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Does Sida conceptualize the linkages between the environment and poverty reduction in accordance with global norm?
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The overall objective of this evaluation is to evaluate the external and internalcoherence of the conceptualizations of poverty-environment linkages found withinSida.
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The purpose of the evaluation was to assess relevance, effectiveness and efficiency of the HIV/AIDS Team.The evaluation concludes that the TEAM has added vitality to regional responses to HIV and AIDS in Africa.
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This report sets out the findings of an evaluation of UNDP’s evaluation activities at the country level. It draws conclusions about: general evaluation quality; the conduct and use of country office evaluations; and efforts undertaken by UNDP for strengthening evaluation capacities in partner countries.
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This report sets out the findings of an evaluation of the effectiveness and relevance of the management response system at IFAD – known as the “agreement at completion point” system.
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The Swedish Embassy has made great strides in developing the capacity to promote the integration of the principles of the rights perspective in programming. However, there remain challenges in further institutionalising and sustaining capacity develop-ment over time.
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The purpose of this evaluation is threefold: 1) to assess the outcome of Sida’s Trade-Related Assistance (TRA);2) to assess the relevance of such assistance; and 3) to assess the appropriateness of Sida’s results information system and of the management of TRA.
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The evaluation was carried out at the end of 2008 and early 2009 by a team of independent consultants, covering separately five sets of issues: the roles of the states and civil society, livelihoods and poverty, social relations, disaster risk mitigation, and capacity building.
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This report summarises the document review for the Joint Follow-up Evaluation of the Tsunami Evaluation Coalition – Second Study on Linking Relief Rehabilitation and Development (TEC LRRD 2). It is not an evaluative document but merely an overview of the available documentary sources.
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The failure to properly recognise the linkages between the environment and poverty reduction has previously been put forward as a critical shortcoming in Swedish development cooperation as well as in development cooperation in general.