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The Evaluation of the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness looks at the relevance and effectiveness of the Declaration and its contribution to aid effectiveness and ultimately to development effectiveness.
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The relevance of the WBG strategy waned through the evaluation period, despite being broadly congruent with the country's own aspirations.
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This evaluation looks at the Open Fun Football Schools, sports-based peacebuilding initiative in post-war Balkans, Caucaus and Levant countries. The study aims to document the extent to which the programme achieved objectives and draw lessons for future programmes.
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Despite improved access, much remains to be done in the water sector. The comprehensive assessment of the World Bank portfolio in the sector clearly points to major challenges that would have to be mastered in the future.
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The intervention studied here was carried out by the Peruvian Fund for Investments in Telecommunications, which provided at least one satellite payphone, mostly between years 2001 and 2004, to each of the 6,509 targeted villages situated across rural Peru.
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The evaluation report starts off by explaining the context of the agreement, and then goes on to reveal the consequences for the Nigerian economy, and the impact on poverty reduction in Nigeria.
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The underlying reasons for failure are often related to competing leadership priorities, such as the MDGs, aid effectiveness and governance agendas to name a few, which have crowded out mainstreaming gender equality.
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This report synthesises the findings and lessons learned from an evaluation of Norway’s and Sweden’s aid interventions intended to promote child rights in four countries: Guatemala, Kenya, Mozambique and Sudan.
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The measures the project takes do respond timely to the acute basic needs of the Maoist Army Combatants in the cantonments and camps as well as the villagers in selected surrounding communities.
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Trainers for vocational training were difficult to find and had to be qualified before training. Recruitment of personnel was challenging due to the multiple funding agencies and multi-sectoral approach of the development measure.