• 19-February-2014

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    Lessons from Australian Aid - 2013 report on independent evaluation and quality assurance

    Lessons from Australian aid is the first annual report produced by the Office of Development Effectiveness and overseen by the Independent Evaluation Committee. It provides an independent perspective on the strengths and weaknesses of the Australian aid program.

  • 19-February-2014

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    AusAID Annual Report 2012–13

    The Australian Agency for International Development Annual Report 2012–13 reports on the agency’s performance against the outcomes and programs framework, as outlined in the Foreign Affairs and Trade Portfolio Budget Statements 2012–13—Australian Agency for International Development: agency resources and planned performance.

  • 31-May-2013

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    Evaluation of Samoa Health Sector Management Programme (Health SWAp)

    The purpose of the Review of the Health SWAp is to assess the effectiveness of the program in supporting the implementation of the Health Sector Plan 2008-2018; the extent to which it has delivered value for money; whether the program design was appropriate to the political, policy and fiscal context; and whether it has laid a foundation for future donor engagement.

  • 18-January-2013

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    Building on Local Strengths: Evaluation of Australian law and justice assistance

    The evaluation recommended that Australian law and justice assistance programmes adopts more modest and specific goals, based on analysis of what is achievable in the country’s political, economic, social and geographical context

  • 15-August-2012

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    Responding to Crisis: Evaluation of the Australian aid program’s contribution to the national HIV response in Papua New Guinea, 2006–2010

    The Australian aid program has played a prominent role in responding to HIV in Papua New Guinea since 1995. The Office of Development Effectiveness conducted a major independent evaluation into AusAID’s contribution to the response.

  • 23-April-2012

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    From Seed to Scale-up: Lessons Learned from Australia's Rural Development Assistance

    This review of Australia’s rural development assistance found that the lives of large numbers of poor rural people had been improved as a result of Australian interventions. Australian aid has helped poor rural women and men access more value from new markets for example.

  • 15-March-2012

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    Working Beyond Government: Evaluation of AusAID’s engagement with civil society in developing countries

    The evaluation recommends that Australia build on current strategic approaches for engaging with civil society, work with local systems and partners, and apply good practice in the design of individual programs.

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  • 14-March-2012

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    Australian aid to the Philippines: Mid-term evaluation of the Australia–Philippines Development Assistance Strategy

    The evaluation found that the Australian aid program to the Philippines had achieved a range of results. AusAID’s contribution was particularly notable in basic education while achievements under the economic growth pillar were found to be modest.

  • 17-June-2011

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    Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative in Indonesia - Management Response to the Independent Evaluation

    Many of the recommendations in the report were taken into account in the design process for Phase 2, including what activities should be supported. The new design has clear objectives and rationale and emphasises strong engagement with the Government of Indonesia.

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  • 28-December-2010

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    Indonesia Partnership for Maternal & Neonatal Health

    The Program provides technical assistance and additional funds to provincial and district level governments with the aim of them effectively managing a range of resources to progressively meet Millennium Development Goal targets for maternal and child health.

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