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Evaluation at UNICEF serves the organization’s mission, and support UNICEF in fulfilling its mandate. By supporting organizational learning and accountability, evaluation aims to help UNICEF continually improve its performance and results. Every year, UNICEF conducts a number of independent evaluations, engaging competent evaluators that conduct their work with due attention to the UN evaluation standards. This section contains abstracts and full reports of evaluations related to UNICEF programmes in Cambodia that are in compliance with UNICEF Evaluation Reports Standards and UNICEF Global Evaluation Reports Oversight System (GEROS).



2018: Promoting and Protecting the Rights of Children: A Formative Evaluation of UNICEF’S Child Protection Programme in Cambodia
UNICEF Cambodia’s Child Protection Programme 2016-2018 aimed to achieve the outcome that “by 2018, girls and boys vulnerable to and exposed to violence and those separated from their family, or at risk of separation, are increasingly protected by ...

2018: Global Evaluation of UNICEF’s Drinking Water Supply Programming in Rural Areas and Small Towns 2006–2016: Cambodia Country Case Study
This country case study report is a component of the ‘Global Evaluation of UNICEF’s Drinking Water Supply Programming in Rural Areas and Small Towns’, which was commissioned by the UNICEF Evaluation Office to assess UNICEF’s experience...

2018: Evaluation of the CARD and UNICEF Cash Transfer Pilot Project for Pregnant Women and Children in Cambodia
The Council for Agricultural and Rural Development (CARD) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Cash Transfer Pilot Project for Pregnant Women and Children in Cambodia was designed in 2013, targeting pregnant women and children under-five...

2018: Outcome Evaluation of the Education Capacity Development Partnership Fund
This report goes over findings, conclusions and recommendations of the independent Evaluation of the Education Capacity Development Partnership Fund Phase I and II...

2017: Evaluation of United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) Cycles 2011-2015 and 2016-2018 in Cambodia
This report goes over findings, conclusions and recommendations of the independent Evaluation of the Cambodia United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) Cycles 2011-2015 and 2016-2018 that was commissioned by the United Nations Country Team..

2017: Reducing Stunting in Children Under Five Years of Age: A Comprehensive Evaluation of UNICEF’s Strategies and Programme Performance
This independent case study report of Cambodia, was prepared by ICF International in conjunction with UNICEF Evaluation Office. It is part of the global evaluation to assess UNICEF’s efforts in reducing stunting.

2016: Joint Formative Evaluation of Child Friendly School Policy Implementation in Cambodia
Cambodia was one of the earliest countries in the East Asia and Pacific region to introduce and then adapt the original Child-Friendly School (CFS) framework.

2016: Evaluation of Community Preschool Modality in Cambodia
Over a decade, UNICEF Cambodia supported the Ministry of Women’s Affairs to establish community-based childcare classes, with technical input from the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport.

2014: UNICEF's Upstream Work in Basic Education and Gender Equality 2003-2012: Cambodia Country Case Study
This upstream work carried out towards advancement of basic education and gender equality in UNICEF Cambodia, as part of a global evaluation. Cambodia was one of the four countries selected for in-depth study.

2013: Final Evaluation of the Joint Programme for Children, Food Security and Nutrition in Cambodia
The Joint Programme for Children, Food Security and Nutrition in Cambodia supported by the MDG Fund.

2012: Buddhist Leadership Initiative Evaluation 2008-2012
The Buddhist Leadership Initiative originated in Thailand in 1997 as part of UNICEF’s regional strategy for Buddhist engagement in the response to HIV and AIDS in the Mekong Sub-region.

2011: Evaluation of the UNICEF’s Early Childhood Development Programme with Focus on the Government of Netherlands Funding (2008-2010): Cambodia Country Case Study Report
The results of a retrospective evaluation of policy and programmatic initiatives to promote early childhood development (ECD) in Cambodia.

2011: Evaluation of Adolescent and Youth Participation in UNICEF Cambodia
The evaluation aims to respond to a number of questions related to effectiveness and impact of the programmes against stated objectives and of programming approaches employed.

2009: Evaluation of the HIV/Reproductive Health Programme “Health for Future Work”
The five-year programme “Health for Future Work” is a Public-Private Partnership between UNICEF and H&M and is carried out by the Cambodian NGO Women Development Association (WDA).

2009: Law Enforcement against Sexual Abuse, Sexual Exploitation & Trafficking of Children Project - Phase 3 Assessment
The Law Enforcement Against Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking of Children (LEASETC) Project has been implemented in three phases: Phase 1 from April 2000 to March 2002; Phase 2 from April 2002 to March 2005; and Phase 3 from April 2005 to December 2008.

