Evaluation of UNFPA engagement in highly-vulnerable contexts

15 November 2016
Women attend a community meeting in Dame Marie, Haiti. © UNFPA/Eddie Wright

Evaluation of UNFPA engagement in highly-vulnerable contexts

 

The Evaluation Office has launched a clustered country programme evaluation (CCPE) of UNFPA engagement in highly-vulnerable contexts. This is an innovative partnership between the Evaluation Office and six country offices (Bangladesh, DRC, Haiti, Liberia, Myanmar and Nepal).

The Evaluation Office has commissioned an approach paper with the aim of providing a reference framework for all country programme evaluations conducted under the framework of the CCPE and to guide the meta-analysis.

All the relevant information about this evaluation is published here.

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