Assessment of Development Results - Ethiopia (Second Assessment)
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Assessment of Development Results - Ethiopia (Second Assessment)

The Independent Evaluation Office (IEO) of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) conducted an Assessment of Development Results (ADR) in Ethiopia in 2015. This is the second assessment for Ethiopia which was conducted in 2015, covering the period from 2012 to 2015. The evaluation has two main components: (a) analysis of UNDP’s contribution to development results (specifically, against the outcomes contained in the CPD); and (b) analysis of UNDP’s strategy to enhance its contribution to development results in Ethiopia.
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This chapter examines how well UNDP has used its comparative advantage to contribute to development results which are aligned to GoE policies and priorities, UNDP’s corporate priorities and to Ethiopia’s human development needs; and in so doing to assess how responsive it has been. First UNDP’s strategic position and how well it used its comparative advantage (including relevance and responsiveness), and key partnerships which were instrumental in delivering results are discussed. Cross-cutting strategies and issues, i.e. knowledge management, south-south cooperation and gender mainstreaming are touched upon.