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Mid-term evaluation of the Global Strategy to Improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics

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    Mid-term evaluation of the Global Strategy to Improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics
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    This report is an evaluation of the project “Global Strategy to Improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics”, which is a comprehensive framework for improving and ensuring the sustainability of statistics in agriculture, livestock, aquaculture, small-scale fisheries and forestry production in developing countries. To implement the Global Strategy, a five-year Global Action Plan (GAP) was developed to strengthen statistical capacities in 90 countries – 40 in Africa, 20 in Asia-Pacific, 20 in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), five in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and five in the Near East. The mid-term evaluation (MTE) assessed the progress made toward the Global Strategy’s outcome and outputs at the global, regional and country levels, and made recommendations based on the evaluation team’s findings. It also assessed the impact of the funding gap on the sustainability of the Global Strategy. In addition to global activities, the MTE focused on activities in Africa and Asia-Pacific because most of the funding and implementation of planned activities have focused on these regions.
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    Mid-term evaluation of the Global Strategy to Improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics 2016
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    This report is an evaluation of the project “Global Strategy to Improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics”, which is a comprehensive framework for improving and ensuring the sustainability of statistics in agriculture, livestock, aquaculture, small-scale fisheries and forestry production in developing countries. To implement the Global Strategy, a five-year Global Action Plan (GAP) was developed to strengthen statistical capacities in 90 countries – 40 in Africa, 20 in Asia-Pacific, 20 in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), five in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and five in the Near East. The GAP runs from July 2012 to December 2017, with a total budget of USD 83.8 million.
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    Mid-Term Evaluation of the Central Africa World Heritage Forest Initiative (CAWHFI)
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    Two evaluations of CAWHFI have been planned in this first phase of the project: a formal mid-term evaluation at the end of Year 2 and a final evaluation towards the end of Year 4. The purpose of this mid-term evaluation is to make an assessment the UNF component of the project; the FFEM component, which joined the Initiative later (see below), will have its own evaluation at later stage. However, during the evaluation mission, the consultant has collaborated closely with the coordinator of the F FEM component - who is also the CAWHFI regional coordinator based in Libreville - and who provided valuable insights and technical support to the mission. This mid-term evaluation is intended to review progresses made towards the objectives, identify bottlenecks and opportunities, and provide recommendations to the project partners on further steps needed to consolidate progress and ensure achievement of the objectives by the end of the project. The evaluation is also expected to make recommenda tions on any changes in the overall design and orientation of the project.

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