31-August-2012

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Evaluation of the Sida and DFID funded Public Policy Information, Monitoring and Advocacy (PPIMA) project in Rwanda

The evaluation of the Public Policy Information, Monitoring and Advocacy (PPIMA) project evaluating the relevance, effectiveness, impact and sustainability of the programme. This civil society support project aimed at strengthening the interest among Rwandan civil society organizations (CSOs) and citizens in public policy affairs.

21-August-2012

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Evaluation of Norway’s International Climate and Forest Initiative: Lessons Learned from Support to Civil Society Organisations

Projects were selected for support largely on their individual merit, rather than with a view to building a portfolio of complementary activities that contribute as a whole to the achievement of the program's objectives. This lack of a clear portfolio approach, has at times led to some duplication of activities.

2-August-2012

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Evaluation of NGOs Information and Development Education Projects

The evaluation of the level of effectiveness, because of the limits of the formulation of objectives and indicators and the absence of verification of the level of benefit achieved, required the utilization of proxy indicators and data (above all, quantitative data from monitoring).

31-March-2012

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Evaluation of the School Sanitation and Village Sanitation Programme (EVA Programme)- Full report in French.

The Democratic Republic of Congo initiated in 2006 this School Sanitation and Village Sanitation (EVA) Programme with support from UNICEF, DFID, USAID, JICA, some NGOs and Local Committees. The overall of the EVA Programme in the 11 provinces where it is implemented in the DRC is "Ensure the survival and development of children by increasing the rate of access to clean water, improved sanitation and hygiene education".

31-March-2012

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Evaluation of the School Sanitation and Village Sanitation Programme (EVA Programme)- Executive Summary in English.

The Democratic Republic of Congo initiated in 2006 this School Sanitation and Village Sanitation (EVA) Programme with support from UNICEF, DFID, USAID, JICA, some NGOs and Local Committees. The overall of the EVA Programme in the 11 provinces where it is implemented in the DRC is "Ensure the survival and development of children by increasing the rate of access to clean water, improved sanitation and hygiene education".

15-March-2012

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Working Beyond Government: Evaluation of AusAID’s engagement with civil society in developing countries

The evaluation recommends that Australia build on current strategic approaches for engaging with civil society, work with local systems and partners, and apply good practice in the design of individual programs.

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