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Evaluations récemment achevé

Les évaluations de la FAO examinent les activités, projets, programmes, stratégies et politiques et fournissent des informations basées sur des preuves crédibles, fiables et utiles pour une incorporation en temps voulu dans les processus de prise de décisions. Ci-dessous de brèves descriptions d’évaluations de différents programmes et projets de la FAO conduites récemment:

Final Evaluation of the Project for Assistance to the Recovery and Development of the Agricultural Economy in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) of Pakistan

15 November 2018
The “Project for Assistance to the Recovery and Development of the Agricultural Economy in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) of Pakistan” attempted to make a significant contribution to the stabilization of the area and enhanced food security through sustainable agriculture development. It had two outcome measures: resume food production to restore and improve agriculture-based livelihoods; and re-establish and strengthen agriculture support services. The project targeted temporarily displaced persons (TDPs) who have returned to their home places. Even though the [...]

Évaluation finale du projet «Gestion communautaire durable et conservation des écosystèmes de mangroves au Cameroun»

29 October 2018
Les écosystèmes de mangroves fournissent un large éventail de ressources et de services pour assurer les moyens de subsistance des populations, ce qui entraîne en même temps une forte pression économique, sociale et démographique. Pour faire face à ces défis, le projet du FEM "Gestion communautaire durable et conservation des écosystèmes de mangrove au Cameroun" a élaboré des documents stratégiques sur les mangroves, créé des plates-formes pour promouvoir le dialogue entre les parties prenantes, fourni des informations sur le statut [...]

Évaluation de la Contribution de la FAO au développement agricole durable à travers la gestion intégrée des ressources naturelles à travers l’Objectif stratégique 2 (OS2)

23 October 2018
L’Objectif stratégique 2 découle de la vision de la FAO pour une agriculture durable, au cœur de l’Agenda 2030. Cette évaluation a examiné les contributions de la FAO à la promotion d’approches intégrées pour rendre l’agriculture, l’exploitation forestière et la pêche plus productives et durables. Ces contributions se sont révélées particulièrement pertinentes dans les pays où les systèmes agricole et alimentaire doivent répondre à des défis urgents en termes de développement durable. Les principes de l’Alimentation et de l’agriculture durables [...]

Final Evaluation of the Joint Resilience Project in Kassala

17 October 2018
Weather-related shocks in Kassala, Sudan, regularly affect the resilience of communities and their food security conditions. The Joint Resilience Project (JPR), designed to prevent malnutrition in order to build resilience to droughts and floods, opted to measure stunting to determine whether improved maternal and child health and nutrition, as well as enhanced adaptive capacity were achieved. The initial focus on reducing malnutrition rather than building resilience reduced overall effectiveness, although the evaluation noted this shortcoming was corrected at mid-term. The [...]

Joint FAO-OIE Evaluation of the Global Framework for Transboundary Animal Diseases (GF-TADs)

17 October 2018
The Global Framework for the Control of Transboundary Animal Diseases (GF-TADs) is a joint governance mechanism of FAO and the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) launched in 2004 to achieve coordinated prevention and control of transboundary animal diseases (TADs), and in particular to address their regional and global dimensions. This is the third evaluation of the GF-TADs and covers the period from 2009 to 2017. The evaluation aims to provide the GF-TADs Global Steering Committee and Management Committee with [...]

Evaluation of FAO’s Contribution to Bhutan

26 September 2018
Bhutan is a lower middle-income country whose economy is aid-dependent, import-driven and vulnerable to shocks. The heavy reliance on export of hydroelectricity does not create broad-based employment. Bhutan’s narrow economic base and importance of the Renewable Natural Resources (RNR) put FAO in a unique position of contributing to the country’s development through strengthening its key economic sector. This evaluation assessed FAO’s contributions towards achieving the national development goals set out in Bhutan’s 11th Five Year Plan, which aims for “Self-reliance [...]

Evaluation of the Africa Solidarity Trust Fund

26 September 2018
The Africa Solidarity Trust Fund (ASTF) is a funding vehicle for the pursuit of joint and coordinated action to defeat hunger and malnutrition, improve the livelihood of farmers, and guarantee food and nutrition security for all Africans. An evaluation of the initiative from 2012-2017 shows that ASTF is highly relevant and an important funding mechanism to support African countries in pursuing their set priorities and objectives, in accordance with the commitment of the Malabo Declaration to end hunger in Africa [...]

Final evaluation of the project “Mainstreaming the use and conservation of agrobiodiversity in public policy through integrated strategies and in situ implementation in four Andean Highlands provinces” - GCP/ECU/086/GFF GEF ID 4777

24 August 2018
Ecuador has been recognized as one of the 17 megadiverse countries in the world. It present a great variety of native crops preserved thanks to traditional agricultural practices of indigenous communities. The GEF-funded project “Integrate the use and conservation of agro-biodiversity in public policies” sought to overcome the many threats affecting biodiversity while reducing rural poverty. The project contributed to enhance food security and the livelihoods of family farmers by supporting the sustainable use of local crops and developing short [...]

Mid-Term Evaluation of the project “Conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity, forests, soil and water to achieve Good Living/Sumac Kawsay in the Napo Province (FSP)” GCP/ECU/082/GFF GEF ID: 4774

24 August 2018
Ecuador has been recognized as one of the 17 megadiverse countries in the world. The Napo province presents 19 of the 91 ecosystems reported for Ecuador. With an integrated approach, the GEF-funded project “Conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity, forests, soil and water to achieve good living (Sumac Kawsay)” sought to overcome the many threats affecting biodiversity while reducing rural poverty. The project is contributing to the adoption of good management practices of forests, water, soil, crops and livestock by [...]

Mid-term Evaluation of the Project “Sustainable Land Management and Climate-Friendly Agriculture”

10 August 2018
The “Sustainable Land Management and Climate-Friendly Agriculture” Project was implemented in Turkey to improve the sustainability of agricultural and forest land use in the area by rehabilitating degraded forests and rangelands, promoting climate-smart agriculture and establishing a favourable enabling environment. The project was designed to develop the necessary strategies, plans, tools and mechanisms that will aid stakeholders in sustainably managing forest and land resources. The Mid-term Evaluation highlighted that the Project is responding to national and provincial environmental needs and [...]
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