18-August-2014

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Ex-post evaluation report on the project for modernization of communication and information system of the state ministries of the Republic of Paraguay

The project was started in 2006 upon an official request of the government of Paraguay. The project was successfully implemented until 2009, and the outcomes of the project has been actively used since then. The ex-post evaluation as was undertaken in this report intends to evaluate the prolonged performance of the project.

18-August-2014

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Ex-post evaluation report on the project for establishment of an e-procurement pilot system in Vietnam

The purpose of this ex-post evaluation study was to examine whether the project was well conducted and thus achieved the goals and expected outcomes, focusing on long-term effects. Overall, the e-procurement pilot system was evaluated "successfully implemented" by getting 9 out of 12 points.

24-April-2014

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Ex-Post Evaluation Report on the Project for Establishing Government Integrated Data Center in Nepal

Since official development assistance on Nepal regarding various e‐Government projects is increasing, KOICA will contribute to the efficiency and effectiveness of these projects ex‐post evaluation. Also, KOICA supported a project in implementing a Government Integrated Data Center in Nepal (2007‐2009).

24-April-2014

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Ex-Post Evaluation Report on the Two e-Government Projects in Mongolia

The national data center project has been promoted as a core part of e‐Government official development assistance for Mongolia by KOICA, and gave a positive effect on other countries and international organizations such as the Asian Development Bank in supporting information and communications technologies official development assistance for Mongolia.

6-January-2014

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Evaluation of Visibility of EU External Action Volume 9 – Annexes Part 8

The public image of the EU’s external action is substantially in line with what the EU itself has sought to promote. Stakeholders are however often critical of the quality of the EU’s image and feel there is often a gap between rhetoric and reality.

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6-January-2014

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Evaluation of Visibility of EU External Action Volume 8 – Annexes Part 7

The public image of the EU’s external action is substantially in line with what the EU itself has sought to promote. Stakeholders are however often critical of the quality of the EU’s image and feel there is often a gap between rhetoric and reality.

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6-January-2014

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Evaluation of Visibility of EU External Action Volume 7 – Annexes Part 6

The public image of the EU’s external action is substantially in line with what the EU itself has sought to promote. Stakeholders are however often critical of the quality of the EU’s image and feel there is often a gap between rhetoric and reality.

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6-January-2014

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Evaluation of Visibility of EU External Action Volume 6 – Annexes Part 5

The public image of the EU’s external action is substantially in line with what the EU itself has sought to promote. Stakeholders are however often critical of the quality of the EU’s image and feel there is often a gap between rhetoric and reality.

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6-January-2014

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Evaluation of Visibility of EU External Action Volume 5 – Annexes Part 4

The public image of the EU’s external action is substantially in line with what the EU itself has sought to promote. Stakeholders are however often critical of the quality of the EU’s image and feel there is often a gap between rhetoric and reality.

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6-January-2014

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Evaluation of Visibility of EU External Action Volume 4 – Annexes Part 3

The public image of the EU’s external action is substantially in line with what the EU itself has sought to promote. Stakeholders are however often critical of the quality of the EU’s image and feel there is often a gap between rhetoric and reality.

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