Assessment of Development Results - Tajikistan

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This publication assesses UNDP contributions in Tajikistan between 2001 and 2008. The findings and recommendations of the ADR are intended to inform the preparation of the next country programme. The purpose of the ADR is to assist UNDP in continuing to build on its strengths and enhance its contribution to national development results. It provides an independent assessment of the progress, or lack thereof, towards the expected outcomes; highlights unexpected outcomes and missed opportunities; and presents key findings, lessons, and a set of clear and forward-looking options for management to make adjustments in the current strategy and next country programme.



UNDP in Tajikistan

UNDP began its programme in Tajikistan in 1993 and supported the relief and stabilization efforts of the international community and the United Nations Peacebuilding Support Office. Until 1997, UNDP activities were defined by the political and social instability in the country and the programme was largely confined to humanitarian assistance at the sub-district. Since the signing of the Peace Agreement in 1997, UNDP has expanded its programme scope to reconstruction, transition and development. A strategic framework for UNDP assistance was formulated for the period 1997 to 1998 to link humanitarian and longer-term development assistance. This later evolved into the first country programme for the period 1999 to 2000, subsequently followed by the second (2001 to 2004) and third country programmes (2005 to 2009). The ADR carried out an evaluation of the third country programme and part of the interventions of the second country programme. The programme response of UNDP is described in the following sections.


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