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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.
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Evaluation is a tool for better implementation or supervision of the project, presenting participants with information regarding the needs of the recipient society, smooth implementation of the project, impacts made on the recipient society, and factors affecting implementation of the project, etc., through the entire process of implementation or supervision of the project.
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This document describes the evaluation Policy and Guidelines for evaluations of the Policy and Operations Evaluation Department (IOB) of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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The Guidelines are intended to support project partners which implement projects or programmes supported by the Austrian Development Cooperation (ADC) during the process of planning, commissioning and managing project and programme evaluations.
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The objectives of these guidelines is to set the standards to be followed by SECO evaluations and to support staff from the Directorate of Economic Cooperation and Development in SECO to plan and undertake evaluations. These guidelines are also a reference for consultants engaged in evaluating WE projects and programs.
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This is the Ireland's Evaluation Guidelines and policy from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFA)