التقييم في منظمة الأغذية والزراعة

التقييمات الجارية

عندما تم تأسيس إدارة التقييم في المنظمة عام 1968، دعمت منظمة باستمرار تقييم منهجي لبرامجها ومشاريعها، بصرف النظر عن مصادر تمويلها وبالتالي، أصبح التقييم عنصرا نظاميا وأساسيا في إدارة نظام القائمة على النتائج (RBM) في المنظمة. وفيما يلي وصفا موجزا لتقييمات التي تجري حاليا من قبل مكتب التقييم في المنظمة:

التقييمات الموضوعية والاستراتيجية

تقوم المنظمة بإجراء التقييمات الموضوعية والاستراتيجية بشأن موضوعات أو مجالات عمل محددة على المستويات العالمية، والإقليمية، والقطرية. وذلك لتقيّم مساهمات المنظمة على المستوى الاستراتيجي، وللتأكد من أن البرامج تتماشى مع انجازات المنظمة وأهدافها الاستراتيجية.

FAO’s work in Statistics

FAO’s work in Statistics

  • The evaluation will cover the totality of FAO's work on Statistics since 2012. It will assess FAO's effectiveness and relevance in terms of response to national needs and challenges within the areas of FAO's mandate and comparative advantage. The report will be presented at the 128th Session of the Programme Committee in May 2020.

FAO’s contribution to Zero Hunger (SDG2)

FAO’s contribution to Zero Hunger (SDG2)

At its 125th session, the FAO Programme Committee requested an evaluation of FAO's contribution to Sustainable Development Goal 2 - Zero Hunger (SDG2 evaluation). The evaluation will cover the period from June 2012 to July 2019, examining how FAO has contributed to setting up the 2030 agenda, and how it is positioning itself to address the challenges posed by the 2030 agenda. Within this purpose, the evaluation will aim to provide relevant and timely input into the potential reformulation of the FAO's Strategic Framework, map FAO's past and present work on SDG2-related areas and identify what needs to change for FAO to optimally support SDG2. The evaluation will be presented in two different parts separately at the 128th and 129th Programme Committee, in March and November 2020, respectively. Click here to view the evaluation brief.

عمليات تقييم البرامج القطرية

تهدف تقييمات البرامج القطرية إلى تحديد الدروس المستفادة، وتقديم التوصيات بشأن كيفية تحسين توجيه برامج المنظمة على المستوى القطري)*بما في ذلك المجموعات القطرية أو الأقاليم التي لديها برامج مكافئة(، لجعلها أكثر ملاءمة لاحتياجات البلد، و تعزيز أثر الجهود التنظيمية نحو تحقيقأهداف الأعضاء.

Evaluation of FAO's contributions to the Republic of Uganda

Evaluation of FAO's contributions to the Republic of Uganda

This evaluation assesses the totality of FAO’s cooperation with the Republic of Uganda through the Country Programming Framework (CPF) 2015-2019, including the relevance of its programmes in relation to national needs and challenges, contributions made by FAO to national priorities in the areas of rural and agricultural development and capacity building, and the strategic position of FAO in the country in terms of its comparative advantages, partnerships, and synergies with other development actors. The evaluation is deemed particularly timely given the current efforts of the Country Office to better strategize its response to the refugee crisis. Click here for evaluation brief

Evaluation of FAO's Country Programme in Ethiopia

Evaluation of FAO's Country Programme in Ethiopia

An evaluation of FAO’s Country Programme in Ethiopia will take place in 2019, as a way to take stock of the results achieved so far, strengthen the relevance and effectiveness of FAO’s interventions in the country, and contribute to the formulation of the next country programming framework for Ethiopia. The evaluation will cover the totality of FAO’s cooperation with Government of Ethiopia over the period 2014-2019. This will be the second Country Programme Evaluation conducted by the FAO Evaluation Office in Ethiopia. The evaluation will be finalised during the second half of 2019. Click here for evaluation brief

Evaluation of FAO’s Country Programme in Morocco

Evaluation of FAO’s Country Programme in Morocco

An evaluation of FAO's Country Programme in Morocco will take place from June 2020 to January 2021. The evaluation will cover the totality of FAO’s cooperation with the Government of Morocco over the period 2017-2020 and aims to provide a substantiated analysis of facts concerning FAO’s strategic positioning in Morocco and contributions to the outcomes identified in the Country Programming Framework. Click here for evaluation brief

Region

Country

Expected date of publication

RAF

Ethiopia

2020

RAF

Uganda

2020

RAP

Indonesia

2020

RLC

Colombia

2020

RAF

Sierra Leone

2020

تقييم البرنامج / المشروع

استعرضت هذه التقييمات البرامج والمشاريع الفردية التي يتم تمويلها من موارد من خارج الميزانية أو مجموعات من المشاريع ذات الأهمية الخاصة. كما أنها تدعم صنع القرار للمشاريع المستقبلية.

GEF Projects

Evaluations of FAO-supported projects and programmes that have received grant financing from the Global Environmental Facility (GEF) Trust Fund and other funds managed by the GEF Secretariat.

