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For the last eight years, SAREC, Sida’s Department for Research Cooperation, has supported the introduction and expansion of ICTs in universities in a dozen countries worldwide. The programme has created signifi cant benefi ts, often far in excess of expectations or cost. As a result, researchers at supported universities are much more able to compete with their counterparts in developed countries, and the overall quality of
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Cette plaquette, dont l’information couvre la période de référence de l’évaluation (2000-2004) ne prétend nullement à l’exhaustivité.
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The Educational Grant Programme represents an important instrument in responding to one of the key aspects of cooperation – raising human resource competences.
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The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of this assistance to the country’s development, with a view to drawing useful conclusions and making recommendations for the next Country Strategy Paper.
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This update builds on the findings of the 2003 evaluation of the Heavily Indebted Poor Countries (HIPC) Initiative, and finds that many of the original conclusions remain relevant for the HIPC Initiative and are potentially instructive for future debt relief initiatives.
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This special evaluation study (SES) arises from the increasing importance the Asian Development Bank (ADB) places on poverty reduction, which has become the overarching goal of its operations.
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Between December 1994 and December 2004, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) approved seven technical assistance (TA) grants totaling $3.6 million to support the operation of the Pacific Financial Technical Assistance Centre (PFTAC). The International Monetary Fund (IMF) administers PFTAC, a regional project based in the Fiji Islands that provides services to 15 Pacific island countries (PIC). A group of multilateral and bilateral
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This report analyzes the Bank's contribution to freer trade in developing countries and makes concrete recommendations on how to boost trade opportunities to better alleviate poverty in the future.
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In 2003 the BMZ commissioned a series of ex-post evaluations of finalised development coooperation projects and programmes in the field of Regional Rural Development (RRD) so as to obtain more information on the relationship of cause and effects in Germany‘s development cooperation and to further fine-tune the methodical evaluation concepts developed so far for impact assessment. The aim of the evaluation was to obtain an