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The Finnish Government decided in 2001 to phase out the traditional bilateral development cooperation of Finland to Egypt by the end of the year 2007. This decision was reconfirmed in the Government's development policy of 2004.
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This report covers the evaluation of the cooperation strategy of the EC with the Federal Republic of Nigeria and its implementation in relation to the Country Strategies and National Indicative Programmes of the 7th and 9th European Development Funds.
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Forestry sector is one of the major development cooperation sectors of Finland. The global significance of forests and support to this sector has increased markedly with the growing knowledge and awareness of the climate change and its impact on economic and social development.
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This Synthesis of Evaluations brings together a total of 22 programmatic and thematic evaluation reports commissioned during 2008-2010 by the development evaluation office of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland.
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In 2008, the Policy and Operations Evaluation Department (IOB) of the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs initiated an impact evaluation of the water supply and sanitation programme supported by the Netherlands in Fayoum Governorate in Egypt, covering the period since 1990.
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Ce rapport présente les résultats de l’évaluation de la stratégie de coopération de l’Union européenne au Burkina Faso entre 1999 et 2008.
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Results and Performance of the World Bank GroupVolume II: Management Action Records for World Bank, IFC, and MIGA
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This evaluation seeks lessons for development and climate change mitigation from the World Bank Group's (WBG) far-reaching portfolio in energy, forestry, and transport.
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In this evaluation the Independent Evaluation Group (IEG) examines all the water-related projects financed by the World Bank between fiscal 1997 and the end of calendar 2007.
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Cost-benefit analysis used to be one of the World Bank’s signature issues. It helped establish the World Bank’s reputation as a knowledge bank and served to demonstrate its commitment to measuring results and ensuring accountability to taxpayers.