Annual reports

2017

  1. Quick Facts - Annual Evaluation Report 2016-2017

    17 October 2017

    This short two-pager presents a visual set of quick facts that summarizes the Annual Evaluation Report 2016-2017

  2. Annual evaluation report 2016-17 (Long Report)

    17 October 2017

    This year’s report reflects on the ILO’s effectiveness and the progress made in implementing the ILO’s extended evaluation strategy (2011-17) as measured against its three outcomes (1) Improved use of evaluation by ILO constituents and management for governance; (2) Harmonized Office-wide evaluation practice to support transparency and accountability; (3) Evaluation capability expanded through enhanced knowledge, skills and tools.

2016

  1. Annual evaluation report 2015-16 (Long Report)

    18 October 2016

    This year’s report reflects on progress made in achieving EVAL’s three main outcomes: No. 1 Improved use of evaluation by management and constituents for governance; No. 2 Harmonized Office-wide evaluation practice to support transparency and accountability; and No. 3 Evaluation capability expanded through enhanced knowledge, skills and tools. Planned evaluations for 2016-17 are also announced.

2015

  1. Annual evaluation report 2014-15 (Long Report)

    15 October 2015

    EVAL's annual report provides assessments of progress in achieving its three main outcomes: No. 1 Improved use of evaluation by management and constituents for governance; No. 2 Harmonized Office-wide evaluation practice to support transparency and accountability; and No. 3 Evaluation capability expanded through enhanced knowledge, skills and tools. Planned evaluations for 2015-16 are also announced.

2014

  1. Annual evaluation report 2013-14 (Long Report)

    16 October 2014

    EVAL's annual report provides assessments of progress in achieving its three main outcomes: No. 1 Improved use of evaluation by management and constituents for governance; No. 2 Harmonized Office-wide evaluation practice to support transparency and accountability; and No. 3 Evaluation capability expanded through enhanced knowledge, skills and tools. Planned evaluations for 2014-15 are also announced.

2013

  1. Annual evaluation report 2012-13 (Long Report)

    18 October 2013

    Particular progress is highlighted in establishing and strengthening an ILO evaluation culture and addressing global and consituent demand for credible information on the impact, lessons learned and cost-effectiveness of ILO policies, programmes and interventions. EVAL has revised its guidance and strengthened its ILO evaluation network by launching evaluation manager training and an e-learning module in collaboration with HRD.

2012

  1. Annual evaluation report 2011-12 (Long Report)

    31 October 2012

    This year’s report continues with reporting on progress made under the three outcomes identified in the 2011 evaluation strategy, obstacles encountered and new learning that will be applied in future work and reports. As it is a mid-biennium report, no definite results on the biennial milestone targets can be provided but an approximation of expected results is included. The report also presents work undertaken towards the plan of action for the implementation of recommendations and suggestions contained in the Annual Evaluation Report 2010–11. It also contains the annual listing of evaluations undertaken and an assessment of current evaluation knowledge products.

2011

  1. Annual evaluation report 2010-11 (Long Report)

    31 December 2011

    Action during the year under review, 2010–11, responds to the Governing Body discussions on the revised evaluation strategy: “Results-based strategies 2011–15: Evaluation strategy – Strengthening the use of evaluations” that was formulated and endorsed during the March 2011 session of the Governing Body.

2010

  1. Annual Evaluation Report 2009-2010 (Long Report)

    31 December 2010

    This report covers evaluation performance from several perspectives. It highlights the work done over the past five years, noting progress to date against indicators linked to each of the strategy components, as well as outstanding related challenges and issues. Major improvements reported for 2010 include the survey results regarding follow-up to independent project evaluations, and information systems improvements and the results of analysis of lessons learned. The final section of the report proposes a programme of work for evaluation in 2011.

2009

  1. Annual Evaluation Report 2008-2009 (Long Report)

    31 December 2009

    In November 2008, the Governing Body made a number of suggestions to improve the report. First, there was a request for more detail on the follow-up to recommendations, and the reasons for partial implementation. Second, there was a call for evidence that lessons were being learned from evaluations and incorporated into future programming. Third, there was a call to move quickly to incorporate the Declaration on Social Justice for a Fair Globalization as the main basis for country and programmatic evaluations, including a call for analysis and recommendations for DWCPs in light of the Declaration. These suggestions have been taken into account in the preparation of this report.