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Title: Children?s health and environment
Title (other): A review of evidence ; a joint report from the European Environment Agency and the WHO Regional Office for Europe
Abstract
This publication provides an overview of the available evidence of the relationship between the physical environment and children's health. It identifies both research needs and policy priorities to protect children's health from environmental hazards. The report was prepared by the WHO European Centre for Environment and Health, Rome Operational Division, with support from the European Environment Agency. It is based on background papers prepared for the Third Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health, held in London in 1999.[Author vide copyright]
Series Title: Environmental issue report ; 29
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Umweltagentur | European Environment Agency
Year: 2002
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 92-9167-412-5
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Aufsätze (Einzelbeiträge)
Keyword: Environmental policyEUhealth policychild
Subject: European Communities. European UnionHealth. IllnessPollution control. Environmental technology
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Umwelt 2010: Unsere Zukunft liegt in unserer Hand. Das 6. Aktionsprogramm der EG für die Umwelt
Title (other): Environment 2010: Our Future, Our Choice. 6th EU Environment Action Programme | Environnement 2010: Notre Avenir, Notre
Choix. 6ème programme communautaire d?action pour l?Environnement
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Umwelt | European Commission / Directorate General for the Environment
Year: 2001
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 92-894-0259-8 | 92-894-0261-X | 92-894-0262-8
Language: en | de | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU environmental policyEUhealth policyclimate protectionnature protectionenvironmental policy
Subject: Environment. Natural resourcesProtection of the environment
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Environment and health
Abstract
Public concerns, evidence from research and increasing scientific knowledge are all driving widespread discussions on environment and health problems. The issue of environment and health is characterised by multi-causality with different strengths of association. This means that the links between exposures and their health consequences depend on the environmental pollutants and diseases being considered, but are also influenced by factors such as genetic constitution, age, nutrition and lifestyle, and socioeconomic factors such as poverty and level of education.[Author vide copyright]
Author: Pärt, Peter
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Umwelt | European Commission / Directorate General for the Environment
Publisher: Europäische Gemeinschaften / Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen
Year: 2006
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 92-9167-781-7 | 1725-9177 | TH-AL-05-010-EN-C
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU environmental policyEUhealthhealth policyenvironmental policy
Subject: Health. IllnessProtection of the environment
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Breaking the barriers: romani women and access to public health care
Abstract
This project aims to build upon on the findings of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) High Commissioner on National Minorities (HCNM) Report on the Situation of Roma and Sinti in the OSCE Area (April 2000). Specifically, the inadequacy of available information relating to this self-evidently important subject merited a substantial study and report with a policy orientation. As such, the project sought to reveal and understand better the situation of Romani women with regard to the vital subject of health care, to examine it in terms of applicable standards and the genuine needs of the population, and to draw appropriate conclusions and to propose practical recommendations. The project thus sought to stimulate the interest and action of others, especially governments, and to contribute momentum to a nascent European-wide movement of Romani women for their own empowerment as free and responsible citizens. [Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
A. Introduction
B. Legal standards
C. The importance of ethnic data collection to improving access to health care
A. Discrimination against Roma in access to health care
B. Improving access to health care for Romani women
A. Access to documented legal status
B. Access to social benefits and health
C. Access to education and health
D. Access to adequate housing and health
A. Health and government strategies to improve the situation of Roma
B. Improving access to health care through greater familiarity with Romani culture
C. Improving access to health care through Romani health mediators
D. The potential of intergovernmental initiatives to improve access to health care for Romani women
Recommendations
Author (Corp. Body): European Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia
Publisher: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities
Year: 2003
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 92-95008-14-6
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: social policyhealth policyhealth careequality of treatmentpolicy on minorities
Subject: Hospitals and other health servicesHuman rightsRacial policyRaces and ethnic groups
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Title: Policy Options for the Proposed Directive on Patient's Rights in Cross-border Healthcare
Abstract
The objective of the study is to highlight policy options in relation to the recent proposal put forth by the European Commission for a directive on the application of patients rights in cross-border healthcare. [...][Janne Sylvest; Benita Kidmose Rytz]
Author: Sylvest, Janne | Kidmose Rytz , Benita
Series Title:European Parliament - Study
Publisher: Europäische Union / Europäisches Parlament
