Mid-Term Evaluation of the UNFPA Supplies Programme (2013-2020)

Resource date: 2018

 

 

The mid-term evaluation assesses the progress made in the implementation of the UNFPA Supplies Programme from 2013 to 2017, and covers all 46 focus countries of the programme. The evaluation results are clustered around strengthening the enabling environment for promoting family planning as a priority intervention; addressing demand and improving access to quality reproductive health; addressing gender equality and social inclusion; improving efficiency of procurement; bolstering programme coordination and management and strengthening UNFPA Supplies in humanitarian situations. 

The evaluation recommendations were co-authored by the Evaluation Reference Group, based on the independent conclusions of the report. This participatory approach maintained throughout the evaluation process was instrumental in ensuring that the results of the mid-term evaluation will have a meaningful and practical impact on the operation of UNFPA Supplies as it moves towards 2020.

Use of evaluation results

Since the release of the evaluation, UNFPA Supplies has applied the lessons learned to strengthen the programme. In this video, Louis Charpentier (Evaluation Manager) and Gifty Addico (Chief, Commodity Security Branch) provide more information on the use of evaluation results to expand access to family planning.

 

Additional material supporting the evaluation

Country Case Study Reports (Nigeria, Sierra Leone, the Lao People’s Democratic Republic, the Sudan)

Volume 2 of the Evaluation Report (Annexes)

Inception Report

Terms of Reference

Evaluation Quality Assessment

Assessment of the human-rights based approach to family planning at UNFPA

 

 

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