L’évaluation à la FAO

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 “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 [...]

Mid-term evaluation of “Securing Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Use in China's Dongting Lake Protected Areas”

16 December 2019
The Dongting Wetlands is China’s second-largest freshwater lake and one of the 200 key global ecozones. Its high biodiversity serves as an important ecosystem for over 120 bird species and many endangered species. It plays an important socioeconomic role in the area as nearly 16 million people live around the lake. Despite the importance of the wetlands, the services it provides are increasingly at risk. Loss of habitat arising from sector conflicts and economic interests of local farmers and fishers [...]

Mid-term evaluation of ''Disposal of Persistent Organic Pollutants and Obsolete Pesticides and Strengthening Life-cycle Management of Pesticides in Benin”

15 December 2019
Inadequate agricultural policies and poorly enforced regulations lead to the accumulation of unused pesticides. In Benin, stockpiles of obsolete pesticides have become a great concern, posing a threat not only to human health and environment, but also to the sustainable development of the region. Farmers also often look for cheaper pesticides and use different chemicals than those officially recommended. FAO implemented the project ‘Disposal of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) and obsolete pesticides and strengthening life-cycle management of pesticides in Benin’ [...]

Mid-term evaluation of “Disposal of obsolete pesticides including persistent organic pollutants, promotion of alternatives and strengthening pesticides management in the Caribbean”

09 December 2019
Declines in the sugarcane and banana industries of the Caribbean have resulted in an accumulation of disused pesticides. The adverse effect of agrochemicals, particularly pesticides, on human health and the environment is a global concern. The project ''Disposal of obsolete pesticides including persistent organic pollutants (POPs), promotion of alternatives and strengthening pesticides management in the Caribbean'' was implemented by FAO to promote the sound management of pesticides throughout their life-cycle in the Caribbean region, and reduce the risks they pose. [...]

Évaluation du positionnement et des contributions du programme de la FAO à Cuba 2013–2018

02 December 2019
Cuba est un pays essentiellement urbain qui obtient des résultats élevés en termes d’indicateurs de développement humain et atteint les objectifs de développement du Millénaire. De nombreux facteurs, parmi lesquels les ouragans et la sécheresse, ont toutefois limité l’accès à une alimentation saine et de qualité. La productivité agricole a aussi été ralentie par des facteurs internes et les dynamiques économiques internationales, avec pour conséquence l’importation de 70 pour cent des produits alimentaires. Le programme de la FAO a encouragé [...]

Evaluation of FAO's Strategic Results Framework

30 October 2019
At its 127th meeting of the Programme Committee, next November, the FAO Office of Evaluation (OED) will officially present the Evaluation of FAO’s Strategic Results Framework. Designed in 2013, the Strategic Framework aimed to position the Organization more strategically and to address the facts that the Organization’s programmatic activities were defined along silo-like disciplinary lines and that corporate efforts were not clearly aligned with the country programme priorities agreed with Members. The rationale behind the Strategic Framework was sound and the [...]

Evaluation of the FAO Strategy for Partnerships with the Private Sector

22 October 2019
At the time of its adoption in 2013, FAO’s Strategy for Partnerships with the Private Sector contributed to more private sector collaboration and resulted in several formal agreements being signed. Following the adoption of the 2030 Agenda, and the SDGs, several UN organizations shifted gear and established deeper and more proactive partnerships with the private sector. In this context, FAO has not positioned itself to fully capitalize on such potential and maintains a more conservative approach. Meanwhile, those partnership formalized [...]

Evaluation of the work of the Subregional Office for Mesoamerica 2012-2017

07 October 2019
Between 2012 and 2017, the FAO Office of Evaluation (OED) carried out an evaluation of the work of the Subregional Office for Mesoamerica (SLM).SLM offers adequate technical support for the development and increase of FAO operations in Mesoamerica and has generated synergies with other subregional or regional initiatives.With SLM's contribution, there was a substantial improvement in FAO's contributions in sectors relevant to the subregion (such as sustainable forest management and resilience to droughts or hurricanes), and approaches relevant for indigenous [...]

Final Evaluation of the Project “Land Rehabilitation and Rangelands Management in Smallholders Agro-pastoral Production Systems in South Western Angola (RETESA)”

16 September 2019
In Southwest Angola, the impacts of climate change have contributed to a reduction in soil coverage and an increase in soil erosion. To address these challenges, the GEF project "Land Rehabilitation and Rangelands Management in Smallholders Agro-pastoral Production Systems in South Western Angola” supported activities contributing to the strengthening of capacity and increase in knowledge for the participatory planning of mainstreamed land management. The project contributed to several outcomes at institutional level and increased community awareness and capacity on sustainable [...]

Mid-term evaluation of the FAO-EU FLEGT Programme, phase III

05 September 2019
The FAO-EU FLEGT Programme supports government agencies, non-governmental organizations and private sector associations to work together in support of legal and trade reforms in timber producing countries with the aim of increasing legal trade in timber. The Programme, which started in 2008, is currently half way through its third phase of funding and covers 24 countries across Africa, Asia and Latin America. An evaluation of the third phase shows that despite significant shifts in timber markets and flows, the Programme [...]
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