ORS Evaluation

Date:      March 28, 2014



A leading international organization providing humanitarian and development assistance is seeking to hire an organization to conduct a post program evaluation. All financial and technical proposals should be submitted on the following email address: no later than April 22, 2014





Carry out an evaluation of the One Room Shelter Program which was initiated to support the affected population of South Sindh in response to the 2011 floods in Pakistan. The main purpose of the evaluation is to provide insight on the effectiveness, efficiency and appropriateness of the shelter program of IOM against its core objectives.






Severe and widespread flooding in Sindh affected an estimated 5.5 million people during the 2011 monsoon period. Initial assessments found that Umerkhot, Sanghar, Mirpur Khas and Khairpur had the higher average of spontaneous settlements and interviewees indicated significant needs for shelter, kitchen sets and blankets, particularly in spontaneous settlements. In such sites, 82% of the families required shelters. Relatively high numbers of female headed households and/ or children were encountered; 23% of all families in the assessed temporary settlements were headed by women.


Following the strategy successfully developed for durable shelter solutions using vernacular construction methodologies, IOM Pakistan has accomplished the construction of 22,900 units in South Sindh in response to the 2011 floods.

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