• 17-September-2012

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    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

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    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.

  • 14-September-2012

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    Evaluation of Public Financial Management Reform: Burkina Faso, Ghana and Malawi (2001–2010)

    Donor funding for PFM reform has facilitated its implementation in those countries where the context and mechanisms were right for success, and where external funding was focused on the Government’s reform programme.

  • 14-September-2012

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    UK Humanitarian Emergency Response in the Horn of Africa

    The ICAI report found that the Department for International Development (DFID) played a leading role in the humanitarian response, supporting some of the most vulnerable people in Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia. DFID applied pressure to governments and other donors to act and its programmes in the field demonstrated good impact and value for money.

  • 12-September-2012

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    Evaluation of Irish Joint Consortium on Gender-Based Violence

    This is an evaluation of the strategy, functioning and structure of the Irish Joint Consortium on Gender Based Violence in August 2011, which is intended to inform the future direction of the Consortium from 2013.

  • 11-September-2012

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    Measuring Results of the El Salvador Production and Business Services Investments

    In dairy, the evaluation estimates there were impacts on adoption and increases in farm income. In horticulture, the evaluation estimates impacts on adoption, but no impacts on farm income. In handicrafts, the evaluation estimates impacts on employment for program participants, but no impacts were detected on productive income.

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  • 11-September-2012

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    Regional Level Evaluation: Carribean Region - Annexes

    The evaluation covered the different sectors that the Commission supported and all financing modalities used in this period. Thematically, the focus was on regional economic and political integration but also private sector development, human re-sources development, natural disaster prevention and mitigation, and reduction of drug related crime.

  • 10-September-2012

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    Evaluation of the Commission of the European Union’s co-operation with Ecuador Volume 1

    This evaluation assesses the Commission of the European Union’s (EC) cooperation with Ecuador over the period 2003-2010. It aims at providing an overall independent assessment of the entire EC cooperation strategy and support in the country and to draw out key lessons to help improve current and future EC strategies and programmes.

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