Year: 2009
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: PE 416.201
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: health policypatient law
Subject: Law. Jurisprudence. Legal systemsMedical care. Health control
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Title: Screening report Turkey : Chapter 28: Consumer and Health Protection
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Erweiterung
Year: 2007
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU expansionhealth policyTurkeyconsumer protection
Subject: European Community external relations and associated countriesConsumption. Consumer protectionMedical care. Health control
Countries Scheme: Turkey
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Title: EU Physical activity guidelines : recommended policy actions in support of health-enhancing physical activity
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Bildung und Kultur
Year: 2008
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EUhealth policysports
Subject: Health. Illness
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: The expert panel on effective ways of investing in health : Rules of procedure
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Gesundheit und Verbraucher | Health Systems and Products e health and Health Technology Assessment
Year: 2013
Language: en
Ressource: Länderinformationen | Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: reporthealth policyinvestment
Subject: Medical care. Health control
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Financing Global Sustainable Development : Illustrations of EU contributions to the 2030 Agenda
Table of Contents
A holistic approach to sustainable development finance
1. The EU is helping countries to mobilise more domestic resources, improve public finance management and ensure debt sustainability
2. The EU is leveraging more development funding through blending and seeking further partnerships with the private sector
3. The EU and its Member States continue to be the world’s largest provider of ODA
An integrated approach to key sectors of financing sustainable development
4. Environment and climate – The EU leads the efforts for a sustainable world
5. Trade – The EU remains the world’s most open market, importing EUR 860 billion annually from developing countries
6.Science, technology and innovation – The EU’s EUR 77 billion research and innovation programme, is fully open to participation from developing countries
7. Remittances – The EU contributes to reducing remittance costs to free up more funds for development
8. Sustainable agriculture and nutrition – The EU is acting to lift 500 million people in developing countries out of hunger and malnutrition by 2030
9. Energy – The EU is acting to lift 500 million people out of energy poverty by 2030
10. Human development and social inclusion – The EU champions poverty eradication, health, education, decent work, safe workplaces, social protection and supporting well-managed migration
11. Gender – The EU places women at the centre of development cooperation
12. Peaceful societies – The EU provides support to improve governance and to enable people to live safe, secure lives
13. Least developed countries – The EU focuses on those most in need
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission
Publisher: Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen, Luxemburg
Year: 2016
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-79-54975-5 | MN-04-16-086-EN-N
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: energy policynutritionEUfundingfinancial managementresearch and developmenthealth policyglobalization
agriculturemigration policysustainable developmentpartnershipsocial policy
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Global ResourcesEurope. General Resources
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Title: Developing Anti-Discrimination Law in Europe : The 28 EU Member States, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia,
Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Turkey compared
Abstract
Over 10 years ago a major and unprecedented evolution occurred in the European Union with the adoption in 2000 of two pieces of EU legislation in the field of anti-discrimination: the Racial Equality Directive (2000/43/EC) and the Employment Equality Directive (2000/78/EC). The transposition and implementation of these legal provisions into the national legal systems of the 28 Member States is described in a series of annually updated country reports produced by the European Network of Legal Experts in the Non-discrimination Field. In addition, the Network also includes candidate countries (the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland and Turkey) and, since 2012, EEA countries (Liechtenstein and Norway). The Network annually reports on their national legislation compared with the anti-discrimination standards set by the EU. This Network was established and is managed by the Human European Consultancy and the Migration Policy Group. The national reports are written by independent national experts in each country covered by the Network. The information is provided in response to questions set out in a template format which closely follows the provisions of the two Directives, although all countries included in the Network do not have the same compliance obligations. The 33 reports cover national law, the establishment of enforcement mechanisms, jurisprudence and the adoption of other measures. They contain information current as of 1 January 2014. As such, they are a valuable source of information on national anti-discrimination law and can be found on the Network’s website at: www.non-discrimination.net. This Comparative Analysis, drafted by Isabelle Chopin and Catharina Germaine (Migration Policy Group), compares and analyses the information set out in the 2013 country reports in a format mirroring that of the country reports themselves and draws some conclusions from the information contained in them. [Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Preface
