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Evaluation of FAO’s Contribution to the Republic of Kenya


The purpose of FAO’s Country Programme Evaluation (CPE) in Kenya was to provide feedback to better orient the Organization’s programme with a view to making future Country Programming Frameworks (CPF) more impactful and relevant to the needs of the country. The Kenya CPE covers the period 2013-2016 and examined the five outcome areas found in the CPF. It also addressed the cross-cutting issues of gender, nutrition and HIV.
The evaluation covered the entirety of FAO's cooperation with Kenya during the period, including national, regional and global projects, and the actions of the regular programme of the Country Office. The overarching evaluation questions addressed in the exercise were: i) strategic positioning - are we doing what is needed? and ii) programme contribution - are we making a difference?
The FAO Office of Evaluation (OED) pursued a joint-evaluation approach for the CPE and teamed-up with the Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA) and the Tegemeo Institute of Agricultural Policy and Development (Tegemeo). All three partner organizations were responsible for design and data collection, as well as analysis and report drafting.

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