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The Adaptation Learning Programme in Africa (ALP) seeks to increase the capacity of vulnerable households in sub-Saharan Africa to adapt to climate variability and change with a particular focus on gender equality and diversity. The programme covers Ghana, Niger, Kenya and Mozambique aiming to pioneer, deepen practical understanding of and document Community-Based Adaptation (CBA) over five years.
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The report aimed specifically at feeding the political and strategic dialogue between Niger and Luxembourg in preparation of the discussions to come for the meeting of the Partnership Commission that will be held on November, 2012.
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Joint Evaluation of the Cooperation of the European Commission, Belgium, Denmark, France and Luxembourg with Niger between 2000-2008
(original in French) Together, the five Donors taking part in the evaluation (DPE) accounted for more than half the Official Development Assistance delivered to Niger over the period.
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Evaluation Conjointe de La cooperation de la Commission Europeenne, De La Belgique, Du Danemark, De La France et Du Luxembourg avec le Niger 2000-2008
En 2007, cinq bailleurs de fonds (Commission Européenne, Belgique, Danemark, France, Luxembourg) se sont réunis pour évaluer leur coopération avec le Niger sur la période 2000-2008.
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Evaluation of the Technical Assistance Provided by the International Monetary Fund: Volume I — Main Report
The purpose of this evaluation is to examine technical assistance (TA) provided by the IMF to its member countries and to derive operational recommendations that can enhance the contribution of TA to the overall IMF mandate. The stated objectives of IMF TA were defined in the most recent policy statement on the subject. “In accord with the IMF's first Article of Agreement, the objective of the IMF's TA program is to contribute to the
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SDC overall programme in Niger, in particular during the period 1997 - 2002, is being assessed from the point of view of its relevance, coherence, replicability and sustainability of outcomes, efficiency. The main question is "to what extent is SDC doing the right thing with respect to priorities, partners, approaches, instruments? Results and recommendations may be used while planning the upcoming country strategy. Independent