Terminal evaluation of the UNEP GEF project: Conservation and use of crop genetic diversity to control pests and diseases in support of sustainable agriculture
This is a terminal evaluation of a UNEP GEF project implemented between 2006 and 2011. The development objective of this project was to conserve crop genetic diversity in ways that increase food security and improve ecosystem health. The immediate object was to enhance conservation and use of crop genetic diversity by farmers, farmer communities, and local and national institutions to minimize pest and disease damage on-farm. This Terminal Evaluation assessed the performance and results of the Pest and Disease Project, Phase I, against the planned project activities and the specific verifiable indicators, at the global, national and local levels.
Terminal Project Evaluations