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 "Support to the implementation of the Amazon ecosystem-based conservation vision to the benefit of local communities and the preservation of ecosystem services in the Amazon region"

01 April 2020
The Amazon biome is the largest tropical ecosystem in the world, covering 6% of the surface of the planet. It is home to 34 million people, 10% of the world’s biodiversity, and plays a vital role in regulating the global climate. To support the community of park directors of the Amazon’s protected areas (REDPARQUES) and to ensure their effective and collaborative protection, between 2014 and mid 2019, FAO implemented the ‘Integration of the Areas Protected from the Amazon Biome’ (IAPA) [...]

Évaluation de la contribution de la FAO à la Géorgie 2016–2019

23 March 2020
La Géorgie est un pays à un niveau de développement intermédiaire, avec 39 pour cent de sa population active travaillant dans le secteur agricole. Toutefois, le potentiel de l’agriculture a été freiné par une productivité faible et un développement insuffisant des services de vulgarisation à travers le pays. Aligné sur les priorités nationales de développement du pays, le programme de la FAO a fourni des activités de conseil au niveau technique et politique depuis 2016, contribuant ainsi au développement des [...]

Final evaluation of ''Demonstration project for the decontamination of Persistent Organic Pesticides contaminated soils using non-thermal treatment methods''

28 February 2020
Since the 1980s, pesticides have been used in Botswana for agricultural production and to help control outbreaks of pests. Large quantities of unused pesticides remained in depots where they leaked from their containers and contaminated the soil, posing a threat to both human and environmental health. While the accumulation of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) in Botswana has fallen through awareness of the problem raised by past projects, it remains an ongoing problem. From 2008 to 2016, the project ''Demonstration project [...]

Terminal evaluation of the project “Decision support for mainstreaming and scaling up of sustainable land management”

28 February 2020
Land degradation reduces food productivity and security, disrupts vital ecosystem functions and increases carbon emissions and vulnerability to climate change. 52 percent of the land used for agriculture worldwide is estimated to already be affected. Studies indicate that land degradation directly affects 1.5 billion people around the world. Despite the seriousness of the issue, there is still limited access to resources and planning tools for sustainable land management. Between 2015 to 2019, FAO implemented the project ''Decision support for mainstreaming [...]

Evaluation of FAO’s Asia Regional Integrated Pest Management and Pesticide Risk Reduction Programme in the Greater Mekong Subregion

25 February 2020
Global chemical sales are predicted to grow by about 3 percent per year until 2050, the major part of which will take place in Asia. Many countries in Southeast Asia lack the capacity to handle chemicals management and are in great need to develop institutions, legislation, knowledge and awareness around the issues. The programme “Towards a Non-Toxic Environment in South-East Asia” aimed to reduce health and environmental risks by monitoring, regulating and managing agricultural, industrial and consumer chemicals. This evaluation [...]

Final evaluation of “Disposal of persistent organic pollutants and obsolete pesticides in Mozambique”

25 February 2020
Pesticides have long helped to control disease and increase crop production in Mozambique. However, poor management of pesticides has had negative impacts on human health and the environment, including death and disability among users. In 2011, FAO implemented a project in Mozambique to safeguard and dispose of existing stocks of obsolete pesticides and persistent organic pollutants (POPs), as well as work to reduce risk across the pesticide lifecycle at the policy level. The evaluation explores the results of the project [...]

Mid-term evaluation of “Securing Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Use in Huangshan Municipality”

24 February 2020
Huangshan's broad range of forest habitats support a rich variety of flora and fauna, estimated to include over 1 800 species of plants and 456 species of vertebrates. Many of these are considered rare or endangered. In 2014, FAO implemented the five-year project ‘’Securing Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Use in Huangshan Municipality’’. The project's specific objective is to “evaluate, adapt, and implement relevant best practices derived from the successful management of Huangshan National Scenic Reserve to strengthen and upgrade the [...]

Terminal Evaluation of ''Prevention and Disposal of Persistent Organic Pollutants and Obsolete Pesticides in Eritrea'' Phase II

07 February 2020
Pesticides have helped control disease and increase crop production for food security. However poor management of pesticides has shown negative impacts human health and the environment, including death and disability among users. Of particular concern are Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) that are highly effective in the control of the insect vectors of malaria and sleeping sickness and locusts. FAO supported by GEF implemented a POPs project in Eritrea to safeguard and dispose existing stocks of obsolete pesticides, as well as [...]

Évaluation du programme de pays de la FAO au Burundi 2012-2018

07 February 2020
Près de 65 pour cent de la population du Burundi vit en dessous du seuil de pauvreté, ce qui place le pays à la 184 place sur 188 pays de l’index de développement humain en 2016. Après une guerre civile prolongée, le Burundi a connu des niveaux élevés d’insécurité alimentaire et nutritionnelle et un contexte social fragile. De nouveaux troubles suite à l’élection présidentielle de 2015 ont généré des déplacements de population importants, la suspension d’une grande part de l’aide [...]

Final evaluation of "Enhancing Agriculture Production through Irrigation System Improvement and Strengthening Institutional Capacity"

06 February 2020
Rice and potatoes are Afghanistan’s two most staple crops after wheat. Rice production is dependent on water from irrigation canals, with most of Afghanistan’s irrigation infrastructure in disrepair, farmers are vulnerable. Between 2016 and 2018, FAO in Afghanistan (FAOAF) and the Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock (MAIL) rehabilitated irrigation infrastructure and laid the foundations of a virus-free potato seed industry in three provinces (Kunduz, Baghlan and Takhar). The project enhanced food production and contributed to the Government’s agricultural development [...]