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Paper for the 24-25 April 2014 meeting of the DAC WP-Stat: MODERNISING THE REPORTING ON ODA LOANS - RISK-ADJUSTED GRANT EQUIVALENTS AND OTHER APPROACHES
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Guidance for Managing Joint Evaluations
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Report of the workshop on “Evaluating support to private sector development” co-sponsored by the Independent Evaluation Group of the World Bank held on Tuesday 18 June 2013.
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Evaluating Support to Private Sector Development - Workshop agenda- June 2013
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Peer Reviews of Evaluation Functions and Development Effectiveness Reviews of Multilateral Organisations: Current efforts within the OECD DAC Evaluation Network
This publication identifies the main areas of weakness and potential areas for action to combat money-laundering, tax evasion, foreign bribery, and to identify, freeze and return stolen assets. It also looks at the role of development agencies and finds that the potential returns to developing countries from using ODA on issues like combating tax evasion or asset recovery are significant. Finally, it identifies some opportunities for a scaled-up role for development agencies.
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In this issue of our newsletter, discover the new release edited by EvalNet members: “Evaluation Methodologies for Aid in Conflict”. Also in this issue, read about support to response to HIV/AIDS in Uganda; a review of embedding evaluation in DFID; a tool kit on gender equality; and evaluation of Norway’s aid programme.
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2013 - An exceptional year for the DAC
More on the Network's current work on sharing evaluation plans and facilitating joint evaluations
Development aid rose by 6.1% in real terms in 2013 to reach the highest level ever recorded, despite continued pressure on budgets in OECD countries since the global economic crisis. Donors provided a total of USD 134.8 billion in net official development assistance (ODA), marking a rebound after two years of falling volumes, as a number of governments stepped up their spending on foreign aid.