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Title: Roma in an Expanding Europe: Breaking the Poverty Cycle
Title (other): Conference Edition
Abstract
Poverty among Roma remains one of the most pressing issues for Central and Eastern European states as they move toward EU integration and sustained economic development. Using a variety of sources and approaches, this report examines the nature of Roma poverty-a multifaceted challenge that can only be addressed by a policy approach that attends to all dimensions of Roma social exclusion and focuses on the potential contributions Roma can make to social and economic development. Since the dominant policy approach in the years after socialism has tended to rely on a fragmented set of projects, often delivered by local NGOs with limited assistance from the state, the opportunity exists to make a difference. The next step is to integrate the lessons of this experience into policy. The mechanisms to facilitate this have been put in place. Most Central and East European countries have formulated strategies for improving the conditions of Roma and established institutions to develop, coordinate, and administer policies and projects. However, the agenda is complex and improvements will not come overnight. Indeed, poverty among Roma communities in some West European countries highlights the scope of the challenge. Effective policy responses will require a multilayered approach involving cross-country partnerships among Roma and international organisations, national and local governments, NGOs and communities. [Urheber s. Copyright]
Author: Ringold, Dena | Orenstein, Mitchell A. | Wilkens, Erika
Series Title: A World Bank Study
Publisher: World Bank Group
Year: 2003
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: povertyEU expansionpolicy on minoritiesEast Central Europe
Subject: History of the European Communities. European ideaEconomic and growth policiesRacial policyRaces and ethnic groups
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Linking Poverty Reduction and Environmental Management Policy Challenges and Opportunities
Title (other): Lier la reduction de la pauvrete a la gestion des l'environnement Défis et opportunités politiques
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung | Department for International Development (DFID) | United Nations Development Programme | World Bank
Publisher: International Bank for Reconstructionand Development / THE WORLD BANK
Year: 2002
Language: en | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: povertydevelopment aid policyenvironmental management
Subject: International cooperationSocial policySocial problemsEnvironment
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Title: Evaluation of EC support to partner countries in the area of energy : Final report
Title (other): Evaluation of EC support to partner countries in the area of energy : Final report ; Annexes | Evaluation of EC support
to partner countries in the area of energy : Executive Summary | Fiche contradictoire : Evaluation of the EC support to
Partner Countries in the area of Energy ; 3d column | Quality Grid : Evaluation of EC support to Partner Countries in
the area of Energy ; Final Report | Thematic evaluation of EC support to Partner Countries in the area of energy : Ref.
1192 ; EVINFO
Abstract
This evaluation assesses the relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, impact and sustainability of the European Commission’s support to its partner countries in the energy sector. It covers interventions designed or implemented during the 1996-2007 period in all the external cooperation partner countries. This scope of the evaluation is extremely broad and heterogeneous for three major reasons.First, the European Commission’s communications analysis shows that the Commission’s interventions in the energy sector have aimed to contribute to three very different goals: - Improving access to energy in developing countries as a means of reducing poverty; - Securing energy supplies to the EU; - Improving nuclear safety in the Former Soviet Union (FSU).The first goal is increasingly perceived as an important dimension of the fight against poverty; the two others address vital stakes for European citizens. Ranking these different goals by order of importance has no real meaning. The order in which they are presented in the report has no specific significance and has deliberately been varied...[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1. THE EVALUATION
1.1 MANDATE AND SCOPE
1.2 APPROACH
1.3 LIMITS OF THE EVALUATION
2. THE COMMISSION SUPPORT FOR ENERGY
2.1 THE EC STRATEGY
2.2 THE COMMISSION’S INTERVENTION PORTFOLIO IN ENERGY
3. ANSWERS TO EVALUATION QUESTIONS
3.1 RELEVANCE AND INTERNAL CONSISTENCY
3.2 EFFECTIVENESS & SUSTAINABILITY
3.3 IMPACT
3.4 EFFICIENCY
3.5 CO-ORDINATION & COMPLEMENTARITY
3.6 COHERENCE
4. CONCLUSIONS
4.1 OVERALL ASSESSMENT OF THE EC STRATEGY: A CO-OPERATION CYCLE NOT YET FORMALISED, WITH IMPORTANT CONSEQUENCES
4.2. CONCLUSIONS ALONG THE 10 STAGE OF THE CO-OPERATION CYCLE
4.3 EFFECTIVENESS AND SUSTAINABILITY: POSITIVE CONTRIBUTION TO IMPROVED SAFETY OF SEVERALL NPPS, LIMITED EFFECTS ON EU SECURITY OF SUPPLY AND ON POVERTY REDUCTION
4.4 COMMUNITY VALUE ADDED
5. RECOMMENDATIONS
5.1 THE SPECIFICS OF THE ENERGY SECTOR
5.2 TWO MAJOR AREAS OF PROGRESS
5.3 ADAPTING THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION’S APPROACH
5.4 IMPROVING KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT TO ENHANCE THE COMMISSION’S LEADERSHIP
5.5 SETTING UP A KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
5.6 CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS SUMMARISED
ANNEXES
ANNEX 1– TERMS OF REFERENCE
ANNEX 2– INTERVENTION LOGICS
ANNEX 3– STRUCTURE OF EVALUATION QUESTIONS, JUDGMENT CRITERIA AND INDICATORS
ANNEX 4– CASE STUDIES:SELECTION PROCESS AND FIGURES
ANNEX 5– THE COMMISSION’S INTERVENTIONS IN THE ENERGY SECTOR –FIGURES
ANNEX 6– THE ENERGY SECTOR: ISSUES AT STAKE AND MAIN ACTORS
ANNEX 7– THE GREEN PAPERS & THE THREE DIMENSIONS OF THE EC ENERGY DIALOGUE
ANNEX 8– FIELD VISIT NOTES
ANNEX 9– LIST OF INTERVIEWS
ANNEX 10– BIBLIOGRAPHY
Author (Corp. Body): Aide a? la De?cision Economique
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung, Information | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Außenbeziehungen | Europäische Kommission / Amt für Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid
Year: 2008
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU countriesEnergyDevelopment Aidpovertyevaluationenergy policyenergy supplydevelopment aid
EUEuropean Commissionnuclear power plantcooperationsecurity
Subject: Economic aid and technical assistanceEuropean Community external relationsEnergy policy. Power generation
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Linking poverty reduction and environmental management
Title (other): Policy challenges and opportunities
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung | World Bank Group
Year: 2007
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: povertydevelopment aidenvironmental management
Subject: Development aid. Aid programmes and aid organizations
Countries Scheme: Global ResourcesEurope. General Resources
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Title: euie
Title (other): The EU Energy Initiative for poverty eradication and sustainable development
