Final Evaluation of the Pan-African Programme for the Control of Epizootics (PACE).
Item Usage Stats
This Final Evaluation provides an external evaluation of the PACE programme process, achievements and impacts measured against the Programme's Logical Framework. From July 2nd to July 26th 2006, the Final Evaluation Mission undertook in-depth evaluations, including field visits, in 9 PACE countries including Guinea, Senegal, Mauritania, Burkina Faso, Mali, Cameroon, Rwanda, Uganda and Tanzania. The Final Evaluation Mission had also working sessions with PACE Kenya and the Somali Ecosystem Rinderpest Eradication Co-ordination Unit (SERECU). During the 6th Annual Co-ordination Meeting for all National PACE countries in Mombassa from June 27th to 30th 2006, the Mission had discussions with the PACE National Co-ordinators from Burundi, Sudan, Nigeria, Ghana, Guinea Bissau, Eritrea and Ethiopia. The PACE programme is a major development programme in the field of animal health covering 30 African countries. It was originally planned to cover 32 countries but, because of their economic and political situation, Sierra Leone and Liberia did not continue in the programme. The structure of the PACE Programme includes national operations planned and implemented in each country and regionally co-ordinated under the auspices of the Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources of the African Union (AU-IBAR). The PACE Programme includes a Programme Co-ordination Unit (PCU) in Nairobi and a Regional Coordination Unit in Bamako for West and Central Africa. The PACE Programme is funded by the European Union (EU). The PACE Financing Agreement (FA) was signed on 5th July 1999 by the European Commission and on 30 August 1999 by the AU-IBAR respectively. The total EC contribution is EUR 77 million: 72 million for the PACE Programme from November 1999 to October 2004 and EUR 5 million to top-up the overall budget for the PACE Programme extension from November 2004 to February 2007. The Fund Commitment of EUR 72 million was from 7th and 8th European Development Fund (EDF) resources and the Fund Commitment of EUR 5 million is from 9th EDF resources. A total budget of EUR 51,680,000 was allocated to the National component (30 countries) and a total budget of EUR 25,320,000 to the Regional Component (PCU, Regional Co-ordination Unit Service Contracts, Audits/Consultancies and Research). The situation relating to commitments, expenditure and balances for the National and Regional Components is provided in Section 4.2.
- PACE Documents & Reports