Kenya 2018 / floods

This emergency shelter project supported the recovery of 2,000 households displaced by flooding in Kenya by providing shelter, NFI kits and training. Although procurement challenges around the importation of single-use plastics delayed the delivery, the project still managed to achieve its goals in a timely manner. A monitoring and evaluation framework orientated around short-term outcomes was used to monitor the contribution of the project to self-recovery processes. The data gathered at distributions enabled the implementation team to learn and improve project delivery.