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IFC’s interventions are designed to contribute to growth, although it has been challenging for the Corporation to integrate distributional aspects in projects. Fewer than half the projects reviewed included evidence of poverty and distributional aspects in project design.
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The proposition driving this evaluation is that a nexus of issues closely link poverty alleviation and environmental protection and sustainability.
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A synthesis report of recently completed evaluations of the Australian aid program’s efforts to improve the delivery of basic services for the poor.
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The Meghnaghat Power Project has demonstrated how to plan, prepare, and implement a successful power plant privately owned and operated by an independent power producer in Bangladesh.
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In reviewing the three major sectors of support, namely rural development, health, and education, our assessment is that impacts have been scattered and for the most part not sustainable. Lao PDR is a difficult country in which to carry out traditional large, Government agency implemented projec
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The most important purpose of the evaluation is to understand Dutch interventions. It is not a process evaluation in which the execution of the intervention is followed closely in real time, but a retrospective analysis of a policy process.
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This report is the annual report 2008 of the Evaluation of Norwegian Development Cooperation.
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In an uncertain economic context and given the scale of the challenges, fresh impetus needs to be given to international cooperation, in terms of objectives, coordination and innovative approaches to resources and instruments.
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A Case Study from the 2006 Annual Evaluation Review In 2004, the Asian Development Bank updated the sector and thematic classification and identified irrigation and drainage (ID) as one of the subsectors under the agriculture and natural resources sector.
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This is a report from an evaluation of the management of donor exits from partner countries and related transformations of aid relationships, an important aspect of development cooperation that has so far not received much attention in evaluations.