Joint report on the evaluability assessment of the common chapter to the strategic plans of UNDP, UNFPA, UNICEF and UN Women presented at a joint briefing of the Executive Boards

24 July 2020

As a response to a request by the Executive Boards of UNDP, UNFPA, UNICEF and UN Women, the evaluation offices of the four agencies managed a joint evaluability assessment of the common chapter to the strategic plans of the four entities, ‘ Working together to support implementation of the 2030 Agenda’.

The purpose of the joint evaluability assessment was to establish the feasibility of a full evaluation that would assess both the results of the common chapter’s implementation and the processes that have led to these achievements. The evaluability assessment also intended to collect information on the status of cooperation among the four organizations, create a baseline, and shed further clarity on the operationalization of the common chapter by looking at the extent to which it has influenced how the four organizations work together in programme and operations to leverage results at country level.

The joint evaluability assessment report was presented to the Executive Boards of the four agencies during a joint briefing of the Executive Boards on 18 May 2020.

The evaluability assessment report and additional details are available here.

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