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The report looks at the UK’s support for health and education in Bihar State and concludes that it has made a positive contribution to improvements in these areas.
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This report is a summary of the “Country Assistance Evaluation of India” undertaken by the External Advisory Meeting On ODA Evaluation at the request of the International Cooperation Bureau of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) of Japan.
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“Thales/MAEE” is a scholarships programme co-financed within the framework of a parternship between Thales, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Europeans, and some higher educational organizations. Evaluation officers dresses a positif report of this programme, entirely relevant and coherent with the policy of attractiveness and training of foreign elites, initiated by the Ministry of Forein Affairs and Europeans in the BRIC countries.
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Evaluation of capacity development within the partnership relations between a Belgian NGO and their partners in the South.
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This ex-post evaluation provides an independent assessment of the effects of two SDC programmes in India, that aimed at the improvement of income opportunities for the poor through viable enterprises.
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This report summarises the document review for the Joint Follow-up Evaluation of the Tsunami Evaluation Coalition – Second Study on Linking Relief Rehabilitation and Development (TEC LRRD 2). It is not an evaluative document but merely an overview of the available documentary sources.
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The goal of the project was to bring about sustainable improvement in the health status and well being of the children under the age of three and women of reproductive age (15-44 years).
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The case studies presented in this report were conducted in preparation of the special evaluation study of the Asian Development Bank's 1995 Policy on Involuntary Resettlement.
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The scope of the evaluation included the overall EC co-operation and partnership with India, and in particular the EC-India Country Strategies from 1991 onwards.
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With gross domestic product (GDP) growth averaging about 3.5% per annum for almost four decades after independence, the slow pace of economic growth was of increasing concern to the Government of India.