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The primary purpose of this evaluation is to assist in the delivery of the remainder of DFAT’s existing country strategy in Vietnam (2010-15) and to inform future country strategy development and execution. This is achieved by assessing the effectiveness of DFAT’s development and implementation of the country strategy, the indicative results obtained and the legacy of past Australian aid investments.
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Evaluation of development communication and education of the Austrian development policy and development cooperation from 2006-2013
The evaluation provides a thorough analysis of the strength and weaknesses and the theory of change of the area of development communication and education in Austria. Lessons learnt are also drawn out of a benchmarking exercise with Portugal and Ireland. Recommendations for future organizational, administrative and management improvement are outlined at the end of the report.
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The total bilateral ODA of Austria to Uganda between 1994 and 2012 amounted to 158 million Euro and focused mainly on water, sanitation and rights, justice and peace. The review of the current Uganda country strategy assessed the relevance, impact and effectiveness of its strategic focus and provides important input for the elaboration of Austria's next Uganda Country Strategy.
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The Netherlands is an important player in the field of human rights in multilateral forums and in the framework of the EU. Applying a variety of instruments, the Netherlands has contributed to the promotion of human rights. Results include the adoption of UN resolutions and EU Council decisions. A critical note can be made with regard to the degree of coherence between foreign human rights policy and economic policy.
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The report assesses the extent to which results have been achieved and whether they are in line with the Action Plan for Women’s Rights and Gender Equality in development cooperation and its four thematic priorities: political empowerment, economic empowerment, sexual and reproductive health rights and violence against women.
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This evaluation assesses the EU’s past and current cooperation with Bolivia and its implementation over 2007-2013. The evaluation concluded that in spite of early delays, the high levels of execution of the resources assigned to the country programme are a good sign of efficiency although the outcomes in the different axes varied. In general, goals were reached within programmed costs.
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This report presents the findings of the evaluation against six overarching evaluation questions, drawing on case study interviews and data collection in South Sudan, Syria and Afghanistan. One challenge with the current strategy is that it does not include indicators or a results framework for monitoring implementation and measuring the achievement of objectives, making it difficult to assess Danida’s implementation of the strategy.
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The evaluation assesses the operation of the SSF against several criteria for relevance and efficiency, specifically its role and added value within the EBRD’s business model and strategic objectives; and, its efficiency. The evaluation provides findings derived from analysis of operational data and documentation, and the views of participants in the SSF process.
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The purpose of the evaluation was to examine the integration of the gender dimension in Belgian development cooperation. The evaluation concludes that Belgian development cooperation, in general, has not succeeded in making a substantial contribution to gender equality. Only a small number of organisations manage to integrate gender in a way which ensures that a significant contribution is made to strengthening gender equality.
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La méta-évaluation montre l’absence de stratégie de l’administration en ce qui concerne l’évaluation. Les rapports sont demandés au cas par cas, sans que cela ne réponde à une ligne de conduite. Les acteurs profitent de cette souplesse et mènent leurs évaluations en fonction de leurs propres besoins. Ils se servent des évaluations principalement à des fins l’apprentissage et d’appui de leurs décisions, peu pour rendre des comptes.