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Work in Progress – Evaluation of the ORET Programme : Investing in Public Infrastructure in Developing Countries
The Development Related Export Transactions program (ORET) is a subsidy facility. It has addressed important obstacles for development by co-financing the construction and rehabilitation of public infrastructure in developing countries. ORET has evolved from a programme of mere delivery of capital goods to a programme offering comprehensive infrastructure service packages that were also financially attractive for recipient governments.
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The purpose of ex-post evaluation is to improve future projects through feedback of the lessons learned in the process of a project's planning and implementation and to provide a basis for accountability, including the provision of information to the public. Through the evaluation of failures as well as successes, valuable information is generated, which, if properly fed back, can improve future cooperation programmes and projects.
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The evaluation has been conducted to estimate the process and outcome of the project and the cross-cutting issues - gender main-streaming and environment – focusing on effects and impacts. The effects and impacts derived from the project include not only direct but also indirect social, economic, institutional, environmental and other changes resulting from the activities.
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Ex-post evaluation report on the project for Irrigation Technology Capacity Building in Upper Myanmar
As the agricultural industry forms a great part of the total industries in Myanmar, the nation has made efforts to improve its agricultural productivity. Particularly, they have heavily invested in expanding irrigation area by developing sources for farming water such as dams or pumping stations. In this process, testing and analysis of soil and materials are very important for designing and manufacturing irrigation facilities.
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This report purports to evaluate the “Hlegu Township Rural Development Project in Myanmar” implemented by the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), which aims to propose a pilot model of the comprehensive rural development projects and spread the model to all rural areas in Myanmar.
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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.
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How green is our development assistance? Thematic evaluation of the Belgian cooperation in the field of environment
This evaluation covers Belgian ODA over the 2002-2012 first environment strategy paper period. The evaluation concludes that the environmental consideration of the Belgian Development Cooperation is giving positive but unquantifiable results. Pressure on the environment of cooperation activities has been reduced and the conditions for sustainable environmental management have been improved.
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The Mid Term Review (MTR) of the Programme of Assistance to the Fisheries Sector of Mozambique co-financed by Norway and Iceland took place in Mozambique from 27 February to 9 March 2012. It benefited from the guidance of His Excellency Victor Borges, Minister of Fisheries and met with all the institutions directly benefiting from the Programme.
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Mid-term performance evaluation of the USAID/West Africa Gambia-Senegal sustainable fisheries program : final report
This is a report on the mid-term evaluation of the Gambia-Senegal Sustainable Fisheries Program funded by USAID/West Africa. The project was implemented in The Gambia and Senegal by the University of Rhode Island Coastal Resources Center and the World Wildlife Fund. Per the requirements of USAID, this evaluation report covers The Gambia, where the majority of the on-the-ground activities occur, but not Senegal.
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This report evaluates Norwegian development co-operation in the fisheries sector over the period 1985–2006, covering bilateral development assistance and support to private sector development, with the emphasis on longer-term development impacts.