Lebanon Country Programme Evaluation

Resource date: 2014

The overall purpose of the independent evaluation of the UNFPA 3rd country programme of assistance to the Government of Lebanon is to produce an independent and useful evaluation report, with a view to contributing to the elaboration of the next UNFPA country programme.

More specifically, the objectives of the evaluation are:

  • to provide the UNFPA country office in Lebanon, national programme stakeholders, the UNFPA Arab States regional office, UNFPA headquarters as well as the wider audience with an independent assessment of the relevance and performance of the UNFPA third country programme for Lebanon;
  • to provide an analysis of how UNFPA has positioned itself to add value in an evolving national development context;
  • to draw key lessons from past and current cooperation and provide a set of clear and forward-looking options leading to strategic and actionable recommendations for the next programming cycle.

The evaluation will cover all activities (including soft aid activities) planned and/or implemented during the period 2010-2013 within each programme component (reproductive health and rights, population and development and gender equality). Besides the assessment of the intended effects of the programme, the evaluation also aims at identifying potential unintended effects.

As a complement to the assessment of the three programme components, the evaluation team will also conduct an assessment of the programme monitoring and evaluation system.


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