Assessment of Development Results - Botswana

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The UNDP Assessment of Development Results (ADR) in Botswana covers the period from 2003 to 2008 and includes the period of the current United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) and UNDP country programme. It focuses on effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability, which refer to the assessment of development results and programme-level analysis, as well as on relevance, responsiveness, equity and partnerships, which relate to strategic positioning and analysis at a strategic level. The UN contribution to the development of Botswana has a long history. The current priority areas of action are: achieving the MDGs and reducing human poverty; energy and environment for sustainable development; and responding to HIV/AIDS.



Background and context

As a part of the continuous process to enhance UNDP’s corporate performance, the UNDP Evaluation Office undertakes independent evaluations of the country offices (CO) when these are in the process of preparing their country programmes. The evaluations are called Assessment of Development Results (ADR). They aim at assessing the progress towards outcomes defined in the UNDP programming documents, and at analysing UNDP’s positioning in relation to national development needs. They also present key findings, draw main lessons, and provide a set of clear and forward-looking options for management to make adjustments in the current strategy and next country programme.


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