The finalized Livestock and Fish CRP Commissioned External Evaluation (CCEE) report on the Program’s value chain approach is now publicly available. The report makes 24 recommendations and 29 suggestions, subdivided according to four main areas of investigation and 12 evaluation questions.
The draft report of the CRP-Commissioned External Evaluation of the Program’s Value Chain Approach is now available for comment. Please share your feedback and comments.
Field work has concluded for the Livestock and Fish CRP Commissioned External Evaluation on its Value Chain approach. The Evaluation Team wrapped-up field work in Nairobi on Monday, 15 September with a workshop for program staff during which they presented some of their observations. The Nairobi workshop marked the end of a month of field …
An external evaluation team recently assessed the Smallholder Pig Value Chain Project activities in Uganda. The evaluation sought to review the effectiveness of the program in developing, supporting and implementing the value chain approach at its research for development (R4D) sites and to assess the relevance and efficiency of the program’s value chain approach with a focus on quality of science.
The Livestock and Fish CRP Commissioned External Evaluation (CCEE) team has finalized the dates for their field work in each of the targeted value chains. The schedule has now been agreed upon by all stakeholders and can be regarded as finalized. Please make note of the dates in your calendar!
Since my first update on the implementation of the first CRP Commissioned External Evaluation (CCEE)there has been significant progress made toward implementation of the first CRP Commissioned External Evaluation (CCEE).
The Livestock and Fish CGIAR Research Program (CRP) will hold its first CRP-Commissioned External Evaluation (CCEE) this year. The focus of the evaluation is on its value chain approach and whether it is being implemented effectively, efficiently and in a manner that contributes to the overall quality of its science outputs. The program’s evaluation manager Keith Child provides a first update on the planning for this activity.