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UNHCR Country Strategy Evaluation: Zambia

Zambia hosts the longest-standing refugee settlement in Africa, at Mayukwayukwa. It was established in 1966 and UNHCR has been actively engaged in the country since that time. As part of its 2020 workplan, UNHCR's Evaluation Service commissioned an independent evaluation team to conduct a Zambia country strategy evaluation for the period 2015 to 2020. The purpose of this forward-looking evaluation is to generate evidence to inform UNHCR's future operational planning and strategy in Zambia. The evaluation also aims to provide inputs into UNHCR Zambia's multi-year planning strategy beyond 2022.