................................................................... 3 LIST OF BOXES ........................................................................................................................ 3 LIST OF ACRONYMS ................................................................................................................ 4 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ........................................................................................................... 6 1.0 INTRODUCTION.................................................................................................................12

    1.1 Background ...................................................................................................................12 1.2 Program Log Frame ......................................................................................................13 1.3 Objectives of the Evaluation ..........................................................................................14 1.4 Evaluation Approach and Methodology .........................................................................14 1.5 Report Organization ......................................................................................................16

    2.0 OVERALL ACHIEVEMENT OF RESULTS ..........................................................................17 2.1 Goal: Affected communities (men, women, boys and girls in Region 6 and 8) have recovered, built back safer and have increased resilience ..................................17 2.2 Objective: The most vulnerable affected household's (men, women, boys and girls) and communities have diversified, productive and sustainable livelihoods ...19 2.3 Objective: CARE's partner organizations and women have increased their capacity to support and maintain sustainable livelihoods ...........................................26

    3.0 PROGRAM PERFORMANCE .............................................................................................30 3.1 Effectiveness .................................................................................................................30 3.2 Relevance .....................................................................................................................32 3.3 Efficiency .......................................................................................................................33 3.4 Sustainability .................................................................................................................35 3.5 Program Delivery ...........................................................................................................38 3.6 Integration of Gender Equality .......................................................................................41 3.7 Disaster Risk Reduction ................................................................................................43 3.8 Partnership Strategy ......................................................................................................45

    4.0 LESSONS LEARNED .........................................................................................................49 5.0 RECOMMENDATIONS ......................................................................................................51

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    ANNEXES

    Annex 1. Terms of Reference for the Evaluation .......................................................................56 Annex 2. Evaluation Work Plan with Timetable .........................................................................63 Annex 3. Result Indicator Tracking Matrix .................................................................................65 Annex 4. Data Collection Tools (FGD Guide and Survey Form) ................................................74 Annex 5. List of Individuals, Stakeholders Groups, and Communities Interviewed ....................83 Annex 6. Relevant Maps and Tables .........................................................................................90 Annex 7. Short Biography of the Evaluation Team ...................................................................94

    LIST OF TABLES

    TABLE1. Ownership of Household Assets ...............................................................................91 TABLE 2. Access to Livelihood Assets ......................................................................................91 TABLE 3. Access to Social Services .........................................................................................92 TABLE 4. Strengthened Coping Strategies ...............................................................................92 TABLE 5. Actual vs. Targeted Household Beneficiaries for Food, Shelter and Livelihoods Assistance ................................................................................................................93 TABLE6 . Roles and Level of Confidence of Women Entrepreneurs .........................................93

    LIST OF BOXES

    BOX 1. Helen Bacalso (Ormoc City, Leyte), owner, Olives Goat Milk .....................................20 BOX 2: Plaridel Livelihood Entrepreneurs Association (Barangay Plaridel, Dagami, Leyte) ....22 BOX 3: Fatima Multipurpose Cooperative (Calubian, Leyte) ...................................................27 BOX 4. Calabnian Rootcrop Farmers (Lapaz, Leyte) ..............................................................31 BOX 4. Antique Development Foundation (ADF) ....................................................................36 BOX 6: Maria Samillano and Nelly Pedro (Oloc, Laua-an, Antique) ........................................43 BOX 7: Quezon Jr. United Farmers Association, Barangay Quezon, Ormoc City ....................46

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    LIST OF ACRONYMS

    ACCORD Assistance and Cooperation for Community Resilience and Development, Inc. ADB Asian Development Bank ADF Antique Development Foundation ADH Aktion Deutschland Hilft BBS Build Back Safer BFAR Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources BizFTC Business Fair Trade Consulting CARE Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere C-BED Community-Based Enterprise Development CCA Climate Change Adaptation CEF Community Enterprise Facility CRM Complaints and Response Mechanism DAC Development Assistance Committee DEC Disaster Emergency Committee DFATD Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development DOST Department of Science & Technology DRR Disaster and Risk Reduction DSWD Department of Social Welfare and Development ECHO European Commission Humanitarian Aid ERM Environmental Resources Management FAO Food and Agriculture Organization FGD Focus Group Discussion FMPC Fatima Multi-Purpose Cooperative GOP Government of the Philippines GRDP Gross Regional Domestic Product HAF Humanitarian Accountability Framework HHCT Household Cash Transfer ILO International Labor Organization IGA Income Generating Activity INGO International Non-governmental Organization KII Key Informant Interview LCDE Leyte Center for Development LGU Local Government Unit LMPC Laua-an Multi-Purpose Cooperative M & E Monitoring and Evaluation MAE Ministere des Affaires Etrangeres (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) MEAL Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning MoFA French Ministry of Foreign Affairs NFI Non-food Item NGO Non-government Organization OCCCI Metro Ormoc Community Multi-Purpose Cooperative, Inc. OECD Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development PLW Pregnant and Lactating Women PVDCI Pontevedra Multi-Purpose Cooperative PWD Persons with Disabilities RDI Rural Development Initiatives

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    RRF Rapid Response Fund SDFI Sigmahanon Development Foundation, Inc. SHO Foundation of Dutch Cooperating Aid Organizations SLP Sustainable Livelihood Program SMPC Sara Multi-Purpose Cooperative UDF Uswag Development Foundation UNOCHA United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs VFM Value for Money WEF Women's Enterprise Fund

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    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

    The Program, Typhoon Haiyan Response, is a three-year (November 2013 - December 2016) initiative implemented by CARE Philippines. It supports the emergency relief and recovery of people affected by Typhoon Haiyan that struck the Visayas Region in November 2013. The Program aims to assist affected communities (men, women, boys and girls) in Regions 6 and 8 to recover, build back safer and increase resilience.

    The Program has three phases. Phase 1 is the emergency phase, which covered the period November 2013 to February 2014. Activities were focused on the provision of emergency food, emergency shelter kits (tarps, repair kits), and non-food items. Phase 2 is the early recovery phase, which covered the period February December 2014. Support were focused on self-reco