Programme Performance Reports
The Institute operates on the basis of a two-year budget and programme of work cycle. Programme performance reports record performance data and information from all offices, programmes, sections and units with planned results specified in the biennial programme of work. In addition to recording an assessment of outcomes, the report also includes ratings against output targets and lists any non-programmed results that have been achieved during the budget cycle. Programme performance reports are published every two years.
Results reports are produced annually and summarize the Institute’s major results and achievements in relation to trained beneficiaries and other outputs under the six high-level programme areas of the strategic framework.
The Institute’s evaluation policy provides for both independent evaluations and self-assessments. While the majority of evaluations are undertaken as self-assessment exercises by the programmes and other entities delivering projects and activities, with the results of the self-assessments incorporated in narrative project reports, independent evaluations are also conducted periodically for specific projects or on a thematic or cluster basis. This section includes a list of independent evaluations.
Report on the Evaluation of UNITAR Service Functions