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close this bookJobs for Africa - Towards a Programme of Action - Report of the ILO/UNDP Programme on Employment Generation and Poverty Reduction (ILO - UNDP, 1997, 107 p.)
close this folderAnnex
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View the documentPart 6: Benchmarks for Success
View the documentPart 7: Inputs
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View the documentPart 9: Prior Obligations and Prerequisites
View the documentPart 10: Project Reviews, Reporting and Evaluation
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View the documentAnnex I: Typical sequences of Project activities at National level
View the documentAnnex II: Schedule of Project
View the documentAnnex III: Job Descriptions Project Manager/CTA

Part 10: Project Reviews, Reporting and Evaluation

10.1 The project will be subject to the normal review and reporting requirements of all UNDP projects.

10.2 The project manager (CTA) of the regional project will be required to produce an annual work plan by the 31st of January of each year, for review by the ILO as the executing agency. The CTA will also be required to submit semi-annual progress reports to the ILO. The ILO on its part will be expected to submit annual progress reviews to the UNDP.

10.3 A small inter-country Advisory Council will provide advice to end review the operations of the regional project at least twice during the project's duration. The project shall be subject to a mid-term evaluation 24 months after the start of full implementation, and to a final evaluation three months prior to its scheduled termination. The organization, terms of reference and the precise timing of these evaluations will be decided following discussions with the UNDP, the ILO and the project's advisory group.