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UNESCO: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization

The Organisation

THE ORGANIZATION

Resources

Evaluation Tools
UNESCO Evaluation Guidelines

  • Evaluation Handbook November 2007

    This handbook has been prepared to further understanding among UNESCO staff and key stakeholders on what evaluation is, why it is important and who is responsible for what in the evaluation process.


  • Guidelines for Developing Terms of References December 2007

    These guidelines aim to assist programme sectors and field offices in the preparation of Terms of References for external and internal evaluations.


  • Desk Study Checklist March 2008

    This checklist aims to assist programme sectors and field offices in the preparation of Desk Studies for external and internal evaluations.


  • Guidelines for Selection of Evaluators March 2008

    These guidelines aim to assist programme sectors and field offices in the selection of evaluators for external and internal evaluations.


  • Guidelines for Inception Reports March 2008

    These guidelines aim to assist programme sectors and field offices in the preparation of Inception Reports for external and internal evaluations.


  • Guidelines for Managing External Evaluations March 2008

    These guidelines describe the stages involved in managing external evaluations of which there are two broad sets: (1) those managed directly by IOS; and (2) those managed by the sector.


  • Guidelines for Follow-up to Evaluation Report Recommendations March 2008

    These guidelines describe the responsibilities and steps in the follow-up to evaluation report recommendations. They are designed for UNESCO management (i.e. ADGs and Directors of Central Services, Institutes, Centres and Field Offices) to support a common process across UNESCO in the responses to evaluations.



  • Other UN agencies and partners

    Below are direct links to the home page of other evaluation units where additional useful reference material, such as evaluation guidelines and standards, can be found.

    Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)

    United Nations Childrens Fund (UNICEF)

    World Food Programme (WFP)

    Evaluation Section (EVS)

    Audit Section (AUD)

    Investigation Section (INV)

    Europe and North America Latin America and the Caribbean Africa Arab States Asia Pacific