Assessment of Development Results - Iraq

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This Assessment of Development Results (ADR) in Iraq was conducted by the Independent Evaluation Office (IEO) of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in 2013 towards the end of the current UNDP programme cycle of 2011–2014 with a view to contributing to the preparation of the new UNDP country programme as well as the forthcoming United National Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF). The ADR assesses the strategic positioning of UNDP support in transition and development. The ADR covers a particularly important time for Iraq, in its efforts towards reconstruction and transition to development.




The Independent Evaluation Office of UNDP would like to thank all those who contributed to this Assessment of Development Results (ADR) in Iraq. The evaluation team, led by Masahiro Igarashi and Vijayalakshmi Vadivelu from the Independent Evaluation Office, consisted of Jim Freedmen, David Gairdner, Abbas Balasem and Riadh Al-Allaf. Jim Freedmen and Abbas Balasem assessed the outcomes areas (strengthened participatory mechanisms, enhanced rule of law, and accountable and transparent governance) and David Gairdner and Riadh Al-Allaf assessed support to pro-poor strategies and enabling policy frameworks for economic recovery. Their collective expertise and contribution to the conduct of the evaluation and preparation of the ADR were extremely valuable to this evaluation. We wish to also thank Abbas Balasem for reviewing the Arabic version of the report.


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