Making it count: Evaluating FAO's statistical activities
Sound and timely statistics are key to inform decisions, policies and investments that tackle issues related to food and agriculture, from hunger and malnutrition to rural poverty, from food systems productivity to the sustainable use of natural resources or to climate change.
FAO is dedicated to collecting, analysing, interpreting and disseminating food and agriculture statistics that are relevant for decision-making. It is for this reason that developing and implementing methodologies and standards to assist countries in generating sound data and information is at the core of FAO’s statistical work.
FAO also supports member countries in the collection, dissemination and uptake of data to formulate policies and plans or to better orient investments.
Evaluation of FAO's statistical work
Evaluation of the project "Cross-cutting: Targeted support for agricultural statistical innovation at FAO"
Evaluation of the project "System for Earth Observation Data Access, Processing and Analysis for Land Monitoring" (SEPAL)
Mid-term evaluation of the project "Monitoring water productivity by remote sensing as a tool to assess possibilities to reduce water productivity gaps"
Final Evaluation of the Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) Global Strategic Programme (GSP) - 2014-2018
Evaluation of the Global Strategy to Improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics (GSARS)
Evaluation of the Project “Voices of the Hungry”
of the Financial Support by the World Bank Group with the Development
Grant Facility to Support the “Partnership for Agricultural Market
Information System (AMIS)”
Mid-term evaluation of the Global Strategy to Improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics