Evaluation of the UNFPA response to the Syria crisis (2011-2018)

Resource date: 2019

 
Watch Hicham Daoudi, UNFPA Evaluation Advisor, outline key highlights of the evaluation

This evaluation is an independent assessment of the UNFPA overall response to the Syria humanitarian crisis including its contribution to the Whole of Syria approach. The evaluation particularly draws lessons from UNFPA past and current Syria humanitarian crisis responses and recommends the way forward for future humanitarian responses, both in the sub region and elsewhere.

The evaluation covers all UNFPA humanitarian interventions targeting populations affected by the conflict in Syria from 2011 to 2018, both within Syria and in neighbouring countries (Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey).

 
 
The 29 findings of the evaluation relate to the evaluation's ten questions, clustered around key evaluation criteria such as relevance, coverage, cordination, coherence, connectedness, efficiency and effectiveness.  
 
 
Watch presentation of the evaluation to the Executive Board annual session 2019

 

Additional material supporting the evaluation results are available here.

Volume 2 (annexes)

Country notes

Syria | Iraq | Jordan | Lebanon | Turkey 

Case studies

Regional Response Hub | Cross-Border Interventions 

Inception Report

Terms of Reference

Evaluation Quality Assessment

DOCUMENTS

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