Annual Report on Evaluation

Resource date: 2017

In accordance with the revised evaluation policy of UNFPA (DP/FPA/2013/5) and relevant Executive Board decisions, the independent Evaluation Office submits its annual report for 2016. The report presents progress made by the evaluation function, specifically in relation to both the transitional biennial budgeted evaluation plan 2014-2015 and the quadrennial budgeted evaluation plan, 2016-2019, as well as against key performance indicators.
The report presents the lessons learned from corporate evaluations completed in 2016. It sets out how the Evaluation Office contributes to joint evaluation efforts within the United
Nations and to global communities of practice to contribute to strengthening national evaluation capacities.

 

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Periodic Report on Evaluation for 2006-2007

 

DOCUMENTS

  • Annual Report on Evaluation 2016
    Annex I: Corporate evaluations (2016-2018)

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    Annex II: Programme-level evaluations (2016-2017)

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    Annex III: Evaluation coverage (2016-2018)

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    Annex IV: Quality assessment (2015)

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    Annex V: Follow-up of management responses (2012-2016)

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    Annex VI: Monitoring and evaluation human resources

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    Annex VII: Main results of the corporate evaluation of UNFPA support to family planning, 2008-2013

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    Annex VIII: Main results of the corporate evaluation of UNFPA support to adolescents and youth, 2008-2015

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    Annex IX: Main results of the study on Lessons learned from country programme evaluations, 2014-2015

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    Annex X: Implementation of recommendations made in annual report on evaluation for 2014

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    Management Response

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    Statement by Alexandra Chambel, Director ad interim of the Evaluation Office

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    Joint statement by Switzerland on behalf of 15 countries

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