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Title: West Bank and Gaza, presidential elections, 9 January 2005
Title (other): European Union election observation mission : final report
Author (Corp. Body): EU Election Observation Mission | EU EOM | European Union Election Observation Mission
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Amt für Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid
Year: 2005
Language: en
Ressource: Länderinformationen | Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU countriesPresidential electionElectionPalestinian territories
Subject: European Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesPalestinian Territory
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Title: Human resources development and its links to the labour market in the West Bank and Gaza Strip
Table of Contents

PREFACE EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1. CURRENT SITUATION AND TRENDS IN HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT AND THE LABOUR MARKET
1.1 Economic context
1.2 Political and social context
1.3 Key features of the labour maket
1.4 Summary
2. STRUCTURE OF THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT SYSTEM
2.1 Formal school education
2.2 Higher education
2.3 Non-formal education and training
2.4 TVET in the context of human resources development
3. RECENT HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT REFORMS
3.1 TVET reform
3.2 Social partners
3.3 Progress and next steps
4. INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY, AND PLANNING, MONITORING AND EVALUATION RESOURCES
5. SUMMARY OF KEY FINDINGS
ANNEXES
Annex 1: List of people interviewed
Annex 2: National system-level interventions
Annex 3: Human resources development and investment
Annex 4: Basic labour statistics
ACRONYMS
REFERENCES
Author: Hashweh, Mazen | Sultana, Ronald G. | Skjølstrup, Karl-Axel
Contributer: European Training Foundation
Year: 2006
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 92-9157-484-8 | TA-X1-06-200-EN-C
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: labor market policyhuman resources management
Subject: Labour market
Countries Scheme: Palestinian Territory
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Title: MEDSTAT II : Domestic tourism manual
Abstract
The aim of this manual is to enable the Mediterranean Partner Countries (Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, occupied Palestinian territory, Syria, Tunisia and Turkey) to gather comparable information about their domestic tourism. The manual focuses on studying domestic tourism through household surveys, offering each country or institution the possibility to select the methods that best suit its needs and resources. This publication has been prepared within the framework of MEDSTAT II, the EU-funded regional Euro-Mediterranean Statistical Cooperation programme (see Statistical co-operation with Mediterranean countries). [Eurostat]
Series Title:Eurostat - Methodologies and working papers ; 2008
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Statistisches Amt, Luxemburg
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Amt für Veröffentlichungen, Luxemburg
Year: 2008
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-79-10179-3 | 1977-0375 | KS-RA-09-001-EN-N
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Keyword: CooperationMediterranean regionData collectionTourism research
Subject: International cooperationMiscellaneous industriesSurveys. Sampling. Censuses
Countries Scheme: EgyptAlgeriaMoroccoTunisiaIsrael
JordanLebanonPalestinian TerritorySyriaTurkey
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Title: EU / Palestinian Authority Action Plan
Title (other): Aktionsplan EU-Palästinesische Behörde | Plan d'action UE / Autorité Palestinienne
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Außenbeziehungen
Year: 2006
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Keyword: International cooperation
