This evaluation was completed between August 2017 and July 2019 by the Hydroconseil-Agriate Consortium. The AFD’s Evaluation and Learning Department (EVA: Evaluation et Apprentissage) was responsible for the overall management of the evaluation. A Reference Group comprising AFD experts and external subject matter experts met on five occasions to guide the process, and provide feedback and suggest improvements to the successive evalua-tion outputs.
The sample created for this evaluation consisted of 47 interventions, equating to 103 projects implemented through 157 agreements [see the Glossary in the Appendix], in 23 countries representative of the main geographical areas in which the AFD works. This sample corresponds to a net commitment of 1.2 billion euros from the AFD over the 34 year evaluation period.
on the same regionResearch documentpublished in October 2020Research documentpublished in October 2019Vidéopublished in July 2019Research documentpublished in August 2018Institutional documentpublished in April 2018Institutional documentpublished in October 2016
on the same topicResearch documentPersistence of inequality in access to water: A look at the actions of women in peri-urban territories of the city of El Altopublished in November 2020Research documentpublished in October 2020Vidéopublished in May 2020Research documentData opportunities and challenges for calculating a global Strong Environmental Sustainability (SES) indexpublished in May 2020Institutional documentpublished in April 2020Vidéopublished in April 2020
from the same collectionEvaluation documentEvaluation of the Second Objective of the Biodiversity Cross-cutting Intervention Framework (2013–2017)published in May 2019Evaluation documentEvaluation of the AFD “Protected Area” conservation and development intervention contributions (2000-2017). Synthesis of the final reportpublished in March 2019Evaluation documentpublished in February 2019Evaluation documentpublished in April 2018Evaluation documentpublished in February 2018Evaluation documentpublished in April 2017