30 October 2014
This high-level evaluation (HLE) is the first cluster evaluation of the ILO’s decent work strategies and activities in the North African sub region. The evaluation assesses the Office’s support to the Governments and social partners in Algeria, Egypt, Eritrea, Libya, Morocco, South Sudan, Sudan and Tunisia in their efforts to address decent work deficits. This has involved the evaluation of sub regional strategic priorities, country strategies and “roadmaps,” technical cooperation (TC) projects and technical assistance (TA) activities carried out during 2010–13. The overarching question of the evaluation is whether ILO strategies and actions have effectively supported national constituents’ priorities and efforts to fill decent work gaps.
29 October 2014
Contains the annexes of case studies on Algeria, Egypt, Eritrea, Libya, Morocco, South Sudan, Sudan and Tunisia.
23 October 2014
Covering the period from 2008 to 2014, this evaluation reviews ILO’s strategy to advance Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work (FPRW), namely: the right to freedom of association and collective bargaining is widely known and exercised (Outcome 14); forced labour is eliminated (Outcome 15); child labour is eliminated, with priority to the worst forms of child labour (Outcome 16); and discrimination in employment and occupation is eliminated (Outcome 17). The evaluation draws on the findings of 17 case studies which enable a more in-depth analysis at the country level with particular attention being given to the achievement of country programme outcomes (CPOs) and global products (GPs). Case studies are contained in Volume II (online only).
22 October 2014
Case studies are contained in Volume II (online only).These cover Armenia, Azerbaijan, China, Georgia, Guatemala, India, Indonesia, Jordan, Philippines, Senegal, South Africa, Sri Lanka and Zambia. There are also 12 separate thematic case studies.
20 October 2014
The evaluation assesses the ILO’s Outcome 19 strategy at global level and its contribution in supporting Member States to adopt coherent decent work (DW) policies through integrated approaches. This evaluation aims to identify the major achievements and obstacles encountered in order to extract the lessons learned and good practices. These are expected to facilitate decision-making on the future course of this area of ILO’s work. The evaluation followed the Organisation for Economic Co-operation’s Development Assistance Committee (OECD/DAC) criteria, customizing areas of enquiry, as is the nature of ILO interventions under Outcome 19. Case studies are contained in Volume II (online only).
19 October 2014
This document is available online only and covers case studies for Argentina, Armentia, brazil, Indonesia, moldova, Philippines, and Tanzania.
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.
06 October 2014
This is a meta-analysis of internally conducted evaluations of Decent Work Country Programmes carried out by regional offices. Recommendations propose ways to improve the quality of these internal evaluations to better inform on the progress of a DWCP and eventually provide useful data and input for independently conducted evaluations.
06 August 2014
Project BGD/06/01/EEC - Evaluation consultants: Sue Allen and Mary Mertin-Ryan of Sustineo Pty Ltd
22 July 2014
Project: RAS/12/01/CAN - Evaluation Consultant: Pierre Mahy
16 June 2014
Projects: GLO/11/53/SID (global product); INT/12/51/SID (Outcome 1; ELS/12/50/SID, INS/12/51/SID, JOR/12/51/SID, ZAM/12/52/SID; and GLO/11/60/SID - Evaluation Consultant: José Francisco Pacheco Jiménez
21 May 2014
Project: RAS/13/60/ROK - Evaluation Consultant: Christoph Weinmann
16 May 2014
This synthesis review examines a range of ILO project and programme evaluations, as well as evidence-based studies from external institutions to highlight decent work results of ILO interventions in the promotion of employment.
14 May 2014
Project: GLO/10/59/NOR - Evaluation Consultant: Helena Perez
30 April 2014
Project: GLO/12/60/SID, and GLO/12/56/NOR - Evaluation Consultants: Mikael Söderbäck, Peter Westermark, and John Saegaert
30 April 2014
Project INT/07/15/EEC - Consultants: Rafael Muñoz Sevilla (team leader), David McCormick, Nayra Bello, Juan Manuel Santomé
18 March 2014
Project: LIR/09/01/LIR - Evaluation Consultant Stanley Karuga
06 March 2014
Project INT/09/01/EEC - Consultant: Elaine McGregor
24 December 2013
Project RER/09/05/FIN - Evaluation Consultant: Alex Kuzmin
20 December 2013
Project Code: PAK/10/03/OUF - Consultant: Samia Raoof Ali