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The main purpose of this Evaluation is to analyse achievements and challenges from the use of programmatic approaches in the field of environment in Denmark's partner countries in Africa during the period 1996-2009.
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While it had been envisaged that the operation would lead both to greater engagement in financial sector reform in Egypt, and to a follow-on operation, neither of these transpired.
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The Finnish Government decided in 2001 to phase out the traditional bilateral development cooperation of Finland to Egypt by the end of the year 2007. This decision was reconfirmed in the Government's development policy of 2004.
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Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Programme Supported by the Netherlands in Fayoum Governorate, Arab Republic of Egypt, 1990-2009
In 2008, the Policy and Operations Evaluation Department (IOB) of the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs initiated an impact evaluation of the water supply and sanitation programme supported by the Netherlands in Fayoum Governorate in Egypt, covering the period since 1990.
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The Bank’s assistance program largely met its objectives and contributed significantly to policy and institutional changes, especially in the financial sector, privatization, pension system, and private sector development.
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Egypt is a country of over 74 million people, has a per capita income of $1,250 (GNI, Atlas method) in 2005 and occupies a crucial position in the geopolitics of the Middle East. Less than 5 percent of Egypt’s total 1 million sq. km. land area is settled and cultivated.
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The overall conclusions are that ExpoLink has achieved its major goals of providing valuable services to private sector companies in promoting Egyptian exports in key sectors.
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This evaluation deals with contract-financed technical co-operation (KTS) as a particular aid form in Swedish development co-operation. In Particular the study explores the link between local ownerhip and the various characterstics of KTS projects, such as being demand-driven, limited in time, scope and financial volume, involve a competent local partner and based on a contract between a consultant and a local partner (LPO),