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This evaluation assesses the outcomes relative to objectives of the World Bank's program in Peru.
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Economic development is required for poverty reduction. At the same time, development could also lead to increased greenhouse gas pollution caused by the resulting growth in vehicular traffic, energy use and other activities.
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To understand development we must understand the politics that shape it. Evidence shows that in order to deliver sustainable international development we must be able to understand and work with its politics.
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Cross-country studies show that growth in gross domestic product originating from agriculture is at least twice as effective in reducing property as the growth of gross domestic product originating outside of agriculture.
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This summative evaluation of the Malawi Program had three main objectives, a summative review of the Malawi Program investments, an assessment of the performance of the various delivery mechanisms and a forward looking analysis of findings and lessons to inform future programming.
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The principle role the Paris Declaration seems to have played in Mozambique, given that all elements of the Aid Effectiveness agenda were in place prior to 2005, seems to have been to maintain momentum.
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The purpose of this evaluation is to scrutinize higher-education-support programs financed by Austrian Development Agency (ADA) in Kosovo, Serbia and Nicaragua, with a specific look into recommendations for future activities.
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The Fiji Education Sector Program (FESP) aim was to support the Fiji Interim Ministry of Education (MoE) to deliver quality education services and improve education outcomes, especially for children in disadvantaged and remote communities.
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If the momentum is maintained, and sustainability through support to operation and maintenance assured, then Timor-Leste should now meet the MDGs for rural water, which was not the case one year ago.
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Ensuring that gender issues are taken into consideration in value chain-related interventions is vital for facilitating the development of inclusive value chains that benefit both women and men.