Evaluation Plan of 2022-2025
Plan Detail (2022-2025)
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The Evaluation Plan is formulated to support UNDP ambition in providing strategic level policy advisory to the government at the macro level as well as at the subnational/local level. As the country office ramp up implementation of proof-of-concept projects, policy lessons and insights will be distilled by the team in the Learning and Insights Unit. A feedback loop in garnering learning to inform future/ new programmatic design and direction will be reinforced. In this context, the evaluation plan is critical to provide independent assessment of the programme and projects achievement as well as learning opportunities. The evaluation findings serve as important tools for strengthening UNDP positioning through communication and partnership building. The CPD 2022-2025 is a short four-year cycle with an annual budget of $10 million. Therefore, the Evaluation Plan prioritizes learning under CO new areas of work as well as meeting compliance for mandatory evaluations. Beyond the ICPE, CO will commission one Outcome mid-term evaluation to assess achievements and lessons gained for the new outcome on Prosperity. The Gender themed evaluation was also prioritized to assess gender mainstreaming across the four outcomes and support CO’s commitment towards the Gender Seal Framework. In addition, UNDP, as the technical lead, will play a key role in the joint evaluation of the first Joint Programme in Malaysia, funded by the Joint SDG Fund, and supporting the development of the INFF in Malaysia. UNDP will also contribute to the terminal evaluation of the UNSDCF to assess our contribution to the first cooperation framework for Malaysia.
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2. Final Evaluation - Promoting a Fair Business Environment in ASEAN (FairBiz) Project RBAP Mar 2022 Completed Feb 2022 View

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