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The programme is a valuable instrument and is worth continuing. But, at the same time, its profile as a volunteer service for development should be sharpened, for example as regards the selection of sending organisations or the recognition of placements.
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The purpose of the evaluation is to provide an external and independent view on the different dimensions of the training programme, including institutional set-up, programme concept, contents and working modalities.
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The evaluation is meant to deepen the understanding of the results-based approach and management requirements. Managing for results depends not only on technical methodology, but also on the way the development cooperation programme is organised and managed.
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Given that Managing for Development Results (MfDR) mainstreaming activities are still ongoing, the primary evaluative focus of the study is on the process and institutional changes within ADB, rather than on actual results on the ground, which would largely be premature at this stage.
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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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This Working Paper is a powerful concept for decision making and ex postassessments of development interventions, often treated rather superficially in project appraisal, project completion and evaluation reports.
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The Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad) commissioned asix-month study of the International Organization for Migration’s (IOM) countertrafficking efforts funded by the Norwegian Government.
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This evaluation has been commissioned by the Evaluation Department of Norad toassess the efficiency and effectiveness of the Transparency International Secretariat(TI-S) in combating corruption.
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In 2008, the High Commissioner for Refugees launched a Special Iniative on Protracted Refugee Situations (PRS) to promote durable solutions and improvements in the life of these refugees.
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This evaluation assesses the efficiency, effectiveness, and relevance of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Joint Organisation Strategy (JOS), which is a four-way agreement between UNHCR and Canada, Denmark, and the United Kingdom (UK).