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The program focused 95 percent of its funding to support development in two areas reflecting the shared goals of Canada and Ukraine: sustainable economic growth and democratic development. By 2009, CIDA had invested more than $99 million in programs to benefit Ukraine's 45 million people, making Canada Ukraine's fourth- largest provider of official development assistance since 2004.
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The purpose of this evaluation was to assess the performance and results achieved through CIDA's three delivery channels (geographic, partnerships with Canadians and multilateral and global programs) in Peru between 2005 and 2010.
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Program-based apparoaches have gradually been adopted and grew continually in the education sector. This has altered relations with Senegalese institutions, nd significantly changed the architecture of the delivery of Canadian assistance to Senegal.
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This summative evaluation of the Malawi Program had three main objectives, a summative review of the Malawi Program investments, an assessment of the performance of the various delivery mechanisms and a forward looking analysis of findings and lessons to inform future programming.
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The Country Program Evaluation (CPE) assessed the overall performance and results of CIDA''s interventions in Mozambique from 2004-2005 to 2008-2009, a five-year period corresponding to CIDA's latest Country Development Programming Framework (CDPF) for Mozambique.
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The Ethiopia Country Program Evaluation (CPE) assessed the overall performance and results of CIDA's interventions in Ethiopia from 2003-04 to 2008-09, a five-year period corresponding to the implementation of the Agency's County Development Program Framework (CDPF) for Ethiopia.
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This evaluation covered Canadian investments of $215 million over the 1999 to 2006 period. The evaluation found that CIDA's Program in Ghana made positive development contributions during the period under review.
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Afghanistan is one of the world’s poorest nations. Most Afghans lack the basic services and necessities. Years of war and destruction left much of the country’s infrastructure in shambles.