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The evaluation found a strategically well positioned and responsive programme that is aligned with national priorities and promotes United Nations values in the country.
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The assessment focused on results achieved in the two country programme cycles, 2002-2006 and 2007-2011, with a particular emphasis on the period since the last assessment completed in 2004.
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The objective of this evaluation was to identify progress made towards objectives, and to assess the value of UNDP's contribution to Ghana from 2002-2010.
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Program-based apparoaches have gradually been adopted and grew continually in the education sector. This has altered relations with Senegalese institutions, nd significantly changed the architecture of the delivery of Canadian assistance to Senegal.
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The Bank has participated within an increasingly better functioning framework of budget support in Ethiopia reflected in the lesser problems with disbursement that have been encountered.
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The report found that the degree of harmonisation and alignment of policy-based operations has improved significantly over the evaluation period. Policy dialogue and strategic engagement by the Rwanda field office also improved.
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The report shows that decentralisation has increased the efficiency of the policy-based operations implementation, but decision-making authority is still limited at country level.
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The overall assessment by the report was highly positive. Bank support was judged to have played an important role in supporting policy reform and institutional strengthening.
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Since 2008 the government of Sierra Leone appears to have a stronger strategic focus and direction. However there remain major concerns about corruption and fiscally unfavourable agreements with private companies, highlighted by high profile cases in relation to mining agreements.
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The report found that there has been a positive trend in AfDB participation in policy dialogue, but its capacity and added value in policy dialogue remains limited.