Dmytro Kondratenko is a Ukrainian M&E expert with ten years of experience in Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning and six prior years of experience in policy research and analyses and developmental project management. Dmytro chaired the Ukrainian Evaluation Association from 2018 to 2020 and was in charge of the M&E unit in Caritas Ukraine, from 2018 to 2023. Dmytro is experienced in external evaluations and other consultancy assignments, with more than ten evaluations in humanitarian aid, developmental assistance, localization and partnership strategies, and several research and organizational development consultancies. He also has experience in conducting quantitative and qualitative field research in fragile and conflict locations.
II-d: Evaluating Humanitarian Action: Steps, Challenges, and Real-time Learning
What sets apart evaluations of humanitarian action? This workshop offers an overview of the critical steps and challenges in evaluating humanitarian action and how to address them; a deep dive into real-time learning-oriented evaluation, using case studies from Ukraine and elsewhere; practitioner insights into the ethical aspects of humanitarian evaluation; and cross-cutting considerations for evaluations, including accountability to affected persons and localization.
Instructor(s)Dmytro Kondratenko, Hana Abul Husn, Margie Buchanan-Smith
Recommended forEvaluators, Management, Commissioners, Practitioners
LevelIntroductory to intermediate