التقييم في منظمة الأغذية والزراعة

تقييمات أنجزت مؤخرا

التقييمات في منظمة الأغذية والزراعة تقييم الأنشطة والمشاريع والبرامج والاستراتيجيات والسياسات وتوفر المعلومات المستندة إلى أدلة ذات مصداقية ; موثوقة بها، ومفيدة لإدراجها في الوقت المناسب في عمليات اتخاذ وصنع القرار. وفيما يلي وصفا موجزا لعمليات التقييم المختلفة التي أجريت مؤخرا لبرامج ومشاريع منظمة الأغذية والزراعة:

Mid-term evaluation of “Participatory assessment of land degradation and sustainable land management in grassland and pastoral systems”

27 July 2020
Grasslands and rangelands make an important contribution to the maintenance of an ecosystem’s function and biodiversity. Degradation is one of the main problems faced by these resources globally. In 2017, FAO began implementing the project in pastoral areas of Burkina Faso, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Niger, and Uruguay with the aim to strengthen the capacity of local and national stakeholders in assessing land degradation and promoting sustainable land management. The “Participatory Assessment of Land Degradation and Sustainable Land Management in Grassland and [...]

Evaluation of FAO’s contribution to the Smallholder Commercialisation Programme and to the Global Agriculture and Food Security Programme in Sierra Leone

08 July 2020
The Smallholder Commercialization Program in Sierra Leone aims to empower rural communities to increase their food security and income on a sustainable basis. The evaluation covered FAO’s contribution to the program between 2012 and 2018. FAO’s contribution focused on intensifying production through the implementation of farmer field schools (FFSs), improving commercialisation by supporting agricultural business centres (ABCs) and enhancing technical capacity of district agricultural offices and the Programme Management Unit at central level. Knowledge was succesfully transfered to farmers and national [...]

Evaluation of FAO’s country programme in Lebanon 2016-2019

02 July 2020
Lebanon is an upper-middle income country with a population of 4.5 million people. The agriculture sector in Lebanon is an important contributor to the livelihood of poor and vulnerable populations, including 1.5 million Syrian refugees hosted in the country. FAO prudently integrated the donor priority and the government priority by designing the resilience programme to support host communities, with emphasis on vulnerable farmers. FAO’s resilience programmes addressed both emergency and longer term development needs through interventions directly supporting small-scale farmers [...]

Evaluation of the project “Capacity Development for Agricultural Innovation Systems (CDAIS)”

30 June 2020
“Capacity development for agricultural innovation systems”, implemented by FAO and Agrinatura from 2015 to 2019, supported the Tropical Agriculture Platform (TAP) to improve the global coherence of capacity development for agricultural innovation. The project contributed to developing a common framework for a practical approach to capacity development for agricultural innovation, and piloted its application across eight countries. The approach is based on soft skills and the importance of process, as opposed to the mainstream paradigm based on developing technology and [...]

Final evaluation of the project "Promotion of sustainable land management"

24 June 2020
The evaluation of the “Promotion of sustainable land management” project shows the innovative and integrative nature of the Territorial Management Model proposed to promote sustainable land management in semi-arid areas of Mexico. The model, which was based on the convergence of multisectoral and three-level government policies in a common goal, stands out for its effectiveness. The project contributed to the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals 2 and 12, through the application of agricultural practices that increase productivity and progressively improve [...]

Final evaluation of “Conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity, forests, soil and water to achieve Good Living/Sumac Kawsay in the Napo Province (FSP)”

24 June 2020
The project aimed to promote the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity, reverse land degradation and deforestation and increase and improve the supply of goods and services from agriculture, livestock, and forestry in the province of Napo. The project has achieved adequate support for different productive and conservation activities; an initial impact on the conservation of forests and soils and on the restoration of areas of the natural ecosystem in Napo and; generated a net benefit, whether economic or social, [...]

Evaluation of FAO's statistical work

10 June 2020
The evaluation of FAO’s statistical work examines the relevance and the effectiveness of statistics in the era of “leave no one behind”. It appraises the progress made by FAO and the challenges faced in establishing functional statistical governance, providing quality statistics, and adopting sustainable capacity development at the global, regional and country level. The evaluation found that statistics remain core to FAO’s overall work. Members demand for data to support SDG indicator implementation and the use of statistics in policy-making has [...]

Terminal evaluation of the project “Reducing vulnerability and increasing adaptive capacity to respond to impacts of climate change and variability for sustainable livelihoods in agriculture sector in Nepal”

30 April 2020
Nepal's agriculture sector faces many climate related hazards including floods, draught, pests and diseases, deforestation and desertification. Improved farming techniques based on resilience to climate change and extreme weather patterns are required to be integrated into agriculture sectorial policies, plans, programmes and local actions. Between October 2015 and September 2019, FAO implemented a project to support Nepal’s agriculture sector by promoting urgent and immediate adaptation measures outlined in the National Adaptation Programme of Action (NAPA). The project has contributed to the [...]

Terminal evaluation of “Reducing greenhouse gas emissions by promoting community forestry, removing barriers to sustainable biomass energy, and laying the groundwork for climate change mitigation in Afghanistan”

30 April 2020
Afghanistan’s high diversity of rangeland and forest ecosystems provide valuable goods and services for local communities. Unsustainable land and resource management practices, as well as climate changes, are accelerating the degradation of these ecosystems and affecting local livelihoods. FAO recognizes community based natural resource management (CBNRM) and Sustainable Biomass Energy Systems (SBES) as potential tools to address these issues, and implemented the project in the Parwan and Nangarhar provinces between August 2016 and July 2019. The evaluation presents the results [...]

Mid-term evaluation of "Integrated management of marine and coastal areas of high value for biodiversity in continental Ecuador"

30 April 2020
Continental Ecuador is characterized by a high diversity of marine and coastal ecosystems, including nesting beaches for four species of sea turtles and extensive mangrove areas that provide ecosystem goods and services. The Project, implemented by FAO from 2016 to 2020, seeks to overcome the main threats that affect marine and coastal biological diversity and contribute to improving the livelihoods of communities in these areas. The project is contributing significantly to this last objective by developing fishing management plans and [...]