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“The report is concise, well written and easy to read and flow. The strength of the report is in its well-crafted evaluation design summarised in the evaluation matrix. The evaluation matrix communicates the evaluation process with clarity and offers the best example of a well-planned evaluation. The detailed recommendations which ‘stimulate learning and consolidate the sustainability prospects of the project’ makes the report a valuable asset for the organization, program managers and other stakeholders.”
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Funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), this project aimed at making the UN’s workforce more inclusive by deploying UN Volunteers with disabilities to the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and other UN partners.
As per the Independent Evaluation Office’s guidance, we put a principle of ‘Do No Harm’ first and undertook an all-virtual evaluation process with remote data collection to protect the well-being of everyone involved.
The strength of this evaluation was in the commitment of everyone involved – and in the comprehensive planning conducted. A well-crafted evaluation design and a detailed evaluation matrix allowed for a step-by-step process leading to excellent results.
UNV wishes to thank Gheorghe Caraseni for conducting this evaluation. As a programme administered by UNDP, UNV benefits from the guidance provided by the Independent Evaluation Office (IEO).