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This report summarizes the findings, conclusions and recommendations of an independent evaluation of the “Paris Declaration Implementation at the African Development Bank”.
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IFC’s interventions are designed to contribute to growth, although it has been challenging for the Corporation to integrate distributional aspects in projects. Fewer than half the projects reviewed included evidence of poverty and distributional aspects in project design.
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This Working Paper is a powerful concept for decision making and ex postassessments of development interventions, often treated rather superficially in project appraisal, project completion and evaluation reports.
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The Bank has played to its comparative advantage in convening and mobilizing resources for new programs, but less in contributing to other institutional aspects of partnership formation, growth, and sustainability.
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This evaluation presents the juridical framework of the decentralized franco-chinese co-operation and displays the role of both French and Chinese institutional actors. Based on an in-depth study of 4 hand-on cases, as well as on a large scale sample and representing territoriales collectivities, the evaluation alights the types of coordination of the franco-chinese actions.
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A pesar de condiciones marco difíciles y conflictivas, las medidas evaluadas se han mostra-do generalmente sensibles referente a las posibles repercusiones conflictivas de sus propias intervenciones (no hacer daño).
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The programme sought to contribute to stability in the region by supporting the development of the local economy and supporting the setting-up and strengthening of local institutions.
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Les 15 projets couvrent un large spectre de thématiques, de la santé (publique et privée) et pharmacopée traditionnelle, aux droits des enfants victimes d’exploitation sexuelle, en passant par la micro et petite entreprise.
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The weaknesses of the development cooperation of Finland included the rigidityof the organisation, and the highly centralised decision-making. The Ministry was neither particularly receptive to constructive criticism nor was it an organisation which harnessed lessons from the past.
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The Evaluation Team assessed the impact chain as logical and realistically achievable and only suggested the reformulation of one gender indicator (as already planned by the project staff) and the addition of a new indicator at outcome level