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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Evaluation of Improved Global Governance for Hunger Reduction Programme

27 May 2016
This evaluation assessed the catalytic role of the Improved Global Governance for Hunger Reduction programme and its overall contribution to enhanced, coordinated and informed food security and nutrition governance at the global, regional and national levels. It found that the programme has been very successful and has accomplished a great deal in four years. It has helped create synergies between FAO priorities and the EU development agenda in many ways. At the regional level, it has supported integration of nutrition [...]

Evaluation of FAO’s Contribution in Barbados and Member Countries of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States

26 May 2016
This evaluation assessed the overall contribution of FAO over the period 2010-2015 in a large number of small countries through operational arrangements that do not fall within the regular country office set-up. It found that the system has worked effectively to the satisfaction of partners and that FAO has played a key role in advocacy and policy formulation on food security and improved nutrition in the group of countries. It however notes that the system was designed for light programmes [...]

Mid-term evaluation of the Global Strategy to Improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics

26 May 2016
This evaluation assessed progress made towards outcomes and outputs at the global, regional and country levels and the impact of funding gap on the sustainability of the Global Strategy. It found that the Strategy is becoming an international reference point for agricultural and rural statistics. It is playing a catalytic role in increasing stakeholders’ awareness and contributions to the overall objectives and playing the vital role of an integrating platform for various complementary and synergistic initiatives to achieve greater impact [...]

Evaluation of the FAO Multi-partner Programme Support Mechanism (FMM)

26 May 2016
This evaluation assessed progress in implementing the accepted recommendations of the 2013 mid-term evaluation and the outcomes and impacts at the field level. Findings from this evaluation confirmed those of the 2013 mid-term evaluation; that it is an important programmatic funding mechanism that supports the new FAO strategic framework. It helps channel un-earmarked or lightly earmarked voluntary contributions from resource partners to priority activities that have funding gaps. The evaluation however noted that this new approach, which is strongly supported [...]

Evaluation of the Project, Establishing a Sustainable National Information and Early Warning System on Food Security in Timor-Leste

26 May 2016
This evaluation assessed the European Union funded project, Establishing a Sustainable National Information and Early Warning System on Food Security in Timor-Leste. It found that the project is fully aligned with Timor-Leste’s main national development strategies, FAO’s strategic objectives, UNDAF strategy and the European Union policy framework for food security. The project has established a well-designed and efficient information system, which adequately addresses the specific needs and context of the Government. Despite some limitations, information provided by the project is [...]

Evaluation of Education for Effective Nutrition in Action Projects

26 May 2016
This cluster evaluation assessed the appropriateness of the nutrition education approach and processes of the projects, including their innovativeness. It found that the nutrition education approach was relevant and consistent in addressing identified needs. The innovative pedagogical approaches to nutrition education were appropriate in addressing the gaps and needs in the pilot countries and suitable for the target groups. It however found that implementation was done almost entirely by a group of FAO headquarters-based consultants and that governments were insufficiently [...]

Evaluation of FAO’s Contribution to the Conservation and Sustainable use of Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture

26 May 2016
This evaluation assessed FAO’s work related to forest, plant, animal and aquatic genetic resources during the period 2007-2015. It identified achievements and analysed factors that have affected performance. It concluded that FAO is a respected authority on genetic resources for food and agriculture, its Commission on Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture provides the only global forum for governments to discuss and negotiate matters specifically relevant to biological diversity and genetic resources for food and agriculture, and that its global [...]

Final Evaluation of the Groundwater Governance: A Global Framework for Action

26 May 2016
This evaluation assessed the implementation process and results achieved in the groundwater governance project, including its sustainability potential and the extent to which it has contributed to outcome results. It found that the project has produced a number of technical documents that considerably expanded knowledge about groundwater management and governance at both regional and global levels. These, along with other achievements of the project, have provided a credible and scientific basis for groundwater governance. It noted that the project has [...]

Evaluation of FAO’s Resilience Sub-programme in Somalia

26 May 2016
This evaluation analysed the relevance and progress in building resilience in the first two years by the FAO Somalia resilience sub-programme. It found that agricultural support activities in the areas visited were appreciated, appeared to contribute to enhanced agricultural production, and were of benefit to a large number of women. The cash-for-work activities contributed to household food security with spill over effects on the local economy and communal assets. It recommends that FAO should focus more on the institutional and [...]

Evaluation of FAO’s Emergency Response Programme in Central African Republic

26 May 2016
This evaluation assessed the entire FAO response in Central African Republic since the L3 was declared, particularly with regard to Strategic Objective 5: Increase the resilience of livelihoods to threats and crises. It found that since the L3 response was declared in the country in December 2013, FAO’s response has been appropriate, resulting in large-scale national response and a large number of beneficiaries. It noted that the performance of the food security cluster, primarily coordinated by FAO, was one of [...]