Quadrennial budgeted evaluation plan, 2016-2019

DP/FPA/2015/12

Resource date: 2015

The budgeted evaluation plan is in accordance with the revised evaluation policy approved by the Executive Board in decision 2013/21, and is aligned with paragraphs 174 and 175 of General Assembly resolution 67/226 on the quadrennial comprehensive policy review of operational activities for development of the United Nations system.
The purpose of the budgeted evaluation plan, 2016-2019, is to provide a coherent framework to guide the commissioning, management and use of evaluations at all levels of UNFPA; and to provide a basis for monitoring and reporting on UNFPA evaluation results.
The plan should be viewed as flexible and responsive to the changing context and emerging priorities. In order for the plan to support a balanced approach between strategic coverage and utility of evaluation, it is proposed that the plan cover four years, divided into two two-year periods. Firm proposals are presented for 2016-2017, and indicative proposals for 2018-2019. The plan will be reviewed and updated in 2017 to ensure it is fully aligned with the next UNFPA strategic plan and budget cycle.

Presentation of the Quadrennial budgeted evaluation plan to the Executive Board (1 September 2015)

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  • Quadrennial budgeted evaluation plan
    Annex 1. Proposed corporate evaluations

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    Annex 2. Proposed programme-level evaluations

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    Annex 3. Corporate evaluations. Selectivity analysis for major thematic, institutional and programme evaluations

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    Statement by Ms. Andrea Cook, Director of the Evaluation Office, UNFPA

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    Statement by Ms. Kate Gilmore, Deputy Executive Director, UNFPA

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    Statement by Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin, Executive Director, UNFPA (page 12)

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    Statement of Iceland on behalf of Denmark, Finland, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland and Iceland

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    Statement of Switzerland (page 3)

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    Statement of United States of America (page 2)

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