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Description of the Assignment:
As part of closure and transition process, the Terminal Evaluation is intended to wrap-up the project through assessment of the final outcomes, achievements, and results of the Project, including its contribution to the desired impact.
The evaluation will also contribute to strengthening learning and accountability by analyzing the efficient use of resources towards implementation and delivery of outputs and capturing strategic and programmatic challenges, lessons learned, and how the Project adopted gender mainstreaming, inclusion and human rights.
The evaluation will be used by main parties (UNDP and CCC) to assess their approaches to policy development and operationalization, especially as it relates to NDC, to inform future programming and design of similar projects in the future. The evaluation will also inform stakeholders on post-project implementation follow-up actions to ensure sustainability of gains from the Project, and may possibly contribute to the updating of the NDC roadmap.
Period of assignment/services 40-person day
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