Subject: Development aid. Aid programmes and aid organizationsEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Palestinian Territory
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Title: EU - League of Arab States Relations : Prospects for Closer Parliamentary Cooperation
Abstract
The League of Arab States, a grouping of 22 Arab states established in 1945, has the potential to become the most important regional organisation in the greater Middle East. The changes triggered by the Arab Spring have led to the reorientation of the League's traditionally conservative policies on established Arab political regimes, while the civil wars in Libya and Syria have highlighted the League's potentially constructive role in supporting transition in the southern Mediterranean. The organisation's newfound relevance has been recognised by the European Union, which has worked to enhance the once-limited bilateral relations. A milestone for the partners' cooperation was the second EU - Arab League Foreign Affairs ministerial meeting, convened in Cairo in November 2012, which resulted in a joint declaration outlining an ambitious work programme in a range of fields. In parallel, the European Parliament has advanced inter-parliamentary cooperation with the newly-established permanent Arab Parliament composed by representatives of national parliaments. While the Arab Parliament's role is still limited, the organisation has the potential to grow in the future, as the region moves towards more democratic structures of governance. This provides impetus for the European Parliament to be proactive and enhance its cooperation with the Arab Parliament. In addition, closer relations with the Arab Parliament would allow the European Parliament to increase its visibility and interaction with national parliaments in Arab countries. [European Parliament]
Author: Kettis, Andreas
Series Title:European Parliament - Briefing Paper
Publisher: Europäische Union / Europäisches Parlament
Year: 2013
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: PE 491.494 | DG EXPO/B/PolDep/Note/2013_114
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: CooperationArab League
Subject: International relations
Countries Scheme: EgyptAlgeriaLibyaMoroccoTunisiaDjiboutiSomalia
SudanMauretaniaBahrainIraqYemenJordanQatarKuwaitLebanonOman
Palestinian TerritorySaudi ArabiaSyriaUnited Arab Emirates
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Title: Evaluation of the European Union’s Cooperation with the occupied Palestinian territory and support to the Palestinian
people : Final Report ; Volume 1
Title (other): Evaluation of the European Union’s Cooperation with the occupied Palestinian territory and support to the Palestinian
people : 2008 – 2013 : Final Report ; Volume 2 | «Fiche Contradictoire» : Evaluation of the European Union's
co-operation with Palestine and support to the Palestinian people ; Ref. Ares(2014)2403892 | Summary of the Evaluation
of the European Union's Copreration with Palestine and support to Palestinian People : REF . 1327 ; EVINFO | Evaluation
of the European Union’s cooperation with the occupied Palestinian territory and support to the Palestinian People :
Summary
Table of Contents
ACRONYMS
MAP
EXECUTIVESUMMARY
1. CONTEXT AND METHODOLOGY
1.1 OBJECTIVES AND SCOPE OF THE EVALUATION
1.2 NATIONAL CONTEXT AND EC COOPERATION RESPONSE
1.3 SPECIFIC NATURE OF THIS EVALUATION
1.4 METHODOLOGICAL CHALLENGES AND LIMITATIONS
2. ANSWERS TO THE EVALUATION QUESTIONS
2.1 EQ1: POLITICAL COHERENCE IN RELATIONS WITH PALESTINE
2.2 EQ2: POLITICAL COHERENCE OF EU EXTERNAL ACTION WITH KEY PLAYERS
2.3 EQ3: EU PROCESSES, RESOURCES AND CAPACITIES
2.4 EQ4: COOPERATION INSTRUMENTS
2.5 EQ5: STRATEGIC ALLIANCES
2.6 EQ6: GOVERNANCE
2.7 EQ7: SOCIAL SUPPORT
2.8 EQ8: PRIVATE SECTOR AND TRADE
2.9 EQ9: WATER, SANITATION AND LAND
3. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
3.1 CONCLUSIONS
3.2 RECOMMENDATIONS
List of tables