Table of Contents
1. WHY AN EU ENERGY INITIATIVE?
2. THE OBJECTIVE OF THE EU ENERGY INITIATIVE
3. HOW THE INITIATIVE WORKS
Figure 1:Working together through Partnerships
Box 1: Examples of Activities
4. THE CURRENT SITUATION
Figure 2: EU Energy Commitments per year 1997 to 2001
Figure 3: EU Energy Commitments from 1997 to 2001 by purpose
Figure 4: EU Energy Commitments from 1997 to 2001 by region
5. WHO IS INVOLVED?
6. WHAT NEXT?
ANNEX: EXAMPLES OF PAST/ONGOING EU FUNDED ENERGY ACTIVITIES
Figure 5: Location of Selected EU Energy Case Studies
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung
Publisher: Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen
Year: 2003
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 92-894-6052-0
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: povertyenergy policydevelopment aid policysustainable development
Subject: International cooperation
Countries Scheme: Global Resources
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Title: L’UE et l’Afrique : Vers un partenariat renforcé
Title (other): RAPPORT ; Terrain : Juin 2010 ; Publication : Novembre 2010
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION
PRINCIPAUX RESULTATS
1. LUTTER CONTRE LA PAUVRETE : L’ASPECT LE PLUS IMPORTANT DE LA COOPERATION AU DEVELOPPEMENT UE-AFRIQUE
2. LA PAUVRETE ET LA FAIM : DEUX AXES QUE LES PAYS AFRICAINS DOIVENT AFFRONTER ENSEMBLE
3. IMAGE DE L’AFRIQUE : LA NATURE ET LA VIE SAUVAGE
4. LES PROJECTIONS SUR L’AVENIR DE LA COOPERATION UE-AFRIQUE
CONCLUSIONS
ANNEXES
SPECIFICATIONS TECHNIQUES
QUESTIONNAIRE
TABLEAUX
Series Title: Eurobaromètre Spécial : Vague 73.5 ; 353
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung
Contributer: TNS Opinion & Social | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Kommunikation
Year: 2010
Language: fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: Africapovertydevelopment aid policyEUhungercooperation
Subject: Aid programmes
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesAfrica. General Resources
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Title: ECEC for children from disadvantaged backgrounds: findings from a European literature review and two case studies. :
Final report
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Bildung und Kultur
Year: 2012
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: povertydeprivationeducational programEuropeinfant educationchildmigrant
Subject: Educational policy. Training policy
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Opinion on the gender dimension of integration of migrants
Table of Contents
Mandate of the working group
Context
Challenges
Employment and education
Health
Poverty
Civic and political participation
Violence
Targeted integration services
General recommendations
Recommendations to the european Commission
Recommendations to the fundamental rights agency
Recommendations to the European Institute for Gender Equality
Annex: Good practices from Member States
Author (Corp. Body): Advisory Committee on Equal Opportunities for Women and Men
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz
Year: 2011
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: povertyemploymenteducationcivil rightsEUwomangender-specific factorshealth
violenceintegrationmanmigrant
Subject: European Community law in generalSocial securityEqual opportunitiesMigration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Evaluation de l’Appui Budgétaire au Burkina Faso (2009 - 2014) : Rapport final ; Volume 1
Title (other): Evaluation de l’Appui Budgétaire au Burkina Faso (2009 - 2014) : Rapport final ; Volume 2 | Evaluation de l’Appui
Budgétaire au Burkina Faso (2009 - 2014) : Rapport final ; Volume 3 | Evaluation de l’Appui Budgétaire au Burkina
Faso (2009 - 2014) ; Note de synthèse | Evaluation de l’Appui Budgétaire au Burkina Faso (2009 - 2014) : Séminaires
de discussion et de dissémination ; Comptes rendus | Evaluation of Budget Support to Burkina Faso (2009 - 2014) :
Executive summary
Table of Contents
1 Introduction
1.1 Mandat, objectifs et champ de l’évaluation
1.2 Structure du rapport
2 Méthodologie
2.1 Aperçu du processus d’évaluation
2.2 Approche générale
2.3 Outils et méthodes de collecte de données et d’analyse
2.4 Limitations et principaux défis
3 Contexte
3.1 Contexte politique, social et économique
3.1.1 Contexte politique3.1.2 Evolution de la pauvreté
3.1.3 Situation macroéconomique
3.1.4 Contexte régional
3.2 Les politiques publiques
3.2.1 Aperçu des principales réformes institutionnelles
3.2.2 Les politiques sectorielles
3.3 Le cadre de partenariat
3.3.1 Aperçu sur l’aide publique au développement
3.3.2 Les appuis budgétaires
4 Synthèse de l’analyse
4.1 La pertinence de l’AB
4.2 Les effets directs de l’AB
4.3 Les effets induits de l’AB au niveau des politiques publiques et de la fourniture de services de base
4.4 Les résultats de développement
4.5 Conclusions générales
5 Questions d’évaluation – constats principaux
5.1 Etape 1
5.1.1 QE1 - Pertinence et Conception des AB
5.1.2 QE2 - Opportunités créées
5.1.3 QE3 - Gestion macroéconomique et allocations budgétaires
5.1.4 QE4 - Gestion des finances publiques
5.1.5 QE5 - Gouvernance & Redevabilité
5.1.6 QE6 - Formulation et mise en œuvre des politiques
5.1.7 Tableaux de synthèse de l’Etape 1
5.2 Etape 2
5.2.1 QE7 - Santé
5.2.2 QE8 - Eau et assainissement
5.3 Etape 3
6 Conclusions et recommandations détaillées
6.1 Conclusions
6.2 Recommandations
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Internationale Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung, Brüssel
Contributer: PARTICIP GmbH Consultants für Entwicklung und Umwelt, Freiburg im Breisgau
Year: 2016
Language: en | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: povertyevaluationBurkina FasoEUfinancial assistancehealthsocial policyeconomics of water supply and distribution
economic policy
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesBurkina Faso
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Title: Evaluation of Budget Support to Sierra Leone 2002 - 2015 : Final Report ; Volume One
Title (other): Evaluation of Budget Support to Sierra Leone 2002 - 2015 : Final Report ; Volume Two
Abstract
This is the report of an independent evaluation undertaken on behalf of the Government of Sierra Leone and 4 Development Partners, which have provided General or Sector Budget Support (GBS or SBS) over 2002-2015. It covers all GBS and SBS operations undertaken in this period by the African Development Bank (AfDB), the UK Department for International Development (DFID), the European Union (EU) and the World Bank (WB). The evaluation has applied the OECD-DAC methodological approach to the evaluation of budget support.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS
FIGURES, TABLES AND BOXES
ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. SCOPE AND OBJECTIVES OF THE EVALUATION
1.2. THE EVALUATION FRAMEWORK AND EVALUATION QUESTIONS
1.3. STRUCTURE OF THE REPORT
2. BUDGET SUPPORT INPUTS AND THEIR SUITABILITY TO THE CONTEXT OF SIERRA LEONE
2.1. ...
3. PROVIDING NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR SIERRA LEONE: THE DIRECT OUTPUTS OF BUDGET SUPPORT
3.1. ...
4. MACROECONOMIC MANAGEMENT, EXPENDITURE ALLOCATION AND DOMESTIC REVENUE GENERATION
4.1. ...
5. INFLUENCE OF BUDGET SUPPORT ON PUBLIC FINANCE MANAGEMENT (PFM) SYSTEMS
5.1. PFM REFORM DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION
5.2. THE IMPACT OF REFORM ON THE QUALITY OF PFM SYSTEMS
5.3. THE CONTRIBUTION OF BUDGET SUPPORT TO PFM REFORMS
6. THE INFLUENCE OF BUDGET SUPPORT ON GOVERNANCE AND ACCOUNTABILITY
6.1. ...
