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The purpose of the present evaluation study is to discuss the empirical studies that attempt to estimate the impact of foreign aid on economic growth.
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This thematic evaluation of the support of Danish NGOs to civil society in developing countries has been commissioned by Danida’s Evaluation Department.
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The overall objective of the evaluation is to contribute to the design of effective secondary education reform measures and intervention strategies.
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The purpose of this study is to provide an overview of evaluation findings, studies and research on performance, lessons learned and evidence for effective development cooperation.
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The objective of the Evaluation was to analyze and document the results and lessons learned from the operations of the LDCF in financing and promoting climate change adaptation in the least developed countries.
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Microcredit is regarded as a key development tool for reaching poor and vulnerable which has received considerable international recognizition and seen a significant growth in funding and outreach.
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The evaluation covers Danish support to the financial sector in Tanzania from 2003 to 2008. The overall objectives of the evaluation are to assess the outcomes achieved from the Danish support to financial services in Tanzania during that period.
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The DAC Peer Review of Denmark (from 2007) invited Denmark to evaluate its decentralised aid management.
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Since 1999 the Evaluation Department (EVAL) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) of Denmark has commissioned and taken the lead on a number of evaluations jointly with country partner institutions in countries such as Benin, Bhutan, Ghana, Mozambique, Nepal, Tanzania, and Uganda.
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The primary objective of this Evaluation Study is to synthesise the available evidence on what works (or does not work) and why in nutrition programming to address the underlying and basic causes of undernutrition in high burden countries