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Évaluation dans le contexte ONU
UNICEF Evaluation Function & UN Coherence
The United Nations Evaluation Group (UNEG) is a professional network that brings together all the units responsible for evaluation in the UN system and UNICEF evaluation office is a member of UNEG. UNEG was established in 1984 and currently has 43 members. Membership is institutional with the units responsible for evaluation in the UN system.
UNEG's Work Programme is defined by members at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) and implemented by Task Forces and Working Groups made of members able to contribute time and resources to produce deliverables. The UNEG Noms seeks to facilitate system-wide collaboration on evaluation by ensuring that evaluation entities within the UN follow agreed basic principles. They provide a reference for strengthening, professionalizing and improving the quality of evaluation in all entities of the United Nations system. The UNEG standards build upon the Norms for evaluation for the UN system and are drawn from best practice of UNEG members. They are intended to guide the establishment of the institutional framework, management of the evaluation function, conduct and use of evaluations and are also a reference for the competencies of evaluation practitioners and work ethics. Read the UNEG Norms and Standards.
The UNEG Coordination Committee supports the Chair of UNEG, vice-Chair and Executive Coordinator in facilitating and coordinating the ongoing work of UNEG in line with decisions taken at the AGM. It is presided over by the Chair of UNEG and is representative of the diversity of the UNEG membership.
The UNICEF Evaluation Office is involved in the following UNEG Task Forces:
- Human Rights and Gender Equality Task Force
- Impact Evaluation Task Force
- Joint Evaluation Task Force
- National Evaluation Capacity Task Force
- Norms and Standards Task Force
- Strengthening the Evaluation Function Task Force