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The report evaluated the Korean emergency response system and outcomes mainly in terms of the lessons learned from the Haiti earthquake response by dividing analysis into 3 categories systems, preparedness and response.
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The project was funded by the EDCF in August 1996 and was expected to contribute to Sri Lanka’s social and economic development by strengthening its infrastructure. In addition, it was believed to improve the economic cooperation and mutual prosperity of both Sri Lanka and Korea. Thus, funding the project was considered relevant and appropriate in terms of the EDCF’s purposes and loan policy.
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This report looks back at the evaluation results of KOICA development programs for 2011.
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The project was deemed a success as a result of assessment according to five evaluation criteria: relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, impact and sustainability. It was ‘highly relevant’ to Bangladesh’s national development strategies, ICT sector development strategy and EDCF’s assistance strategy. The degree of efficiency was measured against project duration, costs, coverage and management of the project and it was rated efficient.
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The evaluation found that the organisation of an advisory group that could monitor the overall project was necessary, from the project planning to the execution stage.
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This evaluation study is intended to provide ex-post assessment of three water supply projects which were implemented by KOICA in Kenya from 2007-2010 and aims at analysing actual project outcomes and effects.
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The education and training of ICT were adopted and implemented as a political means to enhance the administrative efficiency in Iraq, and as a direct and indirect political means for economic development in Guatemala.
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The project intended to help refugees from the Guatemalan civil war that lasted 36 years. The evaluation team visited four villages where the project was performed and carried out surveys with every family in those four villages.
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The evaluation looked at the impact and ripple effects of the project in time, focusing on medium and long-term effects.
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The two projects evaluated were found to be relevant to the ODA policies of both KOICA and MOFAFF, as the projects were aimed at supporting the Cambodian government in poverty alleviation and rural development.