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The long delays in fulfilling loan conditions, inadequate quality at entry, problems of implementation capacity caused many delays in achieving results. A slow but gradual improvement can be seen though.
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The initiative was launched in Johannesburg in 2002 to encourage government and companies to work together voluntarily to promote transparency of payments and revenues in order to address the paradoxical “resource curse".
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This evaluation has been commissioned by the Evaluation Department of Norad toassess the efficiency and effectiveness of the Transparency International Secretariat(TI-S) in combating corruption.
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It finds that the IMF provided few clear warnings about the risks and vulnerabilities associated with the impending crisis before its outbreak.
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Evaluability Study of Partnership Initiatives: Norwegian Support to Achieve Millennium Development Goals 4 & 5
The Global Campaign embodies a multi-country commitment to find better ways of achieving value for money and ensuring that the most vulnerable groups have access to essential services. Norway’s support focuses particularly on MDG 4 to reduce child mortality and MDG 5 to improve maternal health.<
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Although there has been some progress in advancing the principles embedded in the Paris Declaration, its catalytic role appears not to have been as strong as would have been expected.
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La coopération française dans le domaine de la formation initiale et continue des magistrats et personnels judiciaires (1999-2009)
L’évaluation de la coopération française dans le domaine de la formation initiale et continue des magistrats et personnels judiciaires couvre la période 1999-2009. Elle porte sur l’ensemble des instruments français de coopération et des pays bénéficiaires, une centaine environ.
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This report sets out the findings of an independent Evaluation of the Implementation of the Paris Declaration in Uganda, which are expected to feed into the on-going evaluation of Uganda’s national Poverty Eradication Action Plan.
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U.S. foreign assistance has lacked an overall conceptual and organizational architectureIt involves many federal agencies and is heavily influenced by the U.S. Congress and a variety of interest groups.
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There are similarities between the two programmes with both channelling about 80% of their country programme through government systems, notably through their commitment to budget support, and both having a strategic focus on poverty reduction.