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The purpose of the review is to provide an independent and evidence-based assessment of the humanitarian and development effectiveness of WFP operations (hereafter referred to as "programs") for use by external stakeholders, primarily bilateral development agencies.
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The purpose of the review is to provide an independent and evidence-based assessment of the development effectiveness of UNDP programs for use by external stakeholders, primarily bilateral development agencies.
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The study found that the use of improved water sources has increased substantially but this does not guarantee the safety of the drinking water nor the necessary water consumption.
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The panel finds that, generally, evaluations conducted are balanced, producing reports of good quality and that the evaluations carried out have been found to be useful. There presently, however, no Evaluation Policy in place and no clear definition of roles for evaluation planning.
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The purpose of this Professional Peer Review is to provide an independent assessment of the functioning and quality of the UNEP evaluation function. The peer review serves to enhance knowledge about, confidence in and use of evaluations by governing bodies of UNEP.
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Comme instrument de lutte contre la pauvreté, le programme n’a pas été efficace dans le cas de la RDC. D’abord, les montants des dépenses financés par l’allègement sont relativement réduits et peuvent donc n’avoir que des effets limités.
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The renewed interest in food security has translated to an urgent need to understand what interventions are most effective in supporting food security.
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The main research question of this review is: ‘what is the evidence for, and nature of, the impact of development interventions on food security in developing countries?’
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The current impact evaluation found evidence of a large increase in the use of improved water sources and in the ownership and use of latrines. Much of the increase can be attributed to an innovative approach to sanitation.
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The report concludes that Benin is on its way to achieving its targets on improved water sources, but safe drinking water is still not secured. Furthermore, water facilities are not always being constructed where they are needed most.