Introduction
1 Protected grounds of discrimination
A. Introduction to the transposition of the anti-discrimination Directives
B. Which grounds are covered?...
D.Religion or belief
Specific provisions on ... – ethos-based organisations
E.Disability
Specific provisions on disability – the reasonable accommodation duty
...
... disability – health and safety
F.Sexual orientation
G.Age
... age
H.Assumed and associated discrimination
I.Multiple discrimination
2 Definitions and scope
A. Direct discrimination
...
B. Indirect discrimination
...
C. Harassment
...
D. Instructions to discriminate...
E. Personal scope
F. Material scope
Employment
Social protection
Social advantages
Education
Access to and supply of goods and services3 Exceptions to the principle of equal treatment and positive action
A. Genuine and determining occupational requirements
B. Armed forces and other specific occupations
C. Nationality
...
D. Family benefits
E. Public security, public order, criminal offences, protection of health, and protection of the rights and freedoms of others
F. Other exceptions
G. Positive action
...
4 Access to justice and effective enforcement
A. Judicial and administrative procedures
Legal action in the private sector
... public sector
Obstacles to effective access to justice
B. Legal standing and associations
Entities which may engage in procedures
...
To engage ‘on behalf of’
Collective redress
Legitimate interest
C. Burden of proof
D. Victimisation
...
E. Sanctions and remediesA. Grounds covered
...
B. Competencies of equality bodies
6 Implementation and compliance
A. Dissemination of information and social and civil dialogue
... and awareness-raising
...
Dissemination of information and wareness-raising
...
B. Ensuring compliance
Conclusion
Author: Chopin, Isabelle ; 1026392233 | Germaine-Sahl, Catharina ; 1053777302
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Verbraucher | Europäisches Netz unabhängiger Sachverständiger im Bereich der Nichtdiskriminierung | Human European Consultancy, Utrecht | Migration Policy Group
Publisher: Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen, Luxemburg
Year: 2015
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-79-46193-4 | DS-AW-15-001-EN-N
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: equal rights lawhandicapemployment policydiscriminationEUhealth policyraceracial policy
legal usagereligionsocial policy
Subject: European Community law in generalSocial policy. Social welfareEqual opportunitiesRacial policySick and handicapped
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesIcelandNorway
Republic of MacedoniaLiechtensteinTurkey
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Title: Developing Anti-Discrimination Law in Europe : The 28 EU Member States, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia,
Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Turkey compared
Abstract
Over 10 years ago a major and unprecedented evolution occurred in the European Union with the adoption in 2000 of two pieces of EU legislation in the field of anti-discrimination: the Racial Equality Directive (2000/43/EC) and the Employment Equality Directive (2000/78/EC). The transposition and implementation of these legal provisions into the national legal systems of the 28 Member States is described in a series of annually updated country reports produced by the European Network of Legal Experts in the Non-discrimination Field. In addition, the Network also includes candidate countries (the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland and Turkey) and, since 2012, EEA countries (Liechtenstein and Norway).2 The Network annually reports on their national legislation compared with the anti-discrimination standards set by the EU. This Network was established and is managed by the Human European Consultancy and the Migration Policy Group. The national reports are written by independent national experts in each country covered by the Network. The information is provided in response to questions set out in a template format which closely follows the provisions of the two Directives, although all countries included in the Network do not have the same compliance obligations. The 33 reports cover national law, the establishment of enforcement mechanisms, jurisprudence and the adoption of other measures. They contain information current as of 1 January 2013.3 As such, they are a valuable source of information on national anti-discrimination law and can be found on the Network’s website at: www.non-discrimination.net. [Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Preface
Introduction
1 Protected grounds of discrimination
A. Which grounds are covered?
Table: Protected grounds
B. Racial or ethnic origin
C. Religion or belief
Specific provisions ... – ethos-based organisations
D. Disability
Specific provisions ... – the reasonable accommodation duty
Table: ...
