La evaluación en la FAO

Evaluaciones recientes

La evaluación en la FAO analiza actividades, proyectos, programas, estrategias y políticas, y provee información basada en evidencias fiable y útil para su oportuna incorporación en los procesos de toma de decisiones. Las siguientes son breves descripciones de evaluaciones de diferentes programas y proyectos de la FAO conducidas recientemente: 

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 [...]

Final evaluation of “Disposal of persistent organic pollutants and obsolete pesticides in Mozambique”

25 February 2020
Pesticides have long helped to control disease and increase crop production in Mozambique. However, poor management of pesticides has had negative impacts on human health and the environment, including death and disability among users. In 2011, FAO implemented a project in Mozambique to safeguard and dispose of existing stocks of obsolete pesticides and persistent organic pollutants (POPs), as well as work to reduce risk across the pesticide lifecycle at the policy level. The evaluation explores the results of the project [...]

Mid-term evaluation of “Securing Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Use in Huangshan Municipality”

24 February 2020
Huangshan's broad range of forest habitats support a rich variety of flora and fauna, estimated to include over 1 800 species of plants and 456 species of vertebrates. Many of these are considered rare or endangered. In 2014, FAO implemented the five-year project ‘’Securing Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Use in Huangshan Municipality’’. The project's specific objective is to “evaluate, adapt, and implement relevant best practices derived from the successful management of Huangshan National Scenic Reserve to strengthen and upgrade the [...]

Evaluación del posicionamiento y las contribuciones del programa de la FAO en Burundi, 2012–2018

10 February 2020
Cerca del 65% de la población de Burundi vive por debajo del umbral de la pobreza, situándose en el puesto 184 de un total de 188 países en el ranking del Índice de desarrollo humano del Banco Mundial de 2016. Tras una larga guerra civil, Burundi sufre grandes niveles de inseguridad alimentaria y nutricional, así como un contexto social muy frágil. Los nuevos disturbios surgidos a raíz de las controvertidas elecciones presidenciales de 2015 causaron grandes desplazamientos de población, la suspensión [...]

Terminal Evaluation of ''Prevention and Disposal of Persistent Organic Pollutants and Obsolete Pesticides in Eritrea'' Phase II

07 February 2020
Pesticides have helped control disease and increase crop production for food security. However poor management of pesticides has shown negative impacts human health and the environment, including death and disability among users. Of particular concern are Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) that are highly effective in the control of the insect vectors of malaria and sleeping sickness and locusts. FAO supported by GEF implemented a POPs project in Eritrea to safeguard and dispose existing stocks of obsolete pesticides, as well as [...]

Final evaluation of "Enhancing Agriculture Production through Irrigation System Improvement and Strengthening Institutional Capacity"

06 February 2020
Rice and potatoes are Afghanistan’s two most staple crops after wheat. Rice production is dependent on water from irrigation canals, with most of Afghanistan’s irrigation infrastructure in disrepair, farmers are vulnerable. Between 2016 and 2018, FAO in Afghanistan (FAOAF) and the Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock (MAIL) rehabilitated irrigation infrastructure and laid the foundations of a virus-free potato seed industry in three provinces (Kunduz, Baghlan and Takhar). The project enhanced food production and contributed to the Government’s agricultural development [...]

Mid-term evaluation of project ‘Enhancing Climate Change Resilience in the Benguela Current Fisheries System’

31 January 2020
The project “Enhancing Climate Change Resilience in the Benguela Current Fisheries System”, seeks to build resilience and reduce the vulnerability to climate change of the marine fisheries and mariculture sectors within the Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem (BCLME), through introduction of adaptation strategies in order to ensure food and livelihood security in Angola, Namibia and South Africa. The project is a unique and highly relevant initiative that has a potential to address the barriers to the sustainable management of the BCLME. [...]

Evaluation of FAO’s contribution to building resilience to El Niño-induced drought in Southern Africa 2016-2017

21 January 2020
During the 2015–2016 agricultural season, Southern Africa experienced intense drought due to one of the strongest El Niño events in 50 years. With 70 percent of the population reliant on agriculture, El Niño had a direct impact on food security and caused loss of income across crop and livestock value chains. FAO activated a corporate surge support and launched its Southern Africa El Niño Response Plan, appealing for USD 109 million to support government efforts to rebuild and fortify agricultural [...]

Mid-term evaluation of the project “Disposal of persistent organic pollutants and obsolete pesticides and strengthening sound pesticide management in Cameroon”

01 January 2020
Every year, large quantities of pesticides are used in Cameroon for agricultural production. However, without proper management of pesticides and associated waste, accumulation of stocks of obsolete pesticides has led to contamination of sites. In this context, the project ‘Disposal of POPs and Obsolete Pesticides and Strengthening Sound Pesticide Management in Cameroon’ was launched to address the problems of stocking, and to develop alternatives to the use of chemical pesticides. Project activities were found to be well defined and appropriate, [...]

Final evaluation of the project “Securing tenure rights for forest landscape-dependent communities: linking science with policy to advance tenure security, sustainable forest management and people’s livelihoods”

16 December 2019
Peru is among the world’s ten mega-diverse countries, Indonesia’s rainforests shelter almost 20 percent of the world’s plant, mammal and bird species, while Uganda forests are home to about 7.5 percent of mammal and 10.2 percent of global bird species, and support the world’s highest number of primate species. Unclear tenure and conflicts are the major factors in deforestation of forest areas targeted by the project implemented by FAO, aimed at securing tenure rights for forest landscape-dependent communities: linking science [...]