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This report presents the assessment of an independent evaluation conducted by the Evaluation Office of UNDP of the adoption of results based management (RBM) as an approach.
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The development landscape in Mozambique is congested with many donors, funding agencies and other development practitioners, but EC has made significant efforts to maximise coordination among donors, although in these circumstances complementarity can be difficult to achieve.
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Supplementary Appendix F to the Special Evaluation Study on the Asian Development Fund VIII and IX OperationsIncludes case studies on Bangladesh, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Nepal, Pakistan and Vietnam
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The Jordan Education Initiative (JEI) was created in 2003, with the assistance of the World Economic Forum (WEF), to apply public-private partnerships to improve the application of information and communication technology (ICT) in grades 1–12 in Jordanian schools.
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Save the Children (SC) implemented the CS-18 project as a follow-on or cost-extension of the CS-14 project in northwestern Tajikistan. The original CS-14 project targeted 73 communities in Penjikent District.
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USAID//Ethiopia Mission and Virginia Tech implement AMAREW Project to contribute to the overall efforts of the Amhara National Regional State (ANRS) in increasing rural household income, thereby improving food security.
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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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