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Evaluations in FAO aim to provide credible, useful and evidence-based analyses that feed into the policy and practice of FAO and its partners, therefore helping to achieve sustainable reduction of poverty and hunger, in line with the Organization’s agreed goals and strategic objectives.

Recent evaluations

Final evaluation of Agriculture and Food Information Systems for Decision Support in South Sudan (AFIS)

Evaluation of Agriculture and Food Information Systems for Decision Support in South Sudan (AFIS)

OED Project Evaluation 

Final report November 2015

The Agriculture Food Information System for Decision Support (AFIS), GCP/SSD/003/EC is implemented by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in collaboration with the Government of the Republic of South Sudan (GRSS). This project has supported: (a) food security intersectoral institutional coordination framework and information system; and (b) the GRSS food security policy and relevant institutions’ capacity. 

FAO's and IFAD's Engagement in Pastoral Development

FAO and IFAD Engagement in Pastoral Development

Joint Evaluation Synthesis

Final Report February 2015

This joint evaluation synthesis analyses the results of FAO's and IFAD's support to pastoral development between 2003 and 2013. It does so by reviewing the evidence contained in the evaluation reports that both organizations produced during this period [...]

Ongoing evaluations

Evaluation of FAO’s Programme in the West Bank and Gaza Strip

Evaluation of FAO’s Contribution in the West Bank and Gaza Strip

The West Bank and the Gaza Strip (WBGS) face a protracted protection crisis with humanitarian consequences, driven by insufficient respect for international law by all sides. In 2014, as a result of hostilities over July-August, there was a sharp increase in the severity of humanitarian needs in Gaza, as well as heightened tension and intensified clashes across the West Bank.

Évaluation du Programme de la FAO au Niger

Évaluation du Programme de la FAO au Niger

En 1961, le Niger est devenu membre de la FAO et en 1978, l’Organisation a ouvert une Représentation à Niamey. Dès lors, la FAO a appuyé les institutions nationales à travers le renforcement des capacités et l’appui au développement des politiques et programmes dans le domaine de la sécurité alimentaire et nutritionnelle.