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This performance evaluation report provides a set of lessons from a sector-wide, reform-based health program in Indonesia going through a process of decentralizing government services since 1999. The findings from the evaluation will feed into higher-level evaluations, including validation of the country partnership strategy final review planned for 2014.
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The purpose of the evaluation is to make a wider assessment of Finland’s support in local governance and decentralisation in Kenya, Namibia, South Africa and Tanzania.
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EC support to decentralisation reforms was initiated with two main objectives in mind: to contribute to improved local governance; and to contribute to more effective and efficient delivery of local services.
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UNDP has responded positively to national Governments in extending support for local governance reforms; however, since that is demand-driven, it has at times resulted in an ad hoc rather than strategic approach.
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The Provincial Capacity Building Programme Phase II (PCaB) is a five-year program (2008-12). The goal of PCaB II is to strengthen the ability of provincial governments to manage their finances.This mid-term evaluation assesses whether the program is meeting these objectives.
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This special evaluation study presents the findings of an independent assessment of the Asian Development Bank's support for decentralization in Indonesia since the start of such support in 1998. The evaluation is intended to inform the preparation of the new country partnership strategy.<
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The DAC Peer Review of Denmark (from 2007) invited Denmark to evaluate its decentralised aid management.
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Summary Bolivia remains one of the poorest countries in Latin America. Its national poverty reduction strategy adopted in June 2001 carries forward the decentralisation policy of the 1990s, assigning to the municipal level, i.e. cities and districts, a central role in poverty eradication and hence in the implementation of the strategy. In view of their weak institutional and partially still unstable democratic structures, neither the