The CommonSensing project aims to strengthen the capacities of Fiji, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu in reaching important sustainable development objectives and particularly Goals 9 (Industry, innovation and infrastructure) and 13 (Climate action) under the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Beginning in 2018, the project has been implemented by a consortium of partners specialising in satellite applications, geospatial technologies and remote sensing, and was funded by the United Kingdom Space Agency through its International Partnership Programme.
In June 2021, a provisional endline evaluation report was issued on the basis of the project’s initial end date of March 2021. The present report provides an update on the endline evaluation, with findings taking into account activities implemented during the no-cost extension period from March 2021 until March 2022. The evaluation update applied the same criteria that was used in the provisional endline evaluation: effectiveness, efficiency, likelihood of impact and sustainability of the project. The evaluation also includes an update of project performance at the output, outcome and impact levels under the log frame.
See here for details: https://unitar.org/results-evidence-learning/evaluation/independent-endline-evaluation-commonsensing-project-update