The Independent Evaluation Office supports the Executive Director in rendering accounts to the public on the UNFPA contribution to development results in its areas of interventions. The Independent Evaluation Office also aims at promoting a culture of learning throughout the organization by providing knowledge on the UNFPA programmes and interventions. Have we reached our objectives? How well are we doing? Are we doing the right thing? Asking such questions and disseminating answers to the wide public is our mission.
The Independent Evaluation Office complies with the United Nations Evaluation Group (UNEG) Norms and Standards. These aim to facilitate system-wide collaboration on evaluation by ensuring that evaluation entities within the United Nations follow agreed-upon basic principles. UNEG Norms and Standards are intended to guide the establishment of the institutional framework, the management of the evaluation function, and the conduct and use of evaluations. They provide a reference for strengthening, professionalizing and improving the quality of evaluation in all United Nations organizations.
- The UNFPA-UNICEF Joint Evaluation of the UNFPA-UNICEF Joint Programme on Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting: Accelerating Change is now available here.
- The Executive Board adopted UNFPA new evaluation policy on June 6. The policy can be accessed here.
- Mr. Louis Charpentier
- Ms. Alexandra Chambel, Evaluation Adviser
- Mr. Hicham Daoudi, Evaluation Adviser
- Ms. Valeria Carou-Jones, Evaluation Specialist,
- Ms. Olivia Roberts, Evaluation Analyst
- Ms. Magalye Mars-Mompoint, Evaluation Assistant
You can contact the Evaluation Office at email@example.com