Briefing Paper: Synthesizing evidence appraisal practices in the humanitarian field

This briefing paper accompanies a full report that synthesizes evidence appraisal practices to inform evidence syntheses in the Humanitarian Evidence Program. It is addressed to all audiences interested in humanitarian evidence, including but not limited to researchers, humanitarian practitioners, and policymakers. The paper helps answer the question, ‘How confident are we in the quality of evidence supporting a finding?’

The full report is available at this link, and the catalog of reviewed evidence appraisal practices can be found here.