7. BUDGET SUPPORT INFLUENCE ON HEALTH SECTOR POLICIES & PROGRAMMES
7.1. POLICY DEVELOPMENTS IN THE HEALTH SECTOR
7.2. EXPENDITURE TRENDS IN THE SECTOR AND THE CONTRIBUTION OF BUDGET SUPPORT
7.3. CONTRIBUTION OF BUDGET SUPPORT POLICY DIALOGUE TO POLICY CHANGES
7.4. RECENT HEALTH OUTCOMES IN SIERRA LEONE
7.5.CONCLUSIONS ON THE INFLUENCE OF BUDGET SUPPORT IN THE HEALTH SECTOR
8. INFLUENCE OF BUDGET SUPPORT ON SECTOR POLICIES, PROGRAMMES AND OUTCOMES IN EDUCATION
8.1. POLICY AND EXPENDITURE TRENDS IN THE EDUCATION SECTOR
8.2. CONTRIBUTION OF BUDGET SUPPORT POLICY DIALOGUE TO POLICY CHANGES
8.3. ASSESSMENT OF EDUCATION SECTOR OUTCOMES
8.4. CONCLUSIONS ON THE IMPACT OF BUDGET SUPPORT ON THE EDUCATION SECTOR
9. ECONOMIC GROWTH, POVERTY & INEQUALITY
9.1. GROWTH DATA AND TRENDS BY ECONOMIC SECTOR
9.2. TRENDS IN CONSUMPTION POVERTY BY DISTRICT
9.3. NON-INCOME POVERTY BY DISTRICT
9.4. CONCLUSIONS AND KEY FINDINGS ON POVERTY
10. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
10.1. OVERALL FINDINGS
10.2. STEP THREE: CONCLUSIONS ON THE IMPACT OF BUDGET SUPPORT
10.3. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE FUTURE OF BUDGET SUPPORT
| ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS
VOLUME TWO - ANNEXES
ANNEX I: TERMS OF REFERENCE
ANNEX II: MATRIX OF RESPONSES TO EVALUATION QUESTIONS
ANNEX III: BIBLIOGRAPHY
ANNEX IV: LIST OF PERSONS MET
ANNEX V: THE CONTEXT FOR BUDGET SUPPORT IN SIERRA LEONE, 2002-2014
ANNEX VI: FISCAL ACCOUNTS
ANNEX VII: DOING BUSINESS REFORMS
ANNEX VIII: EVIDENCE ON DUTCH DISEASE EFFECTS & IMPACT ON MONETARY STERILISATION
ANNEX IX: DETERMINANTS OF OUTCOMES IN THE EDUCATION SECTOR (ECONOMETRIC ANALYSIS)
ANNEX X: QUALITATIVE RESEARCH ON FACTORS INFLUENCING EDUCATION OUTCOMES
ANNEX XI: FIELD MISSION REPORT – BO AND KENEMA
ANNEX XII: THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF BUDGET SUPPORT PROVISION
ANNEX XIII: PROCEEDINGS OF THE FREETOWN DISSEMINATION SEMINAR, JANUARY 2016
Author (Corp. Body): Ecorys, Rotterdam
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Internationale Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung, Brüssel | FISCUS
Year: 2016
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: PO6668 | PO 5859
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: povertyevaluationeducational policyEUfinancial assistancefinancial managementhealth policyauditing
Sierra Leoneadministrationeconomy
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesSierra Leone
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Title: The European Year for Development - Citizen's views on development cooperation and aid : Report
Table of Contents
Introduction
Key findings
Focus on age
I. Importance of development aid
1. Perceived importance of development aid
2. Tackling poverty in developing countries as one of the main priorities for the EU and national governments
3. The influence on EU citizens and EU's interest in tacklung poverty in developing countries
4. Tackling poverty in developing countries as a moral obligation
5. Development aid's contribution to a more peaceful and equal world
6. Aid for develping countries as a way to tackle irregular migration
II. Attitudes towards EU aid in light of the current economic situation
III. Understanding the challenges facing developing countries
IV. Personal committment and involvement in Development
1. The role of individuals in tackling poverty
2. Personal committment to development
3. Personal involvement in helping developing countries
V. Effectiveness of actions for reducing poverty in developing countries
1. Volunteering in organisations
2. Offical development aid from governments of other countries
3. Donating to organisations
VI. Awareness of United Nations' sustainable development goals
VII. Awareness of "2015 - The European Year of Development" Development aid in general
1. Awareness of "2015 - The European Year of Development"2. Level on information about development aid
Conclusion
Annexes
Technical specifications
Questionnaire
Tables
Series Title:Special Eurobarometer : Wave EB 84.4 ; 441
Author (Corp. Body): TNS Opinion & Social
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Internationale Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung, Brüssel | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Kommunikation
Year: 2016
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-79-56809-1 | MN-02-16-175-EN-N
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: povertycitizendevelopment aiddeveloping countryEUpeaceequalityopinion research
migrationsustainable developmentdonation
Subject: Development aid. Aid programmes and aid organizationsEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Global ResourcesEurope. General Resources
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Title: Assessment of economic benefits generated by the EU Trade Regimes towards developing countries : Volume I
Title (other): Assessment of economic benefits generated by the EU Trade Regimes towards developing countries : Volume II ; Export
Performance and Poverty Reduction
Abstract
The report consists of four distinct parts, which provide a description and a quantitative assessment of the impact of preferential access schemes on the growth and diversification of exports from developing countries to the EU over time. Each part of the report can be read individually. The report is organised as follows:Part I: Mapping of trade and FDI flows between the EU and developing countries. This part consists of descriptive analysis of the evolution of exports from developing countries to the EU over the last 40 years across trade regimes, regions and sectors as well as a descriptive analysis of FDI flows.Part II: Changes in EU trade policy regimes and developing countries’ export performance. This part contains a causal econometric analysis of the effect of GSP preferences on the growth of exports from developing countries to the EU.Part III: EU trade regimes and economic diversification. This part comprises a causal econometric analysis of the effect of GSP preferences on the number of products exported from developing countries to the EU.Part IV: Export performance and poverty reduction. This part contains an assessment of the impacts of exporting on poverty reduction in developing countries, based on a literature review and an econometric cross-country analysis.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
Executive summary
1. Mapping trade and FDI flows between the EU and developing countries
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Background on EU trade regimes towards developing countries
1.3 Rules of Origin
1.4 EU imports from developing countries in 2012
1.5 General trends in EU imports from developing countries
1.6 Regional Trends in EU imports from developing countries
1.7 Regional trends in EU imports from Non-LDCs
1.8 Regional trends in EU imports from LDCs
1.9 Trend in sector composition of EU imports from developing countries
1.10 Developments over time for Non-LDCs
1.11 Developments over time for LDCs
1.12 FDI
1.13 Conclusion
2. Changes in the EU trade policy regimes and developing countries’ export performance
2.1 Introduction
2.2 The impact of EU trade regimes on the growth of exports from developing countries
2.3 Conclusion
3. EU trade regimes and economic diversification
3.1 Economic development and export diversification
3.2 Empirical analysis
3.3 Conclusion
References
Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
List of tables
List of figures
List of boxes
| Acknowledgements
Executive summary
Export Performance and Poverty reduction
1.1 Literature Review
1.2 Empirical analysis
1.3 Conclusion
References
Appendix A
List of tables
List of figures
Author: Hvidt, Martin | Jeppesen, Tine | Gjødesen-Lund, Christian
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Internationale Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung, Brüssel
Publisher: Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen, Luxemburg
Year: 2015
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-79-48087-4 | MN-02-15-352-EN-C | 978-92-79-48227-4 | MN-02-15-353-EN-N
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: povertyassessmentresearch on developing countriesdeveloping countryEUexportfree tradecommerce
economic value
Subject: Development aid. Aid programmes and aid organizationsEuropean Community external relationsForeign trade. Trade relations
Countries Scheme: Global ResourcesEurope. General Resources
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Title: Independent Evaluation of Budget Support in Mozambique : Final Report ; Volume I
Title (other): Independent Evaluation of Budget Support in Mozambique : Final Report ; Volume II Annexes | Independent Evaluation of
Budget Support in Mozambique : Executive Summary
Abstract
This study has evaluated all of the Budget Support operations undertaken in Mozambique from 2005 to 2012. These operations amount to a resource transfer of US $ 3,354million -an annual average disbursement in excess of US $ 400million, some $16 per annum per head of the Mozambican population, provided by 19 Development Partners. In evaluating these operations, our study has addressed three questions: i. How successful has Budget Support been in providing the means to the Government of Mozambique to implement its national and sectoral strategies? ii. How successful has Budget Support been in facilitating improvements in the efficiency and effectiveness of these national and sectoral strategies? iii. As a consequence, how successful has Budget Support been in attaining successful outcomes and impacts on growth and poverty reduction?[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
FIGURES
TABLES
TEXT BOXES
ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. SCOPE AND OBJECTIVES OF THE EVALUATION
