Corporate Evaluation of UNFPA support to the prevention, response to and elimination of gender-based violence and harmful practices (2012-2017)

Resource date: 2018

This thematic evaluation assesses UNFPA support to the prevention of, response to, and elimination of gender-based violence and three harmful practices, child marriage, Female Genital Mutilation and son preference, across the Humanitarian-Development-Peace nexus.

Evaluation Quick Facts

The 48 findings of the evaluation are clustered around the following themes, alignment of UNFPA programme with international, regional and national normative frameworks and national needs; contribution to development results; organizational efficiency; sustainability of benefits beyond UNFPA support; humanitarian action; shifting social norms; and advocacy and partnerships.

 

Additional material supporting the evaluation results 

Evaluation Report Volume 2 (annexes)

Terms of Reference

Inception Report

Country Case Study Reports

Guatemala (SP) | India | Palestine | Uganda

Regional Case Study Reports

Asia and the Pacific region | Eastern Europe and Central Asia region

Evaluation Quality Assessment

 


 

 
 
Watch Alexandra Chambel, UNFPA Evaluation Adviser, provide an overview of the evaluation conclusions and recommendations on ending harmful practices. This video was developed for UNICEF and UNFPA Joint Design Workshop for Phase II of the Global Programme to Accelerate Action to End Child Marriage, held in India in February 2019
 
 

 
 
Watch Marco Segone, Director, UNFPA Evaluation Office, present the evaluation to the UNFPA Executive Board in January 2019
 
 

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