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Recently completed evaluations

Evaluations in FAO assess activities, projects, programmes, strategies and policies and provide evidence-based information that is credible, reliable and useful for timely incorporation into decision-making processes. The following are brief descriptions of evaluations conducted recently of different programmes and projects of FAO:

Final Evaluation of the Conservation Agriculture Scaling-Up (CASU) Project Funded by the European Union

06 August 2018
Despite widespread promotion of conservation agriculture in Zambia as a means to increase productivity and conserve soil fertility in farming systems, there has been limited adoption by farmers of such techniques. In an effort to address this, the Conservation Agriculture Scaling-Up (CASU) Project, funded by the European Union, had the objective of sustainably increasing crop productivity and diversity through widespread promotion of the three principles of conservation agriculture across the entire country, targeting over 300 000 smallholder farmers. The evaluation [...]

Evaluation of FAO’s Contribution to the Republic of Kenya

31 July 2018
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, [...]

Evaluation of FAO’s Contribution to the Arab Republic of Egypt 2012-2017

22 June 2018
Egypt experienced instable political situation during the past years. As a result, its food security was heavily affected. FAO’s programme focused on sustainable agricultural development for food security and nutrition. Enhancing food security also requires addressing socio-economic aspects, particularly the role of women. With FAO support, the Law Governing Agricultural Cooperatives was reformed to revive its function, reducing the control of the government and collaborating with the private sector. This was critical for extending effective support to small farmers. Animal [...]

Evaluation of FAO’s contribution to the eradication of hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition (SO1)

10 May 2018
FAO’s Strategic Objective 1 (SO1) is to “contribute to the eradication of hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition”. The evaluation examined the value added of SO1 to FAO’s efforts to promote food and nutrition security at the global, regional, and national levels from 2014 to 2017. It concluded that SO1 was well designed, stressed the importance of political commitment to reduce hunger and malnutrition, promoted right-based approaches in FAO’s policy support, and highlighted the need to work with ministries beyond agriculture, [...]

Synthesis of lessons learnt in the application of the Country Programming Framework

09 May 2018
This synthesis examines FAO's concept, approach, and experience in devising country programmes in the last seven years; it synthesizes evaluative evidence on best practices, lessons learned and challenges related to planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluation of country programmes, and presents a set of actionable recommendations for enhancing the effectiveness of the CPFs.

Evaluation of the Emergency Prevention System (EMPRES) Programme in Food Chain Crises

03 May 2018
In today’s inter-connected world, trans-boundary animal/ plant diseases and pests are becoming a greater concern. Countries are increasingly investing in policies and regulations to manage old and new trans-boundary diseases that threaten health, markets and the safe production of food. FAO is uniquely positioned to assist countries to scale up their capacities and manage these threats. The EMPRES programme for emergency prevention systems, built on its animal health and locust programmes, now covers plant pests and diseases, aquatic diseases, food [...]

Evaluation of FAO’s Contribution to the Conservation Agriculture Thematic Cluster

01 May 2018
Based on three principles – minimum soil disturbance, permanent soil cover and crop rotation - Conservation Agriculture (CA) is an approach that intends to increase productivity while conserving the environment. Funded by OFDA/USAID, FAO’s project aimed to validate and demonstrate CA practices, boost CA adoption among resource-poor farmers and mainstream CA into agricultural policies in Indonesia and Timor-Leste. The evaluation found the project appropriate, relevant and effective in terms of reducing crop losses in rain-fed areas affected by land degradation [...]

Evaluación del Programa de Cooperación de la FAO en Nicaragua

30 April 2018
El objetivo de la evaluación fue el de valorar el posicionamiento estratégico y contribución de FAO a los resultados obtenidos en el periodo 2013-2016 en Nicaragua basándose el Marco de Programación País (MPP) vigente. La evaluación tomo en cuenta la reducción presupuestaria notable que sufrió el programa debido a los cambios en la dinámica de la cooperación al desarrollo y la naturaleza del acompañamiento requerido para contextualizar los hallazgos y formular recomendaciones.El modelo de asistencia técnica de la FAO en [...]

Final Evaluation of the Institutional Level Component of the Project “Support for Livestock-based Livelihoods of Vulnerable Populations in the Occupied Palestinian Territory"

27 April 2018
Palestinians in the WBGS face a protracted crisis; durable and sustainable solutions are needed to protect and promote their livelihoods beyond short-term responses. In an effort to link relief, rehabilitation and development, this project represents the institutional component of a larger programme funded by the European Union to provide “Support for Livestock-based Livelihoods of Vulnerable Populations in the Occupied Territories”. Under this project, FAO successfully led the coordination of all developmental activities to enhance public capacities of the Ministry of [...]

Evaluation of the Project “Voices of the Hungry”

30 March 2018
Assessing the levels of hunger and food insecurity is essential for alerting decision makers, ensuring accountability, and developing and monitoring policies aimed at addressing hunger. The “Voices of the Hungry” Project is an effort to develop a global Food and Nutrition Security indicator based on people’s own perceptions of hunger. Building on prior experiences of partners, FAO developed the Food Insecurity Experience Scale (FIES), an experience-based measurement tool consisting of a set of questions about people’s access to adequate food. [...]
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