External Evaluation
HIV/AIDS Workplace Policies and Programmes
GTZ / ILO Partnership 2003 - 2007
Strategic Perspective and Impact
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Beneficiary opinion
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Performance: Combined overall efficiency and effectiveness
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Methodology
Report
Validation
Data analysis
Country visits: Moldova & Ukraine
Data collection: multiple processes
Design of Survey to Assess Performance
Collection and Review of Accounting Data
Discussions with Project staff
Desk Review
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Evaluation objectives
Typical LFA
Field Project
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Validity of design
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Assessment of Performance
Project
Document
Strategic Impact
• Governance & Legislation
• Public/Private Partnerships
• Institutionalisation at Workplace
• Access to international funding
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Process
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S ubsta n tive A ctivities
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400'000.00
T ra vel
300'000.00
S em in a rs
200'000.00
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Process
Budget & expenditure performance - Projection: USD 2'509'894.72 *
1'000'000.00
800'000.00
Budget
756'500.00
Budget
756'500.00
Response to strategyExpenditure
620'548.00
Expenditure
489'383.00
600'000.00
Expenditure
529'829.00
Expenditure
582'347.00
400'000.00
Expenditure, 287'787.72
Budget
356'363.64
226'671.00
Budget
356'363.64
Budget, 287'272.73
174'153.00
200'000.00
3'105.28
0.00
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2004
2005
2006
-514.99
2007 Q1&2*
Surplus/Deficit
-133'019.36
-200'000.00
-264'184.36
-400'000.00
* Projection based on 2007 Q1 expenditure
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Impact and achievements
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Advocacy
2003: 3 international events
– 300 high-level officials
2004: 7 international events
– 300 high-level stakeholders
2005: 3 international events
– 400 high-level stakeholders
2006: 5 international events
– 300 high-level stakeholders
2007: 1 international event –
300 high-level stakeholders
Training
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2003: 100 tripartite leaders
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2004: 250 tripartite leaders
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2005: 7 sub-regional and
national events
– 400 tripartite leaders
2006: 12 sub-regional and
national events
– 300 tripartite leaders
2006: 7 national events
– 90 tripartite leaders
Research and Knowledge-sharing
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Contribution to translations, print and reprint of ILO Code into 11
languages and Application Manual into 4 new languages.
5 publications on impact of HIV/AIDS in the Workplace
Major impact of publications: China, Russia, Indonesia, Brazil,
Mozambique, Tanzania and Swaziland. [Ukraine & Moldova]
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Strategic conclusions
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Not all countries respond equally to strategy
advocacy
Advocacy requires substantial risk funding
LFA approach does not necessarily work for
advocacy projects
LFA approach offers advantages that are underused
in research and country projects
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Conclusions on Project Implementation
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The Project is well-established within ILO
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Models were developed according to Project Strategy
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Awareness was increased amongst decision-makers
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HIV/AIDS can occupy a significant position at WP
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Genuine tripartite collaboration can be achieved in
the WP
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Project Staff were well selected and are motivated
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Future sustainability remains a challenge
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Current size of staff is insufficient
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Strategy development and support to country
projects require different approaches
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Recommendations to achieve impact
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Maintain and achieve labour legislation reform
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Ensure continuous training of trainers
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Sustain and expand leaders’ awareness
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Correct wrong assumptions about the role of ILO
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Increase KS through increased use of new technology
and media
Create sustainable structures outside the ILO
Organise high-level conferences at country level to
develop structures & systems & involve stakeholders
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Identify and promote replicable best practice
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Systematise project management within ILO-HIV/AIDS
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Best practice to capture
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Interpipe Corporation – Ukraine
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Education Sector – Ukraine
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Children and HIV/AIDS in Ukraine (Olena Franchuk
Foundation)
Union Fenosa Group – Moldova (a tripartite success)
Moldova’s International centre for promoting women
in business
ILO/GTZ Impact on Labour Legislation
(a comparative experience Moldova & Uraine)
Conditions for HIV/AIDS WP strategy development
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