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Workshop participants in Vivekanandadagar (Sri Lanka) discuss group work results. [Photo: M. Mylius]

Banyaneer was created to assist organizations in their efforts to reinforce resilience. Firmly believing in the importance of understanding local cultures and practices, we are a network of professional consultants with an in-depth understanding of local contexts as well as practical and analytical expertise.At present, we offer various types of support: first, we conduct baseline surveys and assessments. Properly identifying levels of risk, vulnerability and capacity is crucial for setting the course of programming. Our team makes use of  a rich toolkit, which includes quantitative and qualitative tools (usually we combine methods to ensure robust validity (e.g. VCA and household surveys, using iSurvey and SPSS). The assessment concludes with pragmatic programming recommendations.

Second, our team offers evaluations of programmes to facilitate the replication of what went well and the modification of what did not. This includes mid-term reviews (which allow for immediate course corrections), final evaluations, impact analysis and cost-benefit studies. We are experienced in impact studies based on robust approaches (comparing the ‘before’ and ‘after’ of an intervention between target and control groups). To take a look at an example of a study we prepared, see  “The long road to resilience” (click here).

Third, we now provide on-demand support to project teams. Whether you would like us to review a survey sample or your logframe, whether you have a question on statistics or need an M&E plan: we offer remote or in-country support to address your needs.

In addition, we carry out specific research tasks for humanitarian and development practitioners. If you would like to take a closer look at a particular issue beyond the project cycle, we are there to help. We also have a range of training courses available, and contribute to project design.

Across all aspects of our work, we take pride in providing services that make a difference. With our team of local and international consultants, we deliver products that are based on local knowledge, thorough, practice-oriented, and professionally written.

To give you an impression of our work, take a look at these studies that our clients have published:

Report Breaking the wavesVietnam | Breaking the waves. Impact analysis of coastal afforestation for disaster risk reduction in Viet Nam.

This study examines the impact and cost-effectiveness of a 17-year coastal and riverine afforestation project (mangroves, bamboo, casuarina) at the Red River Delta. It finds that tree-planting brought not just gains for risk reduction, but also surprisingly high direct economic and environmental benefits.   (View report)

Report Long road to resilienceBangladesh | The long road to resilience. Impact and cost-benefit analysis of disaster risk reduction in Bangladesh.

Based on a comparison between project communities and control groups, this analysis of a project that included risk reduction and livelihood support shows that community-based risk reduction can be highly effective. Yet, the report argues that livelihood support should not be limited to increasing the asset base but must raise adaptive capacity at the same time. The cost-benefit analysis also illustrates that an exclusive focus on the most vulnerable limits effectiveness and impact.   (View report) 

Report After the stormMyanmar | After the storm: recovery, resilience reinforced. Final evaluation of the Cyclone Nargis Operation in Myanmar.

A ‘typical’ evaluation – of the IFRC/Myanmar Red Cross operation to rebuild lives and livelihoods from devastation – , the study analyses the efforts based on the OECD/DAC criteria. It highlights ways as to how resilience was strengthened during the recovery process. The study’s recommendations informed the transition to ‘regular’ Red Cross work.   (View report)