Evaluation Briefs

 

Evaluation Briefs

In order to further disseminate the main evaluation findings, outcomes and lessons learned and to communicate the work of IEU to a wider audience, IEU issues a brief of recent In-Depth Evaluation reports, which are distributed to UNODC staff at Headquarters and in Field Offices, donors and evaluation offices of entities within the United Nations system.

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Evaluation Briefs 2014

Final In-Depth Evaluation of the Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking (UN.GIFT)

Evaluation Brief

Evaluation Report

Mid-term In-Depth Evaluation of the UNODC Country Programme Pakistan

Evaluation Brief

Evaluation Report

 

In-Depth Evaluation of the UNODC Global Programme on HIV/AIDS (2008-2012)

Evaluation Brief

Evaluation Report

Annexes

Evaluation Briefs 2013

 

In-Depth Evaluation of the UNODC Container Control Programme

Evaluation Brief

Evaluation Report

In-Depth Evaluation of the UNODC Counter Piracy Programme

Evaluation Brief

Evaluation Report

 

 

 
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Disclaimer

It is the responsibility of IEU to respond to the commitment of the United Nations Evaluation Group (UNEG) in professionalising the evaluation function and promoting a culture of evaluation within UNODC for the purposes of accountability and continuous learning and improvement. Due to the disbandment of IEU and the shortage of resources following its reinstitution, the IEU has been limited in its capacity to produce Evaluation Briefs and Annual Evaluation Reports to the degree anticipated. As a result, the posted Evaluation Briefs, which stem from IEU's former years, may not be in full compliance with all IEU or UNEG guidelines. However, in order to support a transparent and learning environment, all previously produced Evaluation Briefs have been posted and as an on-going process, IEU will continue to produce Evaluation Briefs in the future.

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