UNCDF Managed Evaluations

Anseba Local Development Project (ALDP) in Eritrea

  • January 12, 2018

  • UNCDF Managed Evaluations


The Anseba Local Development Project (ALDP) was a five-year programme approved in October 2001, and whose implementation commenced in April 2002. The programme is co-funded by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF), Belgium Survival Fund (BSF), and the Government of State of Eritrea (GoSE).

The objective of the Final Evaluation (FE) of the programme, conducted in September and October 2009 was:

(a) To assist the recipient Government, beneficiaries, and the concerned cofinancing partners, to understand the efficiency, effectiveness, relevance and impact of the programme, the sustainability of programme results, the level of satisfaction of programme stakeholders and beneficiaries with the results, and whether UNCDF was effectively positioned and partnered to achieve maximum impact;

(b) To contribute to UNCDF and partners’ learning from programme experience;

(c) To help programme stakeholders assess the value and opportunity for broader replication of the programme;

(d) To help programme stakeholders determine the need for follow-up on the intervention, and general direction for the future course;

(e) To ensure accountability for results to the programme’s financial backers, stakeholders and beneficiaries;

(f) Comply with the requirement of the programme document/funding agreement and UNCDF Evaluation Policy.

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