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2019 Sri Lanka: Evaluability assessment of the UNICEF Sri Lanka Country Programme



Executive summary

The new Evaluation Policy issued by UNICEF in 2018 requires Country Programmes to undergo a Country Programme Evaluation at least once every two programme cycle or once in a programme cycle if monitoring and audit information points to a significant shift in the programming context or a significant increase in the level of risk. The last Country Programme Evaluation (CPE) for Sri Lanka was for the 2002-2006 cycle, and the next CPE would ideally take place at the end of the current cycle to allow the findings and recommendations to feed in the development of the next Country Programme 2023-2027.

In this context, the UNICEF Sri Lanka Country Office has commissioned this evaluability assessment of the Lanka Country Programme (CP) 2018-2022. The main purpose of the assessment is to review whether the programme impact pathways and causal chains have been adequately and logically articulated through the programme Theory of Change and outcome and output statements, while applying the principles of results-based management (RBM).  The goal of the assessment is to determine the overall readiness of the Country Programme to be evaluated in a reliable and credible fashion.



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Report information

Year:
2019

Office/Country:
Sri Lanka

Region:
ROSA

Type:
Evaluation

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Language:
English


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