Evaluation Reports: Europe and West/Central Asia

This page contains only evaluation reports published after 2014


PROGRAMMATIC INDEPENDENT IN-DEPTH EVALUATIONS

Independent formative In-depth evaluation of the Western Balkans Counter-Serious Crime Initiative (WBCSCi) in the context of the Integrative Internal Security Governance (IISG) mechanism including the European Union action: "Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance (IPA II) Multi-Country Action Programme 2017 - Support to the Western Balkan Integrative Internal Security Governance"

Final Evaluation Brief (2-pager)

2019

Formative

n/a

In-depth thematic cluster evaluation of Law Enforcement and Border Control in Central Asia (Sub-programme XAC/Z60 and projects TAJ/E24, TAJ/H03, RER/H22, and XAC/K22)

Evaluation Brief (2-pager)

2018

Thematic

SDG 3, 5, 11, 15, 16

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

Evaluation Brief

2015

Final

n/a

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

2015

Mid-term

n/a

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

Evaluation Brief

2014

Mid-term

n/a

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

2014

Mid-term

n/a

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INDEPENDENT PROJECT EVALUATIONS

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

2018

Final

SDG 16

UZB/U57 Umbrella project in support to the implementation of ROCA Program

2018

Final

SDG, 5, 16

KGZ/K50 Strengthening the Counter Narcotics Service of the Interior Ministry of the Kyrgyz Republic (final evaluation report)

2017

Final

XCE/A01 OFID/UNODC Partnership on Effective HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care among Vulnerable Groups In Central Asia and Eastern Europe -Phase II ( final evaluation report )

2017

Final

KGZ/T90 Criminal Justice Programme in the Kyrgyz Republic

2017

Final

RER/V07 - Special Segment: Improving the Capacity of the National Police of Afghanistan and of Central Asian countries to tackle Drug Trafficking

2016

Mid-term

TKM/X57 Strengthening Customs service and other law enforcement agencies' capacity in implementing border and trade control, in particular, strategic export/import control regimes under counterterrorism related international instruments

2016

Final

KGZ/K50 Strengthening the State Service on Drug Control of the Kyrgyz Republic - Phase I

2016

Mid-term

XAC/K22 Countering the trafficking of Afghan opiates via the northern route by enhancing the capacity of key border crossings points (BCPs) and through the establishment of Border Liaison Offices (BLOs)

2015

Mid-term

RER/E29 Precursor Control in Central Asia (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan) and Azerbaijan

2015

Final

KGZ/T90 Criminal Justice Programme in the Kyrgyz Republic

2015

Mid-term

XAP/U59 Partnership Against Transnational-Crime through Regional Organized Law-Enforcement (PATROL)

2014

Final

XAC/X44 Strengthening the capacity of the Central Asian Republics to protect and assist victims of human trafficking and smuggling migrants, especially women and children, in partnership with NGO and civil society actors.

2014

Final

XEE/T93 Assessment of corruption and crime in the Western Balkans

2014

Final

XAC/X50 Strengthening Criminal Justice Capacities of Central Asian Countries to Counter Terrorism in Compliance with principles of Rule of Law

2014

Final

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OTHER TYPES OF EVALUATION

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

Evaluation Executive Summary

Evaluation Brief

PILOT EVALUATION: PROGRAMME PARTICIPATORY SELF-EVALUATION

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 send a request to IES.

2014

Mid-term (pilot Programme Participatory Self- Evaluation)

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