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Les Programmes d’appui à la compétitivité, PAC I (1999-2001) et PAC II (2002-2003), avaient pour objectif global de consolider les bases d’une économie compétitive et de permettre une croissance durable de l’économie tunisienne.
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The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of this assistance to the country’s development, with a view to drawing useful conclusions and making recommendations for the next Country Strategy Paper.
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In this report, the Operations Evaluation Department (OPEV) presents an overview of its activities for 2005. The future challenges in respect of an effective, independent evaluation function are also highlighted.
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Tanzania is making major strides with its economic reforms. The rate of GDP growth has averaged 5.3% over the past five years reaching 6.7 percent in 2004. Despite this progress, poverty remains widespread, deep and persistent.
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Ghana is well endowed with natural resources as evidenced by its rich soils and favourable climate for agriculture which remains the mainstay of the economy. Agriculture accounts for 40% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and employs about over half of the labour force.
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The Guidelines are prepared for self-evaluation and independent evaluation of the OPSD’s LOCs extended to PFIs.
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This evaluation of Bank Group assistance to Morocco covers the period from 1996 to 2004. It covers lending activities as well as non-lending activities such as studies, assistance, policy dialogue, and portfolio review and aid coordination.
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This report was prepared following a FISAP and PDEI performance evaluation mission to Morocco from 11–28 April 2005. It draws on the appraisal and completion reports of these programmes.
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This note provides a summary of the ongoing Ghana Country Assistance Evaluation (CAE).
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The third quarter of the year will start with increased confidence for the substantial completion of OPEV’s ambitious work programme for 2005.