Evaluation reports

2016

  1. Skills for Youth Employment and Rural Enhancing Rural Access - Rural roads rehabilitation and maintenance (RDP IV) - (Final Evaluation Summary)

    18 February 2016

    Project TIM/11/01/EEC - Evaluation consultants: Ian Teese (Team Leader) and Fernando da Encranação (National Consultant)

  2. Employers have strong, independent and representative organization (Outcome 9 - 2016) - Final evaluation (Final Evaluation Summary)

    17 February 2016

    Project: GLO/14/59/NOR, GLO/14/73/SID, and RAS/14/58/NOR - Evaluation Consultant: David Irwin

  3. ILO Action Plan for Gender Equality 2010-15 (Final Evaluation Summary)

    09 February 2016

    Thematic evaluation - Evaluation consultant: Dr. Una Murray

2015

  1. Better Factories of Cambodia Phase II - Final Evaluation (Final Evaluation Summary)

    31 December 2015

    Project: CMB/13/02/MUL - Evaluation Consultant: Lotta Nycander

  2. Promoting respect for informal workers' labour rights in Costa Rica, El Salvador and Honduras (Midterm Evaluation Summary)

    24 December 2015

    Project: RLA/12/01/USA - Evaluation Consultants: Gabriela León Segura and Andrea Meneses Rojas

  3. Improving labour market data sources in Myanmar through support to the National Labour Force and School-to-Work Transition Survey (Final Evaluation Summary)

    22 December 2015

    Evaluation consultant: Ganesh P. Rauniyar

  4. Strengthening tripartite social dialogue: Assessment of RBSA-funded outcomes 2014-15 (Final Evaluation Summary)

    08 December 2015

    Evaluation is RBSA Funded - Evaluation consultant: Sergey Popello

  5. More and Better Jobs for Women: Women’s Empowerment through Decent Work in Turkey (Final Evaluation Summary)

    01 December 2015

    Project TUR/13/02/SID - Consultant: Lotta Nycander

  6. Independent thematic evaluation of the ILO’s work in post-conflict, fragile and disaster-affected countries: Past, present and future, Volume 1 Full Report

    18 November 2015

    What should the ILO be doing to help post-conflict, fragile and disaster-affected countries? Finding decent work remains a core challenge for people affected by crisis in countries like Haiti, still recovering from the 2010 earthquake, or in other countries affected by conflict such as Lebanon, Afghanistan or the Central African Republic. This evaluation examines what the ILO has done in such countries, its current involvement and what it should be doing. Evaluation consultants: ECORYS, Ltd.

  7. Independent thematic evaluation of the ILO’s work in post-conflict, fragile and disaster-affected countries: Past, present and future, Volume II Annex

    17 November 2015

    Volume II includes a collection of country reports on the Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Liberia, Rwanda, Somalia, South Sudan, Afghanistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Haiti and Lebanon.

  8. Promoting workers rights and competitiveness in Egyptian exports industries (Midterm evaluation summary)

    01 November 2015

    Project EGY/11/06/USA - Evaluation consultant: Hassan, Nahla & Wael Zakkar

  9. Independent Evaluation of ILO's strategy for Technical Cooperation 2010-15

    29 October 2015

    The evaluation of the Technical Cooperation Strategy, 2010–2015, was undertaken with a view to informing the preparation of the forthcoming Development Cooperation Strategy. Following consultations with constituents and senior ILO officials at the inception stage, it was determined that, in order to provide a useful analysis, the team of evaluators would need to evaluate the overall performance of ILO’s technical cooperation (TC) in the context of its intended normative and development results.

  10. Independent evaluation of ILO's strategy and actions for strengthening labour inspection systems, 2010-2015

    28 October 2015

    The purpose of the evaluation is to provide an objective assessment of the design and implementation of the ILO strategy from 1 January 2010 to 31 December 2014 in order to gauge results and inform future actions. As specified in the agreed Terms of Reference (ToR), the evaluation centres on an analysis of the main approaches pursued by the Office to build, foster and maintain sound national labour inspection systems. It addresses a series of questions related to six evaluation criteria: relevance, coherence, effectiveness, sustainability, impact and efficiency (including management). Based on this analysis, the evaluation highlights lessons and offers recommendations for ILO to consider as it moves forward with the transitional Strategic Policy Framework (2016–17), which includes strengthening workplace compliance through labour inspection, as Outcome 7.

  11. Independent evaluation of the ILO’s Decent Work Country Programmes, strategies and actions in the Caribbean (2010-15)

    27 October 2015

    The objective of the high-level evaluation (HLE) of the ILO’s Decent Work Country Programmes (DWCPs), strategies and actions in the Caribbean (2010–2015), as expressed in the Terms of Reference (ToR) for the assignment, was to assess whether the ILO’s DWCPs, strategies and actions are effectively serving as instruments through which to achieve the Decent Work Agenda (DWA), in order to extract lessons that would lead to: (i) improved country programme planning and implementation; (ii) improved organizational effectiveness; (iii) better accounting for results; (iv) strengthened synergies among the ILO’s technical advice and technical cooperation (TC) activities; (v) application of lessons learned in future programmes and projects; and (vi) identification of approaches to better support the achievement of the areas of critical importance (ACIs) identified as priorities by the national tripartite constituents of these countries and other development partners.

  12. Applying the G20 Training Strategy: Partnership of the ILO and the Russian Federation - (Final Evaluation Summary)

    20 October 2015

    Project Codes: GLO/12/50/RUS, RER/12/50/RUS, and GLO/14/54/RUS - Evaluation consultant: Tony Powers

  13. Promoting decent work through improved migration policy and its application in Bangladesh (Final Evaluation Summary)

    20 October 2015

    Project BGD/11/01/SDC - Consultant: Luca Aiolfi

  14. UN Green Jobs Programme: Enhancing competitiveness and sustainable business among MMEs in the building construction industry (phase II) (Midterm Evaluation Summary)

    15 October 2015

    Project ZAM/13/01/FIN - Evaluation consultants: Ngonidzaishe Marimo (Team Leader) & Griffin Nyirongo (Local Consultant)

  15. 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.

  16. Decent employment for youth project in Egypt (Midterm evaluation summary)

    14 October 2015

    Project EGY/11/02/USA - Evaluation consultant: Stanlye Karuga and Taissir Hosam El-din

  17. Improving working conditions in the ready-made Garment Sector in Bangladesh (Midterm Evaluation Summary)

    06 October 2015

    Project: BGD/13/09/MUL - Evaluation Consultants: Ganesh P. Rauniyar (Team Leader); Omar Tarek Chowdhury