Assessment of Development Results - Zambia

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This report states that UNDP Zambia has in general been effective in its contributions to development in Zambia. However, programme resources were spread too thinly across many initiatives and insufficient attention was given to ensuring sustainability. While cooperating partners and non-governmental organizations would have preferred UNDP to play a stronger role in advocacy, the Government appreciates UNDP as a consistent partner. The evaluation suggests that, within the context of the United Nations country team, UNDP missed opportunities to develop more joint initiatives.




The current country programme of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Zambia will come to an end this year, and a new country programme will be submitted to the UNDP Executive Board for its approval. In order to support the process of understanding UNDP’s contribution to Zambia’s development over the past years (2002 to 2009), and provide recommendations that may assist in the formulation of the new country programme (2011 to 2015), the UNDP Evaluation office has conducted an Assessment of Development Results (ADR). The ADR is an independent country-level evaluation that examines the relevance of UNDP in Zambia and assesses its strategic positioning.


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