1.2. THE EVALUATION FRAMEWORK AND PROCESS
1.3. EVALUATION QUESTIONS
1.4. STRUCTURE OF THE REPORT
2. THE CONTEXT FOR BUDGET SUPPORT IN MOZAMBIQUE: HELP OR HINDRANCE?
2.1. THE EVOLVING SOCIO-ECONOMIC CONTEXT OF MOZAMBIQUE
2.2. THE EVOLVING FRAMEWORK OF DEMOCRATIC ACCOUNTABILITY
2.3. FLUCTUATIONS IN THE POLICIES, PRIORITIES AND ATTITUDES OF THE DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS
2.4. IMPLICATIONS FOR THE EVALUATION AND FOR FUTURE BUDGET SUPPORT
3. PROVIDING THE MEANS TO IMPLEMENT POLICY:BUDGET SUPPORT INPUTS AND DIRECT OUTPUTS
3.1. SCALE & PREDICTABILITY OF BUDGET SUPPORT,AND ITS EFFECTS ON AGGREGATE AID FLOWS
3.2. INFLUENCE OF BUDGET SUPPORT ON POLICY DIALOGUE PROCESSES
3.3. CONTRIBUTIONS TO CAPACITY BUILDING
3.4. ADAPTING THE BUDGET SUPPORT DESIGN TO THECHANGING CONTEXT
4. FACILITATING IMPROVEMENTS IN GOVERNMENT POLICIES: INDUCED OUTPUTS OF BUDGET SUPPORT
4.1. MACROECONOMIC MANAGEMENT & REVENUE GENERATION
4.2. THE QUALITY OF PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
4.3. CHANGES IN THE COMPOSITION OF PUBLIC SPENDING
4.4. CHANGES INDUCED IN SECTORAL POLICIES
4.5. GOVERNANCE AND THE FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION
5. GROWTH & POVERTY REDUCTION
5.1. GROWTH DATA AND TRENDS BY ECONOMIC SECTORAND PROVINCE
5.2. TRENDS IN CONSUMPTION POVERTY BY PROVINCE
5.3. CONCLUSIONS ON INCOME POVERTY IN MOZAMBIQUE
5.4. TRENDS IN NON-INCOME POVERTY
5.5. CONCLUSIONS ON GROWTH & POVERTY IN MOZAMBIQUE
6. AGRICULTURAL SECTOR OUTCOMES AND THEIR DETERMINANTS
6.1. TRENDS IN AGRICULTURAL PERFORMANCE
142 6.2. REGRESSION ANALYSIS: PRODUCTIVITY AND INPUT USE
6.3. CONCLUSIONS ON DETERMINANTS OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY
7. EDUCATION SECTOR OUTCOMES AND THEIR DETERMINANTS
7.1. OVERVIEW OF ENROLMENT & OTHER KEY DATA
7.2. ANALYSIS OF THE DETERMINANTS OF EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES
7.3. CONCLUSIONS: KEY DETERMINANTS OF EDUCATION OUTCOMES
| 8. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
8.1. OVERALL FINDINGS
8.2. STEP THREE: CONCLUSIONS ON IMPACT OF BUDGET SUPPORT
8.3. RECOMMENDATIONS
BIBLIOGRAPHY
ANNEXES (IN VOLUME 2)
ANNEX 1: SUMMARY OF BUDGET SUPPORT OPERATIONS EVALUATED
ANNEX 2: SUMMARY OF RESPONSES TO EVALUATION QUESTIONS AND CORRESPONDING DATA SOURCES
ANNEX 3: DATA TABLES ON AID, FISCAL FLOWS AND PUBLIC EXPENDITURES
ANNEX 4: BIBLIOGRAPHY
ANNEX 5: PEOPLE MET
Author (Corp. Body): itad
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | Ministry of Planning and Development of Mozambique | ADE | COWI
Year: 2014
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Contract No EVA 2011/Lot 3
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: povertyevaluationdevelopment aidEUfinancial assistanceMozambiqueeconomic growth
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesMozambique
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Title: Post-2015: Global action for an Inclusive and Sustainable Future : Full report
Title (other): Post-2015: Global action for an Inclusive and Sustainable Future : Executive Summary
Abstract
This independent report – with the wealth and breadth of knowledge it puts forward and the quality of the analysis it presents – gives us a research-based perspective on the post-2015 challenges we face.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Boxes, figures & tables
Abbreviations
Working definitions of key terms
Executive summary
Introduction
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Part I. Keeping the promise of the Millennium declaration
Chapter 1. Lessons from the MDG Experience
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Chapter2. What the MDGs have meant for poor countries - Four case studies
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Chapter 3. The European Union and the MDGs
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Part II. The changing context for a new global development framework
Chapter 4.The changing global community
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Chapter 5. Changes in the understanding of global poverty
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Chapter 6. Future challenges - some trends and projections
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Part III. Drivers of the global partnership for development
Chapter 7. Money: development of finance
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Chapter 8. Goods: Trade and investment
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Chapter 9. People: Labour migration
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Conclusions and recommendations
Chapter 10. Constructing the Post-2015 Agenda
References
Annexes
Annex 1 - List of MDG indicators
Annex 2 - Country case studies
1. Nepal
2. Rwanda
3. Cote d'Ivoire
4. Peru
Annex 3 - Core principles for investment policy-making for sustainable development
Series Title:European Report on Development ; 2013
Author (Corp. Body): European Centre for Development Policy Management | Overseas Development Institute, London | Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik, Berlin
Contributer: Europäische Kommission
Publisher: Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen, Luxemburg
Year: 2013
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-79-28772-5 | 1977-3994 | MN-AB-13-001-EN-C | 978-92-79-28787-9 | 1977-916X | MN-AD-13-001-EN-C
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: labor migrationpovertyIvory Coastdevelopment aid policyEUfinancial planningglobalizationcommerce
investmentNepalpartnershipPeruRwanda
Subject: Development aid. Aid programmes and aid organizationsEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Global ResourcesEurope. General ResourcesPeruRwandaIvory CoastNepal
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Title: Joint Evaluation of Budget Support to Tanzania : lessons learned and recommendations for the future ; Final Report ;
Volume 1
Title (other): Joint Evaluation of Budget Support to Tanzania : lessons learned and recommendations for the future ; Final Report ;
Volume 2 | Joint Evaluation of Budget Support to Tanzania : lessons learned and recommendations for the future ; Summary
Abstract
This study has evaluated the General and Sector Budget Support operations undertaken in Tanzania from 2005/06 to 2011/12. These operations amount to a resource transfer of almost US$5,000 million - an annual average disbursement of US$ 694 million, some $16 per annum per head of the Tanzanian population, provided by 14 Development Partners. In evaluating these operations, our study has addressed three questions: i. How successful have GBS and SBS been in providing the means to the Government of Tanzania to implement its national and sectoral strategies? (EQ. 1.1–2.3)ii. How successful have GBS and SBS been in facilitating improvements in the efficiency and effectiveness of these national and sectoral strategies? (EQ. 3.1 –3.5)iii. As a consequence, how successful have GBS and SBS been in attaining successful outcomes and impacts on growth and poverty reduction? (EQ. 4.1 & 4.2.)[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS
ANNEX ONE: TERMS OF REFERENCE
ANNEX TWO: MATRIX OF RESPONSES TO EVALUATION QUESTIONS
ANNEX THREE: STATISTICAL APPENDIX
ANNEX FOUR: BIBLIOGRAPHY
ANNEX FIVE: LIST OF PERSONS MET
ANNEX SIX: SUMMARY OF GBS/ SBS PROGRAMMEAGREEMENTS
ANNEX SEVEN: ECONOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF EDUCATION SECTOR
| LIST OF FIGURES
LIST OF TABLES
ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. EVALUATION OBJECTIVES AND SCOPE
1.2. THE HISTORICAL CONTEXT FOR BUDGET SUPPORT IN TANZANIA
1.3. EVALUATION FRAMEWORK & PROCESS
1.4. METHODOLOGICAL CHALLENGES AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS
1.5. REPORT STRUCTURE
2. PROVIDING THE MEANS TO IMPLEMENT POLICY: BUDGET SUPPORT INPUTS AND DIRECT OUTPUTS
2.1. SCALE & PREDICTABILITY OF BUDGET SUPPORT, AND ITS EFFECTS ON AGGREGATE AID FLOWS
2.2. THE DESIGN OF BUDGET SUPPORT IN TANZANIA
2.3. THE PROCESSES AND MECHANISMS FOR POLICY DIALOGUE
2.4. CONTRIBUTIONS TO CAPACITY BUILDING
2.5. HOW THE BUDGET SUPPORT DESIGN HAS CHANGED AND WHY
3. FACILITATING IMPROVEMENTS IN GOVERNMENT POLICIES: THE INDUCED OUTPUTS OF BUDGET SUPPORT
3.1. MACROECONOMIC MANAGEMENT & REVENUE GENERATION
3.2. PUBLIC FINANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
3.3. THE BUDGET AND THE COMPOSITION OF SPENDING
3.4. GOVERNANCE AND THE FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION
3.5. MECHANISMS FOR SERVICE DELIVERY
4. CHANGES AT OUTCOME AND IMPACT LEVELS
4.1. ECONOMIC GROWTH AND PRIVATE SECTOR DEVELOPMENT
4.2. POVERTY REDUCTION & SOCIAL WELFARE
4.3. PERFORMANCE OF THE EDUCATION SECTOR
5. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
5.1. OVERALL FINDINGS
5.2. STEP THREE: CONCLUSIONS ON IMPACT OF BUDGET SUPPORT
5.3. RECOMMENDATIONS
Author (Corp. Body): itad
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | ade | cowi
Year: 2013
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Contract No EVA 2011/Lot 3
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: povertyevaluationeducational policydevelopment aidEUfinancial assistancefinancial managementgovernance
corruptionmacroeconomicsprivate sectoreconomic growth
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesTanzania
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Title: Final evaluation of the Programme "Non State Actors and local Authorities" : Final Report: Volume 1 – Main Text
Title (other): Final evaluation of the Programme "Non State Actors and local Authorities" : Final Report: Volume 2 – Annexes
Abstract
This report presents the final evaluation, commissioned by DEVCO/B2 and implemented between December 2012 and April 2013, of the Thematic Programme "Non-State Actors and Local Authorities in Development" (NSA- LA) 2007-2013. The sum of €1,571,075,501.66 was allocated in Annual Action Programmes (AAPs) for the period 2007-2013. The Programme is divided into 3 objectives. Objective 1 of the Programme is to promote an inclusive and empowered society in partner countries that will facilitate NSA and LA participation in poverty reduction and sustainable development strategies. Objective 2 is to promote awareness raising and development education in the EU and acceding countries about development issues. Objective 3 is to facilitate the coordination and communication of NSA and LA networks in EU and acceding countries.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Scope and context
Methodology
Main conclusions
Main recommendations
2. CONTEXT OF THE EVALUATION
Objectives and scope of the evaluation
Methodology
3. ANSWERS TO THE EVALUATION QUESTIONS:OBJECTIVE 1A AND 1B
EQ1: TO WHAT EXTENT IS IMPLEMENTATION CONSISTENT WITH PROGRAMMING?
