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The education and training of ICT were adopted and implemented as a political means to enhance the administrative efficiency in Iraq, and as a direct and indirect political means for economic development in Guatemala.
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Based on a set of findings and conclusions covering development results, organisational strengthening and southern partner capacity, the report concludes that the MAPS II funded programmes have made positive contributions to reducing poverty and vulnerability.
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The project intended to help refugees from the Guatemalan civil war that lasted 36 years. The evaluation team visited four villages where the project was performed and carried out surveys with every family in those four villages.
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The evaluation looked at the impact and ripple effects of the project in time, focusing on medium and long-term effects.
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The evidence from this evaluation indicates that Irish Aid has made a range of contributions to the reduction of poverty and inequality in Zambia. It was also closely aligned with Government of Zambia plans and strategies and Irish Aid corporate priorities.
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The two projects evaluated were found to be relevant to the ODA policies of both KOICA and MOFAFF, as the projects were aimed at supporting the Cambodian government in poverty alleviation and rural development.
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Separately implemented, the three projects were designed to improve hygiene inspection, build a viral animal disease diagnosis center, and build a safety management system of animal products.
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This study assesses ADB's support for promoting good governance in Pacific developing member countries from 2000 to 2010. It is an input to the forthcoming evaluation of the Pacific Approach and provides lessons and recommendations for the next Pacific strategy.
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The main objectives of the evaluation were provision of an independent assessment to the Commission of the EU and to the wider public of the Commission`s past and current co-operation relations with Malawi.
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The design of the assistance programmes was not adequately underpinned by local knowledge of security and justice practices and needs or by mechanisms to monitor progress and measure results and impact.