Evaluation at FAO

Completed evaluations

Evaluations in FAO assess projects, programmes and strategies to generate and provide evidence-based information that is credible, reliable and useful for decision-making processes.

The objective of this project was to promote inclusive growth and job creation in the agricultural sector. The evaluation found that the project created an enabling environment that promoted active engagement between producers, processors, traders, input suppliers and markets.


The Jordan country programme evaluation covered the period 2017–2021. The evaluation assessed FAO's strategic positioning, operational and organizational capacity, contributions, partnerships and normative values.


This evaluation aimed to guide future actions and serve as an input to improve the implementation of the follow-up project. This evaluation presents strategic recommendations and lessons to maximize the institutionalization and appropriation of the project’s results by stakeholders and disseminate information to authorities that could benefit from it.


The project is consistent with policies and programs to strengthen food and nutritional security and fits well into the humanitarian response as a whole. It has enabled many households to benefit from improved seeds and agricultural tools through direct distributions and seed fairs. It has also enabled many groups to restart their breeding activity. (French only)


The terminal evaluation found that the project generated relevant planned and unplanned outcomes including spontaneous dissemination of project models and demand for replication and use of participatory land use development plans as national model for village level resource planning.


The evaluation reviewed the strategic direction and performance of the programme from 2019 to 2022 and makes recommendations for the future direction of the GSP in its next phase in 2023. The report explores the use and utility of the IPC, its governance, the adaptive capacity within the programme, and how equity and gender are addressed in IPC analyses.


This evaluation was carried out in order to provide inputs for the preparation of the new CPF by assessing the most relevant aspects of the FAO program in Bolivia during the period under review, and to provide recommendations to strengthen the strategic relevance of FAO in the country. (Spanish only)


The project aims at contributing to responsible land and water governance in Sindh Province and helping its government and land users to address challenges they face regarding land tenure, food security and natural resources management. The evaluation found that the project generated benefits in the domain of civic governance but not in the domain of official governance.


The evaluation looked into accountability issues but also sought to document lessons, identify good practices and challenges that can inform the design and implementation of follow-up or similar projects in innovative waste disposal techniques and green jobs in order to achieve positive economic, environmental and social outcomes.


The project was implemented by FAO and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in coordination with the Government of Cameroon, in the border regions with the Central African Republic, Chad and Nigeria. The project aimed to reduce conflicts related to transhumance and agro-pastoral practices in Cameroon. (French only)