Independent In-depth Evaluations


Final In-Depth Evaluation of the Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking (UN.GIFT; GLOS83) (June 2014)

ReportEvaluation Brief Please also see the Mid-term In-Depth evaluation Report of UN.GIFT (2011)

In-Depth Evaluation of the UNODC Global Programme on HIV/AIDS 2008-2012 (April 2014)

Evaluation Report Annex; Evaluation Brief

In-depth Evaluation of the Country Programme Promoting the Rule of Law and Publish Health in Pakistan (2010-2015) (April 2014)

Evaluation Report; Evaluation Brief

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

Evaluation Report

In-depth Evaluation of the Country Programme Bolivia (2014)

Evaluation Report (English Ex. Summary; Spanish main body of the text) Evaluation Brief (English) Evaluation Brief (Spanish)


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.

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

Evaluation Executive SummaryEvaluation Brief The full report will be made available upon request. Please send a request to IES.


Final In-Depth Evaluation of the Legal Advisory Programme (GLO/900)

As the evaluators were only able to provide for a partial deliverable but not a final evaluation report in line with UNODC and UNEG Evaluation Norms and Standards, a decision was taken not to publish the report but only to provide for an Evaluation Brief:  Evaluation Brief

Mid-term In-depth Evaluation of the Afghan Opiate Trade Project

This evaluation report was invalidated by an internal investigation and is therefore not publicly available anymore. A new independent evaluation for the Afghan Opiate Trade Project will be planned in line with UNODC Evaluation Norms and Standards.