• 6-October-2015

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    Evaluation of the Dutch Contribution to Transition in the Arab Region (2009-2013)

    This report presents the findings of an evaluation of the response of the Dutch government to the Arab uprisings and its support to: democratisation; the rule of law; and economic growth. The Ministry funded a range of projects, however, less support was provided to governments in transition than to civil society. Findings show that the implementation of support to Arab countries is far from easy because of the volatile context.

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    The evaluation assesses Norwegian multilateral support to basic education through UNICEF and the Global Partnership for Education. It looks at development aid effectiveness, aid management and financing of education in: Afghanistan, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Haiti, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mozambique, Nepal and Zambia. The emphasis was put on three education goals: quality of learning, gender and inclusion of marginalised groups.

  • 5-October-2015

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  • 31-July-2015

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    Review of Grant Aid for Countries with Relatively High Income

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  • 31-July-2015

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  • 31-July-2015

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    Evaluation of Humanitarian Assistance in Case of Emergency

    Japan’s international emergency assistance has a high level, both in terms of quality and speed. In terms of the total amount contributed over the past 10 years, Japan’s humanitarian assistance ranks 4th in the world. The countries receiving the assistance are geopolitically diverse. The assistance provided has produced outcomes that have the desired effect for the people requiring the assistance.

  • 31-July-2015

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    Country Assistance Evaluation of Kenya

    Japan has provided ODA to Kenya through various schemes. However, the recognition of Japan’s ODA to Kenyan citizens is not sufficient. In order to improve this situation, the Government of Japan needs to forge a public relations strategy that clearly appeals to the Kenyan society based on the principles of Japan’s contribution to Kenya’s important development agendas.

  • 31-July-2015

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    Country Assistance Evaluation of Pakistan

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  • 29-July-2015

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    Summative Evaluation of Canada’s Afghanistan Development Program

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  • 24-July-2015

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    Humanitarian Assistance through Mobile Cash Transfer in Northern Afghanistan

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