Emergency and rehabilitation projects
The project cycle for emergency and rehabilitation projects has seven phases:
- Appraisal, clearance and contracting
- Implementation, monitoring and reporting
- Evaluation and verification
- Final reporting, operational and financial closure
This cycle rests on two important principles:
- The phases of the cycle are progressive – each phase should be completed for the next to be tackled with success.
- New programming and project identification draws on the results of monitoring and evaluation, as part of a continuing process of feed-back and institutional learning.
For ECHO-related issues, please contact Angela Hinrichs, firstname.lastname@example.org.
For all other EU-related issues, please contact Bart van Ommen, email@example.com
See also ECHO’s distance learning course
ECHO and UN - All you need to know to work together