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This evaluation aims to examine the effectiveness of KOICA's technical and vocational education and training projects (TVET). In particular, in cases where the TVET sector is selected as a priority sector in the government-wide Country Partnership Strategy. It aims to inspect whether the context of a specific country is properly reflected to achieve results for individual projects and for the TVET sector as a whole.
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These guidelines aim to provide practical information to set a management system according to a project cycle. The guidelines are set to design KOICA's health sector projects in accordance with the KOICA Health Sector Strategy (2011-2015) and to utilise the results information collected during the project management process in future projects' planning and implementation.
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The main objectives of the results-based management of development study programme is first, to provide an important source of basic information in policy decisions to determine the feasibility of development planning and projects and second, capacity development through consulting services, technical support, the provision of know-how.
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Joint evaluation report on the project to strengthen control of vector-borne diseases to lessen the impact of climate change in Mongolia
The Vectorborne Disease Project in Mongolia aimed to mitigate the risks of tick-borne diseases and plague.The analysis indicated satisfactory achievements for all of the expected outputs. This project helped create a window of opportunity for improving the surveillance system of infectious diseases in Mongolia.
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Méta-Évaluation des interventions de la Coopération luxembourgeoise dans le sous-secteur de la formation professionnelle en hôtellerie et tourisme
Ce rapport analyse les interventions entreprises par la Coopération Luxembourgeoise au Développement dans le sous-secteur de la formation professionnelle dans les domaines de l’hôtellerie et du tourisme dans quatre pays partenaires : le Cap vert, le Nicaragua, le Laos et le Vietnam.
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World Bank group support to public-private partnerships: lessons from experience in client countries
The report concludes that the World Bank Group’s deployment of its PPP interventions is well synchronized with client country needs and that,over the period evaluated (FY02–12), the World Bank Group was responsive to client countries’needs and changing priorities. The report articulates well the unique and complementary roles of the World Bank Group entities in the PPP delivery chain and captures their specific contributions.
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Independent Evaluation and Strategic Review of the South Asia Food and Nutrition Security Initiative (SAFANSI)
This independent evaluation focuses on the extent to which the South Asia Food and Nutrition Security Initiative is likely to achieve its goals and objectives.
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The main objective of this evaluation is to establish the impact, positive and negative, intended and unintended, of the Protracted Relief Programme II (PRP) (2008-2012) and identify lessons learned to inform future livelihoods programming. The primary audience is DFID but it also speaks to other PRP donors.
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This report relates to the impact of the programme on Hunger Safety Net Programme (HSNP) households after 24 months from the point of targeting. It compares the situation of HSNP and control households at the time of their selection into the programme (baseline), with their situation 24 months later.
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This evaluation validates a number of aspects of the Budget Strengthening Initiative's. It also tests the BSI theory of change against a set of evaluation questions derived from the OECD-DAC evaluation criteria and assesses whether the causal mechanisms are supported by the results achieved to date and whether they accurately capture the BSI model in operation.