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Overview of the DAC Evaluation Network's current work on multilateral effectiveness, including development effectiveness reviews and UNEG-DAC peer reviews of evaluation systems.
This publication presents comprehensive statistics on aid flows in support of HIV/AIDS control covering the years 2000-2006 (estimates are provided for 2007).
An introduction to the POVNET Promoting Pro-Poor Growth Workshop in Ghana, 17 June 2008, from which a pdf file of the full report can be downloaded.
Aid for Trade at a Glance 2007: The OECD Creditor Reporting System (CRS) database is used to track ODA flows from Development Assistance Committee (DAC) member countries.
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The present paper sets out to formulate the fundamental rules governing the evaluation of Austrian ODA.
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If evaluation is effectively to be integrated in the programme or project cycle, it is necessary for the Evaluation and Control Unit to cooperate with the country and sector desks and the decentralised on-site structures.
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Norad is responsible for the planning and implementation of evaluation of activities financed over the Norwegian development co-operation budget and for communicating the results to the decision-makers and public in general.
The 2007 peer review shows Finland to be a committed development co-operation actor that works closely with the EU, the Nordic and other like-minded countries and generally adheres to international best practice. Finland has clearly defined priorities confirmed in the new development policy with an increased focus on environment and climate change, crisis prevention and support for peace processes. It is also a keen proponent of
In his presentation of the OECD/WTO report "Aid for Trade at a Glance", Mr. Gurría noted that effective and systematic monitoring of aid flows will strengthen mutual accountability and will provide incentives to improve the impact of donors' assistance.