Assessment of Development Results: Jordan
United Nations Development Programme, Evaluation Office, May 31, 2009 - Political Science - 116 pages
This report analyzes the findings, conclusions and recommendations of an independent evaluation of the United Nations Development Programme's (UNDP) contribution to socio-economic and human development in Jordan over the course of two program cycles during 1998-2007. This Assessment of Development Results (ADR) focuses on the strategic positioning of UNDP within the policy environment in Jordan, and assesses whether the UNDP Country Office (CO) has been able to make critical and tangible contributions to development results in the country.
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National Context and Challenges
UNDP Strategic Options and Positioning
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achieving advocacy agencies approach Arab Assessment biodiversity Biogas budget capacity development capacity-building catalyst and facilitator CCF cycle Centre conservation CPO cycle CSOs decentralization democratic governance demonstrating Department of Statistics desertification development results DLCG donors downstream economic effective efforts employment enhancing environment example exit strategies focus focused funding gender mainstreaming global Global Environment Facility Government of Jordan Human Development Report human rights implementation initiatives institutional integration intended outcomes issues Jordan Country Jordanian knowledge economy linked mainstreaming gender MDGs ment Millennium Development Goals Ministry monitoring and evaluation MOPIC national priorities NCHR needs NGOs participation partners partnerships percent Plan poverty alleviation poverty reduction practice areas private sector programme cycles promoting regional relevant social specific stakeholders support the government sustainability synergies targeted UNDAF UNDP contribution UNDP in Jordan UNDP interventions UNDP Jordan UNDP programme UNDP support United Nations USAID women World Bank youth