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Burma (also known as Myanmar) is a fragile state, one of the poorest countries in Asia, with a long history of political unrest and armed conflict. Following elections in 2010, the country is now undergoing rapid change. The UK is the largest international donor to Burma. This review assesses whether DFID is achieving impact and value for money in Burma through its aid to the health sector.
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The Mid Term Review (MTR) of the Programme of Assistance to the Fisheries Sector of Mozambique co-financed by Norway and Iceland took place in Mozambique from 27 February to 9 March 2012. It benefited from the guidance of His Excellency Victor Borges, Minister of Fisheries and met with all the institutions directly benefiting from the Programme.
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The purpose of the review is to provide an independent and evidence-based assessment of the development effectiveness of WHO programs for use by external stakeholders, primarily bilateral development agencies.
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This report presents the results of a development effectiveness review of the World Health Organization (WHO) which coordinates global health-related efforts and establishes global health norms. The Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)’s main engagements with the WHO include policy dialogue and development assistance programming in infectious diseases, child health, and humanitarian assistance.
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This report presents the main findings and recommendations of an evaluation of the Media Cooperation Programme (MCP) of the Danish Arab Partnership Programme (DAPP) for the period 2005 to 2012 which was launched in 2003 to support existing local reform processes in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), and establishing a basis for improved dialogue, and cooperation between Denmark and the MENA region.
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The objective of this external final evaluation report is to assess the outcomes of the Geothermal Capacity Building Project, report and give recommendations on the lessons learned. The aim of ICEIDA through the Geothermal Capacity Building Project was to assist Nicaragua to enhance its use of environmentally benign geothermal energy resources for power production in line with the energy policy of GoN.
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Thematic Evaluation of Rule of Law, Judicial Reform and Fight against Corruption and Organised Crime in the Western Balkans - Lot 3
This report presents the results from Lot 3 of the “Thematic Evaluation of Rule of Law, Judicial Reform and Fight against Corruption and Organised Crime in the Western Balkans”. The Overarching Objective is to provide operational recommendations for future IPA programming (“IPA II” covering the period 2014-2020) based on the findings from results in the region and other relevant experiences.
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Fostering Regional Integration in Africa: An Evaluation of the Bank’s Multinational Operations, 2000-2010
Financing multinational operations became one of the top priorities of Bank policies and strategies in 1998. OPEV’s evaluation of the Bank’s multinational operations finds that the Bank has developed an increasingly coherent strategic and operational framework to guide its assistance towards regional integration in Africa. Over the last decade, multinational operations grew significantly, from 6% in 2000 to over 15% in 2010.
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Agricultural Water Management: An Evaluation of the African Development Bank’s Assistance in Ghana and Mali, 1990-2010
The objective of the evaluation was to evaluate past experiences, draw lessons, and formulate recommendations to inform and guide the Bank‘s future investments in this sub-sector; as well as to provide timely insight into specific issues relevant to the Bank‘s renewed focus on agricultural water in Africa.
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An Independent Evaluation of the Assistance of the African Development Bank to Fragile States 1999-2010
This independent evaluation of the African Development Bank’s assistance to fragile states, acknowledges that the Bank has made progress and had a positive impact. However, it calls for a “change in direction” to allow the Bank’s vision for its work in fragile situations to be implemented in practice. The Bank now needs to reorganize and plan to strengthen support to member countries that are going through periods of instability.