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DFID provides effective oversight of the World Bank, as a shareholder and as a donor. DFID and the UK Delegation to the World Bank engage effectively with the Bank’s management to influence priorities, monitor delivery, improve effectiveness and learn from their experience.
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The evaluation finds that the Education Master Plan is relevant to training and education priorities in the Cook Islands and to current national, regional and international mandates. Progress can be sustained through on-going implementation of existing initiatives. However attention is required to provide systematic interventions and resources to address the constraints identified through the evaluation.
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The main conclusion of the report is that the scheme rates poorly on most of the criteria. Lack of proper monitoring and evaluation is a major weakness and all concessional credit projects lack indicators for the determination of the baseline and the results.
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This evaluation of the Finnish country programmes with Nepal, Nicaragua and Tanzania over the past decade and focused on how anti-poverty development policies and the agents of policy implementation interacted, and influenced each country programme.
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German humanitarian aid abroad offers multifaceted, successful and exemplary approaches in humanitarian crises and transition situations. At the same time the evaluation also points out that there is potential to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of German humanitarian work.
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The evaluation offers an overview of Norwegian support to promote the rights of persons with disabilities. In addition to the targeted support, the report identifies a few general programs in which disability aspects have been mainstreamed.
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This is the 2011 annual report from the “Camões – Instituto da Cooperação e da Língua” (CICL)
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The project was deemed a success as a result of assessment according to five evaluation criteria: relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, impact and sustainability. It was ‘highly relevant’ to Bangladesh’s national development strategies, ICT sector development strategy and EDCF’s assistance strategy. The degree of efficiency was measured against project duration, costs, coverage and management of the project and it was rated efficient.
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The overall objective is to assess how well the consortium approach has improved the IERP II, its members’ capacities (operation, cooperation), and lessons learned of relevance for the model and for future programming. It seeks to review and document the best practices, successes, challenges, and recommendations for strengthening the consortium’s emergency response project with a particular view to a Phase III.
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National capacity constraints and weakening dialogue with government encouraged donors, including Finland, to revert to the increased use of projects after 2007. Some of these lacked grounding in policy, were not plausibly linked to poverty, and were founded on inadequate dialogue and analysis.