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PricewaterhouseCoopers was appointed by the Ministry of Agriculture (MINAG) in July 2006 to carry out an final evaluation of the first phase of PROAGRI.
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The PUMA-CASA Project is part of the Canadian response to the December 2004 tsunami that affected several countries surrounding the Bay of Bengal. The project aims to provide disaster relief to 6 coastal villages of the Tamil Nadu State in India.
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This is an evaluation of Parliamentarians for Global Action’s Peace & DemocracyProgramme with a special focus on Africa. It has been commissioned by Danida and conducted by COWI A/S.
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The purpose of these Evaluation Guidelines is to provide user groups with basic information and knowledge on the evaluation process and how to manage it, and what to do with the evaluation results.
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The overall objective of the project is to support Albania towards a need oriented and EU oriented agricultural policy. The anticipated impact is to improve the living standard of the Albanian population and to reduce poverty.
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La présente évaluation a pour objectif de contribuer à l'amélioration de la Coopération bilatérale directe de la Belgique. Elle couvre la période 1999-2005, marquée par une réforme en profondeur de la coopération belge et, en particulier, de la coopération bilatérale directe.
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The Social Protection Sector Development Program (SPSDP) was designed andimplemented in response to socioeconomic distress caused by the 1997 Asian economic crisis.
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The objective of this review is to assess the contribution of the Bank’s assistance to the development of the Public Utility Sector of Ethiopia comprising the water, power and telecommunications sub-sectors.
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Le présent rapport d’évaluation de performance porte sur le programme d’appui aux réformes budgétaires (PARB) et le programme d’appui à la stratégie de réduction de la pauvreté (PASRP).
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The evaluation intends to investigate to what extent UNDP’s activities in conflict-afflicted countries contributed to the goal of human security defined broadly as ‘freedom from fear’ and ‘freedom from want’.