Assessment of Development Results - Thailand

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This report examines the strategic relevance and positioning of UNDP support, and its contribution to the development of Thailand under the two recent country programmes for 2002-2006 and 2007-2011. As Thailand has become a middle-income country, UNDP has been seeking to reposition itself, making an effort to shift its approach from a project-based one to policy-level support. However, it has still been running projects that are often parallel to national programmes and activities, relying on the funds it has raised. With shrinking funding base, this mode of operation has put a limitation on the impact it could have. The report found high expectations among the Thai people for UNDP to represent and promote the values that UN espouses.




The Assessment of Development Results (ADR) in Thailand is an independent country-level evaluation conducted by the Evaluation Office of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in 2010 to assess UNDP’s overall performance and contribution to development in Thailand during the past two programming cycles under the Country Cooperation Framework 2002-2006 and the ongoing Country Programme 2007-2011. It aims to draw lessons for future strategies, particularly for the next programme for 2012-2016. It also looks at the context in which UNDP projects and activities are planned as part of the broader United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) 2002-2006 and United Nations Partnership Framework (UNPAF) 2007-2011.


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