Evaluation des Effets du programme pays du PNUD
Completedon 10 Dec, 2011

Evaluation des Effets du programme pays du PNUD

Evaluation Plan
Planned End Date
Dec 2011
Evaluation Type
Outcome
Management Response
Yes
Evaluation Budget
$200,000
  • Evaluation Information
Evaluation Title
Evaluation des Effets du programme pays du PNUD
Plan Period
Status
Completed
Type
Outcome
Management Response
Yes
Plan Date
1 Dec, 2011
Quality Assessment
No
Completion Date
10 Dec, 2011
Joint Evaluation
No
Budget
$200,000
GEF Evaluation
No
Expenditure
$0
Source of Funding
UNDP CO
Countries
Congo DRC
  • Corporate Outcome and Output

    UNDP Strategic Plan 2018-2021

Capacities of national and local institutions enhanced to scale up proven MDG acceleration interventions and to plan, monitor, report and evaluate the MDG progress in the context of related national development priorities

Policies, strategies and partnerships established to enhance public-private sector collaboration and private sector and market development that benefit the poor and ensure that low-income households and small enterprises have access to a broad range of financial and legal services

Civil society, including civil society organizations and voluntary associations, and the private sector contribute to the MDGs in support of national planning strategies and policies

Electoral laws, processes and institutions strengthen inclusive participation and professional electoral administration

Access to information policies support accountability and transparency

Legislatures, regional elected bodies, and local assemblies have strengthened institutional capacity, enabling them to represent their constituents more effectively

Effective, responsive, accessible and fair justice systems promote the rule of law, including both formal and informal processes, with due consideration on the rights of the poor, women and vulnerable groups

Strengthened national-, regional- and local-level capacity to implement anti-corruption initiatives

National and local institutions have the capacities to fulfill key functions of government for recovery in early post-crisis situations

National and local institutions have the capacity to respond to gender-based violence and to increase women's civic engagement, participation and leadership in crisis prevention, ongoing crisis and post-crisis contexts

National and local institutions have the capacity to deliver improved justice and security, including safeguarding citizen security, in conflict-affected settings

Livelihoods and economic recovery generated, including infrastructure restoration, employment and sustainable income earning opportunities for crisis affected communities

National and local governments and communities have the capacities to adapt to climate change and make inclusive and sustainable environment & energy decisions benefitting in particular under-served populations

Capacités de planification de l'administration national et provincial renforcées et déconcentration administrative effective.

1: Crisis Prevention & Recovery

2: Democratic Governance

3: Environment & Sustainable Development

4: Poverty and MDG

Evaluation Team Members

Name
External Evaluation Team
Title
Team Leader
Name
External Evaluation Team
Title
Team Leader