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EQ 2: TO WHAT EXTENT HAS THE PROGRAMME INCORPORATED LESSONS LEARNED?
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EQ3: TO WHAT EXTENT DOES THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PROGRAMME CORRESPOND TO THEEVOLVING POLICY PRIORITIES?
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EQ4: WHAT IS THE MEASURABLE EFFECT OF THE PROGRAMME?
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EQ5: HAS THE PROGRAMME REACHED AN APPROPRIATE NUMBER AND RANGE OF FINAL BENEFICIARIES?
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EQ6: IS THE PROGRAMME WELL-INTEGRATED INTO THE BROADER SYSTEM OF COMMISSION,EUROPEAN AND PARTNER COUNTRY ODA POLICY?
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EQ7: HOW SUSTAINABLE ARE THE RESULTS OF THE PROGRAMME?
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EQ8: IN ADDITION TO ANY PROGRESS ON MEETING ITS OBJECTIVES, HAS THE PROGRAMME MADEANY OTHER SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTIONS TO COMMISSION DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMING (ATBOTH THE STRATEGIC AND IMPLEMENTATION LEVELS)?
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EQ9: WHAT IS THE QUALITY OF MANAGEMENT OF THE PROGRAMME?
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4. ANSWERS TO THE EVALUATION QUESTIONS: OBJECTIVE 2
EQ1: TO WHAT EXTENT IS IMPLEMENTATION CONSISTENT WITH PROGRAMMING?
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EQ2: TO WHAT EXTENT HAS THE PROGRAMME INCORPORATED LESSONS LEARNED?
EQ4: WHAT IS THE MEASURABLE EFFECT OF THE PROGRAMME?
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EQ5: HAS THE PROGRAMME REACHED AN APPROPRIATE NUMBER AND RANGE OF FINALBENEFICIARIES?
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EQ6: IS THE PROGRAMME WELL-INTEGRATED INTO THE BROADER SYSTEM OF COMMISSION,EUROPEAN AND PARTNER COUNTRY ODA POLICY?
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| EQ7: HOW SUSTAINABLE ARE THE RESULTS OF THE PROGRAMME?
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EQ8: IN ADDITION TO ANY PROGRESS ON MEETING ITS OBJECTIVES, HAS THE PROGRAMME MADEANY OTHER SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTIONS TO COMMISSION DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMING (ATBOTH THE STRATEGIC AND IMPLEMENTATION LEVELS)
EQ9: WHAT IS THE QUALITY OF MANAGEMENT OF THE PROGRAMME?
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5. ANSWERS TO THE EVALUATION QUESTIONS: OBJECTIVE 3
EQ1: TO WHAT EXTENT IS IMPLEMENTATION CONSISTENT WITH PROGRAMMING?
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EQ 2: TO WHAT EXTENT HAS THE PROGRAMME INCORPORATED LESSONS LEARNED?
EQ3: TO WHAT EXTENT DOES THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PROGRAMME CORRESPOND TO THEEVOLVING POLICY PRIORITIES?
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EQ 4 WHAT IS THE MEASURABLE EFFECT OF THE PROGRAMME?
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EQ5: HAS THE PROGRAMME REACHED AN APPROPRIATE NUMBER AND RANGE OF FINAL BENEFICIARIES?
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EQ 7 : HOW SUSTAINABLE ARE THE RESULTS OF THE PROGRAMME?
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EQ 8 IN ADDITION TO ANY PROGRESS ON MEETING ITS OBJECTIVES, HAS THE PROGRAMME MADEANY OTHER SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTIONS TO COMMISSION DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMING (ATBOTH THE STRATEGIC AND IMPLEMENTATION LEVELS)
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EQ9: WHAT IS THE QUALITY OF MANAGEMENT OF THE PROGRAMME?
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6. CONCLUSIONS
7. RECOMMENDATIONS
VOLUME 2: Annexes
VOLUME 2: Annexes
Abbreviations and Acronyms
Annex 1: Terms of Reference
Annex 2: List of Documents Consulted
Annex 3: List of Persons Interviewed
Annex 4: Methodological Approach
Annex 5: Survey Questions for the on-line Consultations (Objective 1)
Annex 6: Survey Questions for the on-line Consultations (Objectives 2 and 3)
Author: Novak, Adam | Verdecchia, Stefano | Economou, Elena
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | IBF International Consulting | STEM
Year: 2013
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Letter of Contract N°2012/305551
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: povertyevaluationformation of consciousnesseducationdevelopment aidEUcooperationsustainable development
networknon-governmental organizationcivil society
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relationsLocal government
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Évaluation de la coopération de la Commission européenne avec Djibouti : Évaluation de niveau national ; Rapport
final
Title (other): Évaluation de la coopération de l’Union Européenne avec Djibouti : Évaluation de niveau national ; Rapport final ;
Volume 2 - Annexes | Evaluation de la Coopération de l'UE avec la République de Djibouti : "Fiche Contradictoire" ;
Ref. Ares(2013)3464056 | Evaluation de la stratégie de la CE en République de Djibouti : Grille de Qualité du Rapport
Final | Evaluation de la Coopération de la CE avec Djibouti (1996-2010) : Résumé / Summary | Summary in English |
Résumé
Abstract
The principal objective of the evaluation was to analyse the European Union’s (EU) cooperation through the European Commission (EC) with Djibouti for the period of 1996-2010, to highlight the impact of the implemented programmes and to permit the EC to account for the allocated funding. The mandate was extended to all instruments and modalities that could have been used by the EC.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
RÉSUMÉ
SUMMARY IN ENGLISH
1. Introduction
1.1 Les objectifs de l’évaluation
1.2 Les champs de l’évaluation
1.3 Structure de ce rapport
1.4 Méthodologie de l’évaluation
1.5 Contraintes méthodologiques
2. Le contexte de la coopération
2.1 Survol sociopolitique du pays
2.2 Survol du niveau de développement du pays
2.3 Contexte économique du pays
2.4 Contexte de la gouvernance et les Acteurs Non-Étatiques (ANE)
2.5 Le contexte de la gestion des conflits
2.6 Contexte du transport dans le pays
2.7 Contexte de l’eau et de l’assainissement dans Djibouti-Ville
2.8 La stratégie djiboutienne pour la réduction de la pauvreté
2.9 Survol de la coopération internationale avec Djibouti pendant la période
3. La coopération entre Commission européenne et Djibouti
3.1 La coopération en chiffres
3.2 Vue d’ensemble de l’évolution des stratégies des 8ème, 9ème et 10ème FED
4. Les Réponses aux questions évaluatives
4.1 Le choix des Questions évaluatives
4.2 Les réponses aux Questions Évaluatives
Question évaluative 1 : Stratégie de la Commission européenne et besoins du pays
Question évaluative 2 : Programmation et ressources
Question évaluative 3 : Transport et échanges économiques
Question évaluative 4 : Concernant le transport et le développement de l’économie djiboutienne
Question évaluative 5 : L’accès à l’eau potable
Question évaluative 6 : L’assainissement
Question évaluative 7 : Réduction des maladies reliées à l’eau
Question évaluative 8 : La décentralisation
Question évaluative 9 : Les ANE
5. Conclusions
6. Recommandations
Liste des figures
Liste des tableaux
Liste des acronymes
| Volume 2 - Annexes
ANNEXE 1: MATRICE DES ANALYSES DES CRITÈRES DE JUGEMENT
ANNEXE 2 : MÉTHODOLOGIE DÉTAILLÉE
ANNEXE 3 : LISTE DES RÉALISATIONS DE L’ÉQUIPE DE LA DUE À DJIBOUTI EN 2010 ET 2011
ANNEXE 4 : DOCUMENTS CLÉS
ANNEXE 5 : LISTE DES PERSONNES RENCONTRÉES
ANNEXE 6 : PROGRÈS SUR LES OMD AU DJIBOUTI 2009
ANNEXE 7: DIAGRAMME DES EFFETS DU 8ÈME FED
ANNEXE 8 : DIAGRAMME DES EFFETS DU 9ÈME FED
ANNEXE 9 : DIAGRAMME DES EFFETS 10ÈME FED
ANNEXE 10 : INTÉGRATION DES LOGIQUES D’INTERVENTION DES TROIS FED
ANNEXE 11 : INDICATEURS DE DÉVELOPPEMENT HUMAIN - DJIBOUTI
ANNEXE 12 : TERMES DE RÉFÉRENCE DU MANDAT
ANNEXE 13 : CONTEXTES SPÉCIFIQUES DE LA COOPÉRATION DE LA COMMISSION EUROPÉENNE ET DJIBOUTI
ANNEXE 14 : LES STRATÉGIES DE LA COOPÉRATION ENTRE 1996 ET 2010
ANNEXE 15 : RÉPONSE DE LA DÉLÉGATION DE L’UNION EUROPÉENNE CONCERNANT CE RAPPORT FINAL
Liste des acronymes
Author (Corp. Body): ECO Consult
Contributer: African Peace Research Institute, Lagos | Institut de Recherches dApplications des Me?thodes de De?veloppement, Paris | NCG | Arbeitsgemeinschaft Entwicklungspolitischer Gutachter | Euronet
Year: 2012
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Contrat no. EVA 2007/geo-acp | Ref. Ares(2013)3464056
