13 February 2024

Evaluation

Evaluations are a powerful source of evidence, Evaluations support learning and help us make decisions about programming, advocacy, and partnerships to protect children’s rights, meet their basic needs, and expand their opportunities to reach full potential. Evaluations also help hold UNICEF accountable to contributing results for children . Likewise, UNICEF works with national governments and…, Promoting the use of evaluation findings and recommendations for programming and decision-making, Country programme evaluations The 21 countries in the Eastern and Southern Africa Region works closely with respective government and other development partners to formalize, implement, monitor and evaluate UNICEF’s country programmes. UNICEF’s Country Programme Documents are public documents approved by the Executive Board, and outline UNICEF’s…, Building partnerships for evaluations, UNICEF’s Eastern and Southern Africa region’s Country Offices and the Regional Office builds partnerships with governments, other development agencies, academic institutions, civil society organizations, and voluntary organizations for professional evaluation (VOPEs) on evaluations.   National evaluation capacity development (NECD) Various NECD…, Generating evaluative evidence in humanitarian and emergency situations, UNICEF works in humanitarian and emergency situations to ensure children in emergency contexts have an opportunity to survive, are protected from violence, develop and reach their full potential, without discrimination, bias or favoritism.  UNICEF work in such contexts is guided by the UNICEF Strategic Plan and its Core Commitments for Children in…