Evaluation finale de l'UNDAF
Completedon 12 Dec, 2016

Evaluation finale de l'UNDAF

Evaluation Plan
Planned End Date
Dec 2016
Evaluation Type
Management Response
Evaluation Budget
  • Evaluation Information
Evaluation Title
Evaluation finale de l'UNDAF
Plan Period
Management Response
Plan Date
1 Dec, 2016
Quality Assessment
Completion Date
12 Dec, 2016
Joint Evaluation
GEF Evaluation
Source of Funding
  • 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

Inclusive growth and social equity promoted through pro-poor macroeconomic and fiscal policies that support income, employment and social protection of youth, women and vulnerable groups in a sustainable way

Strengthened national capacity for inclusive governance and coordination of national HIV responses, and for the protection of human rights of people affected by HIV, including women and other vulnerable groups

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

National, regional and local levels of governance expand their capacities to reduce conflict and manage the equitable delivery of public services

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 mainstream gender equality and women's empowerment in government policies and institutions

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

National and local institutions have the capacities to reduce the impact of disasters, especially climate change related disasters, on vulnerable communities

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

Development plans and programmes integrate environmentally sustainable solutions in a manner that promotes poverty reduction, MDG achievement and low-emission climate-resilient development

Local and national authorities have the capacities to access and integrate multiple sources of public and private environmental financing in support of sustainable human development, including gender equality and poverty reduction

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

UNDP country programmes are clearly and explicitly linked with and in support of national development plans and priorities

1: Crisis Prevention & Recovery

2: Cross-cutting Development Issue

3: Democratic Governance

4: Environment & Sustainable Development

5: Poverty and MDG

Evaluation Team Members

Roger Bila KABORE
Consultant International, chef de mission
Massa Guilavogui
Consultant National