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Evaluation database

Reports by region

Multi-regional/Multi-country

2018 Senegal: Plan Cadre des Nations Unies pour l’Aide au Développement du Sénégal (PNUAD) 2012-2018 : Rapport d’Evaluation Finale

2017 LACRO: Multi-Country Evaluation of Early Child Education Policies in Latin America and the Caribbean

2017 Cambodia: Evaluation of the UNDAF Cycles 2011-2015 and 2016-2018 in Cambodia

2017 Albania: Evaluation of the “Breaking the cycle of exclusion for Roma children through Early Childhood Development and Education” multi-country project in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Serbia and Albania

2016 Zimbabwe: Mid Term Evaluation of the Joint Programme on Prevention of Gender Based Violence (JPGBV) Against Young Women and Adolescent Girls

2016 Zambia: Evaluation of the United Nations Joint Project ‘Protecting Migrant Children from Trafficking and Exploitation’

2016 ROSA/EAPRO: Maternal and Young Child Nutrition Security Initiative in Asia [MYCNSIA]: External Evaluation of the EU-UNICEF Partnership 2011-2015

2016 ESARO/WCARO: Evaluation of the EU/UNICEF Partnership on Nutrition Security

2016 Cape Verde: Final Evaluation of the Common Country Programme Document from UNDP, UNFPA and UNICEF Cabo Verde

2015 ROSA/EAPRO: IATT on YKP - joint evaluation of HIV-related capacity development initiatives on young key populations in Asia and the Pacific in the period 2010 – 2014

2015 Programme Division: Extrenal mid-term, formative evaluation of the Optimizing HIV Treatment Access (OHTA) for Pregnant and Breastfeeding Women Initiative in Uganda, Malawi, Cote d'Ivoire and DRC

2015 Global - Health Section: CI IHSS Summative Evaluation Reports and Appendices

2013 EAPRO/ROSA: External Evaluation of the EU/UNICEF Partnerships on Nutrition Security. MYCNSIA Mid-Term Evaluation

2011 Global: The Role Of Education In Peacebuilding: A synthesis report of findings from Lebanon, Nepal and Sierra Leone [Research Study]


 

 

 

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