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Impact Measuring the Quest of the Grail? Ex Post Impact Evaluation of Four Bilateral Cooperation Projects
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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Ex-post Evaluation Report on the Project for Effective ICT Education at the College of Engineering and Technology, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
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.
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This evaluation determines whether the evaluated project achieved intended objectives in terms of the Development Assistance Committee's evaluation criteria.
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The purpose of the project was to determine whether the education project of interest achieved the objectives in terms relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, impact, and sustainability.
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This Learning Lessons reviews and analyzes lessons drawn from evaluation of Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) support to the education sector over the last 10 years.Lessons presented in this synthesis are not prescriptive. When viewed properly from a contextual perspective, they can help deepen understanding of ADB’s sector experience and provide inputs into the design and delivery of future projects.
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The Austrian Partnership Programme in Higher Education and Research for Development (APPEAR), is based on the Strategy for Higher Education and Scientific Cooperation of the Austrian Development Agency (ADA) and intends to implement the Strategy’s defined principles, specifications and best standards. The length of the first programme phase is five years and began in 2010.
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In order to support Macedonia in its effort to put an end to the emergency caused by the armed conflict of February-August 2001, the European Commission and the World Bank organised a conference of Donor Countries in March 2002 in Brussels, acknowledging the requests of the signatories of the Agreements of Ohrid.
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Danida Fellowship Centre manages and implements the Danida supported Fellowship Programme, which supports Capacity Development in developing countries by organizing and/or implementing courses, studies, research, study tours, seminars, etc. in Denmark as well as in developing countries.
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This report presents findings of the ICEIDA support to implementation of Functional Adult Literacy Programme (FALP) in Kalangala district Local Government. The main focus of the evaluation was to assess the outcomes and impacts of the Project and examine the effects on the beneficiaries. The evaluation paid special attention to the outcomes and impact of Functional Adult Literacy activities in Beach Management Units.