UNOSSC Research Survey on South-South Cooperation: Monitoring, Evaluation and Impact Assessment Tools

By February 11, 2021 February 19th, 2021 News

The United Nations Office for South-South Cooperation (UNOSSC), as part of its activities on the production and dissemination of cutting-edge policy-relevant knowledge and practices related to South-South Cooperation (SSC), is undertaking a research study on Monitoring, Evaluation and Impact Assessment Tools for South-South Cooperation.

To this end, UNOSSC is inviting stakeholders working in the field of development cooperation in developing countries or are dealing with issues related to SSC in bilateral and multilateral organizations. The survey aims to collect new knowledge about tools and experiences in monitoring, evaluation and impact assessment for SSC, based on information and perceptions of stakeholders from several epistemic communities, such as governments, non-governmental organizations, policy networks, the business sector, academia, as well as independent researchers and practitioners. Its results will inform a research report that the UNOSSC is commissioning, and the aggregated analysis of the survey outcome will be shared at an international webinar scheduled for later in 2021.

The survey is anonymous and is available in English, French, Portuguese and Spanish. It should take each respondent approximately 15 minutes to answer the questionnaire, which is structured around five sections. The survey is open until 15 March 2021.