Assessment of Development Results - Zimbabwe

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This is the first Assessment of Development Results (ADR) to be carried by the Independent Evaluation Office of UNDP for Zimbabwe. It was conducted in 2014 with a view to contributing to the enhancement of the ongoing country programme, consistent with the UN Development Assistance Framework for Zimbabwe (ZUNDAF), the UNDP Strategic Plan, and relevant national development plans, including the Zimbabwe Agenda for Sustainable Socio-Economic Transformation (ZimAsset). The ADR is designed to contribute to the preparation of the new UNDP country programme, scheduled to begin in 2016.



UNDP contribution to development results

This chapter presents an assessment of UNDP’s contributions to development results across each of the three identified programme areas: economic management and sustainable development, citizen participation and good governance, and social sector development and resilient livelihoods. As noted in the previous section, these are the three thematic areas that the country office in Zimbabwe set out in their CPAP for 2012-2015, based on the agreed CPD, and corresponding to the ZUNDAF for this same period. Across each of the thematic areas, UNDP’s work is assessed against the standard UNEG evaluation criteria of relevance, effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability.


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