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This first country assistance program evaluation for India covered two decades (1986-2006), with emphasis on the more recent decade. The main objectives of the evaluation were to assess the performance of ADB’s operations in India.
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The scope of the evaluation included the overall EC co-operation and partnership with India, and in particular the EC-India Country Strategies from 1991 onwards.
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The present evaluation reviews the overall cooperation between the European Commission (EC) and Jordan over the period from 1996 to 2006.
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Ce rapport présente les résultats de l’évaluation de la coopération de la Commission européenne (CE) en Bolivie entre 1996 et 2006.
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Este estudio de evaluación tiene como objetivo central el proporcionar a la Comisión Europea (CE) una valoración de los resultados y hallazgos de su estrategia de cooperación regional en América Central (AC) en el periodo 1996-2006.
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This Country Assistance Evaluation will cover the strategy, program and outcomes of Bank assistance over nine years. This is the period of the restoration of democratic government in Nigeria following the death of General Abacha.
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The overall evaluation is intended to comple-ment the monitoring of the implementation of the Paris Declaration (PD) and encompasses two phases.
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Infrastructure plays a crucial role in the drive for achieving development by providing energy, transportation, and water. The Evaluation Coordination Group (ECG) recognizes the importance of this linkage, which we call the infrastructure-environment nexus.
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The study summarises experiences from country strategy or country programme evaluations. It looks at the possibility of applying such experiences on Swedish development cooperation in the light of recent changes in aid ideology and practice.
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The report synthesises lessons and implications from a rare learning exercise about Sida support for institutional development (ID) in Laos. Institutions are seen as the formal and informal 'rules of the game' for social interaction - a key to poverty reduction.