Assessment of Development Results - India

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This report presents an independent country-level evaluation conducted by the UNDP Evaluation Office in 2010. The evaluation examines the strategic relevance and positioning of UNDP support, and its contribution to the development of India.




The Assessment of Development Results (ADR) as a core area of the work of the Evaluation Office seeks to independently and systematically assess progress around key United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) interventions in countries which receive UNDP support. This ADR is the 66th assessment, and the 17th conducted within the Regional Bureau of Asia and the Pacific. It builds upon the first ADR conducted in India in 2002, and focuses on the impact of the following UNDP interventions between 2004-2011: namely the programme areas of poverty reduction and MDG achievement, democratic governance, environment and sustainable development, HIV/AIDS, and crisis prevention and recovery. It is a critical reflection of how well UNDP has worked in this country context, and makes findings and presents recommendations to enhance the alignment between UNDP global focal priority areas and actual benefits at the country level.


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