Assessment of Development Results - Bhutan

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This report on Bhutan’s Assessment of Development Results (ADR) focuses on the following three thematic areas: fostering democratic governance; achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and reducing poverty under a human development perspective; and ensuring environmental sustainability. Reflecting on the characteristics of Bhutan’s economic history, its current juncture and prospects, the ADR examined the past with a forward-looking perspective.




The Assessment of Development Results (ADR) Bhutan report presents the findings of the evaluation of UNDP’s contributions in Bhutan, carried out by the Evaluation Office (EO) of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in 2006. It is one of seven ADRs completed in 2006. An ADR is conducted in response to the requirements of the evaluation policy of UNDP endorsed by the UNDP Executive Board in June 2006, which calls for an independent country-level evaluation of UNDP’s attainment of its intended and achieved results as well as its contributions to the development results of the countries where it works. The aim of the ADR is to generate lessons for strengthening country-level programming and contribute to the organization’s effectiveness and substantive accountability.


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