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Overall, the evaluation found that AVID is making an effective and highly-visible contribution to the Australian Government’s development and public diplomacy objectives. Volunteers contribute to developing the capacity of their host organisations, develop people to people links and generate goodwill for domestic and foreign diplomacy.
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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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The Provincial Capacity Building Programme Phase II (PCaB) is a five-year program (2008-12). The goal of PCaB II is to strengthen the ability of provincial governments to manage their finances.This mid-term evaluation assesses whether the program is meeting these objectives.
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The program's overall purpose was to assist the Government of Indonesia to improve the efficiency, transparency and accountability of the national public procurement system.
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The FHSIP Strategic Objective is to provide cost-effective financial and technical support to Fiji Ministry of Health (MOH) Corporate and Divisional business plans. The program has 4 stated components which were modified to suit the MOH priorities.
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The overall goal of SADI was to achieve a sustained increase in rural growth and household incomes through productivity gains, better access to markets, and on and off-farm value-added activities in 4 target provinces of Eastern Indonesia.
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If the momentum is maintained, and sustainability through support to operation and maintenance assured, then Timor-Leste should now meet the MDGs for rural water, which was not the case one year ago.
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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