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Thematic Evaluations assess UNDP performance in areas that are critical to ensuring sustained contribution to development results in the context of emerging development issues and changing priorities at the global and regional levels. To this end, thematic evaluations may cover, for example, UNDP policies, focus areas, partnerships, programmatic approaches, cooperation modalities, or business models. The Evaluation Office also engages in evaluations conducted jointly with other United Nations organizations to assess system-wide performance.
This evaluation examined the efficiency and effectiveness of UNDP inter-agency services, with the aim to provide useful recommendations to improve and inform UNDP’s performance as a provider of inter-agency operational services. The analysis of the evaluation covered 16 countries and UNDP Global Shared Services Centres, and collected feedback from more than 350 interviews and 600 surveyed respondents from UN entities at the central, regional and country office levels.
This evaluation examined the efficiency and effectiveness of UNDP inter-agency pooled financing services provided through the Multi-Partner Trust Fund Office. Its aims to provide forward looking recommendations to improve and inform UNDP’s positioning as a provider of inter-agency pooled financing services.
The report focuses attention on key aspects of UNDPs work under the current strategic plan, and considers the way UNDP, as an essential UN organisation, provides programme support to partner governments.
This report presents the assessment of UNDP institutional effectiveness conducted jointly by the Independent Evaluation Office (IEO) and Office of Audit and Investigations (OAI) of UNDP.
This evaluation provides an assessment of UNDP performance during the period covered by the Strategic Plan and an organizational assessment of UNDP's use of the Plan.
In an increasing inter-connected and inter-dependent world. Regional cooperation has immense potential Countries are collaborating to address challenges that cannot be addressed individually and on regional public goods.
The evaluation report provides insights into UNDP partnerships with global funds and philanthropic foundations.
The evaluation was undertaken in response to the requirement of the UNIDO Industrial Development Board to assess the performance of the Cooperation Agreement between UNDP and UNIDO signed 23 September 2004.
This report presents the assessment of an independent evaluation conducted by the Evaluation Office of UNDP of the adoption of results based management (RBM) as an approach.