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PWYP Secretariat progress against the 2016-2019 Business Plan

In June 2019 the PWYP Secretariat commissioned independent consultant Brendan O’Donnell to conduct an evaluation of its work in line with its 2016 – 2018 Business Plan. This was to assess Secretariat progress made against the plan and inform the development of the next Secretariat plan. The evaluation was informed by desk research and 26 semi-structured interviews with PWYP members, Global Council and Board members, PWYP partners, donors as well as current and former Secretariat staff members.

Overall, the evaluation found that the PWYP Secretariat made good progress against the 2016 – 2018 Business Plan and responded effectively to crises during the period. The Secretariat played a decisive role in strengthening, defending and expanding the network, improving its organisational capacity and strengthening governance. Find out more by downloading the evaluation on this page.

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