- Assessing the progress of programmatic implementation of the project for the period of January 2020 – February 2023, its achievement and learning on the program and project management. The purpose is to assess whether the programme has achieved its identified outputs, outcomes and results as stated in the programme design document and result framework.
- Identifying the impact of adaptation measures in dealing with external situation, i.e the COVID 19 pandemic in securing projects objective and provide insight whether the implementation is on the track and provide feedback on WRI programming and partnerships, including its approach, project management, and provide recommendations to support better programming.
- The project evaluation shall include the issues of efficiency, achievement of results, results management, sustainability, relevance, coordination, risk management, gender, lessons learned, and best practices. For most of its 3-year lifetime the project has adopted virtual and hybrid activities due to the Covid 19 pandemic. The external evaluation should capture the Covid 19 adaptation to those aspects.
- Efficiency. A systematic examination of management’s efforts to accomplish goals efficiently and effectively to determine adherence to the management policies and stated requirements. This should also include an assessment of how efficient the EU SUPA C2 project is in converting inputs into outputs.
- Achievements of results. An assessment of to which extent the program’s objectives and outcomes, and outputs have been achieved.
- Results management. An assessment of the EU SUPA C2 project results management, including the realism and the clarity of the program’s expected results; The project’s system for monitoring of results (including indicators and sources used); system for results assessment and reporting (including the quality of its reports); reason for and process of revising its results framework.
- Sustainability. An assessment of the probability of continued long-term benefits after the closing of the program and the ownership of the results from the partner country.
- Relevance. An assessment of to which extent the project is consistent with the beneficiaries’ requirements, national and sub-national policies in eight involved countries (Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam), country needs, global priorities, and partners’ and the European Union (EU) and ASEAN priorities on combating transboundary haze pollution and peatland fires in the region.
- Coordination. An assessment of how the program interacts and collaborates with other EU-funded programs and programs supported by other donors and other related initiatives for preventing transboundary haze in Southeast Asian countries. It also examines the added value of the eight countries program on creating synergies with the activities already undertaken by the partner government, private sector actors, and civil society organizations in those countries.
- Risks Management. This assessment involvesexamining how project outcomes and objectives might change due to the impact of the risk event. It also includes the program’s response to internal and external risks, including the Covid 19 pandemic.
- Gender. An assessment of how gender issues are integrated into the program operations.
- Impact and sustainability. An assessment on the project contribution to overall objective and analysis of any unintended impact (if any). What evidence is there to suggest the project’s interventions and/or results will be sustained after the project end? What are the possibilities for replication and extension of the project’s outcomes?
- Lesson Learned and Best Practices. An assessment of lessons learned from the implementation, what could have been done, reflection, and comparison with the example of other practices in a different program.
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