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This evaluation of DFID’s regional programme in the West Balkans is one of a series of regular Country and Regional Programme Evaluations (CPEs/RPEs) commissioned by DFID’s Evaluation Department (EvD).
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The project has met or exceeded many of its primary objectives and in doing so has earned a widespread reputation for collaboration, flexibility and integrity.
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This independent evaluation of the Timor Leste (TL) country programme was commisionned to provide the Senior Management of IA and the Country Team in Dili with an assessment of the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency and impact of the two Country Strategy Papers.
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In an uncertain economic context and given the scale of the challenges, fresh impetus needs to be given to international cooperation, in terms of objectives, coordination and innovative approaches to resources and instruments.
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This Evaluation Study synthesizes knowledge about how and when specific projects and/or policy interventions work to increase gender equality and to foster economic development through increased empowerment of women.
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The objectives of this special evaluation study (SES) are to assess the performance of ADB assistance to the Government for improving water supply services in Metro Manila and to draw lessons for future partnership operations.
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The main objective of this study was to show how a more broad-based joint evaluation of Capacity Development should be structured in terms of issues and conceptual frameworks
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Le cadrage de cette évaluation résulte d’un travail mené conjointement par le département « Afrique centrale – australe et océan Indien », l’agence AFD de Johannesburg et la division pour l’Évaluation et la capitalisation à partir d’une double préoccupation initiale.
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The evaluation assessed the performance of the third global cooperation framework and offered key recommendations on how to strengthen the effectiveness of the global programme. The present report provides a summary of the findings, conclusions and recommendations of the independent evaluation.<
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This reported evaluation of the UNHCR and PRM-funded programs of assisted repatriation to Burundi (2003-8) was conducted in June – November 2008. The evaluation focused on program outcomes and impact.