Architecture supporting the operationalisation of the UNFPA Strategic Plan

2 June 2017

Architecture supporting the operationalisation of the UNFPA Strategic Plan (2014-2017)

The primary purpose of the evaluation was to feed into the preparation of the new UNFPA strategic plan with independent evaluative evidence and lessons learned, specifically related to the elements of the architecture supporting its operationalisation. This evaluation was one among several sources of information that contributed to the development of the new strategic plan. It focused on macro-level issues within the defined scope and provided recommendations at the same level. The primary purpose of the evaluation was to feed into the preparation of the new UNFPA strategic plan with independent evaluative evidence and lessons learned, specifically related to the elements of the architecture supporting its operationalisation. This evaluation was one among several sources of information that contributed to the development of the new strategic plan. It focused on macro-level issues within the defined scope and provided recommendations at the same level.

The primary purpose of the evaluation was to feed into the preparation of the new UNFPA strategic plan with independent evaluative evidence and lessons learned, specifically related to the elements of the architecture supporting its operationalisation. This evaluation was one among several sources of information that contributed to the development of the new strategic plan. It focused on macro-level issues within the defined scope and provided recommendations at the same level.

The evaluation is now complete and the following evaluation products are available:

  • Evaluation report and annexes (Volume I and Volume II)
  • Evaluation Executive Summary
  • Management Response

All relevant information about this evaluation is published here.

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