Evaluation and good practices

Evaluation helps achieve better results for children

Evaluation & Equity

"The equity approach is not only right in principle. It is right in practice. This means, in practice, doing a better job of mapping the areas of greatest need – looking beyond averages and disaggregating the data so as better to target the hardest to reach. It means developing better monitoring and evaluation of results, to see what is working and where further resources should be focused.” Tony Lake, UNICEF Executive Director- Tokyo, 3 June 2011

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Evaluation News:

Celebrating International Year of Evaluation 2015

Lighting of the Evaluation Torch - International Year of  Evaluation

A Post-2015 World Fit for Children

Adoption of the UN Resolution on National Evaluation Capacity Development

ALNAP-UNICEF e-learning course: Introduction to Evaluating Humanitarian Action





What is Evaluation Policy? This brief summarizes key sections and messages contained in our organizational Evaluation Policy.  See the Evaluation Policy brief.

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Evaluation database

Evaluation database

The UNICEF Evaluation Database contains thousands of abstract text as well as the full reports of all evaluations, studies and surveys related to UNICEF Programmes that are in compliance with the UNICEF Global Evaluation Reports Oversight System (GEROS), which assesses the quality of all evaluation reports.  Reports can be searched by country, by region, by theme or by date.

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