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A synthesis report of recently completed evaluations of the Australian aid program’s efforts to improve the delivery of basic services for the poor.
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This independent progress report (IPR) provides an evaluation of the Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative (CHAI) in Indonesia for AusAID, the Government of Indonesia, the UN family and civil society stakeholders. The evaluation assessed CHAI’s performance and lessons learned.
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The objectives of the program were to strengthen regional cooperation, strengthen regional institutions, strengthen scientific, technnological and environmental cooperation and support integration of new ASEAN members.
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This is the second annual review of the development effectiveness of the Australian aid program.
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This annual program performance update (APPU) for the Vietnam Program summarises performance over the 2006 calendar year.
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In April 2006, the AusAID policy framework identified the Philippines as a country where aid efforts would be expanded. This annual program performance update captures the results of two program assessment exercises by AusAID staff.
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The purpose of the annual thematic performance reports is to describe progress against AusAID’s policy objectives (including regional progress on the Millennium Development Goals), to identify current challenges in aid delivery and to highlight lessons to inform future investments.
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The purpose of the Gender equality annual thematic performance is to record progress against the Australian Government’s commitment to gender equality and to identify cross-regional lessons/issues. It provides a baseline evaluation of progress in the integration of gender equality into programs.
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This AusAID Evaluation had two objectives. Firstly, it was to assess the relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, impact and sustainability of financial management capacity building activities in Samoa, Tonga and Vanuatu. Secondly, it was to identify effective methods to build capacity in the public finance sector in countries of the South Pacific. The Evaluation was to take into account both the recent shift in Australia’s aid policy