Evaluation Reports: Country/Regional Programmes

This page contains only evaluation reports published after 2014

   

PROGRAMMATIC INDEPENDENT IN-DEPTH EVALUATIONS

Regional Programmes

Regional Programme on Drug Control, Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Reform in the Arab States (2011-2015)

Evaluation Brief (2-page document)

 

2015

   Final

 

Regional Programme for Eastern Africa - "Promoting the Rule of Law and Human Security in Eastern Africa"

 

2015

   Final

 

Regional Programme for South Eastern Europe (2012-2015) (XCE/U60)

Evaluation Brief (2-page document)

 

2015

   Final

 

Regional Programme West Africa (2010-2015) - "Supporting the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Political Declaration on the Prevention of Drug Abuse, Illicit Drug Trafficking and Organized Crime in West Africa, adopted at the thirty-fifth Ordinary Session of the Authority of Heads of State and Government of ECOWAS"

 

2015

   Final

 

Regional Programme for Afghanistan and Neighbouring Countries (2011-2015)

 

2015

   Mid-term

 

UNODC interventions in Central America (2009-2013)

 

2015

   Final

 

Country Programmes

MMR/Z39: Sustainable Livelihoods and Development in Myanmar 2014- 2019 - Sub-Programme 5 (Mid-term Independent Project Evaluation) Evaluation Brief (2-pager)

 

 2018

   Mid-term 

 SDG 1,2,5,8,9,10,15

National Integrated Programme Paraguay (2011-2014)

 

2015

   Final

 

Country Programme Promoting the Rule of Law and Public Health in Pakistan (2010-2015)Evaluation Brief

 

2014

   Mid-term

 

Country Programme of the Islamic Republic of Iran (2011-2015)

 

2014

   Mid-term

 

Country Programme Bolivia (in Spanish; Executive Summary in English)
Evaluation Brief (English); Evaluation Brief (Spanish)

 

2014

   Mid-term

 

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OTHER TYPES OF EVALUATION

Programme Participatory Self-Evaluation of the Country Programme Afghanistan (2012-2015)

Evaluation Executive Summary; Evaluation Brief

Initially designed as an In-depth Evaluation (IDE) of the Afghanistan Country Programme, the IDE could not take place due to security and administrative constraints. At the risk of not undertaking a mid-term evaluation at all, there remained a short window of opportunity for the Independent Evaluation Section (IES) to adapt and devise a dedicated methodology for a programme of this scope: the Programme Participatory Self-Evaluation (PPSE) methodology. The full report will be made available upon request. Please contact us.

 

2014

   Mid-term     (pilot       Programme   Participatory   Self-   Evaluation)

 

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