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The Southern Africa Programme Evaluation (SAPE) is a five year evaluation of theUK Department for International Development’s (DFID) programme in Southern Africa from 2004 to 2009 with a focus on the period since 2006.
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Evaluatie van de CV binnen de partnerschapsrelatie tussen een Belgische NGO en hun partners in het Zuiden.
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Overall, the outcome of the Bank’s program is rated moderately unsatisfactory. As many of the objectives and outcome targets set by IDA were not met, the overall outcome of IDA support would be rated unsatisfactory.
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Stakeholders in China agree that important contributions by UNDP poverty reduction initiatives have been to integrate MDGs into China’s vision of a Xiaokang society and to strengthen the links between fiscal reforms and poverty reduction.
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In spite of the relatively small weight of its financial contribution in comparison with Nigeria’s earnings from oil, the Bank carried a great deal of influence as a source of objective advice and as a means of influencing perceptions of Nigeria.
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The relevance of the WBG strategy waned through the evaluation period, despite being broadly congruent with the country's own aspirations.
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This China Country Programme Evaluation (CPE) forms part of a sixth annual round of CPEs undertaken on behalf of DFID’s Evaluation Department. CPEs are conducted to provide accountability and lesson learning for DFID, based on the quality of delivery and engagement at country level.
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Evaluointiraportti 2010:4: The Sustainability Dimension in Addressing Poverty Reduction: Synthesis of Evaluations
This Synthesis of Evaluations brings together a total of 22 programmatic and thematic evaluation reports commissioned during 2008-2010 by the development evaluation office of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland.
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A joint evaluation of the agriculture and rural development policies and operations in Africa of the African Development Bank and the International Fund for Agricultural Development.
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“This approach has several purposes: building greater knowledge, confidence and use of evaluation systems by management, governing bodies and others; providing a suitable way of ‘evaluating the evaluators’; sharing good practice, experience and mutual learning.”