|ENPI East regional|
|Overall project value (EUR)|
|€ 300 000|
|Origin of funding|
|Proportion carried out by legal entity|
|LML, Linpico (FWC COM 2015)|
|Number of staff provided|
Detailed description of project Back
The purpose of this evaluation is to provide an assessment and evidence on the scope and performance of the implemented and on-going EU support for Security Sector Reform (SSR) in countries covered by the IPA and ENPI/ENI instruments. It aims at providing recommendations for the improvement of the programming and implementation of EU support to Security Sector Reform in line with the principles laid down in the communication JOINT (2016) 31 final “Elements for an EU-wide strategic framework to support security sector reform” and the Global Strategy for the European Union’s Foreign and Security Policy.
The specific objectives of this evaluation are to:
The evaluation will assess to what extent the EU support to SSR leads to the development of security systems that respect internationally accepted human rights, the rule of law and democratic principles; apply the good governance principles of transparency and openness, participation and inclusivity, and accountability; and fight corruption.
Type of services provided
The evaluation methodology is based on DG NEAR’s guidelines, the European Commission’s Better Regulation guidelines, the concept of the theory-based impact evaluations on EVALSED and, if appropriate, on other methods to measure the impact and the effects of projects.
The basic approach to the assignment consists of four main phases, each one ending with the approval of a specific deliverable in the form of a report:
The evaluation team consist of a total of 7 experts. PROMAN provides the services of the Border Management Expert.
Main staff provided: