Lessons learned from UNFPA Country Programme Evaluations

3 June 2017
A mother and her child in front of the Orta Saroy Village Health Care Centre, 2016, UNFPA Uzbekistan, Photograph by Anna Usova
Bringing together the findings of 26 country programme evaluations conducted between 2014 and 2015 and quality-assessed as “good” or higher, this exercise, the second undertaken by the Evaluation Office, represents a continued effort by the Evaluation Office to periodically undertake syntheses. To facilitate use for programming, lessons learned are organized by UNFPA 2014-2017 Strategic Plan outcome areas, with lessons surfaced in several other areas particularly important for organizational learning and strategic development, as well, such as UNFPA engagement in humanitarian settings and the use of a human rights based approach to programming. - See more at: /admin-resource/lessons-learned-unfpa-country-programme-evaluations-2014-2015#sthash.qtqcKToE.dpuf
Bringing together the findings of 26 country programme evaluations conducted between 2014 and 2015 and quality-assessed as “good” or higher, this exercise, the second undertaken by the Evaluation Office, represents a continued effort by the Evaluation Office to periodically undertake syntheses. To facilitate use for programming, lessons learned are organized by UNFPA 2014-2017 Strategic Plan outcome areas, with lessons surfaced in several other areas particularly important for organizational learning and strategic development, as well, such as UNFPA engagement in humanitarian settings and the use of a human rights based approach to programming. - See more at: /admin-resource/lessons-learned-unfpa-country-programme-evaluations-2014-2015#sthash.qtqcKToE.dpuf
Bringing together the findings of 26 country programme evaluations conducted between 2014 and 2015 and quality-assessed as “good” or higher, this exercise, the second undertaken by the Evaluation Office, represents a continued effort by the Evaluation Office to periodically undertake syntheses. To facilitate use for programming, lessons learned are organized by UNFPA 2014-2017 Strategic Plan outcome areas, with lessons surfaced in several other areas particularly important for organizational learning and strategic development, as well, such as UNFPA engagement in humanitarian settings and the use of a human rights based approach to programming. - See more at: /admin-resource/lessons-learned-unfpa-country-programme-evaluations-2014-2015#sthash.qtqcKToE.dpuf

Lessons learned from UNFPA Country Programme Evaluations 2014-2015

Bringing together the findings of 26 country programme evaluations conducted between 2014 and 2015 and quality-assessed as “good” or higher, this exercise, the second undertaken by the Evaluation Office, represents a continued effort by the Evaluation Office to periodically undertake syntheses. To facilitate use for programming, lessons learned are organized by UNFPA 2014-2017 Strategic Plan outcome areas, with lessons surfaced in several other areas particularly important for organizational learning and strategic development, as well, such as UNFPA engagement in humanitarian settings and the use of a human rights based approach to programming

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