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Assessment of Development Results - Chile

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The publication presents an assessment of UNDP’s contribution to development results in Chile was performed during 2009 to help design a new country programme, and covers the 2001-2009 period, including the 2001-2003 programming cycle that extended through 2006, and the 2007-2010 cycle. The assessment has two main components or dimensions: the evaluation of UNDP’s contribution to development results in Chile and the Agency’s strategic positioning. It offers a synthesis of the context in its multiple dimensions: political, socioeconomic, human development, environmental and energy. This synthesis provides a framework for the treatment of the role of the United Nations system and of UNDP Chile during the period examined. The book illustrates the contributions of UNDP to development results and reviews UNDP’s strategic positioning. The final part presents findings, lessons and recommendations of the assessment.

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Introduction

Having an appropriate planning, monitoring and evaluation cycle enhances UNDP’s contribution to its partner countries by establishing a clear connection between past, present and future initiatives and the achievement of development objectives. The Evaluation Office (EO) at UNDP performs regular country-level assessments in order to determine the Organization’s contribution to development results. UNDP’s evaluation policy sets forth guidelines for these assessments known by their acronym, ADR (Assessment of Development Results). The assessments fulfill two objectives: they operate as a learning tool both for UNDP and the country, and as an accountability mechanism for UNDP before its Executive Board and its national counterparts. Having an appropriate planning, monitoring and evaluation cycle enhances UNDP’s contribution to its partner countries by establishing a clear connection between past, present and future initiatives and the achievement of development objectives. The Evaluation Office (EO) at UNDP performs regular country-level assessments in order to determine the Organization’s contribution to development results. UNDP’s evaluation policy sets forth guidelines for these assessments known by their acronym, ADR (Assessment of Development Results). The assessments fulfill two objectives: they operate as a learning tool both for UNDP and the country, and as an accountability mechanism for UNDP before its Executive Board and its national counterparts.

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