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The evaluation found that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has struggled with mainstreaming the equal rights for women and men principle into development aid policies. The report calls for increasing gender sensitivity, for analysing women’s specific constraints, needs and priorities. It underlines the importance of a long-term commitment to gender equality coupled with a sensible dose of realism on what effectively can be accomplished.
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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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Japan’s ODA policies in the health sector are generally consistent with the trends in the international community’s assistance shown in the MDGs. However, Japan’s assistance has been mainly for neighbouring countries, while many Sub-Saharan Africa countries have serious health problems. This discrepancy is because of Japan’s “national interest” in creating friendly relationships with neighbour countries through ODA.
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This report begins with a short summary of the five key findings of Global Health 2035 including a discussion of the Commission on Investing in Health's vision for the future of development assistance for health. This is followed by a set of aims for this current study. It also proposes a new classification of development assistance for health that be helpful in discussions of the role of external assistance in the post-2015 era
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Evaluation of the Danish strategy for the promotion of sexual and reproductive health and rights 2006-2013
In 2013, Danida decided to carry out an evaluation of Denmark’s Strategy for the Promotion of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights(SRHR). The Strategy provides the framework for Danish support to SRHR. The decision to undertake an evaluation was based on the continued priority of place given to SRHR in Danish development assistance and the expectation that the Strategy will continue to guide engagement in the area.
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These guidelines aim to provide practical information to set a management system according to a project cycle. The guidelines are set to design KOICA's health sector projects in accordance with the KOICA Health Sector Strategy (2011-2015) and to utilise the results information collected during the project management process in future projects' planning and implementation.
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Joint evaluation report on the project to strengthen control of vector-borne diseases to lessen the impact of climate change in Mongolia
The Vectorborne Disease Project in Mongolia aimed to mitigate the risks of tick-borne diseases and plague.The analysis indicated satisfactory achievements for all of the expected outputs. This project helped create a window of opportunity for improving the surveillance system of infectious diseases in Mongolia.
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Ex-post evaluation report on the project for the improvement of maternal and neonatal health in Guatemala
This project is an extension of the “Maternal and Child Health Project at Chimaltenango, Guatemala”, in which the effectiveness of local training programs was highly approved through a project completion evaluation. The project is conducted to clarify the success and failure factors of the previous project, and to examine the sustainability of its outcomes and impact.
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Ex-post evaluation report on the program for the improvement of maternal and child health in Chimaltenango
The “Maternal and Child Health Project at Chimaltenango, Guatemala consists of the elements for the improvement of Guatemala’s basic maternal and child health infrastructure such as construction of maternal and child health center, construction of public clinic, and capacity building for nurses and healthcare providers.
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Ex-post evaluation report on the third phase of the project for upgrading the Korea-Vietnam friendship clinic in Hanoi
KOICA seeks to fulfil its purpose of promoting people’s health in developing countries both by enhancing the health and medical environment and by improving the access to health and medical services. It is therefore, necessary to conduct an ex-post evaluation for terminated hospital construction projects, analysing the success factors as well as the limitations thereby drawing future-oriented recommendations for health projects.