List of figures
| TABLE OF CONTENTS Volume 2
ANNEX 1: TERMS OF REFERENCES
ANNEX 2: BIBLIOGRAPHY
ANNEX 3: LIST OF PEOPLE INTERVIEWED
ANNEX 4: EVALUATION METHODOLOGY
ANNEX 5: DATA EVALUATION GRID
ANNEX 6: NATIONAL CONTEXT
ANNEX 7: INVENTORY OF DEVCO AND ECHO INTERVENTIONS
ANNEX 8: OTHERS DONORS’ COOPERATION
ANNEX 9: LIST OF DEVCO INTERVENTIONS IN PALESTINE
ANNEX 10: LIST OF ECHO INTERVENTIONS IN PALESTINE
ANNEX 11: COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PROJECTS “RESULT-ORIENTED MONITORING”
ANNEX 12: CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS MATRIX
Author (Corp. Body): Development Researcher’s Network
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | European Centre for Development Policy Management | Ecorys, Rotterdam | PARTICIP GmbH Consultants für Entwicklung und Umwelt, Fre
Year: 2014
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Contract No 2012/307554 Version 1 | Ref. Ares(2014)2403892
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: evaluationdevelopment aidEUgovernancecommercecooperationPalestinePalestinian territories
private sectorsocial supporteconomics of water supply and distribution
Subject: Development aid. Aid programmes and aid organizationsEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesPalestinian Territory
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Title: Evaluation of EU Joint Programming Process of Development Cooperation (2011 - 2015 ) : Final Report ; Volume I – Main
Report
Title (other): Evaluation of EU Joint Programming Process of Development Cooperation (2011 - 2015 ) : Final Report ; Volume II –
Annexes | Fiche contradictoire : Evaluation of the EU Joint Programming Process of Development Cooperation (2011 - 2015)
| Evaluation of EU Joint Programming Process of Development Cooperation (2011 - 2015 ) : Executive Summary | Evaluation
du processus de programmation conjointe de la coopération au développement de l’UE (2011 - 2015) : Résumé
Abstract
This evaluation was commissioned by the Evaluation Unit of the European Commission’s Directorate-General for International Cooperation and Development. It evaluates the European Union’s (EU) Joint Programming process during the period 2011-2015. It covers all regions and countries of EU development cooperation. It aims at providing the EU and the wider public with an overall independent assessment of the Joint Programming process, and, on this basis, to provide recommendations to improve current and inform the future Joint Programming process.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
RÉSUMÉ
1. EVALUATION OBJECTIVES AND CONTEXT
1.1 OBJECTIVES AND SCOPE OF THE EVALUATION
1.2 JOINT PROGRAMMING BACKGROUND AND PRINCIPLES
2. METHODOLOGY AND DATA SOURCES
2.1 OVERALL APPROACH AND PROCESS
2.2 INTERVENTION LOGIC
2.3 EVALUATION QUESTIONS
2.4 EVALUATION TOOLS
2.5 COUNTRY VISITS
2.6 CHALLENGES AND LIMITATIONS
3. RESPONSES TO THE EQS
3.1 EQ 1: GLOBAL AND COUNTRY-LEVEL CHALLENGES
3.2 EQ 2: JP AND AID FRAGMENTATION
3.3 EQ 3: JP AND AID TRANSPARENCY AND PREDICTABILITY
3.4 EQ 4: PARTNER COUNTRY OWNERSHIP AND LEADERSHIP
3.5 EQ 5: COHERENCE OF EU AND MS PROGRAMMING AND STRATEGIES
3.6 EQ 6: VISIBILITY OF EU DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS DUE TO JP
3.7 EQ 7: EU ORGANISATION TO ENSURE JP EFFICIENCY
3.8 EQ 8: JP AND TRANSACTION COSTS
4. CONCLUSIONS
4.1 OVERALL ASSESSMENT
4.2 CONCLUSIONS
4.3 ACHIEVEMENTS REFLECTED ON THE INTERVENTION LOGIC
5. RECOMMENDATIONS
5.1 IMPROVE AND UPDATE THE INTERVENTION LOGIC
5.2 KEEP JP STRATEGIC, FLEXIBLE, AND PRAGMATIC
5.3 CLARIFY AND REINFORCE THE ROLE OF ALL STAKEHOLDERS
List of tables
List of figures
List of Annexes in Volume II
| Volume II
ANNEX A. TERMS OF REFERENCE
ANNEX B. METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH
ANNEX C. DOCUMENTS CONSULTED
ANNEX D. PERSONS INTERVIEWED
ANNEX E. EVALUATION DATA MATRIX
ANNEX F. SURVEY RESULTS
ANNEX G. COUNTRY NOTE BOLIVIA
ANNEX H. COUNTRY NOTE CAMBODIA
ANNEX I. COUNTRY NOTE ETHIOPIA
