Evaluation Plan of 2012-2016
Plan Detail (2012-2016)
Commissioning Unit:
South Sudan
Period :
Comments :
The UNDP South Sudan CPD 2012-2013 was extended to 2016 in line with the Government of South Sudan Development Plan which was extended to 2016. The evaluation plan covers the period 2012-2016 focusing on key evaluations for the Country Office. The evaluation plan was drafted in consultation with UNCT members and Government counterparts as part of the UNDAF planning process. The planning process involved several consultation and validation workshops. Given the peculiar situation of South Sudan, please note the following points: - While the UNDP Programme and Operational Policies and Procedures (POPP) require Outcome Evaluations of all outcomes in a programme cycle, it will not be feasible in the South Sudan context to conduct evaluations for all the five outcomes. Firstly, South Sudan is the newest country in the world having attained its independence in 2011 and has nascent government structures. Secondly, the country, previously classified as post-conflict until December 2013 was embroiled in a new armed conflict (in December 2013). Some territories are, as of November 2014 still under the control of anti-government forces. The Outcome Evaluation would burden the new and fragile Government structures with excessive requirements. As Outcome Evaluations in the prior programme period covered the Crisis Prevention and Recovery (2011), priority will be given to Outcome 1: Core governance and civil service functions are established and operational, and Outcome 5: Access to justice and the rule of law improves. - a new UNDAF (2014-2016), building up on the 2012-2013 UNDAF has been developed with a mid-term evaluation planned for Q2 2015. The mid-term evaluation of the UNDAF will robustly review UNDP's contributions to the UNDAF outcomes, to which UNDP has a significant contributing role. - The Final Evaluation of the UNDP Country Programme 2012-2016 will be conducted and provide inputs into the next-cycle CPD process.
Plan Document:
Evaluation Plan South Sudan 2012-2016 (revised Nov_15).doc

Evaluations Commissioned by South Sudan

SN Title Type Partners (Joint Evaluations) Planned End Date Completion Date Key Stake holders Resource
& Fund Source
Status Reports Mgmt.
1. UNDP South Sudan 2013-2016 CPD Outcomes 1 & 5 Evaluation Outcome Dec 2016 May 2017 Ministry of Justice, Judiciary of South Sudan, Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning, Office of the President $50,000 Completed View
2. End of Project Evaluation Report for Global Fund Grant for Strengthening Health Systems in South Sudan: Round 9 (SSD-910-G13-S) Project Jul 2016 Oct 2016 Ministry of Heath, Ministry of Physical Planning and Infrastructure, Global Fund, Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM), United Nations Fund for Population, United Nations Childrenâ??s Fun, World Health Organization $60,000 Completed View
3. Access to Justice and Rule of Law Project mid-term evaluation Project Oct 2015 Oct 2015 Ministry of Justice, Judiciary of South Sudan $50,000 Completed View
4. South Sudan Recovery Fund Round 3: UN Joint Stabilization Programmes Outcome Evaluation Outcome Aug 2015 Aug 2015 UNOPS, WFP, NGO ACTED $100,000 Completed View
5. Assessment of South Sudan's Crisis and Recovery Mapping and Analysis (CRMA) Project Aug 2014 Aug 2014 South Sudan National Bureau of Statistics $001 Completed View
6. Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration (DDR) final project evaluation Project Sep 2013 Sep 2013 South Sudan Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration Commission $30,000 Completed View
7. Joint UNDP BCPR and DFID review of the Community Security and Arms Control project Project
  • Joint with UNDP BCPR and DFID
Jan 2013 Feb 2013 UNDP, CSAC Bureau, SSPRC, Local government ministries $15,000 Completed View
8. Review of Rapid Capacity Placement Initiative (RCPI) Project Aug 2012 Aug 2012 10 State Ministries of Finance and Economic Planning $40,000 Completed View

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