Evaluation reports

2020

  1. High-level independent evaluation of the ILO’s Decent Work Programme in the Andean Countries of The Plurinational State of Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela 2016-2019

    29 October 2020

    The purpose of the evaluation is to determine how well the Andean countries achieved the planned outcomes laid out in their respective action programmes, how they achieved them, and under what conditions. The evaluation also seeks to contribute to organizational learning by identifying lessons learned and emerging good practices. This information will inform future ILO strategy.

  2. High-level independent evaluation of ILO’s research and knowledge management strategies and approaches, 2010–2019

    22 October 2020

    This report presents the findings of the high-level evaluation ILO’s research and knowledge management strategies and approaches. The evaluation was undertaken using internationally accepted evaluation criteria covering relevance, coherence, effectiveness, efficiency, impact and sustainability. The evaluation aims to generate insights into organizational performance within the context of the ILO’s results-based management system, and are expected to contribute to decision-making on policies, strategies and accountability.

  3. High-level independent evaluation of ILO’s strategy and action for promoting sustainable enterprises, 2014–19

    22 October 2020

    This high-level evaluation provides insight into the relevance, coherence, effectiveness, efficiency, impact and sustainability of the ILO’s work in promoting sustainable enterprises in the period 2014 to 2019. It also looks forward, identifying lessons learned that might inform the ongoing development of the organization’s strategy and approach, especially in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  4. Annual evaluation report 2019-20

    20 October 2020

    This year in review reflects on the progress made in implementing 19 biennial milestones, as measured against the ILO’s evaluation strategy 2018-21. The report also assesses the ILO’s effectiveness and results.

2019

  1. Independent evaluation of ILO's public-private partnerships, 2008-2018

    10 October 2019

    The high-level evaluation (HLE) of the ILO’s public-private partnerships was requested by the Governing Body in March 2016 citing their “value added” and unique “intervention models”. The HLE focuses on PPPs as both a funding and delivery modality.

  2. Independent evaluation of the ILO’s strategy and actions towards the formalization of the informal economy, 2014-2018

    09 October 2019

    The evaluation assesses the ILO’s strategy and actions towards the ‘Formalization of the Informal Economy’ taking into consideration the conceptual, methodological and operational frameworks. It provides insight into the relevance, coherence, effectiveness and efficiency of the ILO’s strategy, programme approach, and actions. The evaluation is retrospective, as it bases its findings on work done during 2014-2018, as well as forward looking as it delivers findings, lessons learned and emerging good practices for improved decision-making within the context of the next strategic framework and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

  3. Quick Facts - Annual Evaluation Report 2018-2019

    07 October 2019

    This short two-pager presents a visual set of quick facts that summarizes the Annual Evaluation Report 2018-19

  4. Annual evaluation report 2018-19

    07 October 2019

    This year in review reflects on the progress made in implementing 19 biennial milestones, as measured against the ILO’s evaluation strategy 2018-21. The report also assesses the ILO’s effectiveness and results.

  5. Independent high-level evaluation of the ILO’s programme of work in four selected member countries of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) (Lesotho, Madagascar, South Africa and the United Republic of Tanzania) 2014–18

    01 October 2019

2018

  1. Annual evaluation report 2017-18 (Long Report)

    22 October 2018

    This year in review reflects on the progress made in implementing the ILO's new evaluation strategy (2018), as measured against its three outcomes: (1) Enhanced capacities and systems of evaluation for better practice and use; (2) Enhanced value of evaluation through the use of more credible and higher quality evaluations (independence, crediblity and usefuleness); and (3) Stronger knowledge base of evaluation findings and recommendations. It also reviews approaches towards assessing the ILO's overall effectiveness.

  2. Quick Facts - Annual Evaluation Report 2017-2018

    12 October 2018

    This short two-pager presents a visual set of quick facts that summarizes the Annual Evaluation Report 2017-2018

  3. Independent evaluation of ILO’s capacity development efforts 2010-2017

    11 October 2018

    This high level evaluation reviewed the ILO's support for capacity development of its constituents from 2010 to 2017. It reviewed interventions that intended to deliver capacity development with a focus on the difference it made to constituents. The evaluation is expected to inform the capacity development strategy to give effect to the 2016 resolution on Social Justice Declaration, due in March 2019.

  4. Independent evaluation of ILO’s programme of work in Lebanon and Jordan in Terms of Decent Work and the Response to the Syrian Refugee Crisis, 2014-2018

    11 October 2018

    This high-level evaluation evaluation examines the ILO’s work in Lebanon and Jordan. The main purpose of the evaluation is to validate the achievement of results and the ILO’s contribution towards national development objectives, decent work, and the response to the Syrian refugee crisis from 2014-18. The evaluation assessed their relevance to country needs, coherence and validity, effectiveness and efficiency, the impact of the results and the potential for sustainability.

  5. Independent evaluation of the ILO’s strategy and actions for improved youth employment prospects, 2012–2017

    11 October 2018

    This high-level evaluation assesses the ILO’s strategy and actions for improving youth employment prospects. The evaluation is informed by the organization's long history of work in youth employment. The evaluation takes into consideration all efforts undertaken by the office from 2012 to 2017 in order to provide insight into the relevance, coherence, effectiveness, efficiency, impact and sustainability of its work in this area in order to inform future policy and decision-making processes.

  6. Support the reintegration of returnees in Ethiopia - Midterm Independent Evaluation - Final evaluation summary

    29 March 2018

    Project Code: ETH/15/01/EEC - Evaluation consultants:   Seetharam Mukkavilli (Team leader) and Kifle A. Wondemu (Team member)

  7. Outcome evaluation of MMR801, Strengthened capacity of employers' organizations a - Final evaluation

    21 February 2018

    Project Code: MMR/14/01/RBS & MMR/16/02/RBS - Evaluation consultants: David Irwin & Min Min Han

  8. Skills for local economic development (SKILLED) in Sri Lanka - Final evaluation

    11 January 2018

    Project Code: SRL/12/01/EEC - Evaluation consultant: Sandy Wark

2017

  1. Strengthening the impact on employment of sector and trade policies - Midterm Evaluation

    13 December 2017

    Project Code: GLO/14/37/EEC- Evaluation consultants: Maria Zarraga & Claude Hilfiker, Forwaves Consulting

  2. Development of a tripartite framework for Ethiopian and Somali women domestic migrant workers to the GCC states, Lebanon and Sudan - Final Evaluation

    13 December 2017

    Project Code: RAF/12/09/EEC - Evaluation consultants: Mei Zegers

  3. Partnerships for youth employment in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) - Final cluster evaluation summary

    13 December 2017

    Project Code: RER/12/01/LUK- Evaluation consultants: Tony Powers