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  • This evaluation was conducted by the Evaluation Office (EO) of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), with Roberto La Rovere as evaluation manager. The office drew on the following persons to conduct the evaluation: Cheikh Faye’ (team leader), and team members Ibrahim Oumarou (field coordinator and environment); Abdoulaye Noumaou (poverty and gender); Daouda Aliou (governance); and Marguerite Monnet (crisis and disaster management and prevention). Lisa Kleinhenz and Anna dall’Oca provided research support from the EO in New York. This evaluation was conducted by the Evaluation Office (EO) of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), with Roberto La Rovere as evaluation manager. The office drew on the following persons to conduct the evaluation: Cheikh Faye’ (team leader), and team members Ibrahim Oumarou (field coordinator and environment); Abdoulaye Noumaou (poverty and gender); Daouda Aliou (governance); and Marguerite Monnet (crisis and disaster management and prevention). Lisa Kleinhenz and Anna dall’Oca provided research support from the EO in New York.

  • Assessment of Development Results (ADR) are a core work area of the EO which independently and systematically assess progress around key UNDP interventions in countries receiving UNDP support. The ADR was conducted in collaboration with the Government of Niger in order to strengthen ownership of evaluation results by national partners and, consequently their credibility and utility. Assessment of Development Results (ADR) are a core work area of the EO which independently and systematically assess progress around key UNDP interventions in countries receiving UNDP support. The ADR was conducted in collaboration with the Government of Niger in order to strengthen ownership of evaluation results by national partners and, consequently their credibility and utility.

  • The Assessment of Development Results (ADR) is an independent evaluation managed by the Evaluation Office (EO) of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Niger in 2012. It assesses UNDP’s overall contribution to the development of the country over the two most recent programming cycles (2004-2008 and 2009-2013), as well as the strategy and performance of UNDP-Niger during the last two programme cycles and their action plans. The ADR team focused on evaluating the results of completed programmes and, the quality and scope of ongoing programmes. The Assessment of Development Results (ADR) is an independent evaluation managed by the Evaluation Office (EO) of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Niger in 2012. It assesses UNDP’s overall contribution to the development of the country over the two most recent programming cycles (2004-2008 and 2009-2013), as well as the strategy and performance of UNDP-Niger during the last two programme cycles and their action plans. The ADR team focused on evaluating the results of completed programmes and, the quality and scope of ongoing programmes.

  • The Assessment of Development Results (ADR) in Niger is an independent evaluation managed by the Evaluation Office (EO) of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). It assesses UNDP’s overall contribution to the development of Niger over the two most recent programming cycles (2004-2008 and 2009-2013) as well as UNDP-Niger’s strategy, performance and action plans during this period. The Assessment of Development Results (ADR) in Niger is an independent evaluation managed by the Evaluation Office (EO) of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). It assesses UNDP’s overall contribution to the development of Niger over the two most recent programming cycles (2004-2008 and 2009-2013) as well as UNDP-Niger’s strategy, performance and action plans during this period.

  • This chapter provides the national context in which UNDP has implemented its Country Programme in Niger. After an overview, the country’s development challenges and the Government’s national strategies are described, especially those relevant to the achievement of the MDGs. Finally, there is an analysis of financial contributions from international donors for implementing national strategies. This chapter provides the national context in which UNDP has implemented its Country Programme in Niger. After an overview, the country’s development challenges and the Government’s national strategies are described, especially those relevant to the achievement of the MDGs. Finally, there is an analysis of financial contributions from international donors for implementing national strategies.

  • This chapter describes how UNDP, through the UNDAF framework, responded to the challenges outlined in the previous chapter and how it adapted to evolving situations during the past decade. This chapter describes how UNDP, through the UNDAF framework, responded to the challenges outlined in the previous chapter and how it adapted to evolving situations during the past decade.

  • This chapter assesses the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability of UNDP’s contributions to development results. The assessment follows the structure of the Country Programme thematic clusters and programme outcomes. This chapter assesses the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability of UNDP’s contributions to development results. The assessment follows the structure of the Country Programme thematic clusters and programme outcomes.

  • This chapter analyses UNDP’s delivery processes to determine its contributions to development results. First, the global intervention framework is reviewed, including all intermediate processes involved in the delivery of goods and services needed to achieve outcomes. Second, UNDP’s strategic position is reviewed to highlight how its support contributes to achieving targeted development goals. This chapter analyses UNDP’s delivery processes to determine its contributions to development results. First, the global intervention framework is reviewed, including all intermediate processes involved in the delivery of goods and services needed to achieve outcomes. Second, UNDP’s strategic position is reviewed to highlight how its support contributes to achieving targeted development goals.

  • This chapter captures the conclusions derived from the evaluation and proposes appropriate recommendations to move forward. This chapter captures the conclusions derived from the evaluation and proposes appropriate recommendations to move forward.