Evaluierung OEZA Mosambik
The strategic evaluation of ADC’s engagement in Mozambique 1992-2018 (“the evaluation”) is part of ADC’s strategic evaluation plan 2019/2020, which is developed jointly by the Austrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) and the Austrian Development Agency (ADA) . It is being commissioned by ADA’s Evaluation Unit (EVAL) and will be undertaken by a team of external consultants. The evaluation results should be available in the second quarter of 2020 and will provide an input into the decision-making process regarding ADC’s future engagement in Mozambique.
The evaluation’s main purpose is to provide evidence that will feed into the decision regarding ADC’s future engagement which may involve a change in intensity and modalities of cooperation with Mozambique.
More specifically the evaluation will:
• assess the continuous relevance of ADC’s engagement in Mozambique
• assess the past and current effectiveness (relating to the achievement of results and management) of ADC’s engagement in Mozambique
• assess ADC’s past and current value added in the country
• provide options for ADC’s future engagement in Mozambique
Primary users of the evaluation results are
- the MFA and ADA programme Management (around 5 People)
- the Austrian coordination office in Maputo (2 People)
The Evaluation will also provide valuable Information for
- other MFA and ADA programme Managers (around 15 People)
- programme and project partners in Mozambique and Austria (50-100 People)
The evaluation will be divided into three phases with specific deliverables. Their timely delivery is the responsibility of the evaluation team. The main deliveries are:
- Attendance of Kick off meeting in Vienna
- Inception Report
- Presentation of Preliminary findings
- Extended report outline
- Draft report
- Presentation of final draft in Vienna
- Final report
Austrian Development Cooperation (ADC) became active in Mozambique already shortly after the country’s independence in 1975 and has been a development partner throughout its post-colonial history.