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ALNAP

The Active Learning Network for Accountability and Performance in Humanitarian Action Active Learning Network for Accountability and Performance in Humanitarian Action (ALNAP) was established in 1997, following the multi-agency evaluation of the Rwanda genocide.

ALNAP is a collective response by the humanitarian sector, dedicated to improving humanitarian performance through increased learning and accountability.

A unique network, ALNAP incorporates many of the key humanitarian organisations and experts from across the humanitarian sector. Members are drawn from donors, NGOs, the Red Cross and Crescent, the UN, independents, private sector and academics.

ALNAP uses the broad range of experience and expertise within its membership to produce tools and analysis relevant and accessible to the humanitarian sector as a whole. ALNAP's workplan is aimed at improving humanitarian performance through learning and accountability, and consists of core activities, project activities and linked activities.

ALNAP has a database of evaluative reports available to the public.

Harnessing the Power of Evaluation in Humanitarian Action: An initiative to improve understanding and use of evaluation builds on the experiences and successes of ALNAP members in integrating evaluative evidence into programme design. It makes concrete suggestions as to how organisations can build their ability to use evaluations.