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近期完成的评价

粮农组织评价办公室负责评估各种活动、项目、计划、战略和政策,以提供可信、可靠和有用的实证信息,供决策进程参考。以下简要概述了近期针对粮农不同计划和项目开展的评价:

对粮农组织为柬埔寨所作贡献的评价

12 March 2019
虽然柬埔寨正在迅速向更加工业化的经济转型,但该国仍然是东南亚最贫穷的国家之一,而且重新陷入贫困的风险仍然很高,特别是对于农村家庭而言。粮农组织柬埔寨计划的目标是在促进可持续自然资源管理的同时,为消除贫穷、粮食不安全和营养不良作出贡献。2018年国别计划评价强调了粮农组织的比较优势:粮农组织是值得信赖的数据和技术建议提供者。可以利用这一优势来倡导包容性和可持续发展,以及呼吁更多地投资于研究和创新。评价建议粮农组织继续推进基于证据的政策制定,同时提供明确的经济论据和权衡分析。在可持续发展目标和联合国改革的背景下,粮农组织可以在领导此类分析工作方面发挥关键作用,同时还能促进整个联合国系统的协调,以支持政策的执行。

对各项战略目标的评价结果和经验教训综述

07 March 2019
在评价办公室2014-17年期间进行的主题评价的基础上,本综述对审查后的战略框架在其概念化、运作和结果方面进行了经验教训的总结。结论得出,审查后的战略框架是在快速变化的发展格局中对已有70年历史的粮农组织重新定位和重新导向所迈出的重要变革性步骤,从而更好地实现粮农组织成员国全球目标和应对粮农组织愿景的新挑战。审查后的''战略框架''促进了一种新的跨学科的粮农组织工作方式,打破了传统孤岛,并重新强调了伙伴关系。但是,粮农组织面临若干实施方面的挑战,涉及新专题领域的矩阵管理结构、技能和能力以及战略目标的沟通和资源调动有关的问题,这些问题限制了最终效力。展望未来,该综合报告分析了近期全球发展的影响,例如''2030年议程 - 可持续发展目标'',''气候变化协定''和联合国改革,为制定下一个粮农组织战略框架做准备。

Final Evaluation of the Project: "Management of Chimborazo’s Natural Resources"

22 February 2019
The ecosystem aimed to conserve and sustainably manage by the GEF-funded project “Management of Chimborazo’s Natural Resources" is the “páramo” which offers important environmental services such as the production of water, the capture of CO2 and great variety of native crops preserved thanks to the traditional knowledge of indigenous communities. The project's achievements were significant in the Chimborazo province: raising environmental awareness on the conservation of water resources, creation of regulations to implement compensation mechanisms for environmental services in order [...]

Final Evaluation of Development of the Trans-frontier Conservation Area Linking Forest Reserves and Protected Areas in Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire

20 February 2019
In West Africa, wildlife species including elephants are found in small, isolated forest fragments. As human and economic activities expand, habitat fragmentation accelerates and animals face a growing threat of extinction. In many forest reserves, communities engage in subsistence agriculture and rely on wild animals for meat. Human-wildlife conflict has also been on the rise, with few efforts so far to solve this problem. In this context, the project GCP/RAF/447/GFF sought to construct a conservation corridor between Cote d'Ivoire and [...]

Final Evaluation of the Project on Decentralized Supply and Water Use Management in the Sana’a Basin to Sustain Water Resources and Rural Livelihoods

07 February 2019
The “Decentralised Supply and Water Use Management in the Sana’a Basin” project was designed to promote sustainable water resources management. The evaluation found the project to be highly relevant to the country’s needs and effective in contributing towards improved livelihoods resilience. The evaluation highlighted project’s contributions towards enabling environment for the provision of public services to farmers, and establishment of water user associations that were integral to the decentralisation of groundwater usage regulation. The project helped farmers to identify more [...]

Final Evaluation of the Project “Building a Global Agenda of Action in Support of Sustainable Livestock Sector Development”

01 February 2019
Is sustainable livestock production possible, and if so, what does it look like? Livestock sector is at the center of climate and environmental issues, and plays a major role in poverty reduction and food security and nutrition. In 2011 FAO began hosting a participatory multi-stakeholder initiative to address these issues, which currently brings together 105 member organizations from Academia, Donors, International Organizations, NGOs, Public Sector, Private Sector and Social Movements, as well as producer organizations. The Global Agenda for Sustainable [...]

Evaluation of FAO’s Contribution to Guinea

30 November 2018
In 2012 about 55 percent of Guinea’s population was living below the national poverty line. The 2014/15 Ebola crisis heavily hit the country disrupting the actions undertaken by FAO to strengthen the resilience of vulnerable populations to food security. Several unplanned projects have been implemented to respond to the country’s emergency. Achievements included: Ebola risk management capacity building at community level as well as livelihoods and livelihoods strengthening of vulnerable households in agriculture and livestock; setting up a wildlife monitoring [...]

Final Evaluation of the Project “Increased Household Food, Income and Nutrition Security through Commercialization of an Integrated and Sustainable Smallholder Livestock Sector in Zimbabwe”

26 November 2018
The Final Evaluation of the Project “Increased Household Food, Income and Nutrition Security through Commercialization of an Integrated and Sustainable Smallholder Livestock Sector in Zimbabwe” concluded that the Project’s objective of changing mindsets of smallholder livestock farmers to view livestock as important economic assets more than a social asset was very relevant and timely. The Projects’ implementation modality of having two co-applicants was strategic: it was able capitalize on the local knowledge and expertise of the co-applicants. However, this implementation [...]

Final Evaluation of the Project for Assistance to the Recovery and Development of the Agricultural Economy in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) of Pakistan

15 November 2018
The “Project for Assistance to the Recovery and Development of the Agricultural Economy in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) of Pakistan” attempted to make a significant contribution to the stabilization of the area and enhanced food security through sustainable agriculture development. It had two outcome measures: resume food production to restore and improve agriculture-based livelihoods; and re-establish and strengthen agriculture support services. The project targeted temporarily displaced persons (TDPs) who have returned to their home places. Even though the [...]

Final Evaluation of the Project “Sustainable Community-Based Management and Conservation of Mangrove Ecosystems in Cameroon”

29 October 2018
Mangrove ecosystems provide a wide range of resources and services for people's livelihoods, which at the same time give rise to strong economic, social and demographic pressure. To address these challenges, the GEF project "Sustainable community-based management and conservation of mangrove ecosystems in Cameroon” developed strategic documents on mangroves; created platforms to promote dialogue among stakeholders; produced information on the status of mangroves in Cameroon and established a permanent monitoring system for determining changes in these ecosystems; and contributed to [...]