8-February-2013

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Evaluation of Danida's Fellowship Programme

Danida Fellowship Centre manages and implements the Danida supported Fellowship Programme, which supports Capacity Development in developing countries by organizing and/or implementing courses, studies, research, study tours, seminars, etc. in Denmark as well as in developing countries.

31-January-2013

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Canadian Development Effectiveness Review of the Asian Development Bank

This report presents the results of a development effectiveness review of the Asian Development Bank (ADB). The strategy identifies three complementary strategic agendas that are pursued in order to achieve its overall vision of an Asia free of poverty: 1. Inclusive economic growth, 2. Environmentally sustainable green growth, and 3. Regional integration.

31-January-2013

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Evaluation Matters - A Quarterly Knowledge Publication of the Operations Evaluation Department of the African Development Bank Group

This special issue of eVALUation Matters brings highlights from the 2012 Evaluation Week. It presents a snapshot of each day’s activities, starting with the warm welcome message delivered by the Director of OPEV, Rakesh Nangia, who praised President Kaberuka for his 'incredible drive to improve everything'.

25-January-2013

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Facing the Resource Curse: Norway’s Oil for Development Program

Results have been most important in the resource sector by strengthening institutional frameworks and key public sector actors. In the finance sector, when Norway has committed sufficient resources, important achievements have been produced, but the reach has so far been limited.

25-January-2013

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Facing the Resource Curse: Norway’s Oil for Development Program

Results have been most important in the resource sector by strengthening institutional frameworks and key public sector actors. In the finance sector, when Norway has committed sufficient resources, important achievements have been produced, but the reach has so far been limited.

22-January-2013

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Support to Civil Society Engagement in Policy Dialogue

As this is an issue of increasing importance, an evaluation of experiences with civil society engagement in policy dialogue in Bangladesh, Mozambique and Uganda was launched in 2011. The three countries were chosen for study based on the scope of CSO support from the commissioning donors, their differing contexts and the locations of previous CSO evaluations.

18-January-2013

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Building on Local Strengths: Evaluation of Australian law and justice assistance

The evaluation recommended that Australian law and justice assistance programmes adopts more modest and specific goals, based on analysis of what is achievable in the country’s political, economic, social and geographical context

17-January-2013

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The Role of the IMF As Trusted Advisor - RITA

This evaluation examines in what circumstances the Fund is viewed as a trusted advisor to its member countries. It uses evidence gathered since 2005, but emphasizes the period since the onset of the global crisis in 2007–08. Because the concept of trusted advisor is “in the eyes of the beholder,” the evaluation derives the main attributes from country authorities themselves.

15-January-2013

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Evaluation of Payment by Results: Current approaches, future trends

What does emerge strongly from the evidence base is that payment-by-results needs to be implemented as part of a package that includes other forms of supports and services. The underlying complexity of each intervention presents a serious challenge to implementation and evaluation, inhibiting meaningful generalisation without identification of the specific mechanisms at play.

15-January-2013

English, PDF, 317kb

Evaluation of Irish Aid Lesotho Country Programme (2008-2012)

Ireland is a long-standing partner to Lesotho. It is the only European mission of five bilateral missions that remain in Lesotho and as such the relationship is said to be highly valued by the Government of Lesotho. Moving the relationship between Ireland and Lesotho to a more strategic level requires clear identification of areas where strategic co-operation is possible.

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