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The evaluation concluded that the European Union’s engagement with Lesotho was appropriate to the geopolitical, post apartheid, context of the mid 1990s when relations between Lesotho and South Africa were difficult: the EU followed Lesotho’s ‘isolationist’ stand and adopted a purely country-based development cooperation approach. More recently, the changed context provides a unique opportunity to set a new direction for EU engagement.
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Most EU interventions were in line with national priorities and rural population needs, as well as supporting Timor-Leste’s regional and international relationships in recognition of the priority attached by the Government to these goals. But although the focal sectors maintained their relevance to the goals of poverty reduction and state-building, the effectiveness of the EU cooperation was seriously constrained by several factors.
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Evaluation of the EU Support to Environment and Climate Change in Third Countries (2007-2013) - Main report
The support has been relevant at country, regional and global levels, and has paved the way for increased prioritization of environment and climate change in current programming. The combination of thematic and geographic instruments has been reasonably effective in reaching the overarching policy goals. Mainstreaming has been more effective than in earlier periods, but there is still much improvement that can be made.
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This evaluation assesses the EU’s past and current cooperation with Bolivia and its implementation over 2007-2013. The evaluation concluded that in spite of early delays, the high levels of execution of the resources assigned to the country programme are a good sign of efficiency although the outcomes in the different axes varied. In general, goals were reached within programmed costs.
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The evaluation covers co-operation strategies and implementation of Commission of the European Union’s (EC) co-operation with the Dominican Republic. Report annexes
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This evaluation covers co-operation strategies and implementation of Commission of the European Union’s (EC) co-operation with the Dominican Republic. The main objectives of the evaluation were provision of an independent assessment to EC and to the wider public of EC’s past and current co-operation relations with the Dominican Republic and to identify key lessons in order to improve the current and future EC strategies and programmes.
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This report presents a synthesis of the seven evaluations of General and Sector Budget Support, undertaken in Tunisia, Mali, Zambia, Tanzania, South Africa, Mozambique and Morocco over 2010 - 2014.
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The objectives of the evaluation defined in the Terms of Reference are: to be accountable and to provide the relevant external co-operation services of the European Union and the wider public with an overall independent assessment of the European Union's relations with Kenya; to identify key lessons and recommendations in order to improve the European Union's strategies, programmes and actions. Annexes
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The objectives of the evaluation defined in the Terms of Reference are: to be accountable and to provide the relevant external co-operation services of the European Union and the wider public with an overall independent assessment of the European Union's relations with Kenya; to identify key lessons and recommendations in order to improve the European Union's strategies, programmes and actions.
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Evaluation of the European Union's Cooperation with the occupied Palestinian territory and support to the Palestinian people - Vol 2
The evaluation findings suggest that there have been important accomplishments. The European Union can legitimately claim to be the most reliable partner of the Palestinian Authority, and the largest contributor to Palestinian welfare. Yet little was done to remove the most significant obstacles to sustainable co-operation outcomes and achievement of a viable, democratic and contiguous Two-State solution.