Specific provisions on disability – health and safety
E. Sexual orientation
F. Age
Specific provisions on age
G. Assumed and associated discrimination
H. Multiple discrimination
2 Definitions and scope
A. Direct discrimination
...
B. Indirect discrimination
...
C. Harassment
...
D. Instructions to discriminate
...
E. Personal scope
F. Material scope
...
Employment
Social protection
Social advantages
Education
Access to and supply of goods and services
Beyond the Directives
3 Exceptions to the principle of equal treatment and positive action
A. Genuine and determining occupational requirements
B. Armed forces and other specific occupations
C. Nationality
...
D. Family benefits
E. Public security, public order, criminal offences, protection of health, and protection of the rights and freedoms of others
F. Other exceptions
G. Positive action
...
4 Access to justice and effective enforcement
A. Judicial and administrative procedures
Legal action in the private sector
Legal action in the public sector
Obstacles to effective access to justice
B. Legal standing and associations
Entities that may engage in procedures
...
To engage ‘on behalf of’
Collective redress
Legitimate interest
C. Burden of proof
D. Victimisation
...
E. Sanctions and remedies
5 The role of equality bodies compared
...
6 Implementation and compliance
A. Dissemination of information and social and civil dialogue
Dissemination of information and awareness raising
Social and civil dialogue
B. Ensuring compliance
Conclusion
ANNEX 1 ...
...
Author: Chopin, Isabelle ; 1026392233 | Germaine-Sahl, Catharina ; 1053777302
Contributer: Human European Consultancy, Utrecht | Migration Policy Group | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz | Europäisches Netz unabhängiger Sachverständiger im Bereich der Nichtdiskriminierung
Publisher: Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen, Luxemburg
Year: 2013
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-79-36348-1 | DS-AW-14-001-EN-N
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: equal rights lawhandicapemployment policydiscriminationEUhealth policyIcelandLiechtenstein
MacedoniaNorwayraceracial policylegal usagereligionsocial policyTurkey
Subject: European Community law in generalSocial policy. Social welfareEqual opportunitiesRacial policySick and handicapped
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesIcelandNorway
Republic of MacedoniaLiechtensteinTurkey
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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: Evaluation de la coopération de l’Union européenne avec la République Démocratique du Congo 2008-2013 : Rapport
final ; Volume I – Rapport principal
Title (other): Evaluation de la coopération de l’Union européenne avec la République Démocratique du Congo 2008 - 2013 : Rapport
final ; Volume I I – Annexes | Evaluation de la coopération de l’Union européenne avec la République Démocratique
du Congo 2008 - 2013 : Rapport final ; Volume I I I – Annexes | Evaluation de la Coopération de l'UE avec la
République démocratique du Congo ( 2008 - 2013 ) : "Fiche Contradictoire" ; Ref. Ares(2014)3760572 | Grille de
Qualité : Evaluation de la coopération de l’UE avec la République Démocratique du Congo ; Rapport final –
Septembre 2014 | Evaluation de la coopération de l’Union européenne avec la République Démocratique du Congo 2008 -
2013 : Résumé | Evaluation of the European Union’s Cooperation with the Democratic Republic of Congo 2008 - 2013 :
Summary
Abstract
