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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’.
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The European Commission has developed and formalised a methodology for evaluating its external assistance, in which the priority is on results and impacts. The aim is thus to maintain the quality of its evaluations on a par with internationally recognised best practice.
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The present mid-term evaluation focuses its attention on the project of Reinforcement of the Net of Health Basic Cares, integrated in the PIC of S. Tomé and Príncipe (2005-2007) and in the respective Annual Plans of Cooperation (PAC) and implemented by IMVF NGO.
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Les Programmes d’appui à la compétitivité, PAC I (1999-2001) et PAC II (2002-2003), avaient pour objectif global de consolider les bases d’une économie compétitive et de permettre une croissance durable de l’économie tunisienne.
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Sida has been tasked by the Swedish Government to strengthen the research capacity of developing countries, promote research that contributes to poverty reduction and fair and sustainable global development.
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The present report evaluates to what extent Sida’s policy on integrating environmental concerns in its work has been been effectively implemented.
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This study evaluates the Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) 1995 policy on involuntary resettlement. Sixteen case studies of ongoing and completed projects with significant involuntary resettlement were done in the People’s Republic of China, India, and the Philippines.
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This synthesis report is based on a review of evaluations by Norad, Sida, DFID, the European Commission (EC), OECD/DAC, UNDP, ILO and the World Bank. The evaluations reviewed here were carried out in the period 2002 to 2006.
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USAID/Guinea has invested 57 million dollars for the implementation of its strategy for the current planning cycle. At the beginning of this period, access to primary education had already begun to rapidly increase, but instruction was marked by low quality levels and a weak capacity for system-wide planning.