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The Health Results Innovations Trust Fund is a multi-donor trust fund supported by the governments of Norway and the United Kingdom and managed by the World Bank. This evaluation is the first in a series of evaluations which will take place over the course of the programme.
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DFID's choice of UNDP as the primary channel for electoral assistance is credible. DFID should, however, make efforts to cultivate alternative or additional deliverypartners to complement its work with UNDP.
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The purpose of the review is to provide an independent and evidence-based assessment of the humanitarian and development effectiveness of WFP operations (hereafter referred to as "programs") for use by external stakeholders, primarily bilateral development agencies.
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The purpose of the review is to provide an independent and evidence-based assessment of the development effectiveness of UNDP programs for use by external stakeholders, primarily bilateral development agencies.
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The Department of Finance, in cooperation with Irish Aid, produces an Annual Report detailing and evaluating Ireland’s participation in the World Bank and IMF.
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The panel finds that, generally, evaluations conducted are balanced, producing reports of good quality and that the evaluations carried out have been found to be useful. There presently, however, no Evaluation Policy in place and no clear definition of roles for evaluation planning.
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The purpose of this Professional Peer Review is to provide an independent assessment of the functioning and quality of the UNEP evaluation function. The peer review serves to enhance knowledge about, confidence in and use of evaluations by governing bodies of UNEP.
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This report covers DFID’s systems and controls of assessment but not the value for money or effectiveness of the programmes themselves.
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DFID provides effective oversight of the World Bank, as a shareholder and as a donor. DFID and the UK Delegation to the World Bank engage effectively with the Bank’s management to influence priorities, monitor delivery, improve effectiveness and learn from their experience.
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As a tool for producing experienced development practitioners, the programme is very effective. Clearer policy and relevant logical actions are required though to achieve greater retention within the multilateral organisation following the assignment.