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The purpose of the evaluation is to clarify the relationship between development policy and cooperation programming, to describe the mechanisms that were used to translate policy into practice, and to identify strengths, weaknesses and lessons learned.
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The Gabon Country Assistance Evaluation (CAE) reviews assistance by the African Development Bank to Gabon over the 1996-2008 period, which covers 3 programming cycles, namely 1996-1998, 2003-2005 and 2006-2010, with each based on a Country Strategy Paper (CSP).
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The evidence from this evaluation indicates that Irish Aid has made a range of contributions to the reduction of poverty and inequality in Zambia. It was also closely aligned with Government of Zambia plans and strategies and Irish Aid corporate priorities.
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The main objectives of the evaluation were provision of an independent assessment to the Commission of the EU and to the wider public of the Commission`s past and current co-operation relations with Malawi.
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Overall, the EC's development cooperation programme in the Dominican Republic has been flexible over time and has contributed to reducing poverty in key sectors, but has not specifically targeted the socio-equity gap that is a major developmental issue in the country.
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The objective of Sweden's development cooperation with Serbia is to strengthen democracy and sustainable development in order to improve the conditions for accession to the EU.
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The performance in education, energy, and transport and information and communication technology has been successful, while public sector management, the tsunami emergency, and multisector support has been partly successful.
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The Chars Livelihoods Programme (CLP) is a major programme delivering a mix of welfare and development support to extremely poor households living on low-lying temporary sand islands (called chars) in Bangladesh. The 1st programme, CLP-1 delivered a tailored package of interventions to 90,684 households – of which 55,000 received a full package of support and are referred to as core beneficiary households.
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Overall the evaluation judges that the Irish Aid programme in Mozambique was generally relevant and well aligned with Mozambique's needs and priorities. It was efficient both in design and in implementation, and it has made effective contributions to Mozambique's overall progress.
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The evaluation found that UNDP contributions have been important in terms of responding to national priorities and government needs. During the period covered by the evaluation, UNDP technical support to the government strengthened institutional development and enhanced policy formulation.