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This report is the annual report 2008 of the Evaluation of Norwegian Development Cooperation.
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The present report is the result of the fifth professional peer review of the evaluation function at a multilateral organization. The aim of this review is to stimulate constructive peer exchange about possible improvements in the evaluation function.
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This evaluation aims at assessing the contributions of the four most important Norwegian research institutions to the Norwegian conflict prevention and peacebuilding efforts and the relationship between the Government and the institutions.
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The failure to properly recognise the linkages between the environment and poverty reduction has previously been put forward as a critical shortcoming in Swedish development cooperation as well as in development cooperation in general.
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This evaluation provides an external review of the achievements and program outputs, of the organisational dimensions and strategic intent of the 'Pôle Genre et Développement' of the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva.
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En 2007 et 2008, la Banque allemande de développement (KfW), la Banque européenne d’inves tissement (BEI) et l’Agence Française de Développement (AFD) ont conduit une évaluation ex post du projet de barrage de Manantali et des investissements connexes réalisés au Sénégal, en Mauritanie et au Mal
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Two main questions were asked in this evaluation: What has been the added value of the team? And how effective is the team as a working model for joint donor engagement in fragile states?
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This report evaluates Norwegian development co-operation in the fisheries sector over the period 1985–2006, covering bilateral development assistance and support to private sector development, with the emphasis on longer-term development impacts.
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The objectives of the program were to strengthen regional cooperation, strengthen regional institutions, strengthen scientific, technnological and environmental cooperation and support integration of new ASEAN members.
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La coopération décentralisée franco-marocaine est sans doute aujourd’hui, tant du point de vue du nombre de partenariats que de la qualité des relations entre collectivités, la plus fertile du pourtour méditerranéen.