Strategic evaluation of Austrian Development Cooperation’s engagement in Mozambique 1992-2018

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The Austrian Development Agency has commissioned Ecorys to conduct a strategic evaluation of Austrian Development Cooperation’s (ADC’s) engagement in Mozambique 1992-2018. The strategic evaluation of ADC’s engagement in Mozambique 1992-2018 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).
The main purpose of this evaluation is to provide evidence that will feed into the decision regarding ADC’s future engagement, which may involve a change in the intensity and modalities of development 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 and the Austrian coordination office in Maputo.

The evaluation team consists of Anneke Slob (team leader), Tobias Broich (international expert and project manager) and Abdul Sacoor (national expert). The evaluation will be carried out between August 2019 and May 2020 and includes fieldwork in Austria and in Mozambique (Maputo and Sofala Province).

For further information please contact Tobias Broich ([email protected])