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Assessment of Development Results - Ukraine

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This report presents an assessment of the key development results in Ukraine in the last five to seven years, focusing on the contribution the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has made towards them. In the first part of the 1990s,Ukraine’s transition took place against the backdrop of substantial economic and social decline. Since 1999, recovery has taken hold, and the economic growth performance has been impressive in recent years. Still, Ukraine continues to operate far below its human development potential, especially in comparison to its European neighbours.

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This report presents an assessment of the key development results in Ukraine in the last five to seven years, focusing on the contribution the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has made towards them. The introduction of results-based management in UNDP has created a demand for objective and independent Assessments of Development Results (ADR) in developing partner countries, and to discern how UNDP may have contributed to achieving them. ADR is a methodology that has been designed and applied by the Evaluation Office (EO), UNDP, to meet the above demand. In addition, ADRs also service UNDP’s requirements of corporate accountability, quality assurance, lessons learnt from country level experiences and their utilization to strengthen corporate knowledge and policies. At the country level, ADRs provide an opportunity for UNDP to examine its relevance, by examining if it is doing the right things, and its effectiveness, by examining if it is achieving the envisaged objectives. Such an analysis helps UNDP to strategically re-position and re-orientate its country programmes as desired. The Ukraine ADR is one of the several ADRs completed by EO, UNDP in 2004.

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