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UN Women has commissioned this assignment to support an internal review of its work within the Unified Budget, Results and Accountability Framework (UBRAF) from 2014-2018.
2019 marks the five-year anniversary for the implementation of UBRAF, and UN Women wants to use this opportunity to reflect...

Universalia has been recruited to conduct an evaluation of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) agricultural biotechnology policy and advocacy grants portfolio.
The evaluation will assess changes in the enabling environment for biotechnology in Sub-Saharan Africa and the extent to which...
The WFP's People Strategy, which was first approved in 2014, stands as the organization's "blueprint" for reinforcing, retaining and recruitment of its workforce. At the heart of this is the aim of creating a more people-centred WFP which focuses on the welfare and development of its employees with...
In 2011, in consultation with donors, OCHA instituted an evaluation policy to conduct triennial global evaluations of country-based pooled funds. As such, a global evaluation of the Emergency Response Funds (ERFs) will be conducted in 2012, replacing individual ERF evaluations periodically...
The TDRP is financed by a $30.8 million multi donor trust fund (MDTF), to which there are seven different donor contributions, the largest of which is 72 percent contributed by the AfDB. The TDRP is a four-year program (2009-2013) with the following objectives: Provide technical support for the...
The water and sanitation program is an international partnership which aims to provide increased access to improved water and sanitation services for poor people living in rural and urban areas across the world. The objectives of this mid-term evaluation were to assess the implementation progress...
The DRF is a pooled fund that awards small grants (5,000 to 20,000 $) to grassroots Disabled Persons’ Organizations’ (DPOs) in the global South and in the Ukraine. The grants allow DPOs to raise awareness and advocate for the rights of people with disabilities using the United Nations Convention of...
IDRC’s Evaluation Unit (EU) is conducting a strategic evaluation to investigate the Centre’s contributions to the development of capacities of those with whom the Centre works. The evaluation aims to provide IDRC’s own staff and managers with an intellectual framework and a useful common language...
Under two contracts, Universalia conducted first a context and readiness assessment for results-based management within the Nile Basin Initiative (NBI), and then assisted NBI in creating a results-based system. This assignment involved assisting NBI in developing an LFA for the overall initiative,...
To gain a deeper understanding of what capacity-building means and to examine the development results achieved, IDRC commissioned Universalia to conduct this corporate level, program-wide evaluation with three distinct phases: (1) to investigate how IDRC staff and managers understand capacity-...

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