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This report sets out the Assessment of Development Results objectives and method, and presents the findings and recommendations of UNDP's contribution to Turkey's development.
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The Southern Africa Programme Evaluation (SAPE) is a five year evaluation of theUK Department for International Development’s (DFID) programme in Southern Africa from 2004 to 2009 with a focus on the period since 2006.
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The independent review of the PNG-Australia Development Cooperation Treaty was jointly commissioned by the PNG and Australian Governments. The review is a demonstration of the Australian and Papua New Guinean Governments’ strong commitment to improving the effectiveness of the aid program in PNG
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The relevance of the WBG strategy waned through the evaluation period, despite being broadly congruent with the country's own aspirations.
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Stakeholders in China agree that important contributions by UNDP poverty reduction initiatives have been to integrate MDGs into China’s vision of a Xiaokang society and to strengthen the links between fiscal reforms and poverty reduction.
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Overall, the outcome of the Bank’s program is rated moderately unsatisfactory. As many of the objectives and outcome targets set by IDA were not met, the overall outcome of IDA support would be rated unsatisfactory.
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In spite of the relatively small weight of its financial contribution in comparison with Nigeria’s earnings from oil, the Bank carried a great deal of influence as a source of objective advice and as a means of influencing perceptions of Nigeria.
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This China Country Programme Evaluation (CPE) forms part of a sixth annual round of CPEs undertaken on behalf of DFID’s Evaluation Department. CPEs are conducted to provide accountability and lesson learning for DFID, based on the quality of delivery and engagement at country level.
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Although UNDP interventions are relevant and provide a justified response to national needs, they are sometimes not sufficiently fitted to ministries’ priorities and they may also tend to over-stretch government capacity.
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This ADR aims to assess the overall contribution of UNDP to development in the country during the past two programming cycles (2001-2005 and 2006-2010) and to draw lessons for future strategies, particularly for the next programming cycle of 2011-2015.