Assessment of Development Results - Uruguay

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This is the first ADR conducted in Uruguay. It is performed in close cooperation with the Government of Uruguay, UNDP Country Office in Uruguay, and the Regional Bureau for Latin America and the Caribbean (RBLAC). The evaluation is focused on UNDP’s accountability regarding a set of results and on valuing its performance concerning such result. In the case of Uruguay, the results established in the Country Programme Document (CPD) are managed through four cooperation programme areas based on the structure of the Country Office. 1: Inclusive growth, diversification and innovation (also including international engagement). 2: Environment and reducing vulnerability (includes gender equity and local development). 3: Fighting inequity and poverty (includes: equitable social development, and gender equity). 4: Strengthening democratic governance at the local and national levels (including human rights).




This evaluation was conducted by the Independent Evaluation Office (IEO) of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The evaluation team, led by Roberto La Rovere (Evaluation Manager), included Irene Rodriguez (responsible for poverty, gender and MDGs), Leopoldo Font (governance, inclusive development, diversification and innovation), Sandra Cesilini (environment and human rights) and Luis Bertola (academic advisor on social and economic development, inclusive growth, diversification and innovation). Additional suggestions were provided by Miguel Szekely of the IEO’s Evaluation Advisors Group.


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