Terminal Evaluation of the 2nd Long-Term Strategy on Engagement and Involvement of Young People in Environmental Issues (Tunza Strategy)

UN Environment Evaluation Office (2016)

This report is a terminal evaluation of the second phase of the Tunza UNEP Strategy that was developed in 2008 ran from 2009 to 2014. The Objective of the Strategy was to increase the participation of young people in environmental issues and the Vision was to Foster a generation of environmentally conscious leaders who will better influence environmental decision-making processes and act responsibly to promote sustainable development. The Strategy was coordinated and implemented by the UNEP Division of Communication and Public Information (DCPI), working with the divisional focal points for implementation of activities related to their substantive areas, regional offices for coordination and implementation of regional components of the strategy and other partners including the private sector. The evaluation was undertaken to assess programme performance (in terms of relevance, effectiveness and efficiency), and determine outcomes and impacts (actual and potential) stemming from the programme including their sustainability.

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