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).



Development challenges and national strategies

This chapter provides a brief overview of the country context in which UNDP operated in Sierra Leone in terms of political context, United Nations mandates and milestones, government systems and subnational governance and decentralization reforms. It summarizes the key development challenges faced by Sierra Leone over the period being examined, in the sectors of security, justice, human rights, human development and Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), and development cooperation, and the national response in terms of strategies, policies and priorities.


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