La evaluación en la FAO

Evaluaciones recientes

La evaluación en la FAO analiza actividades, proyectos, programas, estrategias y políticas, y provee información basada en evidencias fiable y útil para su oportuna incorporación en los procesos de toma de decisiones. Las siguientes son breves descripciones de evaluaciones de diferentes programas y proyectos de la FAO conducidas recientemente: 

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Evaluation of the project on Mainstreaming Food and Nutrition Security and the Right to Food into the Smallholder Commercialization Programme of Sierra Leone

01 November 2016
This evaluation assessed progress in supporting the Government of Sierra Leone and its partners to promote the Right to Food and improve dietary quality through a smallholder commercialisation programme and district development plans. It found that the project has produced significant and strategically important outputs that have the potential for long-term impact. It was instrumental to the establishment of a central food and nutrition security coordination mechanism in the country, has contributed to the promotion of dietary diversity through the [...]

Evaluation of FAO’s Contribution in South Sudan

05 October 2016
This evaluation assessed the overall FAO country programme in South Sudan, including the response to the 2013 Level 3 emergency and the development, institutional and coordination activities up to December 2015. It found that FAO played an exceptional leadership role in the humanitarian response to the South Sudan crisis and provided livelihood kits to nearly 750,000 households over the two-year period. The Organization built a strong farmer field schools programme in the country, which beneficiaries said has positively impacted their [...]

Final evaluation of the project National Food Security Information System in Kyrgyzstan

05 October 2016
This evaluation assessed the European Union funded Food Security Information System project in Kyrgyzstan. Using a variety of data collection and analysis methods, it puts forward recommendations to improve sustainability of the existing system and inform the development of future projects. It found that the project is highly relevant to the context of Kyrgyzstan’s economic transition and is consistent with the European Union food security strategies and FAO strategic framework. Considering its ambitious design, the project produced cost-effective outputs; it [...]

Mid-term evaluation of the Forest and Farm Facility programme

05 October 2016
This evaluation examined activities of the Forest and Farm Facility programme in the 10 focus countries: Bolivia, Gambia, Guatemala, Kenya, Liberia, Myanmar, Nepal, Nicaragua, Vietnam and Zambia. It assessed the effectiveness and strategic relevance of FAO’s contribution to social protection and the inclusion of marginalised groups in decision-making processes through the programme. It found that Forest and Farm Facility has made good progress and is filling gaps in rural development cooperation on regional, global and country levels. It has implicitly [...]

Evaluation of the project on Strengthening the Sustainability of Land Restitution Processes in Colombia

01 October 2016
This evaluation assessed the extent to which the project has contributed to strengthening the socioeconomic status of returnee families and families displaced as result of the socio-political conflict in Colombia in the context of land restitution. It found that the project has contributed significantly to the establishment of returnee families and helped improve their livelihood. The technical support has improved institutional capacity of the Land Restitution Unit including their operational and leadership structure. Women participation has been significant in the [...]

Evaluation of the project on Contribution to the food security of vulnerable families in Antioquia

01 October 2016
This evaluation analysed project contributions to the food security of vulnerable families in Antioquia through capacity strengthening for the development of local supply plans and sustainable enterprises. It found that the project has supported the development of business ventures as indicated in the project design. The family farms supported by the project have contributed significantly to increasing the average intake of vegetables and fruits by families. The evaluation recommends that future projects should have a clear gender strategy and seek [...]

Evaluation of FAO’s contribution in the United Republic of Tanzania

01 October 2016
This evaluation assessed the results and strategic relevance of FAO Tanzania Country Programme for the period 2014–2016 with particular focus on the ten main clusters of the work undertaken. It found to be of high quality and relevance the support to national climate smart agriculture, particularly the development of the national climate smart agriculture guidelines, and the support to the Agriculture Statistics Strategic Plan and its implementation. During the Country Programming Framework period, FAO support for advocacy on youth and [...]

Evaluation of the project on Improving the Dietary Intake and Nutritional Status of Infants and Young Children through Improved Food Security and Complementary Feeding Counselling

30 September 2016
This evaluation assessed the contribution of research on locally available and affordable complementary feeding and analysed its potential impact at community and institutional levels and among nutrition practitioners. It found that the research has contributed to growing evidence on the benefits of integrating nutritional education into food security and agriculture projects for improvements in infant and young child feeding and dietary diversity. The research has influenced some decision-making and policy nationally. In Malawi, capacities and knowledge base within the national [...]

Evaluation of the Capacity Building for South African Professionals in the Field of Agriculture and Food Security project

30 September 2016
This evaluation analysed FAO’s assistance to the Government of South Africa, specifically the Department of Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries in developing the capacity of staff at the national and provincial levels, as well as improving outcomes for smallholder farmers through integrated support. It found that despite the ad hoc nature of trainings to the department’s officials, the project succeeded in supporting capacity development of individual beneficiaries through various sector specific trainings, young professional programmes and exchange visits. The establishment of [...]

Evaluation of the project on Strengthening Resilience and Adaptive Capacity of Agro-Pastoral Communities and the Local Government to Reduce Impacts of Climate Risk on Livelihoods in Karamoja, Uganda

30 September 2016
This evaluation assessed FAO’s contribution to increase the resilience of agropastoral communities in Karamoja to climate extremes and weather events through improved early warning, preparedness and contingency planning and response system; enhanced livestock disease surveillance, diagnostic capacity, veterinary services; and strengthened agro-pastoral production systems. It found that the watershed management approach, with emphasis on conservation and climate resilience, provided a potentially unifying framework for stakeholders. It also found that partnering with diverse, yet relevant and capable, implementing partners at outcome [...]