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Overall, the evaluation finds ADB's assistance to be relevant, responsive, and satisfactory in achieving program objectives and initial results. There is, however, scope for enhancing ADB's preparedness for timely delivery of assistance.
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Many of the recommendations in the report were taken into account in the design process for Phase 2, including what activities should be supported. The new design has clear objectives and rationale and emphasises strong engagement with the Government of Indonesia.
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The energy sector evaluation is one of the three sub-themes in the larger umbrella evaluation “The Sustainability Dimension in Addressing Poverty Reduction”.
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Assistance to the transition from an ad hoc emergency system to tackle food insecurity was provided through support for this project. The emphasis on moving from relief to a more productive and development-oriented safety net also aligned the project with wider World Bank objectives.
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The three NGOs showed great capability in adapting their strategy to fit the changing context, maintaining steady final objectives, even when local equilibriums became fragile. The projects are sound with Tanzania’s policies in the respective sectors: agro-pastoral, territorial protection and planning and health services.
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The report assesses how well the EBRD has implemented the programme's objectives and how this has furthered the Bank’s transition objectives on a country and regional basis in the energy efficiency, renewable energy and climate change sectors.
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Portugal é um importante doador de Timor- Leste (2º doador bilateral), cuja relevância sobressai face às opções políticas e estratégicas de Timor-Leste relativamente a algumas questões centrais na identidade e desenvolvimento nacional.
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S. Tomé e Príncipe é um país muito dependente da ajuda externa, com fragilidades a diversos níveis.
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The delivery mechanisms of EU support and its management have been lessconducive to the achievement of the objectives of the co-operation. Significant delays have occurred in some cases and there have been cases where the Commission’s approach was inconsistent.
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The report presents the findings of an external evaluation of SDC's Cooperation’s Vocational Skills Development activities. The evaluation portfolio covered 10 projects and programmes in 9 countries (Albania, Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Ecuador, Mali, Moldova, Nepal, Nicaragua, Peru).