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:

Cluster evaluation of FAO’s contribution to the Pastoralist Knowledge Hub

09 April 2020
The Pastoralist Knowledge Hub (PKH), hosted by FAO, brings together pastoralists and the main actors of the sector to foster dialogue and develop policies at the national and global level. FAO supported the Hub in advocacy and policy matters and provided technical support to pastoralists livelihood and resilience. The objective of the evaluation was to assess the extent to which the PKH has enhanced the capacity of pastoralist organizations to participate in and contribute effectively to decision-making. The evaluation found the [...]

Cluster evaluation of “Establishing a hunger-free initiative for West Africa” and “Mainstreaming nutrition in CAADP and agriculture policies and programmes in sub-Saharan Africa”

08 April 2020
Challenges integrating nutrition and the elimination of hunger in agricultural programmes persist, especially in West Africa. Difficulties lie in the lack of overall understanding of the links between agriculture, nutrition and food security, institutional capacity, and coordination amongst key actors to support nutrition-sensitive agricultural policies. The projects (GCP/RAF/476/GER and GCP/RAF/477/GER), implemented by FAO between 2014 and 2017, aimed to address the challenge of mainstreaming nutrition and hunger into agricultural initiatives, especially in the countries of the Economic Community of West African [...]

Final evaluation of "Pursuing pastoralist resilience through improved animal health service delivery in pastoralist areas of Ethiopia"

08 April 2020
Small ruminants are the main source of livelihood for rural agropastoralists in Ethiopia. Transboundary animal diseases (TADs) are a significant cause of reduced production and productivity. TADs like Peste des Petits Ruminants (PPR), Sheep and Goat Pox (SGP) and Contagious Caprine Pleuropneumonia (CCPP) have contributed to a high level of sheep and goat mortality, especially in lambs and kids. The project, implemented by FAO between 2014 and 2020, was designed to support the strengthening of the surveillance system for most [...]

Final evaluation of the project "Sustainable Management of Wildlife and the Bushmeat Sector in Central Africa"

07 April 2020
In a context where a wildlife conservation approach has predominated so far, the project "Sustainable management of wildlife and the bushmeat sector in Central Africa" ​​seeks to demonstrate that participatory wildlife management can be a viable strategy for conserving the functions, integrity and biodiversity of the forest ecosystem, as well as improving the livelihoods of local communities in the Congo Basin. The evaluation concluded that certain advances have helped consolidate the transition from the conservation paradigm to the one combining [...]

Final evaluation of "Support to the implementation of the Amazon ecosystem-based conservation vision to the benefit of local communities and the preservation of ecosystem services in the Amazon region"

01 April 2020
The Amazon biome is the largest tropical ecosystem in the world, covering 6% of the surface of the planet. It is home to 34 million people, 10% of the world’s biodiversity, and plays a vital role in regulating the global climate. To support the community of park directors of the Amazon’s protected areas (REDPARQUES) and to ensure their effective and collaborative protection, between 2014 and mid 2019, FAO implemented the ‘Integration of the Areas Protected from the Amazon Biome’ (IAPA) [...]

Mid-term evaluation of the project “Sustainable forest management under the authority of Cameroonian councils”

30 March 2020
The main objective of the project "Sustainable forest management under the authority of Cameroonian councils" is to reduce deforestation and forest degradation in council forests in order to improve biodiversity conservation, reduce emissions and enhance carbon stocks, and improve livelihoods of local communities. This objective will be achieved through empowering councils to better manage their forests by improving their technical skills and tools to implement SFM practices, assess and monitor biodiversity, restore degraded forest areas, measure and monitor carbon stocks, and [...]

تقييم مساهمة الفاو في جورجيا

23 March 2020
تنتمي جورجيا إلى الشريحة الدنيا من البلدان المتوسطة الدخل، ا في الزراعة. ً في المئة من سكانها الناشطين اقتصادي39ويعمل غير أن إمكانات الزراعة مقيدة بفعل الإنتاجية المنخفضة والتنمية غير الكافية لخدمات الإرشاد في البلاد. وتماشياً مع أولويات التنمية الوطنية لجورجيا، أسدى برنامج الفاو المشورة التقنية وفي ، ما ساهم في تطوير 2016مجال السياسات ذات الصلة منذ العام الإستراتيجيات الوطنية، والأطر المؤسسية، والسياسات والخطط FIRST.هنايمكنك مشاهدة فيديو تمهيدي قصير من إعداد مكتب التقييم لغرض التدريب الداخليذات الصلة. كما اضطلعت المنظمة بدور [...]

Final evaluation of ''Demonstration project for the decontamination of Persistent Organic Pesticides contaminated soils using non-thermal treatment methods''

28 February 2020
Since the 1980s, pesticides have been used in Botswana for agricultural production and to help control outbreaks of pests. Large quantities of unused pesticides remained in depots where they leaked from their containers and contaminated the soil, posing a threat to both human and environmental health. While the accumulation of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) in Botswana has fallen through awareness of the problem raised by past projects, it remains an ongoing problem. From 2008 to 2016, the project ''Demonstration project [...]

Terminal evaluation of the project “Decision support for mainstreaming and scaling up of sustainable land management”

28 February 2020
Land degradation reduces food productivity and security, disrupts vital ecosystem functions and increases carbon emissions and vulnerability to climate change. 52 percent of the land used for agriculture worldwide is estimated to already be affected. Studies indicate that land degradation directly affects 1.5 billion people around the world. Despite the seriousness of the issue, there is still limited access to resources and planning tools for sustainable land management. Between 2015 to 2019, FAO implemented the project ''Decision support for mainstreaming [...]

Evaluation of FAO’s Asia Regional Integrated Pest Management and Pesticide Risk Reduction Programme in the Greater Mekong Subregion

25 February 2020
Global chemical sales are predicted to grow by about 3 percent per year until 2050, the major part of which will take place in Asia. Many countries in Southeast Asia lack the capacity to handle chemicals management and are in great need to develop institutions, legislation, knowledge and awareness around the issues. The programme “Towards a Non-Toxic Environment in South-East Asia” aimed to reduce health and environmental risks by monitoring, regulating and managing agricultural, industrial and consumer chemicals. This evaluation [...]