Assessment of Development Results - Djibouti

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This is the first ADR conducted in Djibouti, and it focuses on UNDP contributions to development results in the country during UNDP-Djibouti’s two most recent programming cycles – 2003-2007 and 2008-2012. The objectives of this ADR are: (i) to identify progress made towards the anticipated development results of the past two UNDP programming cycles; (ii) to analyse how UNDP in Djibouti has been positioned to add value to the country’s efforts to promote its development; (iii) to present conclusions and lessons learned with a view to the organization’s future positioning in Djibouti. The findings and recommendations of the ADR will inform the new Djibouti Country Programme Document for the upcoming programming cycle of 2013-2017, for which UNDP-Djibouti has begun preparation.



Executive summary

Assessments of Development Results (ADRs) are an independent evaluation of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)’s contribution to the development results in countries where the organization operates. This ADR was launched by the Evaluation Office (EO) of UNDP in 2011. UNDP’s contribution to national development efforts was assessed against the following criteria: thematic relevance; effectiveness; efficiency; and sustainability. UNDP’s strategic position was assessed against the following criteria: strategic relevance and responsiveness, making the most of UNDP’s comparative strength, and promotion of UN values from a human development perspective.


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