Project Title: UNFPA First Country Program Evaluation in Georgia of Reproductive Health, P&D and Gender Program Activities
Period: October 2010 - February 2011
Client UNFPA (USA and Georgia)

The main objective of the UNFPA Georgia first country evaluation was to assess the relevance to the national needs and priorities and to look if the program resources (human, technical and financial) were used efficiently to achieve the given output, to assess the effectiveness and sustainability of UNFPA Country Program in Georgia in terms of RH, P&D and Gender Components. In addition to the main objectives of the evaluation goal was to assess the results (outputs and outcomes) of the first UNFPA Georgia Country Program, to identify the program strategies and their effectiveness of all three components of the UNFPA CP in contribution to the achievement of ICPD and MDG goals. The evaluation looked at the lessons that were drawn from the first CP evaluation exercise. The evaluation also tried to highlight strengths, weaknesses/gaps, good practices and provided forward looking recommendations for the designing and implementation of the second UNFPA CP 2011-2015. The evaluation was conducted with the leadership of EMC President Nino Saakashvili.


EMC Workshop in Frankfurt and Main, Germany

Project Cycle, Monitoring and Evaluation

On March 22, 2018 EMC is organizing one-day workshop in Frankfurt, Germany on the topic Project Cycle, Monitoring and Evaluation. EMC’s President Nino Saakashvili will conduct the workshop.Workshop will provide an overview of results-based management including result based project management, monitoring and evaluation (M&E) with an emphasis of tools and methods for successfully managing the projects and achieving its objectives. The workshop will cover fundamental concepts of project management, methods of project Monitoring & Evaluation, results measurement indicators and frameworks. Also, evaluation processes including evaluation planning, collecting and analyzing data, developing evaluation report and communicating results.