Evaluation at FAO

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Evaluation of FAO’s Country Programme in the Republic of Ghana

A Country Programme Evaluation will be undertaken in Ghana in 2021/22, as a way to take stock of the results achieved so far and draw lessons and recommendations that could inform planning of FAO’s future engagement in the country.

What will this evaluation cover?

The evaluation will cover the totality of FAO’s cooperation with Ghana over the period 2013–2022, with an in-depth focus on the current Country Programming Framework (CPF) period (2018–2022). The evaluation will assess:

  • the relevance of the FAO Country programme in responding to country needs
  • the strategic positioning of the Organization in relation to other actors
  • FAO’s contributions to the three priority areas of the CPF
  • FAO’s approach and capacity in Ghana.

The evaluation will also aim to identify good practices and gaps in FAO’s country programming as well as potential areas of future work.