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This evaluation aims to examine the effectiveness of KOICA's technical and vocational education and training projects (TVET). In particular, in cases where the TVET sector is selected as a priority sector in the government-wide Country Partnership Strategy. It aims to inspect whether the context of a specific country is properly reflected to achieve results for individual projects and for the TVET sector as a whole.
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Thanks to the establishment of the IT college, many Danang IT major hopefuls are now able to get involved in the quality IT training, consequently providing well-qualified IT workers in the community. Also, it helped vitalize the local market economy as well as contributed to attract some enterprises in the IT complex in Danang such as IT Park and hi-tech Zone.
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More than 600 students have been educated at Industrial Training Center Thagaya since 2009, with more than 63% of the graduates being employed since 2010. The newer, higher quality equipment at Industrial Training Center Thagaya also helped improve the quality of labor, providing a positive influence on the local and domestic industry in Myanmar. As a result, this project was evaluated as being very effective.
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The project was not able to meet the student enrollment or graduation rates. However, 379 students were educated and trained in the four departments of the Jaffna College of Technology in 2013, with another 31 students are expected to graduate from the ICT Department in 2014. Therefore, the project was evaluated as being somewhat effective.
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The evaluation revealed to attain the job training system establishment in poor fashion, and the faults are seen to be related in partial expertise sent to promote the project. The experts of conduct was from engineering sector and had not participated in other field; labor market analysis, management, curriculum development, finance, etc.
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The primary purpose of this evaluation is to analyse success-factors or failure-factors and to draw lessons for future similar projects. Also, to suggest improvements for project system in terms of policy, and apply them to grant-type aid policy, and ultimately to contribute to the quality of aid.
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Le premier objectif de cette évaluation pilote a été de rendre compte des résultats et de l'impact de quatre projets gouvernementaux et de tirer des leçons de l'expérience en vue d'améliorer les pratiques de la coopération belge dans le domaine de l'évaluation d'impact. L'évaluation conclut à la pertinence de la combinaison de méthodes qualitatives et quantitatives dans le même processus d'évaluation.
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This first pilot evaluation objective was both to report on the outcomes and the impact of four governmental projects and to learn from experience with a view to improving Belgian cooperation practices in the field of impact evaluation. The evaluation concludes to the relevance of combining qualitative and quantitative methods in the same evaluation process.
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This is an ex-post evaluation for the project to enhance the Bangladesh Mirpur Vocational Training Center by KOICA. The primary purpose of this evaluation is to analyse success factors or failure factors and to draw lessons for future similar projects. Also, the evaluation suggests improvements for project systems in terms of policy, and apply them to grant type aid policy, and ultimately to contribute to the quality of aid.
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This report evaluates the information and communications technologies education capacity building project carried out by KOICA at the College of Engineering and Technology of University of Dar Es Salaam in Tanzania. Following the evaluation criteria recommended by OECD/DAC, the report focuses on the analysis of the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, sustainability, and impact of the project.