Evaluation reports

2015

  1. RBSA support to selected country programme outcomes concerning pormotion of employment (2012-2013 Biennium) (Final Evaluation Summary)

    10 June 2015

    Project: INT/RBSA/Africa - Evaluation Consultant: Stanley Karuga

  2. Independent evaluation of the ILO's strategies on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, Volume I Full Report - Rev. Ed. (2015)

    08 June 2015

    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 case studies are contained in Volume II (online only). SEE EDITOR's NOTE WITH APOLOGY.

  3. Independent evaluation of the ILO's strategies on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, Volume II Annexes - Rev. Ed. (2015)

    07 June 2015

    This report contains a collection of case studies as well as other thematic reports which were gathered as part of the desk review for the full report, Volume 1. SEE EDITOR's NOTE WITH APOLOGY.

  4. Partnerships for youth employment in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) (Midterm Evaluation Summary)

    29 May 2015

    Project: RER/12/01/LUK - Evaluation Consultant: Svetlana Bronuyk

  5. ASEAN-focussed labour market governance programme (OSH and industrial relations) (Final Evaluation Summary)

    29 May 2015

    Project: RAS/13/50/JPN - Evaluation Consultant: Chantelle McCabe

  6. Effective Labour Protection for All: Lessons learned from a synthesis review, 2004–2014

    21 May 2015

    Background Paper for the Recurrent Discussion under the ILO Declaration on Social Protection (Labour Protection), 104th Session, 2015.

  7. Emergency and recovery support to restart livelihoods, income generation and food self-sufficiency in Leyete province affected by Typhoon Haiyan (Final Evaluation Summary)

    21 May 2015

    Project PHI/14/01/UKM Evaluation consultants: John Connell and Arvy Origenes

  8. Effective Labour Protection for All: Lessons learned from a synthesis review, 2004–2014 - Executive Summary

    21 May 2015

    Background Paper for the Recurrent Discussion under the ILO Declaration on Social Protection (Labour Protection), 104th Session, 2015.

  9. Strengthening workers' organizations in the Arab countries through social, economic and legal literacy (Final Evaluation Summary)

    15 May 2015

    Project RAB/11/02/USA - Evaluation consultant: David Spooner

  10. Improving the governance and protection mechanisms for labour migration in the Middle East & Advocacy Strategy on ILO’s Domestic Workers Convention in the Arab States (C189) (Final Evaluation Summary)

    21 April 2015

    Project RAB/12/05/SDC & RAB/12/01/SDC - Evaluation consultant: Pierre Mahy

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

    25 March 2015

    Project RER/12/50/RUS, GLO/14/54/RUS (SKILLS), and GLO/12/50/RUS - Evaluation consultant: Donata Macelli

  12. Development of a Tripartite Framework for the Support and Protection of Ethiopian Women Domestic Migrant Workers to the GCC States, Lebanon and Sudan (Midterm Evaluation Summary)

    11 March 2015

    Project: RAF/12/09/EEC - Evaluation Consultant: Prof. Oladele Arowolo

  13. European Union IPA 2010 Human resources in Albania project (Final Evaluation Summary)

    15 January 2015

    Project ALB/11/01/EEC - Consultant: Roxana Irimia

  14. Livelihood restoration and protection and sustainable empowerment of vulnerable peasant communities in Sindh Province - (Midterm External Evaluation Summary)

    14 January 2015

    Project PAK/13/01/HSF Evaluation consultant: Edgar Guardian // Jointly conducted by: Food and Agriculture Organization, International Labour Organization and UN Women

  15. Development of a tripartite framework for Ethiopian and Somali women domestic migrant workers to the GCC states, Lebanon and Sudan (Midterm Evaluation Summary)

    14 January 2015

    Projects: RAF/12/09/EEC Evaluation Consultant: Prof. O. Arowolo

  16. Strengthening labour administration in Afghanistan (Final Evaluation Summary)

    06 January 2015

    Project AFG/10/01/USA; Consultant Chantelle McCabe

2014

  1. Creating a conducive environment for the effective recognition and implementation of fundamental principles and rights at work in Egypt (Final Evaluation Summary)

    18 December 2014

    Project: EGY/11/03/USA Evaluation Consultant:

  2. Promoting decent work across borders: A pilot project for migrant health professionals and skilled workers (Final Evaluation Summary)

    26 November 2014

    Project INT/09/01/EEC - Consultant: Elaine McGregor and Dr. Arijita Dutta

  3. Outcome 10 independent evaluation: Workers have strong, independent and representative organizations - Trade unions for social justice (Evaluation summary)

    19 November 2014

    Projects: GLO/11/57/SID, GLO/12/58/NOR and GLO/12/59/NOR - Evaluation Consultant: Sterling Smith

  4. Independent evaluation of the ILO's Decent Work Country Programme Strategies and Activities in North Africa 2010-2013

    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.