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Opening Doors and Unlocking Potential – Key Lessons from an Evaluation of Support for Policy Influencing, Lobbying and Advocacy
An increasing number of donors have rediscovered the importance of civil society in creating the conditions for achieving sustainable development. The Netherlands follows this trend. The evaluation concludes that CSOs succeed to various degrees in placing issues higher on the agenda and in influencing policy. However, influencing policy implementation is far more difficult to realise.
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The Adaptation Learning Program facilitates community-based adaptation in a selection of climate-vulnerable communities in four countries. The purpose of this final evaluation is to provide qualitative and quantitative evidence of program outcomes against the ALP logframe; and to assess the quality and value of ALP approaches to promote CBA through learning and influence at all levels of the program.
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This evaluation has allowed a better understanding of the situation in Laos in terms of DRR. The modalities and geographic areas of intervention of the NGOs evaluated also enabled the comparative analysis of their practices in the context of the country's situation. The evaluation also looked at issues that were of common interest to all three actors and analysed the application and effects of the MAEE's Humanitarian Aid strategy.
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Evaluation of the EU Support to Environment and Climate Change in Third Countries (2007-2013) - Main report
The support has been relevant at country, regional and global levels, and has paved the way for increased prioritization of environment and climate change in current programming. The combination of thematic and geographic instruments has been reasonably effective in reaching the overarching policy goals. Mainstreaming has been more effective than in earlier periods, but there is still much improvement that can be made.
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Renewable energy – Policy review on the Dutch contribution to renewable energy and development 2004-2014
At international level, renewable energy is increasingly seen as important for climate and for the availability of energy for domestic use. Thus there is a need for the Netherlands to have a clear vision on its renewable energy and development policy. Maintaining and further developing Dutch expertise and experience in this field is essential if the Netherlands intends to continue influencing the policy of inter/national organisations.
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Denmark has made substantial contributions to mitigating the impact of climate change by supporting activities that will result in emissions reduction. This evaluation aimed at understanding what works, what does not and why. Denmark's investments have supported poorer countries’ adaptation to the effects of climate change through support for policy development and increasing the resilience of land-use practices and infrastructure.
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The purpose of this report is to assess whether and in what way these interventions have achieved the expected results. External experts carried out an independent assessment covering the period 2000-2012. This report is the third of its kind, following the report on Effectiveness in the Water Sector (2008) and in the Agricultural Sector (2010).
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This report presents the findings of a real-time evaluation of Norway’s International Climate and Forest Initiative support of efforts to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation, taking into account forest conservation, sustainable management of forests and the enhancement of forest carbon stocks (REDD+). Annexes
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Real-Time Evaluation of Norway’s International Climate and Forest Initiative Synthesising Report 2007-2013
This report presents the findings of a real-time evaluation of Norway’s International Climate and Forest Initiative support of efforts to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation, taking into account forest conservation, sustainable management of forests and the enhancement of forest carbon stocks (REDD+).
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Notre aide au développement est-elle verte? Evaluation thématique de la coopération belge en matière d’environnement
Cette évaluation couvre l'APD belge sur 2002-2012, période du premier papier sur la stratégie environnementale. L'évaluation conclut que la prise en compte de l’environnement par les services de développement de la coopération belge donne des résultats positifs, mais non quantifiables. La pression sur l'environnement des activités de coopération a été réduite et les conditions d'une gestion durable de l'environnement ont été améliorées.