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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
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The purpose of the present Evaluation Study is to discuss the methodological problems researchers are facing in gauging the impact of aid on economic growth.
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This report presents the findings, conclusions and recommendations of the evaluation of Danish regional support to peace and security, regional integration and democratisation in Southern Africa, covering the period 2003-07.
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The objective of the Evaluation was to assess the impact of Danida-funded Aquaculture Interventions on the socio-economic position and physical well being of people within the intervention areas in Mymensingh, Noakhali and Patuakhali.
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This evaluation study focuses on the performance of Danida's Public Private Partnership Programme covering the first four-year period of its existence from May 2004 to June 2008.
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This Evaluation Study synthesizes knowledge about how and when specific projects and/or policy interventions work to increase gender equality and to foster economic development through increased empowerment of women.
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This evaluation covers all Danish bilateral development cooperation with Benin since 1990.
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This evaluation covers all Danish bilateral development cooperation with Ghana since 1990.
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This report is an early evaluation and focuses on ways of improving and enhancing implementation, rather than giving any definite judgement about effectiveness.