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:

Évaluation à mi-parcours du «Élimination des pesticides obsolètes y compris les polluants organiques persistants et renforcement de la gestion des pesticides dans les pays membres comité permanent inter-États de lutte contre la sécheresse dans le Sahel»

07 May 2020
Au niveau régional, dans pays du CILSS, les pesticides continue de s’accumuler. Le projet vise à relever le défi de l’élimination des pesticides obsolètes existants, y compris les POP et les déchets apparentés, et à renforcer les capacités de gestion rationnelle des pesticides afin de prévenir toute accumulation future dans neuf pays du CILSS. L’évaluation a eu pour but de mesurer l’avancement du projet à mi-parcours, en termes de résultats atteints au regard des objectifs fixés et de l’efficacité de [...]

Terminal evaluation of the project “Reducing vulnerability and increasing adaptive capacity to respond to impacts of climate change and variability for sustainable livelihoods in agriculture sector in Nepal”

30 April 2020
Nepal's agriculture sector faces many climate related hazards including floods, draught, pests and diseases, deforestation and desertification. Improved farming techniques based on resilience to climate change and extreme weather patterns are required to be integrated into agriculture sectorial policies, plans, programmes and local actions. Between October 2015 and September 2019, FAO implemented a project to support Nepal’s agriculture sector by promoting urgent and immediate adaptation measures outlined in the National Adaptation Programme of Action (NAPA). The project has contributed to the [...]

Terminal evaluation of “Reducing greenhouse gas emissions by promoting community forestry, removing barriers to sustainable biomass energy, and laying the groundwork for climate change mitigation in Afghanistan”

30 April 2020
Afghanistan’s high diversity of rangeland and forest ecosystems provide valuable goods and services for local communities. Unsustainable land and resource management practices, as well as climate changes, are accelerating the degradation of these ecosystems and affecting local livelihoods. FAO recognizes community based natural resource management (CBNRM) and Sustainable Biomass Energy Systems (SBES) as potential tools to address these issues, and implemented the project in the Parwan and Nangarhar provinces between August 2016 and July 2019. The evaluation presents the results [...]

Mid-term evaluation of "Integrated management of marine and coastal areas of high value for biodiversity in continental Ecuador"

30 April 2020
Continental Ecuador is characterized by a high diversity of marine and coastal ecosystems, including nesting beaches for four species of sea turtles and extensive mangrove areas that provide ecosystem goods and services. The Project, implemented by FAO from 2016 to 2020, seeks to overcome the main threats that affect marine and coastal biological diversity and contribute to improving the livelihoods of communities in these areas. The project is contributing significantly to this last objective by developing fishing management plans and [...]

Final evaluation of “Strengthening institutionalized subnational coordination structures and harmonization mechanisms” in Ethiopia

21 April 2020
Recurrent droughts in Ethiopia have been contributing to chronic food insecurity, deterioration of livelihoods and weakening capacity of communities to withstand future shocks. Following the 2011 food crisis in the Horn of Africa, ‘building resilience’ became a priority agenda for the international community to move from the division of emergency and development programming to a more holistic and complementary approach for addressing the root cause of disaster risk and vulnerability factors of recurrent drought. The project, implemented by FAO between [...]

Evaluation of "Improving farmer livelihoods in the dry zone through improved livestock health, productivity and marketing"

21 April 2020
“Improving farmer livelihoods in the dry zone through improved livestock health, productivity and marketing” was implemented in six townships in the Central Dry Zone (CDZ) of Myanmar, between January 2016 and December 2019. The project aim was to sustainably improve the livelihoods and food security of communities and the poor and vulnerable though improving livestock health, productivity, and marketing. The project is highly relevant as livestock are critical to people’s livelihoods in the area. The project was evaluated as efficiently delivering [...]

Final evaluation of “Strengthening national policy and knowledge framework in support of sustainable management of Brazil’s forest resources”

17 April 2020
The sustainable utilization of natural resources is a major element of rural livelihoods and economic development in Brazil. From 2011 to 2019, FAO implemented the project “Strengthening the national knowledge and information framework to foster sustainable forest resources management policies". This project helped to establish and consolidate a National Forest Inventory (NFI) model approved by, and agreed with, different partners and stakeholders in the forest sector. The focus given to institutional strengthening and data collection was strategic to achieve an unprecedented [...]

Cluster evaluation of FAO’s contribution to the Pastoralist Knowledge Hub

09 April 2020
The Pastoralist Knowledge Hub (PKH), hosted by FAO, brings together pastoralists and the main actors of the sector to foster dialogue and develop policies at the national and global level. FAO supported the Hub in advocacy and policy matters and provided technical support to pastoralists livelihood and resilience. The objective of the evaluation was to assess the extent to which the PKH has enhanced the capacity of pastoralist organizations to participate in and contribute effectively to decision-making. The evaluation found the [...]

Final evaluation of "Pursuing pastoralist resilience through improved animal health service delivery in pastoralist areas of Ethiopia"

08 April 2020
Small ruminants are the main source of livelihood for rural agropastoralists in Ethiopia. Transboundary animal diseases (TADs) are a significant cause of reduced production and productivity. TADs like Peste des Petits Ruminants (PPR), Sheep and Goat Pox (SGP) and Contagious Caprine Pleuropneumonia (CCPP) have contributed to a high level of sheep and goat mortality, especially in lambs and kids. The project, implemented by FAO between 2014 and 2020, was designed to support the strengthening of the surveillance system for most [...]

Évaluation finale du projet «Gestion durable de la faune et du secteur de la viande de brousse en Afrique centrale»

07 April 2020
Dans un contexte où prédomine jusqu’à présent une approche de conservation de la faune, le projet « Gestion durable de la faune et du secteur de la viande de brousse en Afrique Centrale » cherche à démontrer que la gestion participative de la faune sauvage peut être une stratégie viable pour conserver les fonctions, l'intégrité et la biodiversité de l'écosystème forestier, ainsi que de renforcer et d'augmenter la viabilité des moyens d'existence des communautés locale dans le bassin du Congo. [...]