This section offers the latest updates on evaluation in UNODC for your information.

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In-Depth Evaluation: Global Programme on  Paris Pact Initiative Phase IV - A Partnership to Combat Illicit Traffic in Opiates Originating in Afghanistan (GLOY09)

Independent Mid-term In-Depth Evaluation of the Global Programme on  Paris Pact Initiative Phase IV - A Partnership to Combat Illicit Traffic in Opiates Originating in Afghanistan (GLOY09) (March 2018)

Evaluation Report

Evaluation Brief (2-page summary)

In-Depth Evaluation: Global Programme Against Money-Laundering, Proceeds of Crime and the Financing of Terrorism (GPML) (GLOU40)

Independent Mid-term In-Depth Evaluation of the Global Programme Against Money-Laundering, Proceeds of Crime and the Financing of Terrorism (GPML) (GLOU40) (October 2017)

Evaluation Report

Evaluation Brief (2-page summary)

Recent Independent Project Evaluations 

RER/F23 Strengthening drug law enforcement systems for criminal intelligence collection, analysis and exchange

IND/A03: Strengthening Anti-Corruption Institutions in Indonesia" (Forming part of the Sub-Programme 2 on Anti-Corruption of Indonesia Country Programme 2012-2016)

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Fully revised UNODC Evaluation Handbook

Fully revised UNODC Evaluation Handbook published in November 2017 by IEU, UNODC

Please also refer to the IEU Handbook website: here

Download the  Handbook here: UNODC Evaluation Handbook
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Evaluation-based analysis of good practices in UNODC's approach to capacity building published

This is the first analysis of evaluation results between 2011 and 2016 to identify good practices and lessons learned in UNODC projects/programmes' approaches to capacity building. Overall, this report is a technical note that disseminates best practices and lessons learned stemming from evaluation reports to UNODC at large.

Final Report: UNODC/IEU evaluation-based analysis of good practices in UNODC's approach to capacity building

Second UNODC Evaluation Meta Analysis 01/2015-12/2016

This is the second Meta-Analysis of UNODC evaluation findings, covering over 540 recommendations which were issued by more than 70 independent evaluators between January 2015 and December 2016.

Final Report: UNODC/IEU Evaluation Meta-Analysis 2015-2016
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"Evidence Changes Lives: Realizing Evaluation's Potential to Inform the Global Sustainable Development Goals" (external link, please click for the full article)

"UN calls for better evaluation in the post-2015 development agenda" (please click here for the full article; external link: Full article)

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