UNCDF Managed Evaluations

Mid-Term Evaluation Anseba Local Development Project

  • March 01, 2018

  • UNCDF Managed Evaluations


The Anseba Local Development Project (ALDP) is 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 purpose of the Mid-term Evaluation (MTE) of the programme, conducted in September and October 2005 was to:

  • Review effectiveness and efficiency of progress towards the attainment of project outputs, immediate and development objectives, and the factors affecting results achievement;
  • Examine ongoing relevance of project given policy environment and development priorities;
  • Assess relevance and effectiveness of UNCDF strategic positioning and partnerships;
  • Assess the likely sustainability of programme results;
  • Comment on post-project planning/exit strategy; and f) Extract lessons and make recommendations for improvement of the project design, implementation and results achievement.

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