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This report represents an interim stocktake of the corporate commitments set out in DFID’s 2005 Social Exclusion Policy.
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The Bank’s program contained a relatively high percentage of fastdisbursing policy-based lending and a relatively low percentage of direct lending to the private sector without sovereign guarantee.
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The purpose of this report is to present an assessment of the contributions of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) to development results in Zambia in the period2002 to 2009.
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While marginally improving in recent years, project supervision still faces an uphill battle at the Bank.
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L’Agence Française de Développement (AFD) a souhaité étudier la question de l’intervention en microfinance dans les États fragiles, à partir d’une revue du portefeuille de projets financés par l’AFD et de la littérature disponible.
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“Thales/MAEE” is a scholarships programme co-financed within the framework of a parternship between Thales, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Europeans, and some higher educational organizations. Evaluation officers dresses a positif report of this programme, entirely relevant and coherent with the policy of attractiveness and training of foreign elites, initiated by the Ministry of Forein Affairs and Europeans in the BRIC countries.
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The Ethiopia Country Program Evaluation (CPE) assessed the overall performance and results of CIDA's interventions in Ethiopia from 2003-04 to 2008-09, a five-year period corresponding to the implementation of the Agency's County Development Program Framework (CDPF) for Ethiopia.
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This evaluation of DFID’s country programme in DRC is commissioned by DFID’s Evaluation Department. These studies are intended to improve performance, contribute to lesson learning and inform the development of future strategy at country level.
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This report, prepared at the request of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, presentsthe evaluation of one of the more controversial parts of Norwegian developmentcooperation, the institutions and arrangements for channelling support to politicalparties in partner countries.
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The evaluation evidence shows that IMF interactions were least effective with advanced and large emerging economies and most effective with PRGF-eligible countries.