Assessment of Development Results

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2518-3192 (online)
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This series assesses the attainment of intended and achieved results as well as United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) contributions to development results at the country level. Their scope include, but is not confined to, UNDP responsiveness and alignment to country challenges and priorities; strategic positioning; use of comparative advantage; and engagement with partners. The number and selection of countries, and the timing of these evaluations, are determined to ensure coverage and to allow findings and recommendations to feed into the preparation of the subsequent programme. Wherever possible, these evaluations will be conducted in conjunction with other United Nations organizations.

 
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12 July 2015
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160
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The Assessment of Development Results (ADR) for Tanzania was conducted by the Independent Evaluation Office of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in 2014. The ADR for Tanzania examines the UNDP Tanzania country programme for the periods 2007-2010/2011 and 2011-2015/2016. In accordance with the evaluations terms of reference, UNDP’s contribution in Tanzania was assessed in seven programmatic cluster areas based on the thematic breakdowns of the country programmes under the review periods as well as the team configuration of the current office: Capacity Development; Democratic Governance; Private Sector Development; HIV/AIDS; Crisis Prevention and Recovery; Environment and Natural Resource Management; and Energy and Climate Change. The annual programme budget of the Tanzania country office was US$25 million at the start of the period 2007-2010/11 (2007) and US$28 million as of 2013, with a significant fluctuation in-between with the availability of external resources for specific programmes.
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  • Acknowledgements
    The Assessment of Development Results (ADR) in the United Republic of Tanzania was conducted by the Independent Evaluation Office (IEO) of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The evaluation was conducted with the support of independent external evaluation specialists: Edward Ontita (Governance), Francis Mwaijande (Capacity Development), Philimon Majwa (Crisis Prevention and Recovery) and Fortunate Muyambi (Environment and Natural Resource Management and Energy and Climate Change). At the IEO, the ADR was led by Fumika Ouchi, Evaluation Manager, and Thi Kieu Oanh Nguyen, Associate Evaluation Manager.
  • Foreword
    It is my pleasure to present the first Assessment of Development Results (ADR) in the United Republic of Tanzania. The Independent Evaluation Office (IEO) conducted the ADR in 2014 in collaboration with the Government of Tanzania, UNDP Tanzania country office and the UNDP Regional Bureau for Africa. The final stakeholder workshop, held in Dar es Salaam on 16 March 2015, provided an important platform for engaging in dialogue with various national stakeholder groups on evaluation results and receiving their feedback on the final report.
  • Acronyms
  • Executive summary
    The first Assessment of Development Results (ADR) in Tanzania was conducted by the Independent Evaluation Office of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in 2014.
  • Introduction
    The Independent Evaluation Office (IEO) of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) conducted a country-level Assessment of Development Results (ADR) in the United Republic of Tanzania in 2014. This chapter presents the purpose and scope of the evaluation, its methodology and approaches, study limitations and the structure of the report.
  • National development context
    This chapter presents the country context within which UNDP has operated. It summarizes key development challenges faced by Tanzania, the country’s response through its national strategies and the nature of the work conducted by other development partners.
  • UNDP's response and strategies
    To support the Government of Tanzania in responding to its development challenges, the UN system articulated its collective work in the UNDAF 2007–2010/2011 and UNDAP 2011–2015/2016. Under these umbrella frameworks, UNDP defined its programme strategy in the CPD/CPAP and the CCPD, respectively. This chapter presents an overview of the UNDP programme of work in the past two programme cycles and its relationship with the rest of the UN system.
  • UNDP's contribution to development results
    This chapter presents a summary of UNDP performance based on the four criteria — relevance, effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability — by drawing on assessments of individual outcomes. Results are presented at the cluster level: Democratic Governance; Capacity Development; Private Sector and Trade; HIV and AIDS; Crisis Prevention and Recovery; Environment and Natural Resources Management; and Energy and Climate Change.
  • UNDP's strategic position
    This chapter examines UNDP’s unique position in the country, given that numerous other development partners are also supporting development objectives. The discussion centres on three areas: UNDP’s ability to respond to the country’s emerging challenges; leverage its comparative strengths and use its partnerships when necessary; and promote important UN values.
  • Conclusions and recommendations
    Drawing on the findings from the previous chapters, the report makes the following conclusions and recommendations pertinent to the development of the next country programme.
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