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Job Description & Person Specification for the Evaluation Leader for the Tsunami Evaluation Coalition
This publication underlines the positive role that the integrated reform of a country’s security system can play in stabilising fragile, conflict-prone or conflict affected states.
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This report focuses on the role of official development assistance (ODA) to support the efforts of developing countries to improve their investment climate, including through policy capacity building. The experiences with intervention in areas such as regulatory reform, upgrading of infrastructure and strengthening the trade/investment linkage are reviewed. More targeted approaches to enhancing investment are also analysed, including
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Powerpoint presentation: Tsunami Evaluation Coalition (TEC): An introduction. Presentation by Rachel Houghton, ALNAP at the third meeting of the DAC Network on
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Powerpoint presentation: OVE's Experience with Impact Evaluations. Presentation made by the IADB at the third meeting of the DAC Network on Development Evaluation, 2 - 3 June 2005.
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Powerpoint presentation "Mutual review of development effectiveness in the context of NEPAD", made by the Deputy Director of the Development Cooperation Directorate, OECD, at the third meeting of the DAC Network on Development Evaluation, 2 - 3 June 2005.
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Powerpoint presentation - Joint Evaluations: Recent Experiences, Lessons Learned, Options for the Future. Presented at the third meeting of the DAC Network on Development Evaluation (2 - 3 June 2005) by Horst Breier, Consultant.
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Powerpoint presentation on "Impact evaluation" given by the World Bank at the third meeting of the DAC Network on Development Evaluation, 2 - 3 June 2005.
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EC standards and good practice
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The Quality Proforma was developed by ALNAP in 2000–01, through a process of drawing on contemporary evaluation criteria and what is commonly accepted asgood practice in the evaluation of humanitarian action (e.g., programme/policy/management/advocacy).