• 4-November-2014

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    Access to Energy in Rwanda: Impact evaluation of activities supported by the Dutch Promoting Renewable Energy Programme

    The Promoting Renewable Energy Programme was launched to promote access to of renewable energy in developing countries and to mitigate the negative effects of the use of energy on the climate. This report focuses on a project aimed at strengthening the energy authority in Rwanda. The renewable energy interventions were relevant to the objectives of both the Government of Rwanda and the Promoting Renewable Energy Programme.

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  • 3-November-2014

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    Access to energy in Rwanda - Newsletter

    Rwanda’s economic recovery goes hand-in-hand with a strong growth in demand for energy. The Government of Rwanda is determined to develop the energy sector at a high pace, with emphasis on the electrification of the country. In 2008, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs launched the Promoting Renewable Energy Programme (PREP). Rwanda was among the countries most supported by PREP resources.

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  • 31-October-2014

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    Riding the wave of sustainable commodity sourcing : Review of the Sustainable Trade Initiative IDH 2008-2013

    The Sustainable Trade Initiative focuses on internationally traded commodities like cotton, coffee, tea, cocoa and timber. This review looks at where the initiative stands after six years of support from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

  • 25-September-2014

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    Evaluation conjointe de la coopération de l’Allemagne, de la Belgique, de la Commission européenne, de la France, des Pays-Bas, du Royaume-Uni et de la Suède avec le Burundi - Vol 3

    L’Allemagne, la Belgique, la Commission Européenne, la France, les Pays-Bas, le Royaume-Uni et la Suède se sont associés pour mener une évaluation conjointe de leur coopération avec le Burundi sur la période 2005-2011. L’évaluation conjointe analyse les résultats d'efforts conjugués ainsi que leur impact commun sur le développement du pays. Annexes 1-10

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  • 25-September-2014

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    Evaluation conjointe de la coopération de l’Allemagne, de la Belgique, de la Commission européenne, de la France, des Pays-Bas, du Royaume-Uni et de la Suède avec le Burundi - Vol 2

    L’Allemagne, la Belgique, la Commission Européenne, la France, les Pays-Bas, le Royaume-Uni et la Suède se sont associés pour mener une évaluation conjointe de leur coopération avec le Burundi sur la période 2005-2011. L’évaluation conjointe analyse les résultats d'efforts conjugués ainsi que leur impact commun sur le développement du pays. Annexes 1-10

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  • 25-September-2014

    French, PDF, 2,871kb

    Evaluation conjointe de la coopération de l’Allemagne, de la Belgique, de la Commission européenne, de la France, des Pays-Bas, du Royaume-Uni et de la Suède avec le Burundi - Vol 1

    L’Allemagne, la Belgique, la Commission Européenne, la France, les Pays-Bas, le Royaume-Uni et la Suède se sont associés pour mener une évaluation conjointe de leur coopération avec le Burundi sur la période 2005-2011. L’évaluation conjointe analyse les résultats d'efforts conjugués ainsi que leur impact commun sur le développement du pays.

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  • 4-August-2014

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    Autonomy, partnership and beyond : A counterfactual analysis of policy coherence for Ghana (Newsletter)

    The realisation that non-aid policies might conflict with aid policies has led to a call for better coordination across different policy fields, referred to as Policy Coherence for Development (PCD). This IOB study outlines the results of a pilot for analysing the options for coherence of Dutch and EU policies for development objectives in Ghana. The study uses scenarios to estimate the potential effects of Dutch and EU policies.

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  • 4-August-2014

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    Autonomy, partnership and beyond : A counterfactual analysis of policy coherence for Ghana

    The realisation that non-aid policies might conflict with aid policies has led to a call for better coordination across different policy fields, referred to as Policy Coherence for Development (PCD). This IOB study outlines the results of a pilot for analysing the options for coherence of Dutch and EU policies for development objectives in Ghana. The study uses scenarios to estimate the potential effects of Dutch and EU policies.

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  • 4-August-2014

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    In search of focus and effectiveness : Policy review of Dutch support for private sector development 2005-2012

    Private sector development became an increasingly central focus of Dutch development policy from 2010 onwards. The international literature about bottlenecks in private sector development states the importance of a stimulating investment climate for the private sector. But what is known about the results of the Dutch policy? This policy review is looking into the results of the Dutch development policy on private sector development.

  • 4-August-2014

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    Good things come to those who make them happen : Return on aid for Dutch exports

    Since 2000, the share of developing and emerging countries in Dutch exports has increased from less than 5% in 2000 to almost 11% in 2012. This study shows that aid has contributed to the growth. Each euro of Dutch bilateral aid produces a EUR 0.70–0.90 return in terms of increased exports, leading to a value added for the Dutch economy of about EUR 0.40–0.55 for each euro spent.

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