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:

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Terminal evaluation of the areas beyond national jurisdiction (ABNJ) Deep-Sea project, part of the “Sustainable fisheries management and biodiversity conservation of deep-sea living marine resources and ecosystems in ABNJ”

06 October 2020
The marine areas beyond national jurisdiction (ABNJ) comprises 40 percent of the earth’s surface, it covers 64 percent of the surface of the ocean and 95 percent of its volume. The Common Oceans ABNJ Program (2014-2019) was implemented by FAO as a concerted effort to bring various stakeholders to work together to manage and conserve the world’s common oceans. The ABNJ Deep-Sea project, one component of the Common Oceans ABNJ Program, was of great assistance to newly-formed regional fisheries management organization [...]

Terminal evaluation of “Strengthening global capacity to effectively manage areas beyond national jurisdiction”

06 October 2020
The marine areas beyond national jurisdiction (ABNJ) comprises 40 percent of the earth’s surface, it covers 64 percent of the surface of the ocean and 95 percent of its volume. The Common Oceans ABNJ Program (2014-2019) was implemented by FAO as a concerted effort to bring various stakeholders to work together to manage and conserve the world’s common oceans. The project “Strengthening global capacity to effectively manage ABNJ”, one component of the Common Oceans ABNJ Program, addressed cross-sectoral coordination and dialogue [...]

Terminal evaluation of the areas beyond national jurisdiction (ABNJ) Program Coordination, part of the “Global sustainable fisheries management and biodiversity conservation in ABNJ"

06 October 2020
The marine areas beyond national jurisdiction (ABNJ) comprises 40 percent of the earth’s surface, it covers 64 percent of the surface of the ocean and 95 percent of its volume. The Common Oceans ABNJ Program (2014-2019) was implemented by FAO as a concerted effort to bring various stakeholders to work together to manage and conserve the world’s common oceans. The Program catalysed important transformational changes and practices in governance, and operational aspects of fisheries and their impact on biodiversity. There is [...]

Terminal evaluation of the areas beyond national jurisdiction (ABNJ) Tuna project, part of the "Global sustainable fisheries management and biodiversity conservation in ABNJ"

24 September 2020
The ABNJ Tuna project was implemented globally covering all the four major oceans of the world. The project gave a relevant contribution for the attainment of several UN SDGs, GEF Strategic Goals, FAO Strategic Objectives, as well as global and regional priorities of tuna Regional fisheries management organizations (RFMOs), and the international agreements and frameworks on the ABNJ. The project promoted important transformational changes in the management practices of tuna fisheries, improving their sustainability, strengthening Marine Stewardship Council capabilities of [...]

Terminal evaluation of the project “Mainstreaming biodiversity conservation, sustainable forest management and carbon sink enhancement into Mongolia’s productive forest landscapes”

24 September 2020
Forestry plays a minor but important role in the livelihoods of vulnerable population in Mongolia. The country has developed a Participatory Sustainable Forest Management (PSFM), integrating livestock raising with forestry. The project was designed to strengthen the PSFM process, thereby improving livelihoods and the ecological status of forests. The project reviewed the current forestry guidelines at both national and local government levels and forestry planning guidelines for Soum and Aimag levels were approved by the provincial Government promoting the participatory [...]

Évaluation finale du projet «Réduire la vulnérabilité des moyens d’existence agricoles à travers l’approche "Caisses de résilience" au Sahel»

15 September 2020
L’objectif global du projet était d’améliorer la sécurité alimentaire et nutritionnelle des populations vulnérables au Burkina Faso et au Mali à travers le renforcement de la résilience de leurs moyens d’existence face aux aléas climatiques. Le projet a contribué à améliorer la sécurité alimentaire et nutritionnelle des populations vulnérables ciblées. Les ménages ont été formés sur les pratiques agro-sylvo-pastorales résilientes au climat à travers l’approche «Champs écoles agro pastoraux» (CEAP) qui a montré son efficacité dans le transfert de connaissances. [...]

Terminal evaluation of the project “Improving forest and protected area management in Trinidad and Tobago”

14 September 2020
This report presents the main findings from the terminal evaluation of the project “Improving forest and protected area management in Trinidad and Tobago”. The project sought to conserve globally important biodiversity and ecosystems in Trinidad and Tobago. The evaluation focuses on results achieved, it identifies the impact of the project, the sustainability of project outcomes and the degree of achievement of the outcomes in the long-term. It was also conducted to analyse achievements and challenges of the project in meeting [...]

Évaluation finale du projet «Intensifier la résilience aux changements climatiques à travers une gestion agricole et pastorale intégrée dans la zone sahélienne dans le cadre de l’approche de gestion durable des terres au Mali»

14 September 2020
Le Mali est actuellement confronté à des nombreux défis en raison du changement climatique qui affecte considérablement toutes les communautés du pays, et les producteurs agricoles en particulier. Afin de relever ces défis climatiques, le projet visait à renforcer les capacités des agro-éleveurs des districts de Banamba, Kita et Niono pour les aider à faire face au changement climatique. À l'exception du genre, la stratégie du projet est saine et elle a atteint l'objectif de renforcer la capacité des activités agro-pastorales [...]

Final evaluation of the project “Partnership for sustainable rice systems development in sub-Saharan Africa”

08 September 2020
Rice consumption in Africa has increased dramatically over recent decades, growing faster than consumption of any other major staple on the continent. However, apart from Egypt, no African country is currently self-sufficient in terms of rice consumption. From May 2014 to December 2019, FAO helped to develop sustainable and productive rice systems in ten beneficiary countries. South-South Cooperation was demonstrated to be an excellent mechanism for pooling resources and efforts in innovation and development processes. Sharing knowledge with decision makers and [...]

Mid-term evaluation of the project "Monitoring water productivity by remote sensing as a tool to assess possibilities to reduce water productivity gaps"

04 August 2020
While population growth and economic development are putting unprecedented pressure on renewable, but finite water resources, especially in arid regions, scarce land and water resources are affecting food security and sustainable water management. FAO identified the need to implement a digital database built upon remote sensing and information technologies that can monitor and report on agricultural water productivity over Africa and Near East, accessible through the FAO Water Productivity through Open access of Remotely sensed derived data portal (WaPOR). The WaPOR [...]