Final Evaluation: Building Resilient Communities in Fiji Project
This report presents the independent evaluation of the USAID funded Building Resilient
Communities in Fiji (BRCF) project. The evaluation was conducted between September-October
2019 by a three-member evaluation team.
The BRCF project was a three-year project (2016- 2019) worth USD$ 1,278,282, and implemented
by the Fiji Red Cross Society (FRCS). The International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent
Societies (IFRC) managed the project contract agreement. The objective of the BRCF project was to
reduce the vulnerability of communities in the Western, Northern, and Central Divisions of Fiji, while
increasing the capacity of FRCS to support integrated disaster management. To achieve this, the
BRCF project aimed to increase the resilience of communities, enhance organisational and
programming capacity of FRCS, focusing in particular on the capacity at the division and branch
levels, and improve learning and modelling of integrated disaster management programming in Fiji.
Low, Iris; Robinson, Leaine; Hesaie, David
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