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This evaluation assesses the Commission’s cooperation with the ACP countries in the Pacific reg ion during the period 1997 -2007. The evaluation does provide an overall independent assessment and identifies key lessons.
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The present report is the result of the third professional peer review of the evaluation function at a multilateral development or humanitarian organisation. It was carried out at the request by WFP to the DAC Network on Evaluation and the UN Evaluation Group (UNEG).
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The thematic evaluation of the ILO-Irish Aid Partnership Programme II 2004-2007 is aimed at improving the support of the Irish Aid/ILO Partnership to build sustainable capacity development of their strategic and implementing partners. It seeks to mainstream disability and women entrepreneurship.
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This evaluation assesses the performance of bilateral Danish water supply and sanitation (WSS) interventions during the period 1999-2005. The 7 countries with Danida WSS sector support programmes at the time were visited: Bangladesh, Benin, Burkina Faso, Egypt, Ghana, Uganda and Vietnam.
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The objective of the report is to set the stage for a possible evaluation of Sida's trade-related assistance (TRA) by providing a broad orientation of Sida's TRA from an international perspective.
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Post-independence history of Uganda mirrors the sectarian divisions that characterized the earlier history of the country.The Government’s post-conflict recovery program was directed at the rehabilitation and stabilization of the economy.
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The purpose of the follow-up study is to analyse the usefulness of recommendations given by the evaluation, identify actions taken to follow up on the recommendations, and to identify constraining factors preventing the recommendations from being followed.
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This synthesis study complements the Evaluation of Technical Assistance recently undertaken by the European Centre for Development Policy Management supported by Denmark, Germany and Australia.
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Afghanistan is one of the world’s poorest nations. Most Afghans lack the basic services and necessities. Years of war and destruction left much of the country’s infrastructure in shambles.