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This Working Paper is a powerful concept for decision making and ex postassessments of development interventions, often treated rather superficially in project appraisal, project completion and evaluation reports.
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This evaluation presents the juridical framework of the decentralized franco-chinese co-operation and displays the role of both French and Chinese institutional actors. Based on an in-depth study of 4 hand-on cases, as well as on a large scale sample and representing territoriales collectivities, the evaluation alights the types of coordination of the franco-chinese actions.
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The weaknesses of the development cooperation of Finland included the rigidityof the organisation, and the highly centralised decision-making. The Ministry was neither particularly receptive to constructive criticism nor was it an organisation which harnessed lessons from the past.
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This Annual Evaluation Report 2010 highlights ex-post evaluations conducted byexternal evaluators, and provides a clear understanding of JICA’s aims and activities.
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The evaluation concluded that the Bank has made substantial progress in its use of Polic-Based Operations, moving away from past dependence on the IMF and the World Bank for design of its engagement in structural adjustment operations
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Several of this year’s evaluation reports point to a general problem in development cooperation. There is too little knowledge of the community where our assistance will be provided, particularly knowledge of local conditions.
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This is the 2010 annual report from the “Camões – Instituto da Cooperação e da Língua” (CICL)
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Evaluation of the Spanish Cooperation with Angola
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This brief provides highlights of recommendations for Sweden on influencing the European Commission and EU member states.
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The evaluation provides recommendations on what can be done to increase the Swedish field offices’ influence on field represen-tatives of other EU member states and the Commission.