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In accordance with the Department of State’s program and project design, monitoring, and evaluation policy, and its guidance on dissemination of evaluation results, the Office of Foreign Assistance will publish full evaluations of unclassified foreign assistance evaluations on a rolling basis beginning in calendar year 2015. Bureaus and independent offices may publish evaluation summaries when appropriate and/or in addition to their full evaluation.

Content can be searched by keyword. See a complete list of all evaluations posted below. Please send queries about these postings or request accessible versions by emailing

The President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), which is housed in the Office of the Secretary of State, employs an inter-agency model to implement work across the world with many different partners. Projects, programs and activities are administered, monitored, and evaluated regularly by the responsible partner agency and in compliance with specific agency requirements. PEPFAR reports on its evaluation results annually to Congress and posts evaluations and links to them at . For questions or information, email

For foreign assistance evaluations conducted by the U.S. Agency for International Development, see the Development Experience Clearinghouse (DEC) .

For information on the U.S. Government Evaluation Forum  hosted by Department of State on December 2, 2015, visit the U.S. Agency for International Development’s Learning Lab.

Links to MOPAN evaluations for fiscal years 2016 and after are found on the MOPAN  web site. Earlier reports are found below.

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