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Evaluation at UNICEF aims to help UNICEF continually improve its performance and results. Only in knowing how we are doing, can we effect changes in policy and methodology to better serve the organization’s mission, and fulfil its mandate. Every year, UNICEF engages competent evaluators who then conduct tests and studies with due attention to the UN evaluation standards in order to independently gauge the organization's effectiveness. This section contains abstracts and full reports of evaluations related to UNICEF programmes in Malaysia.


SDG Review of National Evaluation Systems and Capacities for Evaluating Progress Towards the Sustainable Development Goals

The objective of the review is to generate a body of knowledge to guide national evaluation capacity development (NECD) for the SDGs by showcasing successes, lessons, and learnings from NESs, and providing informal NECD guidance oriented to the needs of evaluation for the SDGs. 

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capacity building evaluation report Evaluation of Capacity Development Initiatives Implemented by UNICEF Malaysia

A number of promising good practices and results were evidenced in this evaluation of capacity development initiatives. Recommendations point to ways to make capacity development more strategic, tilting the balance towards more institutional capacity development. 

Download the full report from the link below or click for an abridged version.

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evaluation_2015_teaser Evaluation of the Equity Focus of the Malaysia Country Programme

This evaluation was critical to provide background and primary research, as we headed into 2015, a year that would be predominated by discussions around a new CPD and the CPAP development process.    

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