• 16-July-2013

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    DFID’s Health Programmes in Burma

    Burma (also known as Myanmar) is a fragile state, one of the poorest countries in Asia, with a long history of political unrest and armed conflict. Following elections in 2010, the country is now undergoing rapid change. The UK is the largest international donor to Burma. This review assesses whether DFID is achieving impact and value for money in Burma through its aid to the health sector.

  • 31-May-2013

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    Evaluation of Community Responses to HIV and AIDS

    Recognizing the need for a better understanding of the impact of community responses, the World Bank and DfID launched this evaluation in 2009, using a variety of methodologies, instruments, and country settings, the portfolio of 15 studies has produced rich and illuminating results helpful to policymakers, researchers, civil society, and evaluators. This document analyzes and synthesizes the findings.

  • 26-October-2012

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    Final Evaluation of the Three Diseases Fund - Myanmar

    The US$136 million, multi-donor, Three Diseases Fund (3DF) (2006-2011) was established to reduce the burden of communicable disease mortality and morbidity for HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis (TB) and malaria in Myanmar. The final evaluation of the 3DF aimed to document lessons learnt to inform future health funding and the evaluation of the Three Millennium Development Goal (3MDG) Fund.

  • 30-September-2012

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    Evaluation of the Department for International Development (DFID) Support to Healthcare Workers Salaries in Sierra Leone

    The Government of Sierra Leone (GoSL) Free Healthcare Initiative(FHCI) was launched to increase access to key healthcare services by removing user fees for priority groups specifically, pregnant women, lactating mothers, and children under five.. DFID SL has budgeted £10.3m to support higher salaries for healthcare workers over a five year period.

  • 17-May-2012

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    DFID’s Support for Health and Education in India

    The report looks at the UK’s support for health and education in Bihar State and concludes that it has made a positive contribution to improvements in these areas.

  • 31-March-2012

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    Evaluation of the School Sanitation and Village Sanitation Programme (EVA Programme)- Full report in French.

    The Democratic Republic of Congo initiated in 2006 this School Sanitation and Village Sanitation (EVA) Programme with support from UNICEF, DFID, USAID, JICA, some NGOs and Local Committees. The overall of the EVA Programme in the 11 provinces where it is implemented in the DRC is "Ensure the survival and development of children by increasing the rate of access to clean water, improved sanitation and hygiene education".

  • 31-March-2012

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    Evaluation of the School Sanitation and Village Sanitation Programme (EVA Programme)- Executive Summary in English.

    The Democratic Republic of Congo initiated in 2006 this School Sanitation and Village Sanitation (EVA) Programme with support from UNICEF, DFID, USAID, JICA, some NGOs and Local Committees. The overall of the EVA Programme in the 11 provinces where it is implemented in the DRC is "Ensure the survival and development of children by increasing the rate of access to clean water, improved sanitation and hygiene education".

  • 23-November-2011

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    DFID's Support to the Health Sector in Zimbabwe

    The report has found that UK funds provide critical support and have had a substantial and positive impact, most notably for those living with HIV/AIDS.

  • 13-November-2008

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    Advance Market Commitment (AMC) for Pneumococcal Vaccines: Report of the Monitoring and Evaluability Committee

    This report recommends a monitoring and evaluation (M&E) framework for a pilot Advance Market Commitment (AMC) for a pneumococcal vaccine. It was prepared for the Monitoring and Evaluation Sub‐Group, on behalf of the AMC Donors’ Committee.