8-January-2014

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Government response to IOB evaluation: ‘Investing in Stability: Dutch Policy on Fragile States Reviewed’

On the whole, the government is pleased with this evaluation, which supports the main features of Dutch fragile states policy. It intends to continue ambitiously along its chosen path, for example with the establishment of the international security budget and the recently presented International Security Strategy

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8-January-2014

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IOB Study: Evaluation issues in financing for development

This study analyses domestic revenue mobilisation in developing countries, which is an essential component of financing for development. It discusses the role of corporate tax revenues and challenges for the taxation of multinational firms in developing countries, with a focus on effects of Dutch corporate tax policy and Dutch tax treaties. The study concludes that for some developing countries these effects are negative and material.

8-January-2014

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IOB Study: Achieving universal access to sexual and reproductive health and rights

This synthesis presents the findings of a literature study into the effect of the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ support to multilateral organisations during the period 2006-2011 for programmes on sexual and reproductive health and rights.

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8-January-2014

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NGOs in action: A study of activities in sexual and reproductive health and rights by Dutch NGOs

Capacity development of Southern partners played a large role in the interventions. Overall, the NGOs’ assistance in this area was greatly appreciated by the partners, but the evaluations provide limited information about the strategies followed and results achieved.

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8-January-2014

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Evaluation des Opérations d'Aide Budgétaire de la Commission Européenne à la Tunisie entre 1996 et 2008 - Volume 2

Les conclusions soulignent la contribution positive de la coopération Commission Européenne - Tunisie aux développements économiques et sociaux du pays. Les facteurs principaux de cette réussite sont identifiés dans l'accord d'association qui a créé un cadre d'opportunités nouveau et puissant pour la Tunisie et dans la détermination et la compétence des institutions tunisiennes qui ont guidé et mis en oeuvre les réformes convenues.

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8-January-2014

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Evaluation des Opérations d'Aide Budgétaire de la Commission Européenne à la Tunisie entre 1996 et 2008 - Volume 1

Les conclusions soulignent la contribution positive de la coopération Commission Européenne - Tunisie aux développements économiques et sociaux du pays. Les facteurs principaux de cette réussite sont identifiés dans l'accord d'association qui a créé un cadre d'opportunités nouveau et puissant pour la Tunisie et dans la détermination et la compétence des institutions tunisiennes qui ont guidé et mis en oeuvre les réformes convenues.

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8-January-2014

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Evaluation of the European Commission’s Cooperation with the Philippines - Volume 1

The overall assessment of European Union strategy in the Philippines is positive. The European Union cooperation programme during the assessment period has been closely aligned with the Philippine Government’s policies with regard to poverty, health, rural development, governance and trade.

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8-January-2014

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Evaluation of the Commission of the European Union's Cooperation with Ethiopia Volume 2 - Annex

Against two severe setbacks to its governance agenda in Ethiopia, the EU succeeded in keeping its contribution focused on addressing the needs of the population through programmes in its three main sectors of intervention (basic services, food security and road infrastructures).

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8-January-2014

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Evaluation of the European Commission’s Cooperation with the Philippines - Volume 2

The overall assessment of European Union strategy in the Philippines is positive. The European Union cooperation programme during the assessment period has been closely aligned with the Philippine Government’s policies with regard to poverty, health, rural development, governance and trade.

8-January-2014

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Evaluation of the Commission of the European Union's Cooperation with Ethiopia - Volume 1

Against two severe setbacks to its governance agenda in Ethiopia, the EU succeeded in keeping its contribution focused on addressing the needs of the population through programmes in its three main sectors of intervention (basic services, food security and road infrastructures).

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