Ce rapport présente les résultats de l’évaluation de la stratégie de coopération del’Union européenne (UE) avec la République démocratique du Congo (RDC) pour la période 2008-2013. Les principaux objectifs de l’évaluation sont de fournir, aux services de l’UE et à un public plus large, une évaluation indépendante et globale des relations passées et présentes de la coopération avec la RDC et d’identifier les leçons clés afin d’améliorer les stratégies et les programmes actuels et futurs de l’UE. En raison notamment des conflits qui ont émaillé son histoire au cours des deux dernières décennies, la RDC est considérée comme un pays fragile. L’évaluation a cherché à accorder toute l’attention nécessaire à ce contexte particulier, qui a des répercussions à la fois sur les objectifs pour suivis par la stratégie de coopération et sur les modalitésde mise en œuvre de l’aide de l’UE.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
LISTE DES SIGLES ET ACRONYMES
RÉSUMÉ EXÉCUTIF
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 OBJECTIFS ET CHAMP DE L’ÉVALUATION
1.1.1 Objectifs de l’évaluation
1.1.2 Champ de l’évaluation
1.2 MÉTHODOLOGIE DE L’ÉVALUATION
1.2.1 Phases successives de l’évaluation
1.2.2 Diagrammes des logiques d’intervention de l’Union européenne
1.2.3 Questions d’évaluation, critères dejugement et indicateurs
1.2.4 Processus de collecte et d’analyse des données
1.2.5 Limites de l’évaluation
1.3 ORGANISATION DU RAPPORT
2. LA COOPÉRATION ENTRE L’UE ET LA RDC
2.1 LE CONTEXTE DE LA RDC: SITUATION ÉCONOMIQUE, SOCIALE ET POLITIQUE
2.1.1 Géographie
2.1.2 Démographie
2.1.2 Contexte politique
2.1.3 Contexte économique
2.1.4 Contexte social
2.1.5 Contexte environnemental
2.2 POLITIQUES ET STRATÉGIES DE DÉVELOPPEMENT DE LA RDC
2.3 L’AIDE PUBLIQUE AU DÉVELOPPEMENT EN RDC
2.4 STRATÉGIES ET RÉALISATIONS DE LA COOPÉRATION DE L’UE EN RDC
2.4.1 Un bref rappel historique
2.4.2 La stratégie 10ème FED
2.4.3 Inventaire de la coopération UE - RDC 2008-2013)
3. RÉPONSES AUX QUESTIONS D’ÉVALUATION
3.1 Q.E. N°1 – STRATÉGIE
3.2 Q.E. N°2 – RÉFORME DU SECTEUR DE SÉCURITÉ ET ETAT DE DROIT
3.3 Q.E. N°3 – JUSTICE
3.4 Q.E. N°4 – ENVIRONNEMENT
3.5 Q.E. N°5 – FINANCES PUBLIQUES; DÉCENTRALISATION
3.6 Q.E. N°6 – TRANSPORTS
3.7 Q.E. N°7 – SANTÉ
3.8 Q.E. N°8 – COORDINATION DES PTF
3.9 Q.E. N°9 – MODALITÉS D’AIDE
4. CONCLUSIONS
5. RECOMMANDATIONS
Liste des tableaux
Liste des figures
| VOLUME II – ANNEXES 1 À 10
ANNEXE 1 – TERMES DE RÉFÉRENCE
ANNEXE 2 – MATRICE D’ÉVALUATION RENSEIGNÉE
ANNEXE 3 – DONNÉES COMPLÉMENTAIRES SUR LE CONTEXTE DE LA COOPÉRATION UE - RDC
ANNEXE 4 – LISTE DES INTERVENTIONS DE L’UE EN RDC SUR LA PÉRIODE ÉVALUÉE
ANNEXE 5 – SCHÉMAS DES LOGIQUES D’INTERVENTION POUR LE 9ÈME ET LE 10ÈME FED
ANNEXE 6 – MÉTHODOLOGIE DE L’ÉVALUATION
ANNEXE 7 – FICHES DE CARACTÉRISATION DES PROJETS DE L’ÉCHANTILLON
ANNEXE 8 – LISTE DES PERSONNES RENCONTRÉES
ANNEXE 9 – GROUPE DE RÉFÉRENCE
ANNEXE 10 – BIBLIOGRAPHIE
VOLUME III – ANNEXES 11 À 13
ANNEXE 11 – COMPTE-RENDU DU SÉMINAIRE DE RESTITUTION
ANNEXE 12 – PRÉSENTATION DONNÉE LORS DU SÉMINAIRE DE RESTITUTION DANS LE PAYS
ANNEXE 13 – PRÉSENTATION DE M. J-L BOLLY LORS DU SÉMINAIRE DE RESTITUTION
Author (Corp. Body): ADE
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | itad | COWI
Year: 2014
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Contrat No EVA 2011/ Lot 3 | Specific Contract N°2012/306669 | Ref. Ares(2014)3760572
Language: en | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: evaluationdevelopment aidEUfiscal policyhealth policyCongocooperationconstitutional state
security policyenvironmenttransportation policyeconomic policy
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesRepublic of the Congo
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Title: Thematic evaluation of the European Commission support to the health sector : Final Report ; Volume I
