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Ce rapport reprend les résultats et conclusions de l’évaluation sur les partenariats des ONG belges et le renforcement de capacités.
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The Office of Development Effectiveness (ODE) case study series: "Effective development approaches" to influence, inform and improve understanding of what works, and why.
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Special Evaluation Study on Asian Development Bank's Support to Fragile and Conflict-Affected Situations
The special evaluation study assesses the support provided by the Asian Development Bank to countries in fragile and conflict-affected situations.
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Special Evaluation Study on Post-Completion Sustainability of Asian Development Bank-Assisted Projects
For multilateral development banks, projects are conceived primarily as investment interventions. Assessment of sustainability is centered on the continuity of project outcomes over the life of the project.
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The Review of Irish Aid's Gender Equality Policy details an internal review which took place in 2009/2010 to identify the key challenges and areas of progress in the implementation of the Gender Equality Policy.
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This 2010 Annual Evaluation Review reports on the accomplishments of the Independent Evaluation Department of the Asian Development Bank in 2009, highlighting key lessons identified from the department's evaluations.
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This year’s Effectiveness Report examines the performance of Switzerland’s Economic Cooperation and Development in implementing its aid activities (Part I) and, for the first time, it focuses more thoroughly on a specific topic, namely the sustainability of its projects (Part II).
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The report looks at evaluations from 1998-2009, and highlights lessons learned from projects in 2010.
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Australia's development cooperation expanded in 2009 with new water and sanitaiton and food security initiatives under way, expansion of the Australia Awards to Africa, and designs for new civil society and maternal and child health initiatives started.