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Ex-post evaluation report on the pilot project to reduce air pollution by improving heating culture in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
The evaluation is an ex-post evaluation to assess whether the project has contributed to reduction of air pollution and improved living condition of the residents of Ger village among other objectives of the project.
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The purposes of the ex-post evaluation are to improve future aid projects through feedback of lessons learned in the whole process, from project preparation to completion, and to provide a basis for accountability, including the provision of information to the public.
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Ex-post evaluation report on the project for Modernization of the Traffic Management System in Erbil
This project was conducted with an aim to modernize the driver's licensing system with the introduction of an advanced traffic management system by the Kurdistan Regional Government. The project is deemed to have been "very relevant" as it was consistent with the development strategies of the recipient country such as reducing corruption, unlawful acts traffic accidents and modernizing the system.
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The purpose of ex-post evaluation is to improve future projects through feedback of the lessons learned in the process of a project's planning and implementation and to provide a basis for accountability, including the provision of information to the public. Through the evaluation of failures as well as successes, valuable information is generated, which, if properly fed back, can improve future cooperation programmes and projects.
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The evaluation has been conducted to estimate the process and outcome of the project and the cross-cutting issues - gender main-streaming and environment – focusing on effects and impacts. The effects and impacts derived from the project include not only direct but also indirect social, economic, institutional, environmental and other changes resulting from the activities.
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Ex-post evaluation report on the project for Irrigation Technology Capacity Building in Upper Myanmar
As the agricultural industry forms a great part of the total industries in Myanmar, the nation has made efforts to improve its agricultural productivity. Particularly, they have heavily invested in expanding irrigation area by developing sources for farming water such as dams or pumping stations. In this process, testing and analysis of soil and materials are very important for designing and manufacturing irrigation facilities.
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This report purports to evaluate the “Hlegu Township Rural Development Project in Myanmar” implemented by the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), which aims to propose a pilot model of the comprehensive rural development projects and spread the model to all rural areas in Myanmar.
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Ex-post Evaluation Report on the Project for Establishment of Korea-Vietnam Friendship IT College in Danang
Thanks to the establishment of the IT college, many Danang IT major hopefuls are now able to get involved in the quality IT training, consequently providing well-qualified IT workers in the community. Also, it helped vitalize the local market economy as well as contributed to attract some enterprises in the IT complex in Danang such as IT Park and hi-tech Zone.
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Ex-post Evaluation Report on the Project for the Establishment of Industrial Training Center in Thagaya, Myanmar
More than 600 students have been educated at Industrial Training Center Thagaya since 2009, with more than 63% of the graduates being employed since 2010. The newer, higher quality equipment at Industrial Training Center Thagaya also helped improve the quality of labor, providing a positive influence on the local and domestic industry in Myanmar. As a result, this project was evaluated as being very effective.
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Ex-post Evaluation Report on the Project for Upgrading Jaffna Technical College as a College of Technology - Sri Lanka
The project was not able to meet the student enrollment or graduation rates. However, 379 students were educated and trained in the four departments of the Jaffna College of Technology in 2013, with another 31 students are expected to graduate from the ICT Department in 2014. Therefore, the project was evaluated as being somewhat effective.