2009 Cambodia: Impact Assessment of Basic Education Program (EBEP) Supported Training
The Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sports (MoEYS), within the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGoC), has identified capacity building as a key strategy to expand and enhance educational services in Cambodia.

2009: Evaluation of Community-Led Total Sanitation
Among the key constraints identified through the rural water and sanitation sector review in 2006 is the lack of a strategic approach to sanitation and hygiene improvement.

2009: An Evaluation of the Anti-Trafficking and Reintegration Programme of the Ministry of Social Affairs, Veterans and Youth Rehabilitation
The Anti Trafficking and Reintegration Office (ATRO) of the Ministry of Social Affairs, Veterans and Youth Rehabilitation was set up in 2006 in response to concerns that women and children repatriated or deported across borders

2007: An Evaluation of Early Childhood Care and Education Programmes in Cambodia
The results of the assessment have found that the Differences in Developmental Functioning. Children who participated in early childhood programmes (State Preschool, Community Preschool and Home-based Programmes) had significantly better developmental

2006: Evaluation of the UNICEF Supported Seth Koma Water Environment and Sanitation Activities
Water Environment and Sanitation (WES), part of Seth Koma (community action for child rights) programme, was carried out in six selected provinces in Cambodia.

2005: Country Programme Evaluation Royal Government of Cambodia and UNICEF 2001-2005
The main purpose of the CPE Cambodia was to support the strategy development process for the next CPC (2006-2010). The new CPC should ideally align its objectives, targets and indicators.

2005: External Evaluation of Social Work Training Programme
The Social Work Training Programme is meeting an important need in building the professional capacity of the MoSVY in delivering services to vulnerable groups in Cambodia.

2005: External Evaluation of Child Friendly Schools (CFS) Programme
Based on a one-year pilot in two provinces, the CFS project emerged as a broadly-aimed, loosely structured innovation in support of education reform within a fairly weak policy and institutional environment.

2005: External Evaluation of UNICEF Support to Rehabilitation and Reintegration of MINE/UXO
This report presents the findings and recommendations of the Joint Evaluation of the Mine Action Sector in Cambodia to the Royal Cambodian Government (RGC) and the donor Technical Working Group on Mine Action (TWG).

2004: Child Protection Network: Findings and Recommendations of the External Evaluation
The purpose of this evaluation was to assess the progress made by CPN in achieving its objectives. The evaluation took place during a mid-term review of UNICEF’s five-year Master Plan of Operation.

2003: Evaluation of a Traditional Birth Attendant Programme: Stung Treng Province, Cambodia
In 2001, UNICEF assumed responsibility for providing the budget to the Provincial Health Department for follow-up activities of TBAs in Sesan District in Stung Treng Province.

2002: The New Deal in Cambodia: The Second Year - Confirmed Results, Confirmed Challenges
The New Deal is a specific strategy adopted in Cambodia by the Ministry of Health (MoH), MSF, UNICEF and the WHO in order to find a way out for a public health system stuck in a crisis of under-utilisation and low efficiency.

2002: Report on the Qualitative Assessment of Community Action for Child Rights (Seth Koma) Programme and an Assessment of the Collaboration between Seth Koma and Seila
Since 1997, Seth Koma has been working closely with the Seila Programme in selected communes. Seila provides a standard framework for decentralised planning and financing of local development to the commune level.

2002: External Evaluation of the Pilot Project of Community Based Mine Risk Reduction
In early 2001, CMAC, Handicap International Belgium (HI-B), UNICEF and other members of the Mine Awareness Working Group (MAWG) designed a strategy for a more sustainable and community-oriented approach to mine awareness in Cambodia.

2000: UNICEF Follow-Up Survey of Households in CASD Villages
In 1998, UNICEF Cambodia identified a need to collect data from of the Community Action for Social Development (CASD) programme for monitoring and evaluation purposes as a baseline survey.

2000: UNICEF External Evaluation of Supported Mine Action Projects
UNICEF has been supporting this project, implemented as part of the strategic operations of the Cambodia Mine Action Centre, since the project's inception in March 1997.

2000: Introducing User Fees at Public Sector Health Facilities in Cambodia
The evaluation provided an overview of issues raised in connection to introducing user fees for services at public sector health facilities in Cambodia.

2000: Capacity Building of People with Disability in the Community (CABDIC) in Cambodia
Officially created in January 1999, Capacity Building of People with Disability in the Community (CABDIC) focused on early intervention among children with disability and capacity building in the community through self-help initiatives and awareness.

 

 
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