Impact/Learning Docs Archive - Page 3 of 5 - GOAL Global Skip to content

Impact & Learning

GOAL has a strong commitment to learning and knowledge sharing and takes an integrated, systems approach to our work, recognising that single solutions are rarely adequate to deal with the complexity of the challenges faced.

Underpinning this approach is a focus on the development of our monitoring, evaluation accountability, and learning activities, using the evidence and data from our programme work to inform our strategy, decision making and contribution to the wider field of humanitarian and development work.

As part of our approach to learning and knowledge sharing, GOAL publishes a selection of its most important learning documents, reports and evaluations online, demonstrating programmatic achievements and learnings, and evidence of transformative change across our programmes.

Where We Work


Impact in Numbers


countries of operation

14.6 million

people supported globally

3.6 million

benefited from access to safe water

2.2 million

people reached through emergency response

Search GOAL Evaluations & Learnings

Filter By



Clear all


Community focal persons for accountability, Zimbabwe (2022)


Partnership effectiveness evaluation, South Sudan (2022)


Evaluation of the multisector RESTORE II project, Syria (2022)


Using digital platforms for agriculture, health and nutrition, Niger (2022)


Expanding Social Behaviour Change (SBC) boundaries to improve food & nutrition security, Niger (2022)


Nutritionally improved & climate adapted seeds & storage technology, Niger (2022)


Project level risk assessment, Syria (2022)


Growing a community feedback mechanism – Lessons from GOAL Turkey (2022)


Evaluating the Irish Aid Programme Fund (2022)


Learnings from cash grant support to small & medium food shops, Syria (2022)


Barrio Resiliente – building resilient cities through resilient neighbourhoods, Honduras (2022)


GOAL clinical mentorship pilot project in Kenema District, Sierra Leone (2022)


49 Results

Evidence-based learning and accountability

GOAL is committed to having a culture of evidence-based learning and accountability. We have strong and robust Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) functions at HQ and country levels to support this.

The MEAL function systematically tracks and reports programme results to GOAL and our donors as well as supporting evidence-based strategic planning, innovation and organisational growth and adaption. MEAL drives programme quality through a mix of result-based and adaptive management, enabling the most effective use of funds to address the challenges facing vulnerable communities.

We welcome queries and comments on these or any of our wider work. To get in touch, please email

I&L small