Evaluation of the Project for City Resilience in Afghanistan April 2017 - March 2019 (2/2019)
Project for City Resilience (PCR) was implemented by UN-Habitat Afghanistan between April 2017 and March 2019. This project was funded by the Government of Japan with a budget of USD 3,296,800. The evaluation was conducted at the request of UN-Habitat and is part of UN-Habitat’s effort to perform systematic and timely evaluations of its projects and to ensure that UN-Habitat evaluations provide a full representation of its mandate and activities.
This evaluation is independent and evidence-based and assessed objectively as possible the performance by level of achievement of outcomes and rated level of satisfaction with relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, impact outlook, and sustainability of the project. This evaluation also assessed the integration of cross-cutting issues (gender equity, human rights, youth and climate change) in the project design and implementation. The evaluation results will contribute to UN-Habitat’s planning, reporting and accountability. The sharing of findings from this evaluation will inform UN-Habitat (Country Programme, ROAP and HQ) and key stakeholders in the project, including governing bodies, donors, partners, and Member States, on what was achieved and learned from the Project.