12-June-2014

English, PDF, 1,428kb

Corporate Evaluation of the Caribbean Regional Program

This evaluation process fully involved key partner institutions in the Caribbean, such as the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretariat, Caribbean Development Bank, Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Secretariat, selected governments, NGOs, and international development partners. The evaluation work was carried out between July and December 2003.

12-June-2014

English, PDF, 340kb

Evaluation of the Canadian Colleges Partnership Program (2001-2008)

The purpose of this mid-term evaluation was to assess the developmental performance of the Program, identify key issues related to the context of Program stakeholders, formulate recommendations regarding changes in the current and/or potential future phases, and identify lessons.

10-June-2014

French, PDF, 3,441kb

Evaluation des activités de Coordination SUD dans le cadre de la convention AFD/CSUD 2010-2012

Cette évaluation dresse un bilan des opérations engagées et des réalisations obtenues par Coordination SUD. Un regard transversal est porté sur les aspects organisationnels et institutionnels de l’association. Les enjeux de l’évaluation s’articulent autour d’une question centrale : comment le programme d’action de Coordination SUD répond-il à la diversité des besoins de ses membres?

4-June-2014

English, PDF, 4,474kb

Independent Evaluation of Budget Support in Mozambique

This study has evaluated all of the Budget Support operations undertaken in Mozambique from 2005 to 2012. The primary contribution of Budget support has been in the form of increased funding. In relation to financial inputs, Budget Support inputs have been important and efficiently delivered.

20-May-2014

English, PDF, 885kb

Assessment of the Institutions of La Francophonie and Evaluation of Canada's Involvement in La Francophonie

Canada is the second largest donor to the institutions of La Francophonie. From 2000-01 to 2005-06, the Government of Canada contributed over $230 million to the institutions of La Francophonie through the Canadian International Development Agency, the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade and Canadian Heritage.

20-May-2014

English, PDF, 322kb

Canada Climate Change Development Fund

The purpose of the evaluation was to assess the effectiveness and efficiency of the use of funds for the purposes intended, the degree to which the goals and objectives of the Canada Climate Change Development Fund are being fulfilled, and the lessons learned.

20-May-2014

English, PDF, 631kb

Evaluation of the CIDA Technology Transfer Program in Brazil

This evaluation was a joint effort between CIDA’s Performance and Knowledge Management Branch, the Brazil and Southern Cone Program of CIDA’s Americas Branch and the Agência Brazilera de Cooperaçao. The evaluation indicates that this is a successful program providing a large payoff in terms of knowledge sharing and partnership between Canadian and Brazilian institutions.

20-May-2014

English, PDF, 283kb

Bolivia Country Program Evaluation

The evaluation assessed the relevance, effectiveness and the efficiency of the Bolivia Country Program during the period 1995 to 2005. Overall, the CIDA program was found to be relevant to the Bolivian context. The Agency has been responsive to the needs and priorities of the Bolivian government and has been consistent with Government of Canada and CIDA policies and priorities.

20-May-2014

English, PDF, 670kb

Evaluation of CIDA's program in Bangladesh 2003-2008

The evaluation examined the relevance, results and overall performance of the bilateral program as well as a limited number of Canadian Partnership and Multilateral channel initiatives. It also looked at the various delivery mechanisms (program-based approaches, multi-donor partnerships, directive and responsive projects) to assess their strengths and weaknesses.

20-May-2014

English, PDF, 1,221kb

Evaluation of WHO's Contribution to ''3 by 5''

The '3 by 5' Initiative highlighted the importance and relevance of the World Health Organization's technical leadership in global HIV/AIDS programming and reinforced its effectiveness within the UN system and the international community. The evaluation of the World Health Organization’s role in the Initiative has led WHO to reorganize its HIV/AIDS Department towards more effectiveness.

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