• 12-August-2014

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    Evaluation of Taxation Reform in the Pacific

    This evaluation was commissioned by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. The evaluation found that donor support for tax reform in the Pacific has been consistent with good international practice. There was also effective local ownership of reforms with a strong policy dialogue between partners. However, tax reforms in the Pacific remain fragile.

  • 31-May-2013

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    Evaluation of Samoa Health Sector Management Programme (Health SWAp)

    The purpose of the Review of the Health SWAp is to assess the effectiveness of the program in supporting the implementation of the Health Sector Plan 2008-2018; the extent to which it has delivered value for money; whether the program design was appropriate to the political, policy and fiscal context; and whether it has laid a foundation for future donor engagement.

  • 28-December-2010

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    Evaluation of the Paris Declaration - Phase 2 - Samoa

    The implementation of the Paris Declaration in Samoa has been relatively low key it has been an integrative process as Samoa achieves maturity in handling its development cooperation relationships in the implementation of the Strategy for Development of Samoa.

  • 31-March-2008

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    Partnering and Harmonization: Review of ADB Partnering and Harmonization Strategies and Activities in Selected Countries

    A Case Study from the 2007 Special Evaluation Study on the Asian Development Bank's Approaches to Parnering and Harmonization: In the Context of the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness

  • 1-September-2004

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    Capacity Building in Public Finance: An evaluation of activities in the South Pacific

    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