ANNEX J. COUNTRY NOTE KENYA
ANNEX K. COUNTRY NOTE LAOS
ANNEX L. COUNTRY NOTE MALI
ANNEX M. COUNTRY NOTE MOLDOVA
ANNEX N. COUNTRY NOTE MOROCCO
ANNEX O. COUNTRY NOTE MOZAMBIQUE
ANNEX P. COUNTRY NOTE MYANMAR
ANNEX Q. COUNTRY NOTE PALESTINE
ANNEX R. COUNTRY NOTE RWANDA
ANNEX S. COUNTRY NOTE SENEGAL (FR)
ANNEX T. COUNTRY NOTE ZAMBIA
Author (Corp. Body): Aide a? la De?cision Economique
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Internationale Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung | COWI Consulting Engineers and Planners AS
Year: 2017
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Contract No EVA 2011/Lot 1 | N° 2015/368247/2
Language: en | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EthiopiaevaluationBoliviadevelopment aiddevelopment aid policyEUfinancial assistanceCambodia
KenyacooperationLaosMaliMoroccoMozambiqueMyanmarPalestinepartnershipRwanda
ZambiaSenegal
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community funds and other financial instrumentsEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesMoldovaBoliviaMoroccoEthiopia
KenyaMozambiqueRwandaZambiaMaliSenegalPalestinian TerritoryCambodiaLaosMyanmar
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Title: Evaluation of the EU aid delivery mechanism of delegated cooperation (2007 - 2014) : Final report ; Volume 1 – Main
report
Title (other): Evaluation of the EU aid delivery mechanism of delegated cooperation (2007 - 2014) : Final report ; Volume 2 – Context
to Information and Methodology | Evaluation of the EU aid delivery mechanism of delegated cooperation (2007 - 2014) :
Final report ; Volume 3 – Evaluation matrices | Evaluation of the EU aid delivery mechanism of delegated cooperation
(2007 - 2014) : Final report ; Volume 4 – Country Case Studies, Electronic data | Fiche contradictoire : Evaluation of
the EU aid delivery mechanism of delegated cooperation (2007 - 2014) | Evaluation of the EU aid delivery mechanism of
delegated cooperation (2007 - 2014) : Executive summary | Evaluation du mécanisme de cooperation déléguée de l’UE
(2007 ? 2014) : Résumé exécutif
Abstract
This evaluation studies the European Union (EU) aid delivery mechanism of delegated cooperation (DC) with EU Member States and third donor countries during the period 2007-2014. The main objectives of the evaluation are to provide an overall independent assessment of DC and to formulate recommendations to improve DC in the future.There are two types of delegated cooperation, namely:Delegation Agreements (DAs): funds entrusted by the European Commission to development cooperation entities from EU Member States or other donors; andTransfer Agreements (TAs): funds entrusted to the Commission by EU Member States, other governments, organisations or public donors.This evaluation covers DAs and TAs signed by the Commission during the years 2007-2014, except DAs which are part of financial blending arrangements and DAs funded with resources from the Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance (IPA), the Instrument contributing to Stability and Peace (IcSP), the Instrument for Stability (IfS) and the Rapid reaction Mechanism. All regions where DAs and TAs have been or are being implemented -except pre-accession countries- are part of the geographical scope of this evaluation. Contribution agreements concluded with international organisations are not covered in this evaluation.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Annexes
List of abbreviations
Executive summary
Résumé exécutif
Resumen ejecutivo
1 Introduction
1.1 Objectives and scope of the evaluation
1.2 Overview of the evaluation process
1.3 Formulation of the Evaluation Questions
1.4 Methodological approach and challenges
1.5 Structure of the report
2 Evolution of the Delegated Cooperation mechanism
2.1 The evolving aid effectiveness context for Delegated Cooperation
2.2 Origins of Delegated Cooperation
2.3 Analysis of Delegated Cooperation Guidance from 2007 onwards