Final Evaluations

Integrated management of marine and coastal areas of high value for biodiversity in continental Ecuador

Integrated management of marine and coastal areas of high value for biodiversity in continental Ecuador

The report will be finalised in 2020.

Integrated National Monitoring and Assessment System on Forest Ecosystems (SIMEF) in Support of Policies, Regulations and SFM Practices Incorporating REDD+ and Biodiversity Conservation in Forest Ecosystems

Integrated National Monitoring and Assessment System on Forest Ecosystems (SIMEF) in Support of Policies, Regulations and SFM Practices Incorporating REDD+ and Biodiversity Conservation in Forest Ecosystems

The report will be finalised in 2020.

Conservation and Sustainable Use of Agro-biodiversity to Improve Human Nutrition in Five Macro Eco-regions

Governance Strengthening for the Management and Protection of Coastal-Marine Biodiversity in Key Ecological Areas and the Implementation of the Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries (EAF)

Securing Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Use in China's Dongting Lake Protected Areas

Securing Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Use in China's Dongting Lake Protected Areas

The report will be finalised in 2021.

Mid-Term Evaluations

The Coastal Fisheries Initiative Global Partnership

The Coastal Fisheries Initiative Global Partnership

The report will be finalised in 2020.

Non-GEF Projects

Promotion of Climate-smart Livestock Management Integrating Reversion of Land Degradation and Reduction of Desertification Risks in Vulnerable Provinces (copy 1)

Food and Nutrition security Impact, Resilience, Sustainability and Transformation (FIRST)

Food and Nutrition security Impact, Resilience, Sustainability and Transformation (FIRST)

The FIRST Programme is a joint initiative between the EU and FAO, to provide on-demand policy support to selected FAO and EU priority countries and regional bodies (i.e. ECOWAS). The Programme was launched mid-2015 to support governments with strengthening the enabling policy and institutional environment for food security, nutrition and sustainable agriculture. The evaluation aims to inform FAO, the European Commission, and other stakeholders about the programme’s progress and performance towards attaining the expected outputs and outcomes. This evaluation will focus more on assessing the effectiveness, impact as well as the sustainability of achieved results. On a strategic level, the evaluation will inform the evolution of the EU-FAO partnership around food security, nutrition and sustainable agriculture. The report will be finalised in 2020.

Partnership for Sustainable Rice Systems Development in Sub-Saharan Africa

Partnership for Sustainable Rice Systems Development in Sub-Saharan Africa

The project aims to develop sustainable and productive rice systems in Africa to increase food security and enhance sustainable development of the rice food chain among smallholder farmers in the region. The evaluation, covering the period from February 2016 to will document important lessons to identify possible improvements in the design of similar future interventions and will present strategic recommendations in order to, among other purposes, establish project accountability to project stakeholders and contribute to knowledge-building of sustainable rice systems development in Africa through South-South Cooperation. The report will be finalised in 2020.

Proyecto para la Promoción de la Energia Derivada de la Biomasa

Proyecto para la Promoción de la Energia Derivada de la Biomasa

The Project will contribute to (EFECT) increasing the production of energy derived from biomass at local, provincial and national levels to ensure society has a growing supply of renewable, clean, reliable and competitive energy. The result of the project's intervention is the increased participation of biomass as a source of energy generation in the provincial and national energy matrix. The evaluation report of this project will be finalised in 2020.

Réduire la vulnérabilité des moyens d'existence agricoles à travers l'approche «Caisses de Résilience» au Sahel

Réduire la vulnérabilité des moyens d'existence agricoles à travers l'approche «Caisses de Résilience» au Sahel

The project aims to improve the food and nutritional security of vulnerable populations in the intervention regions by strengthening the resilience of their livelihoods to climate hazards. On the one hand, the evaluation will provide an objective and critical assessment of the implementation of the project, covering the period from October 2016 to February 2019, in both countries and to report on the main results achieved to the Governments of Burkina Faso and Mali, the Belgian Embassy, FAO. On the other hand, the evaluation will draw lessons from this experience to contribute to the development of the Caisses de Résilience approach in Burkina Faso and Mali as well as at the regional level and to inform future interventions aimed at strengthening the resilience of vulnerable populations to climate change. The report will be finalised in 2020.

Resilience Evaluations

FAO’s strategic response to the crisis affecting Lake Chad

FAO’s strategic response to the crisis affecting Lake Chad

The Lake Chad basin has been a scene of mounting violence and insecurity. The insecurity caused by the actions of Boko Haram affects the poorest areas of the affected countries, further weakening the social conditions as well as the economies of these countries. This evaluation will assess FAO's responses to the crisis at operational level focusing on the efficiency, effectiveness and sustainability of the responses and to assess the relevance and consistency of the regional approach at strategic level through the Regional Strategy for the Lake Chad Basin crisis. It will cover the period 2015-2018 which allows examining FAO's operations before and after the L3-related operational scale-up in Nigeria and the release of the regional strategy. The report will be finalised in 2020.

Joint Evaluations

Joint Evaluation on "National Programme on Food security (EU-MDG Initiative - Agriculture, food security, rural development and natural resource management)"

Joint Evaluation on "National Programme on Food security (EU-MDG Initiative - Agriculture, food security, rural development and natural resource management)"

The report will be finalised in 2020.