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The major lesson in Malawi is that strong economic and political leadership to reform is critical to ensuring smooth adoption of PD principles especially national ownership.
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Aid effectiveness is high on the agenda in Nepal and the report identifies areas for further consolidation and improvement based on the evident basis of partnership that exists.
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This evaluation assesses the Paris Declaration on aid effectiveness, development effectiveness and poverty reduction, looking at development and process outcomes.
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La evaluación de la Declaración de París en Colombia ha sido desarrollada por un equipo interdisciplinario, que orienta su trabajo metodológico a partir de un enfoque nacional y una perspectiva territorial.
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An overarching Austrian strategy for development cooperation is missing. There arevarious attempts to create coherence in Austrian development policy, but they are very general in nature and overruled by the Guidelines for the Federal Finances.
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La mise en oeuvre de la Déclaration de Paris a contribué à l’efficacité de l’aide en favorisant davantage le renforcement de l’harmonisation des procédures et l’utilisation des dispositifs communs au niveau des partenaires techniques et financiers.
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There is clear indication of direct contribution of the Paris Declaration, provided the principles are integrated into a nation wide program.
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This evaluation assesses aid effectiveness in Bangladesh, as set out in the 2005 Paris Declaration and the 2008 Accra Agenda for Action.
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This evaluation indicates that there has been some sustainable increase in institutional capacity and social capital at national, sector, and community levels. The PD contribution is small, but positive.
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Of the PD principles – effective country ownership, along with good alignment and harmonisation can make the strongest contribution to development results, but can be constrained by competing interests.