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L’augmentation du nombre d’assistance technique ne présenterait, dans le contexte actuel, aucun intérêt particulier. Si des efforts doivent être faits, ils doivent aller dans le sens d’une amélioration de la gestion des ressources.
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This paper provides a brief review of Mexico's progressive movement from a sectoral to a government-wide Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) system.
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Le PRCC est un programme d'aide au commerce lancé par la DG Trésor et l'AFD en 2002. Il vise à améliorer les échanges commerciaux et les exportations des pays en développement (PED) par le renforcement des capacités commerciales de leurs agents économiques.
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The program is highly relevant for the current Ethiopian poverty reduction strategy. It is, however, doubtful at present whether it will succeed in achieving its more long-term aims as it has so far over-emphasised the supply side.
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This special study is an assessment of project completion reports (PCRs). It is performed annually by the Evaluation Department (EvD) and has been executed as part of EvD’s 2007 Work Programme.
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Between December 1994 and December 2004, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) approved seven technical assistance (TA) grants totaling $3.6 million to support the operation of the Pacific Financial Technical Assistance Centre (PFTAC). The International Monetary Fund (IMF) administers PFTAC, a regional project based in the Fiji Islands that provides services to 15 Pacific island countries (PIC). A group of multilateral and bilateral
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This evaluation examines the technical assistance (TA) provided by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to its member countries.
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The purpose of this evaluation is to examine technical assistance (TA) provided by the IMF to its member countries and to derive operational recommendations that can enhance the contribution of TA to the overall IMF mandate. The stated objectives of IMF TA were defined in the most recent policy statement on the subject. “In accord with the IMF's first Article of Agreement, the objective of the IMF's TA program is to contribute to the
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This AusAID Evaluation had two objectives. Firstly, it was to assess the relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, impact and sustainability of financial management capacity building activities in Samoa, Tonga and Vanuatu. Secondly, it was to identify effective methods to build capacity in the public finance sector in countries of the South Pacific. The Evaluation was to take into account both the recent shift in Australia’s aid policy
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This technical assistance performance audit report covers the performance of sixtechnical assistance (TA) projects for strengthening the audit capability of the office of the auditor general (OAG), or its equivalent, in 12 Pacific developing member countries (PDMCs) of the Asian Development Bank (ADB). The TAs, for a total grant amount of $2.1 million, were approved between 1989 and 2000. Two of them, namely TA 1389-KIR and TA