2.4 Evolution of DAs and TAs and the main motives of DC partners
2.5 The relation between DC and new aid approaches and tools
3 Answers to Evaluation Questions
3.1 Transaction costs (EQ1)
3.2 Country ownership and leadership (EQ2)
3.3 Complementarity and added value (EQ3)
3.4 Aid fragmentation (EQ4)
3.5 Strengthened policy and systems alignment (EQ5)
3.6 EU Visibility (EQ6)
3.7 DA/TA ratio (EQ7)
3.8 Assessment of DC proposals (EQ8)
3.9 Quality of DC Cooperation (EQ9)
4 Conclusions and recommendations
4.1 Conclusions
4.2 Recommendations
| Volume 2: Context to Information and Methodology
2.1. Terms of references
2.2. Definitions of specific terms used in this evaluation
2.3. Pillar assessed organisations
2.4. List of documents consulted
2.5 List of persons consulted at headquarters
2.6. Methodological approach case studies
2.7. Additional information on policy and legal framework
2.8. Portfolio analysis
2.9. Dynamics of Delegated Cooperation
2.10. Quality of Evidence for Judgement Criteria
Volume 3
3.1 EQ 1: Transaction costs
3.1.1 Definition and scope of the EQ3.1.2 Rationale of the EQ
3.1.3 Methodological observations and challenges
3.1.4 Improved division of labour (JC 1.1)
3.1.5 More co-financing (JC 1.2)
3.1.6 Larger programmes (JC 1.3)
3.1.7 Use of single management systems (JC 1.4)
3.1.8 Reduction of number of active donors (JC 1.5)
3.1.9 Limited additional transaction costs (JC 1.6)
3.2 EQ 2: Ownership and leadership
3.2.1 Definition and scope
3.2.2 Rationale of the EQ
3.2.3 Methodological observations
3.2.4 Formulation of policies and strategies (JC 2.1)
3.2.5 Implementation & monitoring of policies (JC 2.2 & 2.3)
3.2.6 Reduction of number of active donors (JC 2.4)
3.3 EQ 3: Complementarity and Added Value
3.3.1 Definition and scope of the EQ
3.3.2 Rationale of the EQ
3.3.3 Methodological observations
3.3.4 Improved division of labour (JC 3.1)
3.3.5 Increased use of comparative advantages (JC 3.2)
3.3.6 Improved donor coordination and harmonisation (JC 3.3)
3.4 EQ 4: Aid Fragmentation
3.4.1 Definition and scope of the EQ
3.4.2 Rationale of the EQ
3.4.3 Methodological observations and challenges
3.4.4 Improved division of labour (JC 4.1)
3.4.5 More co-financing (JC 4.2)
3.4.6 Larger programmes (JC 4.3)
3.4.7 Improved donor coordination and harmonisation (JC 4.4)
3.5 EQ 5: Alignment
3.5.1 Definition and scope of the EQ
3.5.2 Rationale of the EQ
3.5.3 Methodological observations
| 3.5.4 Embedded in policies and strategies of partner country (JC 5.1)
3.5.5 Based on national procedures and systems (JC 5.2)
3.6 EQ 6: Visibility
3.6.1 Definition and scope of the EQ
3.6.2 Rationale of the EQ
3.6.3 Methodological observations
3.6.4 Visibility of the EU in Delegation Agreements (JC 6.1)
3.6.5 Visibility of the delegating donors in Transfer Agreements (JC 6.2)
3.7 EQ 7: Balance of DAs and TAs
3.7.1 Definition and scope of the EQ
3.7.2 Rationale of the EQ
3.7.3 Methodological observations
3.7.4 Inventory of TA/DA ratios
3.7.5 Constraints at the level of the EU (JC 7.1)
3.7.6 Constraints at the level of the (potential) TA partners (JC 7.2)
3.7.7 DAs are much more attractive than TAs (JC 7.3)
3.8 EQ 8: Assessment of DC proposals
3.8.1 Definition and scope of the EQ
3.8.2 Rationale of the EQ
3.8.3 Methodological observations
3.8.4 Motivation of EUD to enter into DC agreements (JC 8.1)
3.8.5 Appropriate format of Assessment Fiches (JC 8.2)
3.8.6 Quality of DA Assessment and Action Fiches (JC 8.3)
3.8.7 Quality of TA Assessment Fiches (JC 8.4)
3.9 EQ 9: Quality of cooperation
3.9.1 Definition and scope of the EQ
3.9.2 Rationale of the EQ
3.9.3 Methodological observations
3.9.4 Cooperation on the basis of clear rules and procedures (JC 9.1)
3.9.5 Provision of timely and adequate information (JC 9.2)
3.9.6 Quality of the coordination between the partners (JC 9.3, 9.4 & 9.5)
| Volume 4
4.1 Case study notes Benin
Executive Summary
Résumé exécutif
List of abbreviations
1 Introduction
2 Country context
