Monthly Archives: April 2016

Youth Livelihood Programme Process Evaluation Report

Youth Livelihood Programme Process Evaluation Report. The Youth Livelihoods Programme (YLP) is a five year development programme (2013/14 -2017/18) targeting poor and unemployed youth aged between 18 and 30 in the present 112 districts of Uganda. YLP development objective is to empower the youth to harness their socio-economic potential and increase self-employment opportunities and income levels....
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Evaluating SDGs with an Equity-Focused and Gender-Responsive Lens

SDG-responsive EVALUATION high-level meeting in New York City brought together UN organizations, evaluation networks, academics, policy makers and gender organizations attending the CSW meetings. UN evaluation units included the UN Evaluations Group (UNEG), UNICEF, UN Women, UNFPA, UNDP, and also IFAD, WHO, and many others. There were representatives...
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EVAL’s network meets to review its performance and discusses how to advance impact evaluation in the ILO

As has been the practice for many years, the ILO’s evaluation network met from 29 February to 4 March 2016 for its fourth biennial workshop. The extended evaluation network in the ILO includes EVAL staff in HQ (6), evaluation officers in the regions (5), as well as evaluation focal points in each department (14). Check the...
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