31-December-2012

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External Evaluation Report of Sierra Leone’s Youth Reproductive Health Programme (2007–2012)

Restless Development Sierra Leone has implemented the Youth Reproductive Health Program (YRHP) for five years (2007 to 2012), with funding from the UK Department for International Development (DFID). The project is rooted in the unique Restless Development peer-to-peer behavioural change model and harnesses the potential of ex-volunteers to sustain awareness raising campaigns.

31-December-2012

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International Reserves: IMF Concerns and Country Perspectives

In 2009-10, IMF Management advanced the argument that excessive reserve accumulation was jeopardizing the stability of the international monetary system. This evaluation traces the evolution of this thinking, in particular how it relates to the Fund’s longerstanding concern about the risks from global imbalances, and discusses reasons for the shift towards stressing the risks posed by excessive reserve accumulation.

31-December-2012

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Cross Programme Gender Evaluation - Final report

The Department for International Development of UK commissioned a formative evaluation to provide an early read on the coverage, effectiveness and likelihood of the current programme portfolio achieving DFID-Z’s Gender Vision Strategy. This report provides a theory of change relating to the ‘Road for Empowerment of women and girls in Zambia’.

31-December-2012

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Evaluation Matters - Evaluation concerns us all

An effective and efficient evaluation function is crucial for the African Development Bank’s efforts to continuously strengthen the effectiveness of its development initiatives. This evaluation provides an independent and external assessment, a fresh perspective, but one that is evidence-based.

31-December-2012

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External Evaluation of ICEIDA support to the implementation of FALP in Kalangala District

This report presents findings of the ICEIDA support to implementation of Functional Adult Literacy Programme (FALP) in Kalangala district Local Government. The main focus of the evaluation was to assess the outcomes and impacts of the Project and examine the effects on the beneficiaries. The evaluation paid special attention to the outcomes and impact of Functional Adult Literacy activities in Beach Management Units.

18-December-2012

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Going Beyond Adverse Selection: Take-up of a Health Insurance Program in Rural Cambodia

This paper presents evidence collected during the expansion of the SKY Health Microinsurance program in rural Cambodia. Health insurance is a newer product in developing countries, and this type of evidence has rarely been explored.

18-December-2012

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DFID’s Oversight of the EU’s Aid to Low-Income Countries

At a policy level, DFID has a clear focus for its engagement with the EU. There is limited evidence, however, of DFID’s influence on the delivery of EU aid on the ground. Co-operation with the EU centrally is good but the EU is treated by DFID’s country offices as another donor rather than as a route for achieving DFID’s goals.

13-December-2012

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Budget support: Conditional results

It was felt that this general budget support would make aid more efficient and effective, and generate more sustainable results. It would also give donors the opportunity to encourage reform through the accompanying policy dialogue.

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12-December-2012

English, PDF, 1,507kb

A study of Sida’s support system for conflict sensitivity and the case of Liberia

By significantly increasing Swedish aid volumes and diversifying its portfolio, Sweden has carved out a strong role for itself in Liberia. The scaled-up Swedish commitments in Liberia pose multiple challenges to Swedish development cooperation and its capacity to respond effectively.

11-December-2012

Spanish, PDF, 5,033kb

Evaluación intermedia del III Plan Director de la Cooperación Española: 2009-2012

Los mecanismos disponibles encargados de la adecuada gestión del III PD no han sido suficientes. Allí donde se contaba con una unidad con competencias claramente atribuidas sobre una materia, la responsabilidad última sobre las medidas de aplicación del III PD ha estado más clara.

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