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4.3 Implementing Evaluations
The implementation of evaluations is carried out by the evaluation team. The evaluation manager stays in touch with the evaluation team to provide assistance or clarification where needed. To ensure that evaluations are carried out in a professional and ethical manner28, evaluators should be provided with UNEG Norms and Standards as an integral framework for evaluations in UN-Habitat, in addition to UN-Habitat policy.
After the evaluation workplan is approved, establishing a clear understanding of how the evaluation will be carried out and what will be achieved, the evaluator embarks on data collection and analysis.
28 UNEG Ethical Guidelines and UNEG Code of Conduct for Evaluations in the UN System (annex 10 and 11).