Language: en | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: povertyevaluationDjiboutidevelopment aid policyEUfundingconflict situationcooperation
social policytransportationadministrationeconomics of water supply and distributioneconomy
Subject: Development aid. Aid programmes and aid organizationsEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesDjibouti
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Title: Evaluation of the Commission of the European Union's co-operation with Ethiopia : Country Level Evaluation ; Final
Report ; Volume 1
Title (other): Evaluation of the Commission of the European Union's co-operation with Ethiopia : Country Level Evaluation ; Final
Report ; Volume 2 - Annex | "Fiche Contradictoire" : Evaluation of the Commission’s support to Ethiopia (2004 - 2008) |
Evaluation of the European Commission cooperation with Ethiopia 2004-2008 : Quality Grid on Final Report | Evaluation of
the Commission of the EU's co-operation with Ethiopia : ref. 1301 ; Abstract ; EVINFO
Abstract
The main objective of this evaluation was to draw out lessons for future EU cooperation.This report presents the findings of the 2010 Country Level Evaluation of the European Union‘s support to Ethiopia. The evaluation was carried out to provide meaningful feedback to the European Commission, the Member States and the general public on the achievements of the EU cooperation programme with Ethiopia between 2004 and 2008, an earlier period of cooperation having been covered by the 2003 Country-Level Evaluation. The lessons from this evaluation are intended to be used to inform the current and future EU support to Ethiopia. Lessons learned from the results of the EU's support to Ethiopia may also be fruitful for other ACP countries facing similar high economic growth prospects and governance issues.The evaluation covered the EU cooperation programme with Ethiopia during the period of economic recovery which followed the war with Eritrea and it also included the 2005 post-election violence and the subsequent cooling of Ethiopia-donor relations. The evaluators focused not only on the EU‘s assistance during implementation of the CSP and 9th EDF NIP (2002-2007) (including a variety of instruments), but also on the choices it made for planning aid disbursements under the 10th EDF (2008-2013).[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Executive summary
1 Introduction
2 Methodology of the evaluation
2.1 Evaluation Questions, Judgment Criteria and Indicators
2.2 Data collection process
2.3 Limitations
3 The Cooperation context
3.1 Trends in Economic development
3.2 Private sector development
3.3 MDG achievements and poverty
3.4 Governance and civil society development
3.5 Ethiopia‘s policy framework
3.5.1 Transport sector
3.5.2 Food security
3.5.3 Education
3.5.4 Health
3.6 External aid
4 EU cooperation with Ethiopia
4.1 9th EDF Intervention Logic
4.2 10th EDF Intervention Logic
4.3 Overall strategic response
5 Findings
5.1 Ability of PBS to achieve objectives initially assigned to GBS
5.2 PBS effects on public expenditures
5.3 Effects on the road network management and road operations regulation
5.4 Effect of EU funded road rehabilitation projects on accessibility
5.5 Effects on food insecurity
5.6 Effects on agricultural assets
5.7 Effects on administrative decentralisation
5.8 Civil society empowerment
5.9 Effects on stability and conflict prevention
5.10 EU aid modalities mix
5.11 Findings on the previous Country level Evaluation
6 Conclusions
Global assessement
6.1 Metaconclusions
6.2 Specific conclusions
6.2.1 GBS and PBS – Supporting Primary Education and Health (EQ 1 and 2)
6.2.2 Road SBS (EQ 2 and 3)
6.2.3 Food Security (EQ 5 and 6)
6.2.4 Decentralisation (EQ 7)
6.2.5 Civil Society (EQ 8)
6.2.6 Conflict Prevention (EQ 9)
6.2.7 Aid efficiency (from EQ 10)
7 Recommendations
List of Tables
List of figures
| Volume 2 – Annex
1. Information matrix
2. Country profile, maps, key data
3. Evaluation design and methodology used
4. List of interviewees
5. Regional strategic objectives and priorities
6. Results and recommendations of the previous Country Level Evaluation
7. Diagrams of intended effects
8. List of projects (CRIS database)
9. List of documentation per sector
10. Minutes of the Dissemination Seminar October 6th, 2011
11. Presentation of the Dissemination Seminar
12. Terms of Reference
List of tables
List of figures
List of acronyms
Author (Corp. Body): ECO Consult
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | Arbeitsgemeinschaft Entwicklungspolitischer Gutachter | African Peace Research Institute, Lagos | Euronet Consulting | Institut de R
Year: 2012
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Contract No EVA 2007/geo-acp | Ref. 1301
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: Ethiopiapovertyevaluationeducationdevelopment aidEUhealthcooperation
agricultural developmentfoodprivate sectorstabilitytransportation policyadministrationeconomic development (on national level)civil society
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesEthiopia
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Title: Thematic global evaluation of European Commission support in the sectors of ESI (Employment and Social Inclusion) in
partner countries (including vocational training) : Final Report ; Main Report ; Volume 1
Title (other): Thematic global evaluation of European Commission support in the sectors of ESI (Employment and Social Inclusion) in
partner countries (including vocational training) : Final Report ; Volume 2 General Annexes, Evaluation Questions’
Matrix | Thematic global evaluation of European Commission support in the sectors of ESI (employment and social
inclusion) in partner countries (including vocational training) : Final Report ; Volume 3 Country notes | Thematic
global evaluation of European Commission support in the sectors of ESI (Employment and Social Inclusion) in partner
countries (including vocational training) : Final Report ; Volume 4 Worldwide inventory of ESI interventions, Worldwide
inventory of ESI-Enlarged interventions, Inventory of other donors ESI interventions | Thematic global evaluation of
European Commission support in the sectors of ESI (Employment and Social Inclusion) in partner countries (including
vocational training) : Final Report ; Volume 5 Methodological annexes | Thematic global evaluation of the EC support in
the sectors of ESI (employment and social inclusion) in partner countries : Fiche Contradictoire | Thematic global
evaluation of the EC support in the sectors of ESI (Employment and Social Inclusion) in partner countries 1999-2008 :
Quality Grid on Final Report | Thematic global evaluation of the EC support in the sectors of ESI (Employment and Social
Inclusion in partner countries (Including Vocational Training) 1999-2009 : Abstract ; EvInfo
Abstract
The objective of this evaluation was to assess to what extent the European Commission sustained relevant and efficient development support at various levels of Employment and Social Inclusion (ESI) to eradicate poverty and achieve social cohesion in partner countries during the period 1999-2008.The evaluation focused primarily on employability and social inclusion in the labour market and not on the entire framework of European Commission interventions in employment and social inclusion, and involved, therefore, such analytical tools as : i) a study of all available relevant documentation (EC development policy at global and ESI level, EC overarching regional cooperation frameworks, regional and country strategies); ii) a worldwide survey involving EC officials in over one hundred EU Delegations in third countries; iii) a survey targeting high-ranking officers in partner countries; iv) a study of a sample of twenty countries; and v) field missions to six countries (Morocco, Jordan, Ukraine, South Africa, Jamaica and Vietnam).The findings of the evaluation were structured around the following seven areas of investigation: 1: EC-ESI policy definition and evolution – 2: Relevance to countries‘ specific contexts – 3: EC programming and implementation approaches – 4: Coordination, complementarity, and coherence –5: Labour demand and employment creation – 6: Employability – 7: Decent Work. The findings were then clarified and synthesised in general and specific Conclusions linked to concrete Recommendations for potential policy improvements in future EC actions in ESI-related areas.
