Evaluation reports

2018

  1. Support the reintegration of returnees in Ethiopia - Midterm Independent Evaluation - Final evaluation summary

    29 March 2018

    Project Code: ETH/15/01/EEC - Evaluation consultants:   Seetharam Mukkavilli (Team leader) and Kifle A. Wondemu (Team member)

  2. Outcome evaluation of MMR801, Strengthened capacity of employers' organizations a - Final evaluation

    21 February 2018

    Project Code: MMR/14/01/RBS & MMR/16/02/RBS - Evaluation consultants: David Irwin & Min Min Han

  3. Skills for local economic development (SKILLED) in Sri Lanka - Final evaluation

    11 January 2018

    Project Code: SRL/12/01/EEC - Evaluation consultant: Sandy Wark

2017

  1. Strengthening the impact on employment of sector and trade policies - Midterm Evaluation

    13 December 2017

    Project Code: GLO/14/37/EEC- Evaluation consultants: Maria Zarraga & Claude Hilfiker, Forwaves Consulting

  2. Development of a tripartite framework for Ethiopian and Somali women domestic migrant workers to the GCC states, Lebanon and Sudan - Final Evaluation

    13 December 2017

    Project Code: RAF/12/09/EEC - Evaluation consultants: Mei Zegers

  3. Partnerships for youth employment in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) - Final cluster evaluation summary

    13 December 2017

    Project Code: RER/12/01/LUK- Evaluation consultants: Tony Powers

  4. Better Work Lesotho, Better Work Nicaragua, Better Work Haiti - Final cluster evaluation summary

    12 December 2017

    Project Code: LES/14/52/USA; LES/12/01/USA; LES/11/50/USA; NIC/15/01/USA; HAI/12/01/USA; HAI/12/51/USA - Evaluation consultants: Rafael Muñoz Sevilla, Carolina del Campo Vara

  5. Global Action Program (GAP) on child labour issues - Final evaluation Summary

    01 December 2017

    Project Code: GLO/11/11/USA - Evaluation consultants: Smita Premchander (team leader), Clara Ariza

  6. Eliminating child labour in El Salvador through economic empowerment and social inclusion – Final Evaluation Summary

    03 November 2017

    Project Code: ELS/10/50/USA - Evaluation consultants: Mauricio García Moreno (team leader) and Silvia Rubio (team member)

  7. Promoting gender equality for decent employment in Pakistan - Final Evaluation Summary

    01 November 2017

    Project Code: PAK/09/03/CAN - Evaluation consultants: Francisco L Guzman (lead evaluator), Adeela K Zubair (national consultant), Nuria Moya (evaluation assistant)

  8. PROMOTE: Decent work for domestic workers to end child domestic work - Final Joint Independent Evaluation Summary

    01 November 2017

    Project Code: INS/12/12/USA - Evaluation consultants: Ruth Bowen (ILO consultant) and Mei Zegers (USDOL consultant)

  9. Improving indigenous peoples’ access to justice and development through strategic monitoring- Final Evaluation Summary

    30 October 2017

    Project Code: GLO/14/04/EEC - Evaluation consultant: Mr. Tony Powers

  10. Independent evaluation of the ILO’s field operations and structure 2010–2016

    25 October 2017

    This high-level evaluation assesses the performance of the ILO's field operations and structure, given the Decent Work Agenda in particular but also the 2030 Agenda, and ongoing reform in the UN development system in view of the Sustainable Development Goals. The evaluation identifies recommendations for improving the ILO’s field structure and operations and reflects on lessons learned and emerging good practices.

  11. Social dialogue interventions: What works and why? Lessons learned from a synthesis review, 2013–2016

    19 October 2017

    The report presents the findings of a synthesis review of ILO social dialogue interventions from 2013–16. The report is prepared in advance of the 2018 recurrent discussion of the International Labour Conference on Social Dialogue, and is meant as an accompanying piece to the recurrent discussion on the strategic objective of social dialogue and tripartism. It is based on an extensive review of evaluations, project documents and studies related to ILO social dialogue interventions with the aim of contributing to organizational learning. Findings from the analysis will strengthen the evidence base and inform the development and implementation of future social dialogue measures by the ILO and its constituents.

  12. Independent evaluation of the ILO’s strategy and actions for creating and extending social protection floors, 2012–2017

    19 October 2017

    This high-level evaluation covered the ILO’s work on social protection following the adoption of the Social Protection Floors Recommendation, 2012 (No. 202), which had a profound impact on its work. The evaluation focused on the ILO’s strategy and work on promoting social protection, including social protection floors, for the 2012–17 period. The evaluation identifies recommendations for improving the ILO’s social protection-related work and reflects on lessons learned and emerging good practices in an effort to contribute to organizational learning.

  13. 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

  14. Independent evaluation of the ILO’s Decent Work Country Programme strategies and actions in the Mekong subregion, 2012-2017

    17 October 2017

    ILO Decent Work Country Programmes (DWCPs) are the primary framework for delivering support to member countries in an effort to promote decent work as a key national development strategy. This high-level evaluation assesses the extent to which the ILO’s Decent Work Country Programmes, strategies and actions that were delivered in the Mekong subregion from 2012-17 achieved their expected results. It also identifies recommendations, lessons learned and emerging good practices in order to contribute to organizational leaning by informing future DWCPs and strategies.

  15. 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.

  16. Improving the garment sector in Lao PDR: Compliance through inspection and dialogue - Final Evaluation Summary

    20 September 2017

    Project Code: LAO/13/01/IDA - Evaluation consultant: Mr. Chris Morris

  17. Cluster independent evaluation of: “Entrepreneurship Development and SME Support in Myanmar” and “Supporting Tourism in Myanmar through Business Management Training” - Final Evaluation Summary

    19 September 2017

    Project Code: MMR/13/13/NAD and MMR/13/07/SWI - Evaluation consultants: Mr. Martin Østergaard and Ms. Min Min Han