Assessment of Development Results - Viet Nam
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Assessment of Development Results - Viet Nam

This two volume report on Viet Nam’s Assessment of Development Results (ADR) focuses on the following three thematic areas: fostering democratic governance; achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and reducing poverty under a human development perspective; and ensuring environmental sustainability. Reflecting on the characteristics of Viet Nam’s economic history, its current juncture and prospects, the ADR examined the past with a forward-looking perspective.

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The introduction of results-based management in UNDP has created a demand for independent validation of development achievements. At the same time, the development community has moved towards evaluating results at the country level, rather than at the project level, based on the perception that “the country is in most cases the most logical unit of aid management and account” (OECD/DAC). Country-level evaluations of development results will provide a substantive basis for fulfilling the UNDP Administrator’s accountability requirements. They will also serve as tools for providing quality assurance with regard to UNDP interventions, generating lessons learned within UNDP practice areas, and supporting country-level programming.