UNDAP Mid-Term performance Review

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Evaluation Plan:
2018-2024, Rwanda
Evaluation Type:
UNDAF
Planned End Date:
01/2022
Completion Date:
12/2021
Status:
Completed
Management Response:
Yes
Evaluation Budget(US $):
8,000

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Title UNDAP Mid-Term performance Review
Atlas Project Number:
Evaluation Plan: 2018-2024, Rwanda
Evaluation Type: UNDAF
Status: Completed
Completion Date: 12/2021
Planned End Date: 01/2022
Management Response: Yes
Focus Area:
  • 1. Others
Corporate Outcome and Output (UNDP Strategic Plan 2018-2021)
  • 1. Organisational Output 1.1 Evidence based performance analysis and decision making at all levels
Evaluation Budget(US $): 8,000
Source of Funding: UN RCO , ( UNDP) Contribution stated above from Programme M&E budget
Evaluation Expenditure(US $): 30,270
Joint Programme: Yes
Joint Evaluation: Yes
  • Joint with UN Agencies
  • Joint with Joint with all UN agencies in Rwanda
Evaluation Team members:
Name Title Nationality
Arthur Byabagambi Managing Partner Research Moguls (R) Ltd RWANDA
Arthur Byabagambi
GEF Evaluation: No
Key Stakeholders: All UN agencies in Rwanda
Countries: RWANDA
Comments:

Evaluation of all outcomes of the UNDAF

Lessons
Findings
Recommendations
1

Core Programming principles strengthening: Through tools such as the gender scorecard the UN has been able to establish the extent to which gender has been mainstreamed in its Programmes and operations and then develop remedial measures. Similar targeted analyses need to be adopted and applied to all the other aspects of the core Programming principles especially human rights and climate change adaptation that the MTPR has identified requiring more technical support to be fully mainstreamed. This also applies to other critical reform areas such as disability and inclusion. Following such analyses mainstreaming strategies should be reviewed and/or developed for each of these areas as has been done for GEWE.

2

Private sector strategic engagement: Clarity on partnership strategy for involvement of private sector in delivery of UNDAP II is needed. The deliberate partnership strategy with philanthropy and private sector within the framework of SDGs, NST1 needs to be more explicit as there is much reiteration of this need but no clear guidance to the UNCT on how to achieve private sector engagement strategically and to what end. The private sector partnership strategy should focus on establishing symbiotic relationships beyond the Private Sector Federation with critical focus on leveraging among others corporate social responsibility as a mechanism for resource mobilization and Programme delivery.

1. Recommendation:

Core Programming principles strengthening: Through tools such as the gender scorecard the UN has been able to establish the extent to which gender has been mainstreamed in its Programmes and operations and then develop remedial measures. Similar targeted analyses need to be adopted and applied to all the other aspects of the core Programming principles especially human rights and climate change adaptation that the MTPR has identified requiring more technical support to be fully mainstreamed. This also applies to other critical reform areas such as disability and inclusion. Following such analyses mainstreaming strategies should be reviewed and/or developed for each of these areas as has been done for GEWE.

Management Response: [Added: 2022/06/14] [Last Updated: 2022/06/30]

Accepted

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
Programming principles especially human rights and climate change adaptation that the MTPR has identified require more technical support to be fully mainstreamed. This also applies to other critical reform areas such as disability and inclusion. UNDP to lead in the development of these mainstreaming tools
[Added: 2022/06/17] [Last Updated: 2022/06/30]
UNDP. TGU to lead on disability and inclusion while SGU leads on climate change adaptation 2024/06 Initiated History
2. Recommendation:

Private sector strategic engagement: Clarity on partnership strategy for involvement of private sector in delivery of UNDAP II is needed. The deliberate partnership strategy with philanthropy and private sector within the framework of SDGs, NST1 needs to be more explicit as there is much reiteration of this need but no clear guidance to the UNCT on how to achieve private sector engagement strategically and to what end. The private sector partnership strategy should focus on establishing symbiotic relationships beyond the Private Sector Federation with critical focus on leveraging among others corporate social responsibility as a mechanism for resource mobilization and Programme delivery.

Management Response: [Added: 2022/06/14] [Last Updated: 2022/06/17]

Accepted

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
Provide clarity on partnership strategy for involvement of private sector in delivery of UNDAP II . This private sector partnership strategy should focus on establishing symbiotic relationships beyond the Private Sector Federation with critical focus on leveraging among others corporate social responsibility as a mechanism for resource mobilization and Programme delivery.
[Added: 2022/06/17] [Last Updated: 2022/06/30]
UNDP /IGEU 2024/06 Initiated History
Need for clarity on partnership strategy for involvement of private sector in delivery of UNDAP II. The private sector partnership strategy should focus on establishing symbiotic relationships beyond the Private Sector Federation with critical focus on leveraging among others corporate social responsibility as a mechanism for resource mobilization and Programme delivery.
[Added: 2022/06/17] [Last Updated: 2022/06/30]
UNDP/ IGEU 2024/06 Initiated History

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