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Lowering interest rates and, thus, the cost of borrowing in the rand zone (Lesotho, Namibia, Swaziland and South Africa) is a priority to promote investment and economic growth.
Amman, Jordan, 15 September 2004. The primary purpose of this meeting was to build on the momentum created by the first meeting of the MENA-OECD Investment Programme, reaffirming decisions, broadening participation/support and launching the initial phase of the Action Plan agreed at Amman.
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ASEAN is perhaps the developing country region that has been the most successful at attracting foreign direct investment and at incorporating foreign firms into national development strategies. There has nevertheless been a secular decline in investments in the region by multinational enterprises which began in some countries even before the Asian financial crisis in 1997. This trend, together with far greater investment going into
The DAC Network on Development Evaluation promotes joint evaluations as a tool for mutual accountability and learning. In order to enhance transparency and facilitate collaboration, members of the Network have agreed to systematically share future evaluation plans. The Network has served as the coordinating hub for major international joint evaluations.
The evaluation plan inventory is based on plans provided to the secretariat by members and will help members, when planning evaluations, to take into account what others are doing, and consider collaborative or joint work.
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Summary record of the first meeting of the DAC Network on Development Evaluation, 15 - 16 January 2004
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Evaluating General Budget Support Workshop (Final report), Glasgow (3-4 March 2003)
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Planning Workshop on Evaluation of General Budget Support (Brighton, 14 - 15 October 2003).
Brief overview of the current work on General Budget Support. Last updated 10 April 2006.
Eine neue Studie des OECD-Ausschusses für Entwicklungshilfe (DAC) und des Gemeinsamen Programms der Vereinten Nationen zu HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) zeigt einen eindeutigen Trend in Richtung einer Erhöhung der Hilfeleistungen bei der Aids-Bekämpfung.