English, PDF, 206kb
The objective of Sweden's development cooperation with Serbia is to strengthen democracy and sustainable development in order to improve the conditions for accession to the EU.
English, , 1,986kb
Why, despite unprecedented investment in anti-corruption in the last fifteen years and since the implementation of global monitoring instruments and global legislation, have so few countries managed to register progress? These were some of the questions that this report sought to answer.
English, , 2,135kb
Capturing Technology for Development: An Evaluation of Activities in Information and Communication Technologies
The evaluation found that the most notable contributions to ICT development have been through support to sector reforms and to private investments for mobile telephony in difficult environments and in the poorest countries.
English, , 4,593kb
Entering its 4th year of implementation, the strategy sought to create an enabling environment for the Bank to pursue the Governance and Anti-Corruption agenda on multiple fronts and thereby increase the number of programs and projects that addressed these issues.
English, , 9,277kb
The evaluation noted that the choice of sectors was strategically consistent with beneficiaries’ needs. Actions targeted municipalities where the scarcity of infrastructure, or its poor condition, was a major impediment to economic development.
English, , 4,826kb
In some countries the support related to this program has become very important and is being implemented through specific programmes. Overall though the support is not adequately mainstreamed in the various components of the country and regional strategies.
English, PDF, 566kb
The evaluation identifies areas where there is potential to improve and leaves recommendations for improvement and it aims at contributing to increased learning within affected areas of the Foreign Service.
English, , 3,463kb
The purpose of this evaluation synthesis is to respond to the demand for knowledge and insight to contribute to capacity development policy.
English, , 1,498kb
The performance in education, energy, and transport and information and communication technology has been successful, while public sector management, the tsunami emergency, and multisector support has been partly successful.
English, , 4,392kb
The evaluation shows that the overall net enrolment rate has increased from 65% in 2000 to 81% in 2009. Equity of access still remains a key concern with children from the poorest quintiles completing primary education at a later age and appearing to drop out more frequently.