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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:

تقييم مساهمة منظمة الأغذية والزراعة في الحد من الفقر في الريف من خلال البرنامج الاستراتيجي

11 May 2017
قيّم هذا التقييم الأهمية الاستراتيجية والتقدم المحرَز في تنفيذ نهج المنظمة الجديد للحد من الفقر الريفي على الصعيد القُطري. وخلص التقييم إلى أن النهج الجديد المتبع في منظمة الأغذية والزراعة، والذي بجانب أعماله الطويلة الأمد في مجال الزراعة القائمة على أصحاب الحيازات الصغيرة يشمل مجالات مثل الحماية الاجتماعية والعمالة الريفية اللائقة، قد بدأ بدعم صياغة استجابات متعددة القطاعات للتعامل مع الحد من الفقر في الريف. واستناداً إلى النجاحات المبكرة، تحتاج المنظمة إلى تعزيز التقدم المحرَز من أجل إظهار فعالية النهج [...]

تقييم التعاون التقني بين حكومة المملكة العربية السعودية ومنظمة الأغذية والزراعة

11 May 2017
كان هذا أول تقييم مستقل شامل للتعاون التقني للمنظمة في المملكة العربية السعودية. وقد درس المواضيع والمشاريع والمجالات ذات الأولوية في التعاون، بما في ذلك النتائج المحققة والشراكات التي تم تشكيلها وجهود تنمية القدرات. ووجد التقييم أن برنامج التعاون التقني ما زال يستجيب للأولويات التي حددتها وزارة البيئة والمياه والزراعة. وكانت الإنجازات كبيرة في بعض المجالات التقنية مثل صحة الحيوان ومصايد الأسماك وتربية الأحياء المائية وإعادة التأهيل البيئي. حيث اتسمت المشاريع بالنجاح الكبير في إنجاز مخرجات كبيرة وتحقيق أهدافها. غير [...]

Final Evaluation of the Programme for Improvement of Irrigation Systems in Kabul, Bamyan and Kapisa Provinces

30 April 2017
This is the Final Evaluation of the Programme for Improvement of Irrigation Systems in Kabul and Bamyan Provinces of Afghanistan (GCP/AFG/071/JPN:USD16.82million), and the Programme for Improvement of Irrigation Systems in Kabul, Bamyan and Kapisa Provinces of Afghanistan (GCP/AFG/077/JPN: USD22.22 million) implemented by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), in collaboration with the Ministry of Energy and Water (MEW) of the Government of Afghanistan. Each project was designed to increase food security by: (a) rehabilitating irrigation infrastructure; (b) build the capacity [...]

Evaluation of FAO’s contribution in the Republic of the Niger

28 April 2017
This evaluation assessed FAO’s strategic positioning in the Republic of the Niger and results achieved in contributing to the three priority areas identified in the Country Programming Framework 2011-2015: strengthening vulnerable populations’ resilience to food and nutrition insecurity; increasing, diversifying and promoting agricultural, pastoral, forestry and fishery production; and developing capacity of institutions in the rural sector. It found that during the period, FAO successfully introduced and facilitated adoption of several innovations and new approaches, including the dissemination of farmer [...]

Evaluation of the project on Strategies for Trawl Fisheries Bycatch Management

12 April 2017
This evaluation assessed activities and achievements of the Strategies for Trawl Fisheries Bycatch Management project from inception in January 2011 to June 2016. It found that the project has achieved many but not all of the intended results across its four components and has contributed to achieving the global environment objective and the project development objective. The project facilitated the capacity development of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, which will serve to support improvements in fisheries management in the [...]

Final evaluation of the project: Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit for Somalia

31 March 2017
The Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit (FSNAU) project was established in 1994. From 2000 onward, the main donors selected the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) to be the implementing agency for FSNAU. The overall objective of the project was to ensure that Somali food, nutrition and livelihood security was strengthened at the household and community level, thereby ensuring greater resilience to shocks such as those caused by conflict, drought, flood, disease or economic crisis. The [...]

Evaluation of FAO’s contribution in the Kyrgyz Republic

09 January 2017
This evaluation assessed FAO’s contribution in the Kyrgyz Republic through each of the priority areas of work under the Country Programming Framework 2015–2017: food security and nutrition, sustainable management of natural resources, climate change and rural poverty reduction. It found that the Country Programming Framework was a comprehensive programme that largely addressed relevant development goals and key development issues of the country. The initiatives have enjoyed high levels of ownership and appreciation from government counterparts and donors. Among these are [...]

Final evaluation of Capacity building for South African Professionals in the Field of Agriculture and Food Security (GCP/RAF/412/SAF)

30 November 2016
This report presents the findings of the final evaluation of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) project GCP/RAF/412/SAF, Capacity-building for South African Professionals in the Field of Agriculture and Food Security (with initial emphasis on International Development Cooperation).The project had two components: i) to capacitate South African professionals in those areas where skills are underdeveloped (e.g. management of international development cooperation, aquaculture, forestry resources and agricultural reform), conduct food security analysis and develop a sector transformation [...]

Evaluation of FAO Strategic Objective 5: Increase the Resilience of Livelihoods to Threats and Crises

03 November 2016
In the FAO’s Reviewed Strategic Framework 2010-19, Strategic Objective 5 (SO5) was dedicated to “increase the resilience of livelihoods to threats and crises”. This evaluation reviewed the conceptual and planning framework for SO5, FAO’s capacity to translate the framework into action, preliminary results achieved, and FAO’s global positioning in resilience. The evaluation found that collaboration within FAO has markedly improved under SO5, although there are still opportunities for greater synergies between different units, and that FAO has positioned itself well [...]

Mid-term evaluation of the Conservation Agriculture Scaling-up project in Zambia

02 November 2016
This evaluation reviewed the Theory of Change, logframe, progress of the project and identified design and implementation issues to be addressed to strengthen implementation. It found that the project is making good progress towards its objectives. Nutrition and food security are improving for participating farmers as their production and income increase. The greatest incentive for farmers to participate in the project has been the improved knowledge and experience that they have gained. The project has contributed to capacity development on [...]
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