Table of Contents
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
0.1 Objective and scope of the evaluation
0.2 Methodological issues
0.3 Main limitation of the evaluation
0.4 Main findings
0.5 Overall assessment and main Conclusions
0.6 Main Recommendations
1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 Objectives and scope of the Evaluation
1.2 Structure of the report
SECTION 1: METHODOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK
2 THE EVALUATION PHASES
3 METHODOLOGY FOR DATA COLLECTION & ANALYSIS
3.1 Data collection at global level
3.1.1 ELABORATION OF AN INVENTORY OF EC/ESI-RELATED PROJECTS BY RELEVANT AREAS
3.1.2 ANALYSIS OF EUROPEAN COMMISSION POLICY FRAMEWORK IN EMPLOYMENT AND LABOUR-MARKET-RELATED ISSUES IN THIRD REGIONS
3.1.3 THE SURVEYS
3.2 Data collection at country level
3.2.1 SELECTION AND ANALYSIS OF A SAMPLE OF TWENTY COUNTRIES
3.2.2 FIELD VISITS
3.3 Difficulties encountered and limitations
SECTION 2: EVALUATION FRAMEWORK
4 OVERALL POLICY FRAMEWORK
4.1 The influence of Multilateralism in EC Development policy
4.1.1 THE IMPORTANCE OF THE WORLD SUMMIT FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
4.1.2 THE MILLENNIUM DECLARATION AND RELATED DEVELOPMENT GOALS
4.1.3 THE DECENT WORK AGENDA
4.1.4 A STRENGTHENED COLLABORATION
4.2 The influence of EU internal policies on EC Development policy
4.2.1 THE EUROPEAN SOCIAL MODEL AND THE LISBON STRATEGY
4.2.2 THE EXTERNAL DIMENSION OF THE EUROPEAN SOCIAL MODEL: ITS TRANSLATION INTO EC DEVELOPMENT POLICY
4.3 EC intervention logic on ESI-related issues at global policy level
4.3.1 BRIEF METHODOLOGICAL INTRODUCTION
4.3.2 THE EFFECTS DIAGRAM
5 EUROPEAN COMMISSION POLICY IN ESI-RELATED ISSUES IN RESPONSE TO RECIPIENTS’ NEEDS IN THIRD REGIONS
5.1 Africa, Caribbean and the Pacific
5.1.1 EC GLOBAL POLICY AND STRATEGY
5.1.2 EC RESPONSE STRATEGY AND PROGRAMMING
5.2 Mediterranean and Middle East countries
5.2.1 EC GLOBAL POLICY AND STRATEGY
5.2.2 EC RESPONSE STRATEGY AND PROGRAMMING
5.3 Latin America
5.3.1 EC GLOBAL POLICY AND STRATEGY
| 5.3.2 EC RESPONSE STRATEGY AND PROGRAMMING
5.4 Asia
5.4.1 EC GLOBAL POLICY AND STRATEGY
5.4.2 EC RESPONSE STRATEGY AND PROGRAMMING
5.5 Eastern Europe and Central Asia
5.5.1 EC GLOBAL POLICY AND STRATEGY
5.5.2 EC RESPONSE STRATEGY AND PROGRAMMING
6 THE REALISED INTERVENTION LOGIC OF EC-ESI RELATED SUPPORT WORLDWIDE 556.1 Introduction
6.2 Global overview of ESI total allocations
6.2.1 ALLOCATIONS BY REGION
6.2.2 ALLOCATIONS BY SECTOR
6.2.3 ALLOCATIONS BY PERIOD
6.3 ESI allocations at regional level (multi country programmes)
6.3.1 BY SECTOR
6.3.2 BY GEOGRAPHICAL AREA
6.3.3 BY PERIOD
6.4 ESI allocations at bilateral level
6.4.1 BY SECTOR
6.4.2 BY GEOGRAPHICAL AREA
6.4.3 BY PERIOD
6.4.4 BY COUNTRY’S ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT LEVEL
SECTION 3: EVALUATION FINDINGS
7 INTRODUCTION TO THE EVALUATION FINDINGS
8 ANSWER BY EVALUATION QUESTION
8.1 EQ 1: EC-ESI policy definition and evolution
8.2 EQ 2: Relevance to countries’ specific context
8.3 EQ 3: EC programming and implementation approaches
8.4 EQ 4: Coordination, complementarity and coherence
8.5 EQ 5: Labour demand and employment creation
8.6 EQ 6: Employability
8.7 EQ 7: Decent work
SECTION 4: OVERALL ASSESSMENT, CONCLUSIONS & RECOMMENDATIONS
9 OVERALL ASSESSMENT
10 CONCLUSIONS
10.1 Conclusions by cluster
10.2 Conclusions by macro-sector
11 RECOMMENDATIONS
11.1 Recommendations by cluster
11.1.1 POLICY & STRATEGIES
11.1.2 PROGRAMMING AND IMPLEMENTATION
11.1.3 COORDINATION AND COMPLEMENTARITY
11.2 Recommendations by macro-sector
11.2.1 EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES INCREASE AS RESULT OF THE SUPPORT
11.2.2 IMPROVED EMPLOYABILITY AS RESULT OF TVET
11.2.3 EC CONTRIBUTION TO DECENT WORK
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5.4 asia
5.4.1 ec global policy and strategy
5.4.2 ec response strategy and programming
5.5 eastern europe and central asia
5.5.1 ec global policy and strategy
5.5.2 ec response strategy and programming
6 the realised intervention logic of ec-esi related support worldwide 556.1 introduction
6.2 global overview of esi total allocations
6.2.1 allocations by region
6.2.2 allocations by sector
6.2.3 allocations by period
6.3 esi allocations at regional level (multi country programmes)
6.3.1 by sector
6.3.2 by geographical area
6.3.3 by period
6.4 esi allocations at bilateral level
6.4.1 by sector
6.4.2 by geographical area
6.4.3 by period
6.4.4 by country’s economic development level
section 3: evaluation findings
7 introduction to the evaluation findings
8 answer by evaluation question
8.1 eq 1: ec-esi policy definition and evolution
8.2 eq 2: relevance to countries’ specific context
8.3 eq 3: ec programming and implementation approaches
8.4 eq 4: coordination, complementarity and coherence
8.5 eq 5: labour demand and employment creation
8.6 eq 6: employability
8.7 eq 7: decent work
section 4: overall assessment, conclusions & recommendations
9 overall assessment
10 conclusions
10.1 conclusions by cluster
10.2 conclusions by macro-sector
11 recommendations
11.1 recommendations by cluster
11.1.1 policy & strategies
11.1.2 programming and implementation
11.1.3 coordination and complementarity
11.2 recommendations by macro-sector
11.2.1 employment opportunities increase as result of the support
11.2.2 improved employability as result of tvet
11.2.3 ec contribution to decent work
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SECTION 1: GENERAL ANNEXES
ANNEX 1:TERMS OF REFERENCE
ANNEX 2:LIST OF PEOPLE MET
ANNEX 3: BIBLIOGRAPHY CONSULTED
ANNEX 4: THE REALISED INTERVENTION LOGIC OF EC ESI RELATED SUPPORT WORLDWIDE
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ANNEX 5:THE LINK BETWEEN BUDGET SUPPORT & EMPLOYMENT AND LABOUR MARKET ISSUES
ANNEX 6: ANALYSIS OF OTHER DONORS’ INTERVENTIONS IN EMPLOYMENT & LABOUR MARKET RELEVANT SECTORS IN THE 20 SELECTED COUNTRIES
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ANNEX 7: LABOUR MARKET TRENDS IN THIRD REGIONS
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SECTION 2: EVALUATION QUESTIONS’ MATRIX
ANNEX 8:EVALUATION QUESTIONS’ MATRIX
ANNEX 8BIS: LIST OF PROJECTS ANALYSED FOR EQS 5-6-7
Volume 3
ANNEX 9: JORDAN COUNTRY NOTE
ANNEX 10: JAMAICA COUNTRY NOTE
ANNEX 11: VIETNAM COUNTRY NOTE
ANNEX 12: UKRAINE COUNTRY NOTE
ANNEX 13: SOUTH AFRICA COUNTRY NOTE
ANNEX 14: MOROCCO COUNTRY NOTE
Volume 4
ANNEX 15-a: INVENTORY OF ESI RELATED INTERVENTIONS, WORLDWIDE, 1999-2008
ANNEX 15-b: INVENTORY OF ESI-ENLARGED RELATED INTERVENTIONS, WORLDWIDE, 1999-2008
ANNEX 16: INVENTORY OF OTHER DONORS ESI RELATED INTERVENTIONS IN THE 20 SELECTED COUNTRIES, 1999-2008
Volume 5
ANNEX 17: DEFINITIONS
ANNEX 18: METHODOLOGY FOR THE ELABORATION OF THE INTENDED INTERVENTION LOGICS
ANNEX 19: METHODOLOGY FOR THE ELABORATION OF THE INVENTORY OF EC PROJECTS IN THE RELEVANT AREAS OF THE EVALUATION
ANNEX 20: METHODOLOGY FOR THE ELABORATION OF THE INVENTORY OF OTHER DONORS PROJECTS IN THE RELEVANT AREAS OF THE EVALUATION IN THE 20 SELECTED COUNTRIES
ANNEX 21: SURVEY TO EU DELEGATIONS
ANNEX 22: SURVEY TO EC NATIONAL COUNTERPARTS