Title (other): Thematic evaluation of the European Commission support to the health sector : Final Report ; Volume IIa | Thematic
evaluation of the European Commission support to the health sector : Final Report ; Volume IIb | Thematic evaluation of
the European Commission support to the health sector : Final Report ; Volume IIc | Thematic evaluation of the European
Commission support to the health sector : Final Report ; Volume IId | Thematic evaluation of the European Commission
support to the health sector : Final Report ; Volume IIe | Fiche Contradictoire : Thematic evaluation of the European
Commission support to the health sector ; Ref. Ares(2014)2001203 | Quality Grid : Thematic evaluation of the European
Commission's support to the health sector ; Final Report (August 2012) | Evaluation of the EU Support of the Health
Sector : Ref. 1308 ; EVINFO
Abstract
This final report presents the outcome of the “Thematic evaluation of EC support to the health sector”. It was commissioned by the Evaluation Unit of DG DEVCO and implemented between January 2011 and May 2012.The evaluation provides an independent assessment of the European Commission’s (EC’s) past and current support to the health sector by looking at the relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, impact and sustainability of the EC support provided. It also assesses the coherence of EC health support with other EC/European Union (EU) and donor policies and activities, as well as the specific EC added value within the health sector. The evaluation ultimately aims at identifying relevant key lessons, in order to provide recommendations for future EC support.The evaluation covers EC aid delivery over the period 2002 to 2010, including all geographical programmes (EDF, DCI, ENPI and predeces-sors) and thematic budget lines. It comprises all countries under the mandate of DG DEVCO and assesses every aid modality used in the health sector, including Sector Budget Support (SBS) and General Budget Support (GBS), as well as funds channelled through multilateral organisations or global initiatives, such as the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM) or the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation (GAVI).[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Executive Summary
1 Introduction
1.1 Overall objective and scope of the evaluation
1.2 Structure of the final report
2 Methodology
2.1 Key steps of the evaluation process
2.2 Challenges and limitations
3 Background and context of EC support to the health sector
3.1 Current international development co-operation and health sector framework
3.2 EC strategy and support to the health sector over the period 2002-2010
4 Inventory: Overview on EC resources to support health
4.1 EC support to health between 2002 and 2010: Global overview
4.2 Direct support to the health sector
4.3 EC ‘indirect’ support to the health sector: General Budget Support
5 Answers to the Evaluation Questions
5.1 EQ1: To what extent has EC support contributed to enhancing the quality of health services?
5.2 EQ2: To what extent has EC support to health contributed to increasing affordability of health care, especially for the poor?
5.3 EQ3: To what extent has EC support contributed to improving geographical availability of health facilities especially for the poor?
5.4 EQ4: To what extent has EC support to health contributed to improving health service utilisation related to MNCH?
5.5 EQ5- To what extent has EC support to health contributed to strengthening the management and governance of the health system?
