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The Country Program Evaluation (CPE) assessed the overall performance and results of CIDA''s interventions in Mozambique from 2004-2005 to 2008-2009, a five-year period corresponding to CIDA's latest Country Development Programming Framework (CDPF) for Mozambique.
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This evaluation of DFID’s country programme in Yemen is one of a series of regular Country Programme Evaluations (CPEs) commissioned by DFID’s Evaluation Department.
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The purpose of this evaluation was to assess all aspects of the Finnish development cooperation in Ethiopia: the development needs, policies and political, economic and social situation.
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The Bank’s program contained a relatively high percentage of fastdisbursing policy-based lending and a relatively low percentage of direct lending to the private sector without sovereign guarantee.
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The purpose of this report is to present an assessment of the contributions of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) to development results in Zambia in the period2002 to 2009.
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The Ethiopia Country Program Evaluation (CPE) assessed the overall performance and results of CIDA's interventions in Ethiopia from 2003-04 to 2008-09, a five-year period corresponding to the implementation of the Agency's County Development Program Framework (CDPF) for Ethiopia.
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This evaluation of DFID’s country programme in DRC is commissioned by DFID’s Evaluation Department. These studies are intended to improve performance, contribute to lesson learning and inform the development of future strategy at country level.
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En este informe se presenta una evaluación del Programa de País del Banco con Barbados para el período 2005-2009.
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This report presents an evaluation of the Bank’s Country Program in Barbados over the period 2005-2009.
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The period under evaluation, 2003-8, was marked by the consequences of Jamaica’s financial crisis which had erupted in 1995. During the crisis, the Bank remained the major multilateral partner engaged in the country.