Evaluation reports


  1. Developing the capacity of Employers’ Organizations in the Arab Region to contribute to job-rich growth through effective policy and social dialogue - Final Evaluation Summary

    19 October 2016

    Project RAB/12/50/NOR - Consultant: Tim Dyce

  2. 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.

  3. Independent evaluation of the ILO's strategy and actions to promote skills development for jobs and growth, 2010-2015

    18 October 2016

    Skills development increases the employability of workers, the competitiveness of enterprises and the inclusiveness of growth. This high-level evaluation explores the extent to which the ILO’s strategy, programme approach and interventions to promote skills development for jobs growth achieved their intended results from 2010-15. It also aims to facilitate the alignment of the ILO’s skills-related work with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and informs the development of the strategic plan 2018-21. The evaluation identifies recommendations for improving the ILO’s skills-related work and reflects on lessons learned and emerging good practices in an effort to contribute to organizational learning.

  4. Independent evaluation of the ILO’s Decent Work Country Programmes, strategies and actions in the Western Balkans (2012-15)

    18 October 2016

    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 Western Balkans region from 2012-15 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. The evaluation analyses five DWCPs in Albania, Bosnia and Herzogovina, Montenegro, Serbia and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.

  5. Programme on responsible business in Myanmar (Final Evaluation Summary)

    07 September 2016

    Project: MMR/13/14/DAN - Evaluation Consultant: Christian Schoen

  6. Outcome 10: Thematic funding for 2014-15 (Norway-ILO Partnership Programme 2012-15) - Final Evaluation Summary

    15 August 2016

    Project: GLO/14/60/NOR - Evaluation Consultants: Dave Spooner and Jessica Whelligan

  7. Economic Empowerment and HIV Vulnerability Reduction along Transport Corridors in Southern Africa - Final Evaluation Summary

    27 July 2016

    Project RAF/10/04/SID - Consultant: Stanley M. Karuga

  8. Creating a protective environment for children in cocoa growing communities in Soubré, Côte d'Ivoire - Final Evaluation Summary

    01 July 2016

    Projet IVC/12/01/MAS - Evaluation consultant: Vicente Pardo Iniesta

  9. Promoting Freedom of Association and Social Dialogue in Myanmar (Final Evaluation Summary)

    27 June 2016

    Project: MMR/13/06/NOR - Evaluation Consultants: Jenny Luck

  10. Supporting the implementation of indigenous peoples’ rights in Nepal, Peru and Central African Republic through enhanced participation of neighbouring and regional actors - (Evaluation Summary)

    17 June 2016

    Project Codes: GLO/12/12/EEC - Evaluation consultant: Sille Stidsen

  11. Tripartite action to protect migrants from labour exploitation (ASEAN TRIANGLE) (Final evaluation Summary)

    15 June 2016

    Project: RAS/12/01/CAN - Evaluation Consultant: Theo van der Loop

  12. Strengthening HIV Prevention, Care, Treatment and Social Protection in the World of Work (Final Evaluation Summary)

    08 June 2016

    Project GLO/13/06/OPE - Evaluation consultant: Chris Morris

  13. Promotion of Decent Work in Southern African Ports (phase II) - (Final Evaluation Summary)

    08 June 2016

    Project SAF/13/01/M/FLA; SAF/14/02/M/NET - Evaluation consultant: Stanley M. Karuga

  14. ACI 2: Jobs and skills for youth -Thematic funding for 2014-15 (SIDA-ILO Partnership Programme 2014-17) - (Final Evaluation Summary)

    08 June 2016

    Project: GLO/14/72/SID - Evaluation Consultant: Rafael Muñoz Sevilla

  15. Outcome 14: Promoting the Right to Freedom of Association and the Right to Collective Bargaining (Final Evaluation Summary)

    03 June 2016

    Project: GLO/14/66/SID - Evaluation Consultant: Sandy Wark

  16. Outcome 11: Strengthening workplace compliance through labour inspection (Final Evaluation Summary)

    03 June 2016

    Project: GLO/14/56/NOR - Evaluation Consultant: Ana María García Femenía

  17. Towards child labour free cocoa growing communities in Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana through an integrated area based approach (CCP) (Final Evaluation Summary)

    27 May 2016

    Project RAF/10/54/USA - Consultants: Rafael Muñoz Sevilla (Team Leader), Kingsley Arkorful and Samuel Kouakou

  18. Promoting Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work and Labour Relations in Export Oriented Industries in Bangladesh (Final Evaluation Summary)

    24 May 2016

    Project BGD/13/05/NOR - Evaluation consultants: Katerina Stolyarenko and Mr. Arafat Khan

  19. Public-Private partnership (PPP) between the chocolate and cocoa industry and the ILO in Ghana and Côte d'Ivoire (Final Evaluation Summary)

    10 May 2016

    Project: RAF/11/04/GIG and RAF/11/01/GIG - Evaluation Consultants: Rafael Muñoz Sevilla, Kingsley Arkorful and Charles Kapie

  20. "Combating child labour through education” and “Combating child labour through skills training for older children” (Final Evaluation Summary)

    14 April 2016

    Project: GLO/14/27/NET and INT/10/07/NET - Evaluation Consultant: Rafael Muñoz Sevilla, Grace William Maiso, Samuel Munynwiny, Mamadou Boulkassoum Traore, George Martin Sirait and Ana María Seleme