Author (Corp. Body): Development Researchers' Network
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | PARTICIP GmbH Consultants für Entwicklung und Umwelt, Freiburg im Breisgau | Aide a? la De?cision Economique, Ottignies Louvain la Neuve
Year: 2011
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: EuropeAid/122888/C/SER/Multi | Request for Service: 2008/172295
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: labor marketpovertyemploymentevaluationthird countriesdevelopment aidEUinclusion
cooperation
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relationsLabour market
Countries Scheme: Global ResourcesEurope. General ResourcesUkraineJamaicaMorocco
South AfricaJordanVietnam
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Title: Evaluation of the European Commission’s Cooperation with the Philippines : Final Report ; Volume 1
Title (other): Evaluation of the European Commission’s Cooperation with the Philippines : Final Report ; Volume 2 | Fiche
Contradictoire : Evaluation of the Commission’s support to the Philippines ; Ref. Ares(2013)2946473 | Quality Grid :
Philippines Country Level Evaluation ; Final Report, June 2011 | Evaluation of the European Commission cooperation with
the Philippines : Summary of the main conclusions and recommendations ; Ref. Ares(2012)338875
Abstract
The evaluation of the Commission’s co-operation with the Philippines is part of the 2009 evaluation programme as approved by External Relations and Development Commissioners and aiming at ensuring accountability for the management of the allocated funds as well as promoting a lesson-learning culture throughout the organisation.The main objectives of the evaluation are: to provide the relevant external co-operation services of the European Commission and the wider public with an overall independent assessment of the Commission’s past and current cooperation relations with the Philippines (2002-2009); and to identify key lessons in order to improve the current and future strategies and programmes of the Commission.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Executive Summary
1 Introduction
1.1 Purpose of the evaluation
1.2 Evaluation Process
2 Country Context
3 EU Strategic Objectives and Priorities in the Philippines
3.1 Global EU development policy strategic objectives and priorities
3.2 ALA regulations (1996-2006)
3.3 DCI regulations (2007-2013)
3.4 Regional strategic objectives and priorities
3.5 EU Strategic Objectives and Priorities in the Philippines: Overview
3.6 The First Country Strategy Paper, 2002-2006
3.7 The Second Country Strategy Paper 2007-2013
3.8 Regional programmes in the Philippines
3.9 Thematic / horizontal funding in the Philippines
3.10 Partnership Cooperation Agreement
3.11 Detailed Intervention Logic
4 Findings
4.1 EQ1 – To what extent has the EU cooperation programme in the Philippines been designed and implemented with a view to addressing the needs of the poorest/vulnerable groups?
4.1.1 Findings by JC
4.1.2 Synthesised EQ Answer:
4.1.3 Conclusions:
4.1.4 Recommendations:
4.2 EQ2 – To what extent has EU support to the Philippine Health Sector Programme contributed to an improved provision of basic health care services?
4.2.1 Findings by JC:
4.2.2 Synthesised EQ Answer:
4.2.3 Conclusions:
4.2.4 Recommendations
4.3 EQ3 – To what extent has EU support in the area of rural development contributed to improved living standards for the poor?
4.3.1 Findings by JC:
4.3.2 Synthesised EQ Answer
4.3.3 Conclusions
4.3.4 Recommendations
4.4 EQ4 – To what extent has EU support contributed to improved trade and economic partnership with the Philippines and the country’s further integration into the international trade system?
| 4.4.1 Findings by JC:
4.4.2 Synthesised EQ Answer:
4.4.3 Conclusions
4.4.4 Recommendations
4.5 EQ5 – To what extent has the EU support promoted and strengthened better governance?
4.5.1 Findings by JC:
4.5.2 Progress made in the major clusters supported through EU programmes
4.5.3 Conclusions:
4.5.4 Recommendations:
4.6 EQ6 – To what extent was the EU’s mix of financing instruments and aid modalities appropriate to the national context and EU cooperation objectives?
4.6.1 Findings by JC:
4.6.2 Synthesised EQ Answer:
4.6.3 Conclusions
4.6.4 Recommendations:
5 General Conclusions and Recommendations
Volume II
Annex 1: List of Documents Consulted
Annex 2: Overview of Evaluation Questions
Annex 3: List of contacts
3.1. List of contacts for the field phase
3.2. List of people met during the field phase
Annex 4: Country Context
| Annex 5: EU Strategic Objectives and Priorities in the Philippines
5.1. Global EU development policy strategic objectives and priorities
5.2. ALA regulations (1996-2006)
5.3. DCI regulations (2007-2013)
5.4. Regional strategic objectives and priorities
5.5. EU Strategic Objectives and Priorities in the Philippines: Overview
5.6.The First Country Strategy Paper, 2002-2006
5.7. The Second Country Strategy Paper 2007-2013
5.8. Regional programmes in the Philippines
5.9. Thematic / horizontal funding in the Philippines
Annex 6: Information Matrix
EQ1 Poverty/Vulnerable Groups - To what extent has the EU cooperation programme in the Philippines been designed and implemented with a view to addressing the needs of the poorest/vulnerable groups?
EQ2 Health - To what extent has EU support to the Philippine Health Sector Programme contributed to an improved provision of basic health care services?
EQ3 Rural Development - To what extent has EU support in the area of rural development contributed to improved living standards for the poor?
EQ4 Trade - To what extent has EU support contributed to improved trade and economic partnership with the Philippines and the country’s further integration into the international trade system?
EQ5 Governance - To what extent has the EU support promoted and strengthened better governance?
EQ6 Mix of Instruments - To what extent was the EU’s mix of financing instruments and aid modalities appropriate to the national context and EU cooperation objectives?
Annex 7: Geography of the European Commission’s interventions in the Philippines
Annex 8: Overview of evaluation methodology
8.1. Tools for the Inception Phase
8.2. Tools for the desk phase
8.3. Tools for the field phase
8.4. The synthesis phase
Annex 9: Summary of Seminar in the Philippines
Annex 10: Terms of References
Author (Corp. Body): PARTICIP GmbH Consultants für Entwicklung und Umwelt, Freiburg im Breisgau
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | DRN | Aide a? la De?cision Economique, Ottignies Louvain la Neuve | Overseas Development Institute, London | EURASIA | Instituto C
Year: 2011
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: EuropeAid/122888/C/SER/Multi | 2009/223108 | Ref. Ares(2013)2946473
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: povertyevaluationdevelopment aidEUEuropean Commissionfinancial assistancehealth care delivery systemgovernance
commercecooperationrural developmentPhilippineseconomic policy
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesPhilippines
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