Evaluating the Capacity Development Plan
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Evaluation of capacity development interventions can inform the direction for the next phase of capacity development activities.
Evaluation is the collection of information about a programme and its outcomes, that assesses its success and analyses lessons learnt. Evaluation studies provide information for use in improving programmes and enabling managers to make informed decisions and plan strategically for the future, both during implementation (mid-term review), and after implementation (end of programme review).
UNDP carries out both informal reviews and formal evaluations of capacity development plans and supports processes to inform learning and next steps, such as planning for follow on activities.
UNDP also develops case studies documenting capacity development processes over a number of years to show the changes in national health systems, such as improving Health Information Systems and strengthening procurement and supply chains in Zimbabwe.
1. Prepare for evaluation.
2. Manage the evaluation.
3. Leverage evaluation results.
The following points should be considered when evaluating a capacity development intervention.
Use existing data and information.
Integrate capacity development evaluations.
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