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Evaluation of the Danish strategy for the promotion of sexual and reproductive health and rights 2006-2013

In 2013, Danida decided to carry out an evaluation of Denmark’s Strategy for the Promotion of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights(SRHR). The Strategy provides the framework for Danish support to SRHR. The decision to undertake an evaluation was based on the continued priority of place given to SRHR in Danish development assistance and the expectation that the Strategy will continue to guide engagement in the area.


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Research on means of results-based management for the development consulting project "DEEP"

The main objectives of the results-based management of development study programme is first, to provide an important source of basic information in policy decisions to determine the feasibility of development planning and projects and second, capacity development through consulting services, technical support, the provision of know-how.


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2013 beneficiary satisfaction survey on KOICA's ODA programme worldwide

The 2013 survey aimed to asses overall satisfaction levels and progress with regards to KOICA’s ODA programmes and projects. By analysing factors that contributed to satisfaction and/or dissatisfaction among beneficiary countries, this survey should serve as foundational material from which overall satisfaction and project effectiveness can be gauged.


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Learning from Australian Aid Operational Evaluations

Building on the quality review, this report synthesises the findings of the 64 evaluations assessed as credible and offering lessons of potential value to a wider audience. The purpose of this synthesis report is to inform and improve aid programme design and management. The report identifies nine key lessons for improving the effectiveness of the Australian aid programme.

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Quality of Australian Aid Operational Evaluations

The Quality of Australian aid operational evaluations assesses the credibility of the evaluations themselves, as well as the factors influencing evaluation quality and utility. It finds that 74 per cent are credible and provide robust evidence about the performance of the Australian aid programme. The review includes lessons for programme areas that commission evaluations.

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Evaluation Report on Policy and Implementation Status of Untying Aid

This study assesses the relevance, efficiency and effectiveness of KOICA's policy, strategies and the implementation system of untying aid as well as the representative policy implementation projects were. The study also provides suggestions based on practical implications to improve the system of implementing the policy for untying aid based on the issues, implications and lessons learned from the evaluation are provided.


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Rapid Review of Embedding Evaluation in UK Department for International Development

Since 2009/10, there has been a drive within the Department for International Development (DFID)to strengthen the evidence base upon which policy and programme decisions are made. The primary purpose of this review is to inform DFID and the international development evaluation community of the progress made and the challenges and opportunities encountered in embedding evaluation across the organisation.


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Can We Demonstrate the Difference that Norwegian Aid Makes? Volume 2

This second volume contains contains annex 4-6 on Data and instruments; Comparator agency study; and Methodology and analytical framework.

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Can We Demonstrate the Difference that Norwegian Aid Makes? Volume 1

This report presents the findings, conclusions and recommendations from a study into the reasons why grants supported by the Norwegian Aid Administration are proving difficult to evaluate and therefore why it is hard to judge how successful Norway’s aid programme is. The first document includes annex 1-3; Terms of Reference, list of persons consulted and a table summarising findings, conclusions and recommendations.

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2012 Beneficiary Satisfaction Survey on KOICA's ODA Programme Worldwide

This survey aimed to assess overall satisfaction levels and progress with regards to KOICA’s official development assistance programmes and projects from the perspective of aid beneficiaries. Target groups consisted of ministry-level coordination agencies, lower-level coordination agencies,invited trainees of beneficiary countries and volunteer agencies.

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