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The 2007 Evaluation Guide presents the main concepts, objectives, methodologies and tools used by the Direction General of the International Co-operation and Development (DGCID) to evaluate projects, programmes, tools and co-operation policies that she implements. Its intended for policy makers and, above all, for people who conducts evaluations.
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Sans assainissement de base, les bienfaits de l’accès à l’eau salubre sont réduits; les inégalités associées à un déficit en assainissement sapent systématiquement les progrès dans les domaines de l’éducation, de la réduction de la pauvreté et de la création de richesse
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The HIMA Project in Tanzania promoted sustainable agricultural production, natural resource management, and forestry production among farmers, by utilizing participatory approaches that involved the local population and relevant “indigenous knowledge”.
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The scope of this evaluation was the Indicative Cooperation Programmes Cooperation (PACs), in the period 2002- 2004 and 2005-2007.
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In addition to promoting accountability, the main objective is to produce sound knowledge on development matters and to contribute to national policy-making.
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This study was commissioned to map and compare evaluation practices across development agencies, primarily with a view to stimulate an internal debate within AFD on its evaluation systems during a time of reform.
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The present evaluation is an internal exercise carried out by GAAI, with the contribution of a local consultant for the analysis of PAEIGB and PASEG interventions.
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This report presents the outcome of the evaluation, which looks at the effectiveness of the Third Cooperation Framework managed by the Special Unit, and also assesses the results achieved by the inclusion of South-South cooperation as a driver in UNDP programmatic work.
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Evaluation consists in judging the value of a past action...
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Norad has commissioned this evaluation in order to increase the knowledge of the effects of development cooperation through NGOs, in particular of the aggregate effects at national level.