II. B. Evaluation Plans
When designing projects or programmes, Project Managers are responsible for consulting already existing Evaluation Plans (Country or Regional Evaluation Plans) to ensure coordination with evaluations that may take place at the same time or in the same geographical or thematic areas.
On a yearly basis, all Units and Section of UNODC Headquarters and Field Offices must prepare the Evaluation Plan, which a list of projects to be evaluated during a particular year, and share the list with IEU. Evaluation Plans provides an overview of the evaluation portfolio by region and country. Please see Evaluation Plan Template.
It is of utmost importance to have up-to-date Evaluation Plans as this enables proper allocation and planning of evaluation resources and capacities within UNODC. Indeed, on the basis of these Evaluation Plans, each Unit, Section and Field Office should plan adequately in advance the time and resources needed for each evaluation to be undertaken under its responsibility, in order to ensure that each exercise is performed in a timely and efficient way.
 2009 ECOSOC Resolution "Support to the development and implementation of regional programmes of the UNODC" (E/CN.7/2009/L.23), and the ECOSOC Resolution generated out of the CCPCJ Session "Support for the development and implementation of an integrated approach to programme development at UNODC" (E/CN.15/2010/L.14).