The FC Evaluation Department publishes summarised analysis reports on Projects and Programmes in Developing Countries every two years. In addition to detailed performance statistics going back two years, these reports also provide analyses of particular sectors or regions and focus on different topics.
|Evaluate. Measure. Learn.|
16th Evaluation Report, 2019-2020(PDF, 12 MB, non-accessible)
|For greater impact in smaller towns and cities.|
15th Evaluation Report, 2017-2018
|Living in a threatened world - Effectively responding to hazards.|
14th Evaluation Report, 2015-2016
|Financial Cooperation in rural areas: to the benefit of people and nature.|
13th Evaluation Report, 2013-2014
|Fragile Settings. Lasting Impact.|
12th Evaluation Report, 2011-2012
Project evaluations on behalf of the Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU)
Summaries are published for all individual ex post evaluations. These provide answers to the question of how effective the projects are. Did the measure help resolve the core problem? What was the project’s contribution to climate change mitigation and adaptation?
Were funds used cost-effectively? What could and should be done differently or better in future projects? Which Lessons Learnt can be derived for the International Climate Initiative and for the international climate negotiations?
Standard evaluations on behalf of the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)
Reports are published for all individual ex post evaluations. These provide answers to the question of how effective the projects are. Did the measure help resolve the core problem? Were funds used cost-effectively? What could and should be done differently or better in future projects?
With the publication series "Evaluation update", the FC evaluation department publishes its technical results in a wide variety of formats, from studies on contributions to a topic to cross-sectional evaluations.
The focus of the FC Evaluation Department's work is increasingly shifting towards thematic evaluations.