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Universalia was mandated by the UNICEF Regional Office for the Middle East and North Africa to conduct the evaluation of UNICEF Country Programme in Tunisia 2015-2020. The objectives of this Country Programme Evaluation (CPE) was to provide impartial and independent evidence to assist the Country...
Lovecarestation.com is an innovative, internet-based health-promotion and counselling platform run by Path2Health Foundation (P2H), a Thai non-governmental organisation located in Bangkok. Since 2015, P2H has been working in collaboration with UNICEF Thailand who is supporting the platform and...

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...
The 2015-2020 country programme implemented by UNICEF, which responds to emergencies and addresses development challenges in the health, EHA, education, nutrition, child protection and social policies areas, is the largest among the UN agencies present in Madagascar.
Universalia has been mandated...

In late 2018, the leadership of UNICEF and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) signed and launched a ‘partnership strategy’ to strengthen the two organization’s collaboration in key result areas (nutrition, maternal and child health, adolescent well-being, early childhood development,...
The evaluation of integrated school canteen programs funded by the Embassy of the Netherlands and the European Union and implemented by the office of the World Food Program, for the period 2017-2018, was a summative evaluation aiming to identify weaknesses, strengths and lessons learned from...
Supported by SIDA, UNICEF launched the “Prevent and Protect: Armed Violence and Weapons in Child Protection” Programme to strengthen interventions addressing armed violence and issues related to weapons in Child Protection programmes in selected countries. The programme was two-fold, targeting both...
Girl Powered Nutrition (GPN) programme, launched in early 2018 and valued at 3.2 million USD, is funded by Nutrition International (NI) and has been designed to influence knowledge, attitudes and behaviours of girls and young women and their communities through a nutrition curriculum to be...