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The overarching evaluation question examined was: to what extent did the Irish Aid country strategy contribute to the reduction of poverty and inequality in line with the Government of South Africa’s policies and targets?
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Ireland is a long-standing partner to Lesotho. It is the only European mission of five bilateral missions that remain in Lesotho and as such the relationship is said to be highly valued by the Government of Lesotho. Moving the relationship between Ireland and Lesotho to a more strategic level requires clear identification of areas where strategic co-operation is possible.
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This is an evaluation of the strategy, functioning and structure of the Irish Joint Consortium on Gender Based Violence in August 2011, which is intended to inform the future direction of the Consortium from 2013.
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This report presents the findings and conclusions of an independent evaluation of the Irish Aid Zambia Country Strategy 2007-2010. Evidence from this evaluation indicates that Irish Aid has made a range of contributions to the reduction of poverty and inequality in Zambia.
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This is the annual report of Irish Aid, providing a comprehensive account of the work undertaken by the agency in 2011.
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The Department of Finance, in cooperation with Irish Aid, produces an Annual Report detailing and evaluating Ireland’s participation in the World Bank and IMF.
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Based on a set of findings and conclusions covering development results, organisational strengthening and southern partner capacity, the report concludes that the MAPS II funded programmes have made positive contributions to reducing poverty and vulnerability.
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The evidence from this evaluation indicates that Irish Aid has made a range of contributions to the reduction of poverty and inequality in Zambia. It was also closely aligned with Government of Zambia plans and strategies and Irish Aid corporate priorities.
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Overall the evaluation judges that the Irish Aid programme in Mozambique was generally relevant and well aligned with Mozambique's needs and priorities. It was efficient both in design and in implementation, and it has made effective contributions to Mozambique's overall progress.
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There are similarities between the two programmes with both channelling about 80% of their country programme through government systems, notably through their commitment to budget support, and both having a strategic focus on poverty reduction.