Section 4: Logic of Intervention

4.1 Principal objective

4.2.3 Indicators: Achieved value: At the final report stage, the UN Agency will provide the achieved value for each indicator.

4.2 Report on Specific objective: The UN Agency will report on the level of achievement of the Specific objective and how this achievement was verified and/or measured by the indicators. When the foreseen indicators are no longer verifiable, the UN Agency will explain how the achievement of the Specific objective could be measured.

4.3 Results

Estimated total amount:
At the final report, the UN Agency will provide an estimation of the amount spent to achieve the result.

4.3.1.1 Actual number of direct beneficiaries reached
In the final report, the UN Agency will provide the number of the Action’s actual beneficiaries.

4.3.6 Report on beneficiaries:
The UN Agency will report on the details of beneficiaries for each result.

Transfer modalities Remember also to provide at FR level relevant information on post distribution monitoring (PDM).

Indicators: Achieved value: In the final report, the UN Agency will update the value and provide the value actually achieved.

Indicators: Source of verification:
In the final report, the UN Agency will update the SoV or comments on the SoV

Report on indicators:
In this section, the UN Agency will provide a comprehensive report on the level of achievement of the result and how this achievement was verified and/or measured by the indicators. When the indicators are no longer verifiable and measurable, explain how the achievement of the result can be measured.

Final report on the activity

Conclusion on the result:
The UN Agency will present its conclusions on the achievement of the result and the main challenges encountered.

4.9 Report on preconditions, assumptions and risks

In the final report, the UN Agency will explain whether the preconditions were met, whether any risks materialised and how it reacted to secure the success of the Action.