17-March-2009

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Evaluation of the Dutch efforts to control landmines and explosive remnants of war 1996-2006

The most important purpose of the evaluation is to understand Dutch interventions. It is not a process evaluation in which the execution of the intervention is followed closely in real time, but a retrospective analysis of a policy process.

23-October-2008

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Support to Rural Water Supply and Sanitation in Dhamar and Hodeidah Governates, Republic of Yemen

The purpose of the support to water supply and sanitary facilities goes beyond sustainable access: it is intended to reduce the burden of water collection (typically a task of women and girls); improve health; raise school enrolment and attendance; improve livelihoods and ultimately reduce pover

20-May-2008

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Managing Aid Exit and Transformation - Summary of a Joint Donor Evaluation

This is a report from an evaluation of the management of donor exits from partner countries and related transformations of aid relationships, an important aspect of development cooperation that has so far not received much attention in evaluations.

2-May-2008

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Managing Aid Exit and Transformation - Eritrea Country Case Study

This is a report from an evaluation of the management of donor exits from partner countries and related transformations of aid relationships, an important aspect of development cooperation that has so far not received much attention in evaluations.

2-May-2008

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Managing Aid Exit and Transformation - India Country Case Study

This is a report from an evaluation of the management of donor exits from partner countries and related transformations of aid relationships, an important aspect of development cooperation that has so far not received much attention in evaluations.

23-May-2007

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Water Supply and Sanitation Programmes Shinyanga Region, Tanzania 1990-2006

The purpose of support to water supply and sanitary facilities goes beyond sustainable access: it is intended to reduce the burden of water collection (typically a task of women and girls); improve health; raise school enrolment and attendance; improve livelihoods and ultimately reduce poverty.<

3-October-2005

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Aid for Trade - An Evaluation of Trade-Related Technical Assistance

‘Aid is just a recipe for permanent poverty’, wrote President Museveni of Ugandain the Wall Street Journal (November 6, 2003), arguing that ‘The only way we canbreak out of this vicious cycle of poverty is through trade and export-led growth.’Is he right?

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