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This evaluation of the international support to the peace process in Nepal focuses on the contributions made by Denmark, Switzerland and Finland in the period from 2006 to 2012. The contributions by these focal development partners are viewed in the context of support from other development partner countries, especially where provided through joint funds.
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This report presents the main findings and recommendations of an evaluation of the Media Cooperation Programme (MCP) of the Danish Arab Partnership Programme (DAPP) for the period 2005 to 2012 which was launched in 2003 to support existing local reform processes in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), and establishing a basis for improved dialogue, and cooperation between Denmark and the MENA region.
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The quality of the different studies and evaluations is assessed – against common evaluation standards and in terms of how well they address challenges distinctive for statebuilding support – so as to assess the validity of their findings.
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This evaluation looks at the Open Fun Football Schools, sports-based peacebuilding initiative in post-war Balkans, Caucaus and Levant countries. The study aims to document the extent to which the programme achieved objectives and draw lessons for future programmes.
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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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This is an evaluation of Parliamentarians for Global Action’s Peace & DemocracyProgramme with a special focus on Africa. It has been commissioned by Danida and conducted by COWI A/S.
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A Joint Evaluation by Denmark, Ireland, the Netherlands, Sweden and the United Kingdom
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Assessment of the Impact and Influence of the Joint Evaluation of Emergency Assistance to Rwanda.
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The main objective of the evaluation is to draw lessons from the Rwanda experience relevant for future complex emergencies as well as for current operations in Rwanda and the region, suchas as early warning and conflict management.