Evaluation of the Environmental Cooperation for Peacebuilding Programme
UN Environment‘s Environmental Cooperation for Peacebuilding (ECP) programme was launched in 2008. The stated objective of the project is “to strengthen the capacity of fragile States, regional organisations, UN entities and civil society, to assess and understand the conflict risks and peacebuilding opportunities presented by natural resources and environment in order to formulate more effective response policies and programmes across the spectrum of peace and security operations”.? This evaluation was carried out in late 2015 and early 2016. It is a final evaluation of the second phase of the programme (2010-2012), and a mid-term evaluation of its third phase. It analyses the relevance, the effectiveness, efficiency, and sustainability of the activities undertaken, and uses analyses done since the launch of the programme in 2008 to give an overall assessment.
Terminal Project Evaluations
Mid-term Project Evaluations