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PRM-funded Research and Evaluation


PRM supports humanitarian research in order to: (1) promote evidence-based decision making on priority protection, assistance, and durable solution challenges; (2) enhance knowledge and develop guidance and tools to improve the performance of the Bureau and its partners; and (3) disseminate and encourage the use of research findings and recommendations, guidance and tools by other humanitarian stakeholders. Research is instrumental in helping the Bureau and its partners adapt programs and policy engagement to emerging challenges and priorities, including through the development of tools, operational guidance, and best practices. Applying the knowledge and tools gained through research contributes to sound stewardship resources.


Research

-07/15/14   FY 13: Study of Domestic Capacity to Provide Medical Care for Vulnerable Refugees Project (U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants)
-07/15/14   FY 13: Evaluating a Comprehensive Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Services for Vulnerable Refugees (International Medical Corps)
-07/15/14   FY 13: Identifying and Building Local Capacities in Remote Management Settings: The Case of Syria & N. Iraq (Feinstein International Center, Tufts University)
-09/20/13   FY 12: The Impact of Statelessness on Women in Thailand With a Focus On Legal Empowerment and Vulnerability to Human Trafficking
-05/16/13   FY 12: Learning Lessons from Community-Based Child Protection Mechanisms and Their Linkages to Education
-FY 11: Blind Alleys: The Unseen Struggles of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Intersex Urban Refugees in Mexico, Uganda and South Africa
-03/29/13   FY 11: Accessing Services in the City: The Significance of Urban Refugee-Host Relations in Cameroon, Indonesia, and Pakistan (Church World Service)
-03/29/13   FY 11: Refugee Livelihoods in Urban Areas: Identifying Program Opportunities (Tufts University, Feinstein International Center)
-03/29/13   FY 11: Invisible in the City: Protection Gaps Facing Sexual Minority Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Urban Ecuador, Ghana, Israel, and Kenya (Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society)
-04/20/12   FY 11: Developing a Profiling Methodology for Displaced People in Urban Areas (Tufts University, Feinstein International Center)
-04/20/12   FY 11: Economic and Protection Strategies to Assist Urban Refugees (Women's Refugee Commission)
-03/29/13   FY 10: Mainstreaming Urban Refugees in Jordan and Egypt (Georgetown University)
-05/09/12   FY 10: Understanding Hand Washing Behavior in Protracted Refugee Situations (International Rescue Committee)
-02/27/13   FY 10: Satellite Imagery for Rapid Estimation of Displaced Populations: a Validation and Feasibility Study
-05/09/12   FY 10: Aging in Displacement (Johns Hopkins University)
-05/09/12   FY 10: The Cost of Statelessness: A Livelihoods Analysis (Kingston University)

Evaluation

-02/27/13   FY 11: Evaluation of Humanitarian Assistance to Colombian Refugees in Ecuador and Somali Refugees in Kenya: Supporting Protracted Refugees' Livelihoods, Protection Space, and Self-Reliance.
-03/29/13   FY 11: Evaluation of Reintegration and Recommendations for Program Strengthening in Afghanistan (Terra-P)
-03/29/13   FY 08: Impact Evaluation of PRM Humanitarian Assistance for the Repatriation and Reintegration of Burundi Refugees (2003-2008)

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