Assessment of Development Results - Timor-Leste

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This Assessment of Development Results (ADR) in Timor Leste was conducted by the Independent Evaluation Office (IEO) of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in early 2012, towards the end of the 2009–2013 UNDP programme cycle with a view to contributing to the preparation of the new UNDP country programme and the UNDP component of the forthcoming United Nations Development Assistance Framework. The evaluation also included the 2003–2008 country programme.



UNDP's strategic positioning

From UNTAET to UNMIT, the UNDP programme has supported the Security Council mandate. The different missions each had their own accomplishments and limitations in consolidating peace and building national institutions. In many ways, Timor-Leste’s post-independence crisis also brought to the fore the limitations of UN efforts in state-building, and the impact of this on the work of UN agencies—UNDP in particular—whose mandate in governance and rule of law is complementary to the peacekeeping mission mandate.


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