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UNICEF Thailand 2017-2021 Strategic positioning and partnership evaluation explained

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UNICEF Thailand
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UNICEF Thailand YouTube
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Publication Year:
2021
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Thailand CO has hired Includovate Pty Ltd to conduct a targeted, iterative and participatory evaluation of its partnerships to capture key stakeholder perceptions, better understand its comparative advantages, and improve the overall strategic positioning of the CP in the Thai context. Specifically, the evaluation aims to assess and provide recommendations on UNICEF’s partnership strategy in order to draw lessons learned on strategic positioning based on an analysis of existing and potential partnerships within the public sector and private sector to understand the evolution in the level and quality of engagement of key stakeholders.

UNICEF continues to reflect on its current practices, adapt and improve where needed. This is to ensure that we can continue to protect the rights of all children in Thailand and around the world, especially the most vulnerable and marginalized.

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The video summarizes the evaluation recommendations on UNICEF’s partnership strategy in order to draw lessons learned on strategic positioning based on an analysis of existing and potential partnerships within the public sector and private sector to understand the evolution in the level and quality of engagement of key stakeholders.

 

 

Watch the animated video also in Thai of the Thailand CO Country Program Evaluation. 

 

Access here the evaluation that aims to assess and provide recommendations on UNICEF’s partnership strategy to draw lessons learned on strategic positioning based on an analysis of existing and potential partnerships within the public sector and private sector to understand the evolution in the level and quality of engagement by key partners and stakeholders. 

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