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The present document is an Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) guidance document Category B1 with normative character. It is primarily addressed to the staff of SDC. Further it serves as an information to other entities within the administration and to interested external partners.
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This document sets out the UK Department for International Development policy for the evaluation of its Official Development Assistance. It comes at a critical time as the external scrutiny of UK assistance is increasing. The public, as tax payers, and the media take a strong interest in the aid budget and its impact, and thus it is vital that DFID has a clear, transparent framework for the independent evaluation of its work.
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This policy establishes the scope and objectives served by evaluation in the EBRD. It sets out the principles guiding evaluation at the EBRD and the specific internal roles and responsibilities required to accomplish effective evaluation. In addition, it sets out specific provisions pertaining to the Chief Evaluator, the EvD work programme and budget, and EvD staff.
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The first edition of the ODA Evaluation Guidelines was compiled in 2003, based on the national and international theories in evaluations, as an indicator of MOFA ODA evaluation. This current seventh edition of the guidelines is being published after six times of revisions, incorporating the Ministry’s experience in the evaluation of ODA and the latest practices in this field.
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This document defines the operational policy for Activity evaluations that are commissioned by the New Zealand Aid Programme. It provides definition, rules, principles and criteria for Activity evaluations, and is intended for use by MFAT staff working within the New Zealand Aid Programme.
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The Australian Government is committed to improving aid effectiveness as the cornerstone of the aid program. This policy sets out the minimum expectations for performance management to support this commitment across the aid program.
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This is the Asutralian's (AusAID) Evaluation Guidelines
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This updated version of the DANIDA Evaluation Guidelines constitutes the basic framework for evaluations of Danish development cooperation. The guidelines replace the version published in 2006.
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The purpose of the policy is to establish a common institutional basis for the UNDP evaluation function. The policy seeks to increase transparency, coherence and efficiency in generating and using evaluative knowledge for organizational learning and effective management for results, and to support accountability.
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Those guidelines set out an ambitious re-commitment to learn as we do, updating our standards and practices to address contemporary needs. In an increasingly complex operating environment, the discipline of development demands a strong practice and use of evaluation as a crucial tool to inform our global development efforts,and to enable us to make hard choices based on the best available evidence.