Evaluation of SDC’s Global Programmes Climate Change; Water Initiatives; Food Security; Migration and Development and Health

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Evaluation of SDC’s Global Programmes Climate Change; Water Initiatives; Food Security; Migration and Development and Health

The evaluation assesses to what extent the Global Programmes address the relevant policy themes in regard to the global and regional challenges and to what extent they have influenced policies at international, regional and national level. The evaluation further appraises through which means the Global Programmes have pursued results in policy influencing. The evaluation also addresses the issues of the human and financial resources, the geographical orientation and the cooperation with other domains of SDC, within FDFA (Whole of FDFA) and with other Ministries (Whole of Government) as well as with external part

Keywords Policy influencing; Global themes; Global risks; Climate Change; Migration and Development; Global Health; Food Security; Water Initiatives
Topic area Energy
Migration
Health
Consumer Affairs
Agriculture
Environment and Nature
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Agents Lotus M&E Group: Achim Engelhardt, Andreas Fischlin, Ilona Kick-busch, Melissa Siegel, Pierre Walther
Principals FDFA - Federal Department of Foreign Affairs
Costs CHF207,550
Budget charged 207'550
Legal basis Art. 57 Abs. 1 RVOG
Art. 57 al. 1 LOGA
Art. 57 cpv. 1 LOGA
Copyright held by Copyright, Bundesbehörden der Schweizerischen Eidgenossenschaft, 2007
Droits d'auteur: autorités de la Confédération suisse, 2007
Diritti d'autore: autorità della Confederazione Svizzera, anno 2007
Dretgs d'autur: autoritads da la Confederaziun svizra, 2007
Copyright, Swiss federal authorities, 2007
Details regarding this study can be obtained from SDC, Evaluation and Corporate Controlling Division
Issue date 01.11.2015
Entry data 08.12.2015
Last update 21.12.2015 08:48:43

Last modification 31.01.2018

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