30-September-2012

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Evaluation of the Department for International Development (DFID) Support to Healthcare Workers Salaries in Sierra Leone

The Government of Sierra Leone (GoSL) Free Healthcare Initiative(FHCI) was launched to increase access to key healthcare services by removing user fees for priority groups specifically, pregnant women, lactating mothers, and children under five.. DFID SL has budgeted £10.3m to support higher salaries for healthcare workers over a five year period.

30-September-2012

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Independent Evaluation of Delivering as One

This report summarizes the work of the independent evaluation of lessons learned from the Delivering as One (DaO) pilot countries. The Delivering as One approach emerged from a process of intergovernmental decision-making on the UN system’s operational activities. Triennial comprehensive policy review resolutions adopted in 2001, 2004 and 2007 called for a strengthening of the UN development system.

30-September-2012

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EBRD – Italy Western Balkans Local Enterprise Facility (LEF) - (Western Balkans)

This study examines the extent to which LEF (Local Enterprise Facility) fulfills its objectives. The framework was found to match the Bank’s regional approach and country strategy priorities. Several recommendations were made including: to target higher level transition impact, avoid overlap with partner institutions, and to articulate the objectives and approach to new countries into the framework.

19-September-2012

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Impact Evaluation of the Farmer Training and Development Activity in Honduras

The evaluation report clearly documents that the treatment and control groups of farmers had substantially different characteristics, making it impossible to use the control group as a valid counterfactual in the evaluation. The evaluation report makes a compelling case for the use of an alternative evaluation approach, because a counterfactual could not be established.

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18-September-2012

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Evaluation of Water-to-Market Training in Armenia

The MCC compact with Armenia was a five-year investment(2006-2011) of $177.6 million in two projects: irrigated agriculture and rural road rehabilitation. Although most output and outcome targets were met or exceeded, the evaluation did not detect impacts on adoption, productive income or household income.

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18-September-2012

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Evaluation of Norwegian Development Cooperation: Lessons Learned in 2011

This annual report looks at the main lessons learned in 2011 by Norad's Evaluation Department.

17-September-2012

English, PDF, 1,128kb

Evaluation report of the Korean Emergency Response System and Results from Past Experiences

The report evaluated the Korean emergency response system and outcomes mainly in terms of the lessons learned from the Haiti earthquake response by dividing analysis into 3 categories systems, preparedness and response.

14-September-2012

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Evaluation of Public Financial Management Reform in Ghana: 2001–2010

The study’s main conclusion is that, relative to the significant funds expended on Public Finance Management (PFM) reform over the study period, success has been largely disappointing. The most substantial progress was found in a stronger legislative base.

14-September-2012

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Evaluation of Public Financial Management Reform in Malawi: 2001–2010

The findings show that between 2000 and 2010 Malawi has made significant strides in improving its Public Financial Management (PFM) systems and that these improvements can be traced to direct PFM inputs by donors and government.

14-September-2012

English, PDF, 1,704kb

Evaluation of Public Financial Management Reform in Burkina Faso (2001–2010)

In summary. the findings show that between 2001-2011, Burkina Faso has been successful in delivering results from its Public Financial Management reforms. Major improvements have been attained across all areas of the PFM system, with the one exception of external scrutiny and audit.

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