L’évaluation de la coopération française dans le domaine de la formation initiale et continue des magistrats et personnels judiciaires couvre la période 1999-2009. Elle porte sur l’ensemble des instruments français de coopération et des pays bénéficiaires, une centaine environ.
Ce rapport rend compte de 3 expériences auprès de partenaires d’Afrique subsaharienne résidant en Guinée équatoriale, au Togo et au Kenya. S’appuyant sur les demandes de l’AFREA, relayées par les objectifs d’Accra relatifs au renforcement des capacités au Sud, et ceux de bonne gouvernance, la coopération française a proposé ces actions de formation pour contribuer à développer un vivier d’évaluateurs du développement dans la zone.
Norwegian support for democratic development and UN agencies’ roles in this arekey tenets in Norway’s development assistance. The UN role is seen as particularlyrelevant in fragile situations.
These case reports are not independent evaluations of the programmes or projects discussed, but rather studies of both the decisions taken by Norway and the UN to support the particular democratic development process.
This study is part of a broader evaluation of donor support to Public Financial Management reforms in developing countries. It brings together available quantitative evidence on the quality of these systems
This one of seven studies is carried out in the context of an extensive evaluation of the impacts of capacity development activities financed through Dutch development organizations.
In terms of strategies and approaches, the five Swedish projects in Colombia are quite diverse. All of the projects are difficult to assess with respect to fulfilment of objectives, due to the way objectives have been formulated and problems of attribution.
This report presents the findings of the country study on Ukraine, undertaken as an input to the evaluation of democracy support through Swedish party affiliated organisations (PAOs). The Swedish PAOs have been engaged in cooperation with Ukraine since the mid or late 1990s.
While it had been envisaged that the operation would lead both to greater engagement in financial sector reform in Egypt, and to a follow-on operation, neither of these transpired.
Traditional democracy support only is likely to yield few concrete results. And projects focusing only on concrete – that is, public works – tend to be few and expensive, of questionable quality and often not reflecting priorities within the community.