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In reviewing the three major sectors of support, namely rural development, health, and education, our assessment is that impacts have been scattered and for the most part not sustainable. Lao PDR is a difficult country in which to carry out traditional large, Government agency implemented projec
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Ce rapport présente les résultats de l’évaluation de la stratégie de coopération de la Commission européenne au Tchad entre 1996 et 2007.
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This evaluation, covering the period 2000 -2006, assesses the EC aid channelled through civil society organisations (CSOs).
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This evaluation assesses the Commission’s cooperation with the countries in the region of Eastern and Southern Africa and the Indian Ocean during the period 1996-2007.
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This evaluation commissioned by the European Commission aims at providing an overall independent assessment of its aid delivery through Development Banks and the EIB during the period 1999-2006.
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This synthesis of the geographical evaluations managed by the Joint Evaluation Unit (JEU) during the period 1998-2006 was commissioned in January 2007.
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Contemporary peace mediation is a crowded and increasingly competitive field currently lacking established accountability mechanisms. The present paper proposes a general framework for evaluating international mediation activities. Its main purpose is to provide a tool for observers, donors and desk officers to achieve better quality control of mediation processes.
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Cette évaluation correspond à la politique interne de la Commission Européenne selon laquelle toutes les stratégies pays/région doivent être évaluées régulièrement.
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This evaluation assesses the Commission’s cooperation strategy for Moldova and its implementation over the period 2000-2006 as well as the relevance, coherence and impacts of its cooperation strategy.
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The development landscape in Mozambique is congested with many donors, funding agencies and other development practitioners, but EC has made significant efforts to maximise coordination among donors, although in these circumstances complementarity can be difficult to achieve.