Strengthening Urban Resilience and Engagement (SURE) Programme
The general objectives of the study are to gather and triangulate evidence and learning emerging from the SURE programme, providing analysis, making recommendations, and documenting key findings for a variety of audiences, facilitate learning exercises and a mentoring scheme in leadership and crisis management and accompany NRCS and BRC in disseminating learning externally within the Disaster Management sector and national/international forums as relevant.
The specific objectives of the study are as follows:
• Address crucial evidence gaps by gathering learning through the programme’s M&E framework and contributing this learning towards addressing evidence gaps as well as commissioning specific pieces of research externally
• Collect evidence to supplement and triangulate data generated through the M&E framework, and where possible contribute to answering the programme’s key learning questions
• Generate recommendations stemming from analysis of evidence gathered and propose these to NRCS and BRC as part of the adaptive management approach
FDM as a learning partner will conduct field work to collect evidence and meta-analysis (total of nine reports and a final consolidated report) and prepare report documenting new processes or areas of work. FDM will also prepare summary information sheets in both English and Nepali (quarterly and annual) and facilitate NRCS / BRC internal and external review meetings and prepare reports.