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This evaluation presents the findings of the policy evaluation of the Dutch involvement in European Development Cooperation with a focus on the European Development Fund and the Cotonou Agreement. Some of its main conclusions show that there is a growing convergence between EU aid policies and the key principles of Dutch aid and that the Dutch view on complementarity and added value of EU aid has changed quite frequently.
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Annexes to the Report: The Netherlands and the European Development Fund – Principles and Practices: Evaluation of Dutch involvement in EU development cooperation (1998-2012)
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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs facilitated the dialogue with Banks and IFC at Ministerial, senior official, and expert level, in coordination with the Ministry of Finance. Biannual Bank/IMF meetings and the regular BNPP and NIPP dialogues were used to highlight Dutch positions and priority themes. The Netherlands occasionally worked in accordance with donors (in particular UK, Germany, Nordic countries).
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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 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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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 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.