3 Analysis of output-level indicators
4 Analysis of outcome-level indicators (EQ1-5)
5 Analysis of process and implementation aspects (EQ 5-9)
6 Conclusions
Annex A. List of people interviewed
Annex B. List of documents consulted
4.2 Case study notes Ghana
...
4.3 Case study notes on Mali
...
4.4 Case study notes on Mozambique
...
4.5 Case study notes on Nicaragua
...
Resumen ejecutivo
...
4.6 Case study notes on Palestine
...
4.7 Case study notes on Tanzania
...
4.8 Case study notes on Timor-Leste
...
4.9 Case study notes on Haiti
...
4.10 Case study notes Global Climate Change Alliance (GCCA)
...
4.11 Questionnaire
List of abbreviations
1 Introduction
2 Decision making process
3 Implementation process
4 Direct results (outputs) of Delegated Cooperation
5 Outcomes of Delegated Cooperation
6 Impact of Delegated Cooperation on aid effectiveness
7 The Future of Delegated Cooperation
8 Final remarks
Author (Corp. Body): ECORYS NEI
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Internationale Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung | European Centre for Development Policy Management | Lattanzio | Mokoro | PARTICIP GmbH Consultants für Entwicklung und Umwelt
Year: 2016
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Contract No EVA 2011 | Specific contract N° 2014/343011
Language: en | spa | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: Beninevaluationdevelopment aiddevelopment aid policyEUfinancial assistanceGhanaHaiti
cooperationMaliMozambiqueNicaraguaPalestineTanzaniaEast-Timor
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community funds and financial instruments. EIBEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesHaitiNicaraguaMozambiqueTanzania
BeninGhanaMaliPalestinian TerritoryTimor Leste
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Title: Exploring the potential for improving the existing European coordination mechanisms in Fragile States : Study based on
country case-studies ; Terms of Reference
Abstract
The paper highlights the importance of a stronger commitment to more effective European coordination on the field in the context of crisis and fragility. It aims at presenting a first analysis of the characteristics that are specific to situations of crisis and fragility and the needs encountered on the field in order to draw recommendations for coordination among European actors that are better suited to Fragile States.[Author vide copyright]
Author (Corp. Body): Practitioners ? Network for European Development Cooperation
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Internationale Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung
Year: 2016
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: development aid policyEUHaitiCongocoordinationcrisis interventioncrisis management (econ., pol.)Niger
Palestinian territories
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesHaitiNigerDemocratic Republic of the CongoPalestinian Territory
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Title: Evaluation of EU support to social protection in external action 2007 - 2013 : Final Report ; Volume I – Main Report
Title (other): Evaluation of EU support to social protection in external action 2007 - 2013 : Final Report ; Volume II – Country
Reports | Evaluation of EU support to social protection in external action 2007 - 2013 : Final Report ; Volume III –
Annexes
Abstract
The evaluation has three objectives:Provide an assessment on the attained results, their impact and sustainability, the good practices and pitfalls in Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance I(IPA I), European Neighbourhood Partnership Instrument (ENPI), Development Cooperation Instrument (DCI) and European Development Fund (EDF) programming and implementation.Assess the Intervention logic of IPA II, ENI, DCI (2014-2020) and 11th EDF planning documents addressing social protection, in order to assess their coherence with the relevant policy frameworks and programming guidelines. In particular, the evaluation assesses how the planning documents take on board past lessons, have moved towards Sector Approach and Sector Budget Support and to which extent they have established clear objectives, targets, indicators, baselines and monitoring mechanisms.Where possible, analyse current (i.e., post-2013) social protection programmes/projects to assess how well they reflect new approaches at this early stage of their implementation.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
