Independent Evaluations

The Cities Alliance periodically undertakes independent evaluation of its performance by a third party. The purpose of these evaluations is to: (a) assess Alliance performance in achieving its objectives and desired results, and provide guidance on how to improve this performance; (b) assess the extent to which the Cities Alliance’s objectives, strategy and programme design remain relevant to the urban development agenda; and (c) to ensure we listen to the feedback from our stakeholders and participants and capture learning to improve our programming.

Read independent evaluations of the Cities Alliance: 

2019: Independent Mid Term Evaluation of the Cities Alliance Country Programme in Liberia

2017: Accenture Programme Evaluation of the Cities Alliance Country Programmes in Ghana, Uganda and Vietnam

2012: AUSAid Independent Evaluation of the Cities Alliance

2011: COWI

2007: Independent Evaluation Group, the World Bank

2007: Scanteam, Oslo

2006: Universalia

2005: Development Grant Facility (Nasser Munjee)

2002: Development Planning Unit, London 


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