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 desert locust upsurge 2020-2021

14 December 2020
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 southwest Asia. The upsurge poses an unprecedented risk to livelihoods and food security in some of the most food insecure countries in the world. FAO and its partners have mobilized more than USD 163 million since January 2020. The response includes three key pillars: (1) curbing the spread of desert [...]

Évaluation du rôle et du travail du Bureau sous-régional pour l’Afrique du Nord (SNE) 2017-2020

10 December 2020
L’évaluation du rôle et du travail du Bureau sous-régional pour l’Afrique du Nord (SNE) fait suite à une requête de son nouveau Coordinateur dans un contexte d’évolutions constantes au niveau sous-régional et institutionnel. Elle a pour objectif de favoriser une réflexion collective sur le positionnement du SNE et sur la pertinence de ses processus organisationnels. L’analyse s’appuie sur une enquête auprès du personnel, un atelier interne participatif, une série d’entretiens individuels avec le personnel du SNE et une revue des [...]

Evaluation of the project "Integrated national monitoring and assessment system on forest ecosystems (SIMEF)"

03 December 2020
Chile has a native forest that constitutes 18 percent of its continental surface area and over 60 million hectares of protected areas. The country is considered a global hotspot of conservation priority due to its endemism and a high degree of habitat loss. The loss of ecosystems could increase if economic development does not progressively adopt sustainability standards that create less of an impact on biodiversity. From August 2015 to May 2020, FAO implemented the project in order "to develop [...]

Final evaluation of the project for the promotion of biomass-derived energy (PROBIOMASA)

23 October 2020
According to data from the National Energy Balance in 2008, 90% of the total supply of energy in Argentina came from fossil fuels. A progressive increase in the consumption of liquid fossil fuels for the production of electricity was identified, with a negative environmental impact as a consequence of the polluting emissions of greenhouse gases. The project for the promotion of biomass-derived energy (PROBIOMASA) seeks to increase the supply of renewable and competitive energy through the production of biomass-derived energy at [...]

Evaluation of the Food and Nutrition Security, Impact, Resilience, Sustainability and Transformation (FIRST) Programme

23 October 2020
The FIRST Programme aims to support the governments of targeted countries to strengthen the enabling policy and institutional environment for food and nutrition security and sustainable agriculture (FNSSA). The programme is designed as a demand-based “policy assistance” facility which has its roots in the long-term partnership between FAO and the European Union. The programme approach of embedding a policy officer within partner country administrations constitutes the best option for building trusted relationships to support improved policy processes. FIRST has created a [...]

Evaluation of the FAO Strategy for Partnerships with Civil Society Organizations

22 October 2020
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, regional and national consultations, and international forums, resulting in several formal partnerships agreements being signed. While this is commendable, FAO has not effectively integrated partnership development activities within its programs and workplans. Most partnership initiatives, particularly at the country level, are not focused on long-term relationship [...]

Evaluation of the FAO Technical Cooperation Programme

19 October 2020
At its 127th session, the Programme Committee asked the Office of Evaluation (OED) to conduct a comprehensive assessment of FAO’s TCP to evaluate its relevance, effectiveness and efficiency, fund allocation and distribution, governance and management, in addition to strategic and programmatic aspects. OED undertook the evaluation between March and September 2020 with a view to presenting it to the Programme Committee in November 2020. The evaluation is primarily aimed at FAO Senior Management and Members. Core users are the Technical Cooperation [...]

Évaluation de la contribution de la FAO à l’objectif Faim zéro (ODD 2)

16 October 2020
À sa cent vingt-cinquième session, le Comité du Programme de l’Organisationdes Nations Unies pour l’alimentation et l’agriculture (FAO) a demandé une évaluation de la contribution de la FAO à l’objectif de développement durable(ODD) 2 (Éliminer la faim, assurer la sécurité alimentaire, améliorer la nutrition etpromouvoir l’agriculture durable).Il s’agissait d’une évaluation formative en ce qu’elle portait sur un programme detravail qui n’avait pas encore pleinement pris forme. Ses objectifs étaient les suivants: Évaluer les travaux passés et présents de la FAO dans [...]

Evaluation of FAO’s country programme in Armenia 2016-2020

07 October 2020
Armenia’s agriculture represents the main economic source in rural areas and significantly contributes to the country’s GDP, employing about 30 percent of the working population. Aligned with Armenia’s national development priorities, FAO's programme has been well aligned with national priorities focusing on provision of highly specialized technical expertise towards the development of national policies, institutions, and also offering innovative approaches and solutions. FAO should continue offering its advisory services and technical support in thematic areas within its competence, focusing on [...]

Evaluation of FAO’s country programme in Ethiopia 2014-2019

07 October 2020
Ethiopia remains one of the world’s poorest countries, despite the significant progress achieved in reducing poverty and hunger. Agriculture is the mainstay of the Ethiopian economy, accounting for for 34 percent of GDP and 70 percent of total employment share. The Government of Ethiopia through its Growth and Transformation Plan (GTP II) has consistently prioritized the transformation of the agriculture sector to support the country’s aspirations to become a middle-income country by 2025. FAO’s Country Programme Framework (2016-2020), was formulated [...]