List of acronyms and abbreviations
Executive Summary
1 Introduction
1.1 Mandate and scope of the evaluation
1.2 Structure of the report
2 Overall methodological approach
2.1 Steps for data collection and analysis
2.2 Challenges and limitations
3 Answers to the Evaluation Questions
3.1 EQ 1: Relevance
3.2 EQ 2: Basic social protection
3.3 EQ 3: European approaches and policy dialogues
3.4 EQ 4: Social partners and civil society
3.5 EQ 5: Social protection systems
3.6 EQ 6: Social exclusion – impact
3.7 EQ 7: Modalities ? strategic approach
3.8 EQ 8: Coherence, added value
4 Conclusions
4.1 Cluster 1: Policy framework and strategic focus
4.2 Cluster 2: Effects of EU support
4.3 Cluster 3: EU institutional environment and implementation approaches
5 Recommendations
5.1 Cluster 1: Policy framework and strategic focus
5.2 Cluster 2: EU support, institutional environment, and implementation approaches
List of boxes
List of figures
List of tables
| VOLUME II – EVIDENCE MATRIX WITH FIELD PHASE ANALYSIS – COUNTRY REPORTS
1. Synthesis Note presenting findings and conclusions of the field Country Reports
2. Bosnia and Herzegovina
3. El Salvador
4. Ethiopia
5. former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
6. Kyrgyzstan
7. Malawi
8. Moldova
9. Montenegro
10. Morocco
11. Palestine
12. Turkey
VOLUME III – CONTEXT AND METHODOLOGY – ELECTRONIC DATA
1. Terms of Reference
2. List of documents consulted
3. List of people interviewed
4. Overview of EU - funded key interventions
5. Survey results
Author (Corp. Body): PARTICIP GmbH
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Directorate General for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations | AETS
Year: 2018
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Ref. Ares(2018)908572
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: Ethiopiafinancial aidevaluationBosnia and HerzegovinaEl Salvadordevelopment aidEUjoining of the European Union
budget documentKyrgystancooperationMalawiMoroccoMacedoniaMontenegroPalestinepartnershipprogram
social securitysocial partnershipTurkeycivil society
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relationsEconomic and social developmentSocial security
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesMoldovaBosnia and HerzegovinaMontenegro
Republic of MacedoniaEl SalvadorMoroccoEthiopiaMalawiPalestinian TerritoryTurkeyKyrgyzstan
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Title: European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument : 2007-2013 ; Overview of Activities and Results
Abstract
The European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument (ENPI) was created as a successor to the cooperation programmes TACIS (for the Eastern European countries) and MEDA (for the Mediterranean countries), with enlarged objectives and an increased budget. It was operational from January 2007, and its programming phase ended in January 2014, when it was replaced by the European Neigbourhood Instrument (ENI).[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Executive summary
Introduction
1. Policy development in the Neighbourhood
2. Activities financed in the Southern Neighbourhood
2.1. Algeria
2.2. Egypt
2.3. Israel
2.4. Jordan
2.5. Lebanon
2.6. Libya
2.7. Morocco
2.8. Palestine
2.9. Syria
2.10. Tunisia
2.11. Regional Programme South
3. Activities financed in the Eastern Neighbourhood
3.1. Armenia
3.2. Azerbaijan
3.3. Belarus
