UNDCS

Evaluation of UN Development Cooperation Strategy

UDA Consulting was commissioned by UNDP Turkey to conduct independent evaluation of United Nations cooperation strategy with Turkish Government covering the period of 2011-2015.The overall objective of the evaluation are to gather key findings and lessons learned to inform the implementation stages of the next programme cycle, and to support greater accountability towards agreed national objectives and priorities in Turkey.

Evaluation of Entrepreneurship Supports provided by Turkish Government

Evaluation of Entrepreneurship Supports

TTGV subcontracted UDA Consulting to implement “Evaluation of Entrepreneurship Supports provided by Turkish Government” project. Within the scope of this project, it is aimed to explore the impacts of government supports through three different support programs such as BSTB, KOSGEB and TÜBİTAK as well as to identify the potential barriers on sustaining the enterprises, which are established through these supports. UDA Consulting implemented research component of this project and visited more than 500 enterprises in 41 provinces of Turkey.

Georgia: Household Surveys on Forest Use, Poverty and Vulnerability to Natural Hazards

Georgia: Household Surveys on Forest Use

The objective of the study is to assist the forest policy on forest dependence, poverty and natural hazards in Georgia. It is also aimed to enhance the understanding of the linkages between poverty and forest dependency globally. The outcomes of the study will help to support the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resource Protection (MENRP), and National Forest Agency (NFA) in particular, in the on-going sector reforms. The data is obtained through household visits and by survey method.

Evaluation of IPARD Turkey

Ex-Post Evaluation of IPARD Turkey (2007-2013)

Geographical Scope

Ex-Post Evaluation focused on 12 provinces out of the 42 provinces in which the Programme has been implemented: Aksaray, Ankara, Çorum, Denizli, Isparta, Konya, Manisa, Mersin, Ordu, Şanlıurfa, Uşak ve Van.

Project Description

Ex-Post Evaluation Report shows the findings of the IPARD Programme activities that were carried out between August 2011 and August 2016. The report presents a detailed analysis on the standard evaluation components.

Software for Pharmacy Sector

Statistics Software for Pharmacy Sector

Within the frame of Research and Development Support Programmes funded by Turkish Government, UDA Consulting was granted to develop web based statistical analysis software totally customized to needs and requirements of pharmacy sector. This unique software takes Food Drug Administration (FDA) regulations into account and software will enable to design, harmonize and disseminate the preparation of generic drug development processess more scientifically.

Baseline Evaluation, Providing Life Improving Protection Support to Vulnerable Refugees and Host Families in Turkey

Providing Protection Support to Refugees

World Vision has started to implement an ECHO project that aims at improving protection support to those groups of refugees as well as to the vulnerable host families in Turkey. The purpose of this baseline evaluation report is to provide information base against project goal, to analyse outcome indicators to further assess the progress within the project final evaluation and to set up benchmarks against the ECHO project indicators.

Focus Group Discussions on the Needs and Expectations of Syrian Children, Young People and Their Families on Access to Education

Focus Group Discussions on the Needs and Expectations

This study aims to determine the needs and expectations of Syrian families in accessing to education, as well as to identify key influencers in the targeted communities who can encourage Syrian families and their children to access current education services. Also, another major purpose of the focus group discussions was to identify the communication channels that are used by Syrian families and young people to distribute messages and share information.

The research involved 17 focus group discussions with the participation of 70 NGO representatives and 53 Syrian teachers.

Mohammed Ibrahim Azhar

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I write to confirm that UDA's partners have been of great assistance in research and assessment related to the Afghan opiate trade, organized criminality, its methods and structures. All work was performed to the highest standard and I look forward to collaborating with them in the future.

Deputy Minister for finance and planning

UNODC Tajikistan

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UDA consulting effectively tailored the training to the participants’ needs taking into account the specifics of their work. Overall, training services were delivered by the company in high quality and timely manner.

In summary, UNODC Programme Office in Tajikistan recommends UDA Consulting to any organization that requires high quality and tailored statistics trainings.

Tajikistan country office