Assessment of Development Results - Honduras

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This report on Honduras’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 Honduras’s economic history, its current juncture and prospects, the ADR examined the past with a forward-looking perspective.



Executive summary

This report presents the findings of the Honduras country evaluation undertaken by the UNDP Evaluation Office (EO) in July 2004. The evaluation is part of a series of independent country evaluations, called Assessment of Development Results (ADRs), that the EO carries out in a select number of programme countries. The purpose of this evaluation is to provide an overall assessment of the key development results and outcomes in Honduras and UNDP’s contribution to the country’s development through support provided in partnerships with other development actors from 1998 to 2004. It examines and analyzes how UNDP has positioned itself strategically in order to respond to national needs as articulated by the Government. Finally, based on the assessment of development results and strategic positioning forged by UNDP, the report offers strategic recommendations with a view to strengthening the country programme’s performance and contribution to development effectiveness in Honduras.


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