3.4. Georgia
3.5. Republic of Moldova
3.6. Ukraine
3.7. Russia
3.8. Regional Programme East
4. Neighbourhood-wide Activities (inter-regional programme)
4.1. Erasmus Mundus and Tempus IV
4.2. The Neighbourhood Investment Facility (NIF)
4.3. TAIEX
4.4. SIGMA
4.5. Cross-border Cooperation Programmes
5. Lessons learnt from implementation and Cross-cutting issues
5.1. Evaluations, audits and reports from the Court of Auditors
5.1.1. Evaluations
5.1.2. Audits
5.1.3. Reports from the Court of Auditors in 2007-2013
5.2. Lessons learnt on modalities of implementing aid
5.3. Support to civil society
5.4. Incentive-based approach: the umbrella programmes
5.5. Gender equality
5.6. Communication & visibility activities
6. Conclusions
7. Annexes
I. Financial overview of the ENPI 2007-2013
II. Comprehensive Institution Building
III. SPRING and EaPIC umbrella programmes
IV. Overview of EU communication activities – DG Development and Cooperation EuropeAid
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid
Year: 2014
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EgyptAlgeriaArmeniaAzerbaijaneducational programequal opportunitydevelopment aidEU
joining of the European Unionfinancial assistanceGeorgiaIsraelJordancooperationLebanonLibyaMorocconeighborhood help
Palestineaudit officeRussiaSyriaTunisiaUkraineBelorussiaaudit
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community funds and other financial instrumentsEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesUkraineMoldovaBelarusRussia
EgyptAlgeriaLibyaMoroccoTunisiaArmeniaAzerbaijanGeorgiaIsraelJordan
LebanonPalestinian TerritorySyria
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Title: The European Union's support for mine action across the world : Mine clearance, stockpile destruction, mine risk
education, victim assistance, capacitiy building, research and development ; Joint Staff working document 2018
Abstract
‘Mine action’ is a generic term which includes any of the following range of activities: mine risk education, minefield survey assessment and marking, mine detection, mine clearance, destruction of stockpiled mines, assistance to mine victims including rehabilitation and reintegration, training and capacity building in general, advocacy against the use of anti-personnel mines and research and development of mine detection and clearance. The purpose of this publication is to provide an overview of EU-funded Mine Action in the period 2012-2016.SWD(2018) 45[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Foreword by the EU High Representative
How the European Union supports mine action
World map: EU support for mine action 2012 -2016
The European Union funding activities across mine action sectors
I — Mine clearance
Angola
Chad
Croatia
Iraq
Laos
Occupied Palestinian Territory
Somalia
II — Stockpile destruction
Belarus
Ukraine
III — Mine risk education
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Libya
Myanmar
IV — Victim assistance
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Egypt
Lebanon
V — Capacity building
Colombia
Global
VI — Research and development
D-BOX
Tiramisu
ANNEXES
ANNEX I — Glossary of selected acronyms and abbreviations used in the text
ANNEX II — The European Union’s financial contributions to mine action activities across the world
Author (Corp. Body): Europäischer Auswärtiger Dienst
Contributer: Europäische Kommission
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Amt für Veröffentlichungen
Year: 2018
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-9238-554-5 | OF-07-17-016-EN-N | SWD(2018) 45
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EUguarantee of peaceassistancevictimweapon
Subject: Peace. Wars. Terrorism
Countries Scheme: Global ResourcesEurope. General ResourcesUkraineBelarusBosnia and HerzegovinaCroatiaColumbia
EgyptLibyaSomaliaAngolaDemocratic Republic of the CongoChadIraqLebanonPalestinian TerritoryLaos
Myanmar
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