12-November-2014

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Danida Business-to-Business Programme 2006- 2011

The overall objective of the B2B Programme was to contribute to poverty reduction by promoting economic growth and social development in developing countries.The Evaluation of the B2B Programme has the dual purpose of assessing and documenting the B2B Programme as well as providing lessons for future implementation of Danida Business Partnerships.

12-November-2014

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Randomized controlled trials: strengths, weaknesses and policy relevance

The general purpose of this report is to offer an input into the ongoing debate on evaluation and effectiveness of Swedish foreign aid. More specifically, the focus lies on the role of so called Randomized Controlled Trials (RCTs) in evaluations of impact of aid financed activities.

4-November-2014

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Access to Energy in Rwanda: Impact evaluation of activities supported by the Dutch Promoting Renewable Energy Programme

The Promoting Renewable Energy Programme was launched to promote access to of renewable energy in developing countries and to mitigate the negative effects of the use of energy on the climate. This report focuses on a project aimed at strengthening the energy authority in Rwanda. The renewable energy interventions were relevant to the objectives of both the Government of Rwanda and the Promoting Renewable Energy Programme.

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3-November-2014

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Access to energy in Rwanda - Newsletter

Rwanda’s economic recovery goes hand-in-hand with a strong growth in demand for energy. The Government of Rwanda is determined to develop the energy sector at a high pace, with emphasis on the electrification of the country. In 2008, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs launched the Promoting Renewable Energy Programme (PREP). Rwanda was among the countries most supported by PREP resources.

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31-October-2014

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Riding the wave of sustainable commodity sourcing : Review of the Sustainable Trade Initiative IDH 2008-2013

The Sustainable Trade Initiative focuses on internationally traded commodities like cotton, coffee, tea, cocoa and timber. This review looks at where the initiative stands after six years of support from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

24-October-2014

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Report on Effectiveness 2014: Swiss International Cooperation in Climate Change 2000 - 2012

The purpose of this report is to assess whether and in what way these interventions have achieved the expected results. External experts carried out an independent assessment covering the period 2000-2012. This report is the third of its kind, following the report on Effectiveness in the Water Sector (2008) and in the Agricultural Sector (2010).

2-October-2014

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Evaluation of the European Union's Co-operation with Kenya - Volume 2

The objectives of the evaluation defined in the Terms of Reference are: to be accountable and to provide the relevant external co-operation services of the European Union and the wider public with an overall independent assessment of the European Union's relations with Kenya; to identify key lessons and recommendations in order to improve the European Union's strategies, programmes and actions. Annexes

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2-October-2014

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Evaluation of the European Union's Co-operation with Kenya - Volume 1

The objectives of the evaluation defined in the Terms of Reference are: to be accountable and to provide the relevant external co-operation services of the European Union and the wider public with an overall independent assessment of the European Union's relations with Kenya; to identify key lessons and recommendations in order to improve the European Union's strategies, programmes and actions.

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2-October-2014

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Evaluation of the European Union's Cooperation with the occupied Palestinian territory and support to the Palestinian people - Vol 2

The evaluation findings suggest that there have been important accomplishments. The European Union can legitimately claim to be the most reliable partner of the Palestinian Authority, and the largest contributor to Palestinian welfare. Yet little was done to remove the most significant obstacles to sustainable co-operation outcomes and achievement of a viable, democratic and contiguous Two-State solution.

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1-October-2014

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Evaluation of the European Union's co-operation with the occupied Palestinian territory and support to the Palestinian people - Vol 1

The evaluation findings suggest that there have been important accomplishments. The European Union can legitimately claim to be the most reliable partner of the Palestinian Authority, and the largest contributor to Palestinian welfare. Yet little was done to remove the most significant obstacles to sustainable co-operation outcomes and achievement of a viable, democratic and contiguous Two-State solution.

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