Evaluation of Multilateral Environmental Agreement Projects implemented in Gambia, Croatia and Kenya

UN Environment Evaluation Office (2016)

This report presents the terminal evaluations of “Gambia – Adoption of Ecosystem Approach for Integrated Implementation of MEAs at National and Divisional Levels”; “Data Flow System and Indicators to Enhance Integrated Management of Global Environmental Issues in Croatia”; and “Enhanced Regulatory and Information Systems for Integrated Implementation of MEAs” in Kenya. The three projects were relevant to both national and global environmental priorities. Their design was based on the findings of National Capacity Self-Assessments (NCSAs) and supported the Bali Strategic Plan (BSP) for Technology Support and Capacity Building. They represent a first generation of UNEP-GEF projects that sought to implement NCSA priorities and in doing so, assist the BSP’s implementation at the country level. The Evaluation was undertaken upon completion of the Projects to assess project performance (in terms of relevance, effectiveness and efficiency), and determine outcomes and impacts (actual and potential) stemming from the projects, including their sustainability.

Terminal Project Evaluations