Evaluation at FAO

Evaluations in FAO aim to provide credible, useful and evidence-based analyses that feed into the policy and practice of FAO and its partners, therefore helping to achieve sustainable reduction of poverty and hunger, in line with the Organization’s agreed goals and strategic objectives.

Evaluation of FAO’s Strategic Results Framework

Evaluation of the FAO Strategy for Partnerships with Civil Society Organizations

The Strategy for Partnerships with Civil Society Organizations, endorsed in 2013, has reiterated FAO’s commitment for collaboration with civil society organizations. Since then, FAO has further promoted civil society’s active participation in global policy discussions, (Read more)

Evaluación de la estrategia y visión de la labor de la FAO en materia de nutrición

Regional Synthesis of past evaluations

The Programme Committee, at its 125th Session, expressly invited OED to submit to the FAO Regional Conferences in 2020 a synthesis of regional lessons learned and trends identified in OED evaluation for each region. These regional syntheses covered all categories of evaluations that OED completed between 2014 and 2019, and identified lessons and issues so as to enable more informed discussions at the Regional Conferences. (Read more)

Evaluación de las contribuciones de la FAO a la República de Uganda

Real-time Evaluation of FAO’s response to desert locust upsurge (three phases)

Over the course of 2020, the most devastating Desert Locust upsurge of the past 25 years has spread across parts of the Middle East, the Greater Horn of Africa, and South West AsiaThe upsurge poses an unprecedented risk to livelihoods and food security in some of the most food insecure countries in the world. (Read more)


Evaluation of FAO’s role and work in the humanitarian – development – peace nexus

The HDP nexus or “triple nexus” refers to the interlinkages between humanitarian, development and peace actions and actors, necessary for sustainable development. In his remarks to the General Assembly (Read more)

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