Assessment of Development Results Malaysia
The Assessment of Development Results (ADR) is an independent, country programme-level evaluation conducted by the UNDP Independent Evaluation Office to assess UNDP Malaysia’s contributions to development results for the period from 2008 to 2014. The overall objectives of the assessment are to support greater UNDP accountability for results to the Government of Malaysia and other national stakeholders as well as to the UNDP Executive Board.
In addition, the ADR seeks to generate lessons to inform current and future programming at the country and UNDP corporate level. The report will also be utilised as inputs for UNDP’s discussions with the Government of Malaysia and national stakeholders on the programme focus for the joint cooperation programme for the period 2016-2020.