Assessment of Development Results - Sierra Leone

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The Independent Evaluation Office of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) conducted a country level evaluation, an Assessment of Development Results (ADR) in Sierra Leone in 2013. It examined the Sierra Leone country programme over the 2008-2012. The ADR is an independent evaluation aimed at capturing and demonstrating evaluative evidence of UNDP’s contribution to development results and its strategic positioning in the country. This is the first ADR conducted in Sierra Leone, which was carried out with support of the Government of Sierra Leone (GoSL), various other national stakeholders, and the UNDP Sierra Leone country office and Regional Bureau of Africa (RBA).




It gives me great pleasure to present the Assessment of Development Results (ADR) in the Republic of Sierra Leone. This is the first ADR assessment of UNDP’s contribution to Sierra Leone and covers the period 2008-2012. Specifically, the ADR focused on the previous 2008-2010 Country Programme Document (CPD) (which was extended by the UNDP Executive Board until 2012), and covered as much as possible of the ongoing 2013-2014 CPD. The findings and recommendations of the ADR were discussed at a stakeholder workshop held in Freetown on 8 July 2014 attended by almost 70 stakeholders who shared their comments on the report and provided feedback on the role and future potential contribution of UNDP in the context of the next country programme.


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