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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.
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The main client for this first comprehensive evaluation of CIDA's investments in Vietnam is CIDA's senior management. Its objective was to assess the results and performance of the program and to make recommendations for improvement where possible.
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This report presents the findings of an evaluation carried out in February through May 2010, of the Joint Assistance Strategy for Zambia (JASZ), which was developed over the period 2005-07, and which was signed in 2007, to cover a three year period.
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While PAOs can potentially make important contributions, the results of the projects studied are found to be very mixed and problems in relation to project design and management have been observed.
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This evaluation concerns the first cooperation strategy assessed by SADEV – thecooperation strategy for Zambia 2008-2011. The cooperation strategy includes eight areas of cooperation, of which health and HIV/AIDS, agriculture and energy comprise the main sectors.
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The evaluation assesses whether the Strategy, as expressed in the Government Resolution of April 4th 2007, has contributed – or can be expected to contribute - to quality assurance and effectiveness in multilateral development cooperation.
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By assessing compliance and organizational aspects the evaluation aims at strength-ened capacity of both Sida and the authorities to achieve development impact in coop-erating countries.
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SADEV is planning a series of evaluations of Swedish support to the legal sector, the first of which is presented below and deals with Sida’s support to justice in reconciliation processes conflict or a post-conflict situation.
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This report describes the results and conclusions of the evaluation of Belgian NGOpartnerships and capacity development (CD) carried out by the HIVA/ACEEurope/IOB consortium at the request of the Special Evaluation Office (SEO) of the FPS Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade and Development Co
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The overall purpose of this evaluation is to ensure accountability for the use of allocated resources as well as to promote a lesson-learning culture in EC development cooperation.