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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Real-time evaluation of FAO's response to the desert locust upsurge 2020–2021: Phase II

05 October 2021
A devastating desert locust upsurge has spread across parts of the Near East, the Greater Horn of Africa and South West Asia in 2020–2021, posing risks to livelihoods and food security in the region. FAO's intervention has been to curb the spread of desert locust, safeguarding livelihoods and providing recovery, and coordinating and preparing the rapid surge support. This report showcases the second phase of the real-time evaluation, in which the following issues have been investigated: i) country level results from [...]

Evaluation of "Monitoring and Analysing Food and Agricultural policies – Phase II" (MAFAP II)

01 October 2021
Governments have turned to FAO for support in identifying and assessing options for reforming policies on food and agriculture through the “Monitoring and Analysing Food and Agricultural Policies” (MAFAP) programme. While the first phase of FAO’s efforts concentrated more on conducting policy analysis and measuring public expenditures, this second phase built on the first phase’s outcomes to support policy reforms across Southern Asia and sub-Saharan Africa. MAFAP has been found to be an effective and well-positioned influencer of policy reforms in [...]

Mid-term evaluation of the project “The coastal fisheries initiative global partnership”

01 October 2021
Many coastal fisheries are poorly managed and overexploited, resulting in suboptimal yields and lost revenue, and damage to other species and habitats. The Coastal Fisheries Initiative (CFI) is a global effort between FAO and other development partners to address these issues in a holistic and integrated way. It aims to work at a practical level with selected fisheries and to facilitate a global exchange of experience and learning. The CFI comprises subsidiary regional projects in Indonesia, Latin America and West [...]

Evaluation of the project "Australia Balochistan Agri-business Programme-Phase Two (AusABBA II)"

24 September 2021
The Australia Balochistan Agri-business Programme (AusABBA Phase II) (GCP/PAK/141/AUL) has been implemented by FAO in collaboration with the Government of Balochistan in six south-western districts with the objective to engage households in profitable agribusiness-based livelihoods and diversified strategies, and creating an enabling environment to increase their incomes, improve food security and enhance nutritional status. Working closely with men and women’s community organizations, farmers marketing collectives and mutual marketing organizations, AusABBA II has accomplished to establish 11 value chains businesses in dates, [...]

Terminal evaluation of the project “Integrated management of marine and coastal areas of high value for biodiversity in Continental Ecuador”

10 September 2021
In order to safeguard the high biodiversity value in coastal and mangrove areas in Ecuador, this project, with support from the Global Environment Facility, sought to develop an integrated management approach for the use and conservation of coastal and marine areas of high biodiversity value, by establishing conservation areas, strengthening mangrove concessions and integrating biodiversity conservation in fisheries management within conservation areas. It also sought to improve and sustain the livelihood of coastal communities depending on near shore fisheries, in [...]

Evaluation of the project “Creating peaceful societies through women’s improved access to management of natural resources, land tenure rights and economic empowerment in Sierra Leone”

10 September 2021
This report presents the results of the evaluation of the project “Creating peaceful societies through women’s improved access to management of natural resources, land tenure rights and economic empowerment in Sierra Leone” (UNJP/SIL/050/PBF), jointly implemented by FAO and ILO between 2019 and 2020. The project aimed at addressing the two underlying causes of conflicts in Sierra Leone - gender discrimination and fragmented land governance - by focusing on: i) more effective and gender-inclusive land tenure governance; and ii) women’s economic [...]

Evaluation of the “Project for the restoration of livelihoods in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Tribal Districts”

27 July 2021
The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Newly Merged Districts have seen a prolonged military conflict leading to the widespread displacement of its population and damages and losses to the agricultural lands, irrigation, and water harvesting structures, and livestock populations. Since 2015, the rehabilitation of the displaced population is ongoing but slow due to loss of livelihoods and reduced income opportunities. To support the restoration of livelihoods, funded by the FCDO, FAO undertook the “Project for the restoration of livelihoods in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Tribal Districts” [...]

Evaluation of the "Food-loss reduction through improved postharvest handling and value-addition of key fruits and vegetables" project in Ethiopia

22 July 2021
The “Food-loss reduction through improved postharvest handling and value addition of key fruits and vegetables” project was implemented by FAO Ethiopia over the period 2016–2019. By tackling post-harvest losses, the project addressed one of the major challenges faced by producers. Farmers have adopted project post-harvest management practices, techniques and technologies that have helped to reduce losses and increase food security by boosting income and making more produce available for household consumption. The results will be sustainable because of the economic gains [...]

Evaluation of FAO’s contribution to the Republic of Moldova 2016–2019

22 July 2021
Half of the Moldovan population lives in rural areas. However, the rural employment rate is only 39 percent. Income from agricultural activities is low compared to other sectors of the economy. This evaluation seeks to contribute to organization-wide learning by drawing lessons and making recommendations that will be useful for FAO’s future engagement in Moldova.FAO provided highly specialized technical expertise to formulate strategies, policies and frameworks, and offer innovative approaches and solutions. Likewise, the evaluation found evidence of results leading [...]

Evaluation of FAO’s contribution to the Republic of Indonesia 2016–2020

22 July 2021
There are numerous risks to the sustainability and stability of Indonesia’s farming system, food production system, supply chains, and ecosystems. The evaluation aims to answer two essential questions: whether FAO is doing what is needed and whether it is making a difference.   This evaluation recommends that FAO support the green and blue (land and sea) preparedness and adaptation plans, as well as early warning systems. The evaluation further recommends that FAO ramp up its support for a national decision support system [...]