Assessment of Development Results - Nepal

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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 Nepal.




The Evaluation Office of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) launched an Assessment of Development Results (ADR) in Nepal in 2010. An ADR is an independent country-level programmatic evaluation aimed at capturing and providing demonstrated evaluative evidence of UNDP’s contribution to development results and UNDP’s strategic positioning in Nepal. The overall goals of the ADR are to support greater UNDP accountability for development results to national stakeholders and partners in the programme country, to the UNDP Executive Board and to the public. The ADR is also expected to contribute to learning at the corporate, regional and country level. The results and recommendations of the ADR will be fed into the new Nepal Country Programme Document (CPD) 2013-2017 which will be prepared by the UNDP country office in agreement with the national Government and the Regional Bureau for Asia and the Pacific (RBAP). The ADR report will be made available to the UNDP Executive Board in June 2012 where the draft CPD will be tabled for discussion.


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