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    This evaluation is part of a series of country programme evaluations (CPEs) conducted by FAO’s Office of Evaluation. The main purpose of this CPE is to assess the relevance and coherence of FAO’s country programme in the Philippines, to take stock of the results achieved so far under the current Country Programming Framework (CPF) and enhance FAO’s contributions toward national development priorities.
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    In 2022, the FAO Office of Evaluation conducted its first country programme evaluation in Ghana covering the period between 2018 and 2022. The purpose of the evaluation is to provide strategic recommendations on how the FAO programme can be better oriented in Ghana that could feed into the formulation of the next Country Programming Framework (CPF), defining the priorities for cooperation between FAO and the Government of Ghana. The evaluation assessed the relevance of FAO's programme, its contributions to CPF priority areas, and organizational performance in Ghana. Overall, the evaluation found that FAO's programme in Ghana aligns with the government's agricultural modernization agenda, with significant contributions in value chain development, climate resilience, and anticipatory actions in the agriculture sector. However, the design and implementation of the CPF is not optimally responsive to Ghana's specific challenges as a low-middle-income country. Stakeholders recognize FAO's influence and expertise but highlighted a mismatch in strategic positioning and leadership. The evaluation emphasizes the importance of stronger government ownership and private sector engagement. The evaluation makes six recommendations, which includes FAO strengthening its presence and sights in Ghana and developing explicit corporate policies and tools for effective operations in low-middle-income countries.
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    Evaluation of FAO's country programme in the Dominican Republic 2018–2022
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    This evaluation was carried out to provide input for the development of the next Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Country Programming Framework in the Dominican Republic and has consisted of the assessment of the strategic positioning of FAO in the country, and the identification of the main contributions in each of the priority areas and transversal themes (gender and economic inclusion of groups in vulnerable conditions and climate action) during the period 2018–2022. The evaluation found that FAO has been a reference point on key issues for the food, agricultural and rural sector. For example, FAO has had influence on public policies on food security and has strengthened capacities to promote associations and the adoption of innovative practices in areas such as climate-smart livestock farming. On the other hand, there is potential to strengthen collaboration between partners who have common objectives with the organisation, especially in the face of emerging issues.

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