The health, empowerment and livelihoods programme [HELP], Kailahun, ran from 2004 to 2007. Its overall objectives were: consolidation of peace and stability; establishment of efficient links between relief, rehabilitation and long term development interventions; economic recovery; and sustainable economic and social development. This final evaluation aims to answer four key questions: To what extent have goals and objectives been met? Do beneficiaries now have a better quality of life? What has been learnt to inform future programmes? And how relevant was the programme design?