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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:

Mid-term Evaluation of the Project “Capacity Development for Agricultural Innovation Systems” (CDAIS)

15 December 2017
This document presents the results of the Mid-term Evaluation of the Capacity Development for Agricultural Innovations Systems (CDAIS) project implemented by Agrinatura and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). The project was conceived to support the implementation of the Tropical Agriculture Platform (TAP) action plan by establishing a global mechanism to promote, coordinate and evaluate capacity development approaches to strengthen Agricultural Innovation Systems (AIS), with needs assessed and approaches validated in eight pilot countries(Angola, Bangladesh, Burkina [...]

Évaluation de la contribution de la FAO en République islamique du Pakistan

30 November 2017
Le Pakistan possède plus de bétail que de personnes, et la FAOpeut contribuer à exploiter cette immense ressource pour uneplus grande sécurité alimentaire. En ce qui concerne l’éradicationdes maladies animales, la FAO est bien placée pour aider legouvernement fédéral et les gouvernements provinciaux à réformerla législation afférente et à allouer les ressources nécessaires.L’Organisation a démontré le succès d’un modèle de coopérationentre les autorités fédérales et provinciales pour contrôler certainesmaladies animales. Ce modèle devrait être appliqué à la luttecontre d’autres maladies [...]

Mid-term Evaluation of the Project “Strengthening the Environment, Forestry and Climate Change Capacities of the Ministry of Environment and Forests and its Agencies”

30 November 2017
Bangladesh is highly susceptible to a range of annually reoccurring natural events such as flooding, water logging, cyclones, land erosion and droughts that, when combined with the low economic and resiliency levels of the population, contribute to a high number of acute onset emergencies and a range of chronic and complex emergencies. Compounding this, Bangladesh is more susceptible to the effects of climate change than any other country in the world. As investments for climate resilience grow in Bangladesh, there [...]

Final Evaluation of the Project “Strengthening Agricultural Market Information Systems Globally and in Selected Countries (Bangladesh, India and Nigeria) Using Innovative Methods and Digital Technology”

22 November 2017
Food price volatility is one of the major concerns for development practitioners and policymakers worldwide. FAO’s project aimed to address this issue by improving data reliability, timeliness and frequency through capacity development activities in national institutions, as well as developing and piloting improved methodologies in three targeted countries: Bangladesh, India and Nigeria. The evaluation found that the project was appropriate and relevant, but it was limited in scope and coverage due to the small budget and short time frame. FAO’s [...]

Évaluation de la contribution de la FAO à la mise en place de systèmes agricoles et alimentaires plus inclusifs et plus efficaces (OS 4)

31 October 2017
Dans le monde interconnecté d'aujourd'hui, avec le commerce mondial des denrées alimentaires et les flux de ressources à travers différentes régions, une «pensée systémique» est nécessaire pour des modèles de consommation et de production durables. Le programme SO4 de la FAO vise à élargir les perspectives - de l'accent mis sur la production jusqu’à une approche holistique du système agricole et alimentaire. Il cherche à optimiser l'efficacité des ressources dans la production et la fourniture de produits rentables, sains et [...]

Final Evaluation of “Progressive Control of Peste des Petits Ruminants in Pakistan” GCP/PAK/127/USA

16 October 2017
Peste des Petits Ruminants (PPR) is an animal disease which has become endemic in Pakistan since its first appearance in 1991. It spreads easily among herds and across borders and is often fatal for the sheep and goats it affects. With almost 100 million small ruminants, Pakistan’s livestock sector is highly vulnerable, with poorer households being disproportionately affected. In 2013 the Government of Pakistan and FAO set up a PPR control project, building on previous experiences in disease control. This [...]

Evaluation of the Financial Support by the World Bank Group with the Development Grant Facility to Support the “Partnership for Agricultural Market Information System (AMIS)”

02 October 2017
The Evaluation of the financial support by the World Bank Group with the Development Grant Facility to support the “Partnership for Agricultural Market Information System (AMIS)” was conducted in 2016-2017. The objectives, outcomes and activities of the DGF Partnership were relevant and aligned to the higher order goal of improving transparency of the global agriculture markets. It was recognized that not many other initiatives allow this kind of partnership and technical exchange among the member international organizations. The added value [...]

Bangladesh Food Safety Cluster Evaluation

29 September 2017
This report presents the findings of the evaluation on the FAO contribution to food safety in Bangladesh through two projects: Improving Food Safety (GCP/BGD/047/NET) and Institutionalization of Food Safety in Bangladesh for Safer Food (GCP/BGD/054/USA). These projects were implemented by the FAO in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (GCP/BGD/047/NET) and Ministry of Food (GCP/BGD/054/USA). The majority of FAO’s interventions to enhance food safety capacity in Bangladesh were implemented under the two projects. The overall objective of the [...]

Evaluation of the Benefit-sharing Fund second project cycle International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture

29 September 2017
This report outlines the main findings, conclusions and recommendations of the evaluation of the second project cycle of the Benefit-sharing Fund, International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture (ITPGRFA). It assesses the 19 concluded projects’ contribution to the fund’s objectives of improving food security and climate change adaptation through the sustainable use and conservation of Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture. The projects targeted vulnerable communities in countries across Africa, Asia, the Near East and Central [...]

Sustainable Management of Tuna Fisheries and Biodiversity Conservation in the Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction (ABNJ)

20 September 2017
The purpose of a mid-term evaluation (MTE) is to provide an external assessment of a project’s progress toward achieving project results and expected outcomes, to identify design and implementation issues that need to be addressed, and to help strengthen the planning and delivery of project activities for the remainder of the project. This MTE evaluated the results achieved by the “Sustainable Management of Tuna Fisheries and Biodiversity Conservation in the Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction” project from its inception in January 2014 [...]