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Independent External Evaluation of the International Labour Organization’s Evaluation Function

United Nations International Labour Organization (ILO)

Service: Meta-evaluation

Year: 2010

AIMS examined the effectiveness, efficiency and relevance of the existing processes, system and structures of the ILO’s evaluation function; reviewed and identified ways of improving the ILO’s evaluation capacity and performance in light of international best practices. The scope included coding a large sample of ILO evaluations, interviews and focus group discussions with regional and headquarters staff, an on-line survey of users of evaluation products, and a review of institutional learning and knowledge management processes. AIMS made 10 major recommendations to the governing body; all of which were approved and implemented.

AIMS Associates: John Mathiason, Rick Williams, Punit Arora, Ann Sutherland