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Assessment of Development Results - China

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This Assessment of Development Results (ADR) in China is a country-level evaluation to assess the overall performance of UNDP and its contribution to development in China since 2006. It provides stakeholders an objective assessment of UNDP work and evaluates the effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability of UNDP programmes. This report also examines UNDP strategic positioning in China as well as relevance and responsiveness to China’s development priorities and needs. The ADR is situated against the background of China’s human development achievements and national priorities.

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Introduction

This Assessment of Development Results (ADR) in China is a country-level evaluation to assess the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) overall performance and contribution to development in China since 2006. It provides stakeholders an objective assessment of UNDP work and evaluates the effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability of UNDP programmes. It also examines UNDP strategic positioning in China as well as relevance and responsiveness to China’s development priorities and needs. Central questions for the evaluation are how and whether UNDP has used its comparative advantage and its overall support to further China’s development effectiveness in fulfilling national development priorities and the attainment of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). In doing so, the analysis assesses the intended outcomes as articulated in the UNDP Country Programme Document (CPD) for China (2006-2010).

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