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The evaluation report gives an overview of the support from 2000 to 2008, with a closer look at three countries - Ethiopia, Malawi and Nepal. The report shows that 60 cultural heritage projects were supported during this periode.
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Since 1999 the Evaluation Department (EVAL) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) of Denmark has commissioned and taken the lead on a number of evaluations jointly with country partner institutions in countries such as Benin, Bhutan, Ghana, Mozambique, Nepal, Tanzania, and Uganda.
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This report summarizes the findings of the evaluation of the Third Regional Cooperation Framework (RCF) for the Arab States 2006-2009, which the Evaluation Office carried out between August 2008 and January 2009.
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The ADR Republic of Guatemala covered the period from 2002 to 2008. Guatemala has been one of the not-so-frequent cases in which the United Nations closely combined the peace-building mandate of its General Assembly with post-conflict development.
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The UNDP Evaluation Office (EO) has conducted an evaluation to assess UNDP contributions to development results in Argentina.The evaluation covers two programming cycles, 2002-2004 and 2005-2008, extended to 2009.
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The Assessment of Development Results (ADR) covers the Country Cooperation Framework period from 2003 to 2008.
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The ADR covered the sub-regional programme of the nine member countries of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) and Barbados over the ongoing (2005-2009) and previous (2001-2004) programming cycles.
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The ADR in Bosnia and Herzegovina covered the period from 2001-2008 and offers lessons that can strengthen UNDP programming in Bosnia and Herzegovina as well as contributing to the organization’s effectiveness and accountability.
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This report is a summary of an evaluation of the Business/Development Partnership (WiPa) Program conducted between March and December 2008 by the Global Public Policy Institute.