International Development Law Organization

Performance

Evaluation Briefs

As part of our commitment to accountability and results-based management, IDLO enhanced its evaluation methodology and introduced ‘theory-based’ evaluations carried out by external expert teams – allowing us to create focused questions and develop qualitative and quantitative indicators for measuring impact. Guided by the standard OECD (DAC) criteria (relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, impact and sustainability), each evaluation brief provides an independent assessment of a project, measures the extent to which the expected results were achieved, and identifies lessons learned with a view to informing future projects and programs.

Mongolia

Evaluation of the project "Commercial Law Judicial Capacity Building Project (CLJCBP)"

 

 

 

Tajikistan

Evaluation of the project “Implementation of a Commercial Law Judicial Training Program"

 

 

 

South Sudan

Evaluation of the project “Enhancing the Capacity of the Judiciary of South Sudan" 

 

 

 

Somalia

Evaluation of the project "Enhancing the Capacity of the Legal Professional in Somalia for the Delivery of Justice"

 

 

 

Afghanistan

Evaluation (Mid-Term) of the project “Supporting Access to Justice in Afghanistan (SAJA)"