Guidance for all stages evaluations from initiation, budget, design, data collection, drafting and finalizing the report.
The Organization’s evaluation policy, strategy and institutional arrangements.
Step-by-step guidance on how OED conducts gender assessment in the different types of evaluations.
Guidance on planning, formulating and conducting evaluation syntheses.
Guidance on how OED evaluations can assess the processes and outcomes of FAO capacity development interventions.
Guidelines directing the contributions to the Trust Fund and regulating its use. Updated April 2022.
Ethical guidelines and standards
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This document provides revised evaluation competencies for the United Nations system. These revisions reflect the substantial consensus that evaluation competencies are important for not only evaluators and evaluation unit heads but also evaluation commissioners and users.
This document aims to support UN entity
leaders and governing bodies as well as those organizing and conducting
evaluations for the UN to ensure that an ethical lens informs day to day
evaluation practice. They underpin and inform the application of the 2016 UNEG Evaluation Competency Framework and the 2014 UNEG guidance on integrating human rights and gender equality in evaluations.
These norms and standards established by the United Nations Evaluation Group (UNEG) provide a benchmark against which all organizations and programmes of the UN system can gauge their performance and aim to strengthen, professionalize and improve the quality of evaluation throughout the UN system.