In particular, incentives and rewards, promotion and development decisions should be aligned to these. Boards should satisfy themselves that this is clear in company policies and is applied in practice, challenging themselves and management on how effective they are at shaping and embedding culture, for example in the areas suggested below.
Complex humanitarian situations refer to contexts that are multidimensional in nature — where multiple complexity factors converge that are political and politicised. Often in these environments, the most vulnerable people are located in hard-to-reach or the most insecure locations. As a result, the coverage and quality of … Monitoring and Evaluation of Denmark-Myanmar Country Programme ; Danida; Myanmar SinceDenmark has steadily expanded its diplomatic, political, commercial and development cooperation with Myanmar, leading to Myanmar becoming a priority country for Danish development cooperation and the opening of an embassy in Yangon in The Myanmar Country Programme — was established to support the transition process, aiming to contribute to a peaceful and more democratic Myanmar with equitable, sustainable and inclusive growth that promotes human rights for all people.
A sustainable anti-corruption strategy that delivers effective poverty reduction requires a significant societal shift in social norms and behaviour to support anti-corruption. The concept is often considered as a unifying lens that can inform more effective interventions in the humanitarian-development nexus, which has relevance for many of the contexts the World Food Programme WFP works in, where protracted or repeat crises and ongoing fragility undermine efforts towards reaching zero hunger and food security.
The current programme, the Caribbean Anti-Corruption Programme CACPstarted in and builds on the results and learning of three previous programmes.
Recognising that corruption is an interrelated, multi-faceted issue, the CACP takes a multi-pronged approach; supporting three Jamaican anti-corruption agencies and one regional agency.
DFID commissioned Itad to undertake a theory-based evaluation to test this approach. Itad is working to bridge theory and practice in resilience measurement, working in partnerships to advance knowledge on two priority topics: Although project activities and planned outcomes differ they share a focus on developing media quality with engaging youth.
The programme aims to increase sustainable a access to and b production of research literature in particular low income countries. The expected impact is that research knowledge contributes to economic and social development. UNICEF believes that stronger health systems are necessary to reach the most marginalized children and women, to sustain the progress achieved and to increase the resilience of both delivery systems and communities to absorb and recover from external shocks, including public health emergencies and outbreaks.
Working closely with eight European donors the programme design was informed by a political economy analysis of key areas of governance in Uganda.
These areas covered three interconnected domains of governance: The new Evaluation Policy represents a shift from evaluation being primarily the responsibility of the OEV, to being integrated across the organisation. The programme focuses on a range of agricultural and livestock e. The objectives of this assignment are … Evaluation of UNFPA support to the prevention, response to and elimination of gender-based violence ; Multi-country; UNFPA Itad is currently conducting the Evaluation of UNFPA support to the prevention, response to and elimination of gender-based violence, including harmful practices The evaluation provides an opportunity to ensure accountability to partner countries, donors and other key stakeholders as well as to the UNFPA Executive Board on performance against the current and past strategic plans.
The evaluation will inform the strategic … The Mastercard Foundation: Savings Portfolio Learning Partner ; Multi-country; The Mastercard Foundation Hundreds of millions of people in Africa, many of them living in poverty, lack access to basic financial products, including savings services.
Savings groups and other innovative savings products have the potential to mobilise community resources, empower participants, and enable low-income people to better plan and manage their financial lives. Although it is growing, the evidence base in this area remains patchy.
There is a need for more work to gather and disseminate best practices and explore future possibilities in this field.
Drug-resistant infections could kill 10 million people across the world every year by if they are not tackled. The evaluation has the dual objectives of learning and accountability. Set up in by three founding organisations, which are now its executive sponsors The Rockefeller Foundation, the U.
Although deaths in young children have declined, newborn deaths have not.
High death rates are due to poor access to quality delivery and emergency obstetric and neonatal care and low use of available services. It supports a range of interventions to improve maternal and neonatal … Nigeria Public Sector Accountability and Governance Programme: To achieve effective and inclusive poverty reduction and better public services, Nigerian governments need to become demonstrably better at prioritizing, planning, resourcing, delivering, tracking and accounting for the delivery of public goods and services that respond to the needs of citizens, who are themselves actively engaged in ensuring these.
This research programme will produce operationally relevant and robust research to understand the effectiveness of social and political action for the empowerment of men and women and improved accountability of governments in different contexts.
Repositioning access to high quality contraceptive services to reach adolescent girls is potentially one of the most effective ways for countries to achieve their health and development goals, with current public-sector family planning programmes often not being well designed to address the complex barriers that adolescent girls face.
However, compared to the Tanzanian mainland, Zanzibar NSAs are less able to identify, obtain and successfully utilise donor … Gender and Adolescence: Adolescent girls can be affected by issues such as high out-of-school rates, poor access to formal employment and discriminatory gender norms.
The scope of this assignment presents an excellent opportunity to conduct a comprehensive study of evaluation quality. The literature in this field recognises that there is gap in past meta-evaluations that have concentrated on only selected aspects of determinants of quality.
Although reviews have been carried out at project and programme level, a formal impact evaluation has not been carried out.
While it is likely that FSDT will have had significant impact in some areas, this needs to be reviewed independently, using a … Business Environment Reform Facility BERF ; Multi County; DFID Whilst significant progress been achieved recently in improving business regulations in developing countries, empirical evidence on what works in business environment BE reform programmes is limited, and what information is available is often scattered or hard to obtain.
Lessons learned from past reforms show that reform mechanisms are complex, difficult to get right, and highly country specific. DGGF is specifically designed for SMEs in low- and middle-income countries and in the Netherlands, which generally experience a lack of appropriate finance for development-related investments and trade.
It will ultimately fund SMEs located within the total of 68 developing countries, giving special attention to female entrepreneurs, young … Communication for Development: The Strategic Plan positions C4D as inherent to the implementation strategy of capacity development.Your organization may not have the tools and resources to evaluate outcomes as they relate to reaction, learning, behavior, and results.
If your circumstances do not allow you to evaluate all areas, focus on the earlier outcomes noted in the outcome chain. an organisation. In this unit we will examine your working relationships with colleagues and interest in the activities and performance of you and your organisation.
There are three main types of stakeholder. Identifying stakeholders and their relevance. 34 Organizational Stakeholders, Management, and Ethics Learning Objectives CHAPTER 2 PART I The Organization and Its Environment Business and service organizations exist to create valued goods and services that people need or desire.
by Pretesh Biswas, APB Consultant. ISO clause 8 Operation. ISO clause 8 Operation deals with the execution of the plans and processes that enable the organization to meet their environmental objectives.
asp notes - Ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online. The extent to which an organisation achieves the objectives of three stakeholders There are three types of stakeholders, Internal, Connected and External.
An organisation achieves the objective to each of the stakeholders but only to a certain extent.