UNDP Evaluation Policy (2016)

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The UNDP evaluation policy sets out the purpose and basic principles of evaluation, and defines the institutional architecture for UNDP and its associated funds and programmes. The policy covers the independent evaluations conducted by the Independent Evaluation Office of UNDP; the decentralized evaluations commissioned by UNDP programme rolex replica watches and policy units, the UnitedNations Volunteers (UNV) programme and the United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF); as well as the activities of UNDP and the Independent Evaluation Office in support of national evaluation capacity.

The evaluation policy is aligned with the overall mandates of UNDP and its associated programmes and funds, and with the Charter of the United Nations and its objectives. The guiding principles stem from General Assembly resolutions, Executive Board decisions, and the norms and standards of the United Nations Evaluation Group (UNEG)

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  • UNEG Members' Evaluation Policies


  • Jul 2016


  • 1194


  • Policy