Assessment of Development Results - Tunisia

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Under the framework of the UNDP Evaluation Office’s evaluation plan 2009–2010, an Assessment of Development Results (ADR) was carried out in Tunisia. This evaluation had three objectives: i) to assess the progress made against the results outlined in the document of the last two UNDP programme cycles (2002–2006 and 2007–2011); ii) to analyse and clarify UNDP’s strategic positioning in its contribution to the government’s efforts to meet certain development challenges; and iii) to present the conclusions and lessons learned in view of better positioning UNDP in Tunisia, particularly in terms of required expertise adapted to the needs of this middle-income country, which is undergoing drastic political, socio-economic and cultural changes.



Contribution of UNDP programmes to development results

In this chapter the interventions of UNDP in Tunisia are analysed against the ADR evaluation criteria. It is undeniable that in terms of support for the national processes for creating strategic vision, sectorial strategies, advocacy on significant topics (MDGs, climate change and the environment), and the launching of pilot projects, UNDP has played a fundamental or pivotal role and has acted as a catalyst. In other areas, it has initiated significant and relevant action, which has not come to fruition, as in the cases of the MDGs, employment, and local, administrative and economic governance due to a less favourable environment and the country’s socio-political troubles.


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