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2014

  1. Delivering better work outcomes: a meta-analysis of 15 ILO decent work country programme reviews

    29 July 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.

  2. Decent work results of ILO employment promotion interventions: Lessons learned from evaluations, 2003-2013

    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.

  3. Strengthening employers' organizations for effective social dialogue and promotion of gender equality [GLO/12/56/NOR, GLO/12/60/SID] (Partnership Evaluation Summary)

    30 April 2014

    Project: GLO/12/60/SID, and GLO/12/56/NOR - Evaluation Consultants: Mikael Söderbäck, Peter Westermark, and John Saegaert

  4. Monitoring and Assessing Decent Work in Developing Countries (MAP) (Final Evaluation Summary)

    30 April 2014

    Project INT/07/15/EEC - Consultants: Rafael Muñoz Sevilla (team leader), David McCormick, Nayra Bello, Juan Manuel Santomé

2013

  1. From the crisis towards decent and safe jobs in Central Asia and Southern Caucasus (Final Evaluation Summary)

    24 December 2013

    Project RER/09/05/FIN - Evaluation Consultant: Alex Kuzmin

  2. Empowering Vulnerable Groups through Education, Employment and Training (EET) – Final Evaluation

    20 December 2013

    Project Code: PAK/10/03/OUF - Consultant: Samia Raoof Ali

  3. Promotion and building unemployment insurance and employment services in ASEAN countries (Final Evaluation Summary)

    18 December 2013

    Project RAS/13/53/JPN, RAS/10/59/JPN and RAS/11/58/JPN - Evaluation consultants: Mel Cousins and Ngo Hang

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

    18 December 2013

    Project TIM/11/01/EEC - Evaluation consultants: Andreas Beusch and Edio da Costa

  5. Promoting integration of migrant domestic workers in Europe (Final Evaluation Summary)

    21 November 2013

    Project: RER/11/01/EEC - Evaluation Consultant: Peter Mahy

  6. Effective governance of labour migration and its skills dimensions (Final Evaluation Summary)

    13 November 2013

    Project RER/09/04/EEC - Consultant: Luca Aiolfi

  7. Work for Youth (W4Y) (Midterm Evaluation Summary)

    22 October 2013

    Project GLO/11/01/MCF Master Card Project - Evaluation consultant: Tim Otter

  8. ILO's work in international labour migration (Evaluation Summary)

    22 October 2013

    Evaluation team: Maastricht Graduate School of Government (MGSoG):Dr. Melissa Siegel, Elaine McGregor, Vivianne van der Vorst, Bram Frouws

  9. Independent evaluation of the ILO's strategy on occupational safety and health: Workers and enterprises benefit from improved safety and health conditions at work - Volume I

    18 October 2013

    Although the focus of this evaluation is on the strategy, it also analyses the effectiveness and efficiency of the organizational structure established by the Office to support the implementation of the global occupational safety and health (OSH) strategy while supporting national constituents’ capacities to develop, implement and enforce their own OSH systems. To this end, the evaluation takes a close look at the Programme on Safety and Health at Work and the Environment (SafeWork) to assess how effectively it has carried out its mandated workplan in implementing the global strategy.

  10. Independent evaluation of the ILO's strategy on occupational safety and health: Workers and enterprises benefit from improved safety and health conditions at work- Volume II

    18 October 2013

    Volume II is accesible online only and contains annexes 3,4 which are case studies on Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Cambodia, India, Indonesia and Viet Nam

  11. Decent work results and effectiveness of ILO technical cooperation: A meta-analysis of project evaluations, 2011-2012

    18 October 2013

    EVAL launched a meta-analysis of independent project evaluations in 2010 to provide feedback on the effectiveness and operational performance of technical cooperation. The istructive results shed light on the ILO’s technical and operational strengths and weaknesses in the design and implementation of technical cooperation. Building on experience from this 2010 study, and following an adjustment of the methodology, a new study was conducted in 2013.

  12. 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.

  13. Independent evaluation of the ILO's strategy to promote decent wok in the Arab region: A cluster evaluation of Jordan, Lebanon and the Occupied Palestinian Territory

    18 October 2013

    The decent work strategies and priorities identified in Jordan, Lebanon and the occupied Palestinian territory are aligned with the priority areas identified in the AEF Action Agenda as well as with the priorities of national development plans. However, a multitude of national development frameworks (for instance, in Jordan and the occupied Palestinian territory) or the lack of one (such as in Lebanon) pose challenges in aligning priorities and strategies. The evaluation consolidates findings across the three geographic areas and presents recommendations and lessons learned for future programming in the region.

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