This meta-evaluation assessed the intervention logic, coherence, added value, effectiveness and efficiency of the various EU policy measures that relate to animal health, including intra-EU trade, imports from third countries, eradication programs and control measures for exotic diseases, animal identification and traceability. It also touched on environmental objectives and the extent to which these are currently taken into account in the formulation of policy on animal health.
The second part of the evaluation has a forward-looking objective that seeks to determine future policy in this area, to feed into the Commission’s strategic thinking on animal health for 2007-13.
Partners: Agra CEAS, Civic consulting and Van Dijk Management Consultants via the FCEC.
See final report