5.6 EQ 6: To what extent and how has the EC contributed to strengthening government-led co-ordination, complementarity and synergies with Member States and other donors in the health sector, in line with the Paris Declaration? (national, regional and global levels)
5.7 EQ7: To what extent have the various financing modalities (GBS, SBS, other sector support, projects), funding channels and instruments and their combinations, been appropriate, thus contributing to improving access to, equity of and policy-based resource allocation in health?
5.8 Overall assessment of EC strategy
6 Conclusions and recommendations
6.1 Conclusions
6.2 Recommendations
List of tables
| VOLUME IIa: DETAILED PRELIMINARY ANSWERS TO THE EVALUATION QUESTIONS
Annex 1: Detailed preliminary answers to the Evaluation Questions
VOLUME IIB : MAIN INDIVIDUAL ANALYSIS
Annex 2: Inventory
Annex 3: Results of survey to EU Delegations
Annex 4: CSP analysis
Volume IIc: Country case studies and thematic case studies Country case studies
Annex 5: Burkina Faso
Annex 6: Democratic Republic of Congo
Annex 7: Ghana
Annex 8: South Africa
Annex 9: Zambia
Annex 10: Egypt
Annex 11: Moldova
Volume IId: Country case studies and thematic case studies (continued)
Annex 12: Afghanistan
Annex 13: Bangladesh
Annex 14: Philippines
Annex 15: Lao PDR
Annex 16: Ecuador
Thematic case studies
Annex 17: The European Commission and the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM)
Annex 18: EC support to the health sector in fragile states
Annex 19: The European Commission and Global Public Goods (GPG) for Health
Volume IIe: Terms of References, Definitions and Methodological remarks, References
Annex 20: Terms of References
Annex 21: Evaluation Matrix
Annex 22: Methodology and tools used for the evaluation
Annex 23: Overview of sources used per indicator
Annex 24: Selection criteria and ranking for the 12 country case studies
Annex 25: Overview of selected interventions in the 12 case study countries
Annex 26: Overview of Budget Support operations in the 25 desk study countries
Annex 27: Statistical tables
Annex 28: Specific features of EC support to health in partner country regions
Annex 29: Consideration of cross-cutting issues in EC policies to the health sector
Annex 30: List of People Interviewed
Annex 31: Documents consulted
Author (Corp. Body): PARTICIP GmbH Consultants für Entwicklung und Umwelt, Freiburg im Breisgau
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | Egeval II | DRN | Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik, Berlin | European Centre for Development Policy Management | Overseas
Year: 2012
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: EuropeAid/122888/C/SER/Multi | Contract n° EVA 2007/social LOT2 | Ares(2014)2001203 | Ref. 1308
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EgyptAfghanistanAIDSBangladeshevaluationBurkina FasoEcuadordevelopment aid
EUhealth policyGhanavaccinationCongoLaosPhilippinesRepublic of South AfricaZambia
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relationsMedical care. Health control
Countries Scheme: Global ResourcesEurope. General Resources
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Title: Joint Evaluation of the Cooperation of the European Commission, Belgium, Denmark, France and Luxembourg with Niger
between 2000 - 2008 : Final report ; Volume 1 – Main report ; Second revised edition
Title (other): Evaluation conjointe de la cooperation de la Commission Europeenne, de la Belgique, du Danemark, de la France et du
Luxembourg avec le Niger 2000-2008 : Rapport final ; Volume 2 - Annexes | Annexe 3 – Logiques d'intervention |
Evaluation conjointe de la cooperation de la Commission Europeenne, de la Belgique, du Danemark, de la France et du
Luxembourg avec le Niger 2000-2008 : Rapport final ; Annexe 7 - Rapports sectoriels et thématiques | Evaluation
conjointe de la cooperation de la Commission Europeenne, de la Belgique, du Danemark, de la France et du Luxembourg avec
le Niger 2000-2008 : Rapport final ; Volume 1 – Rapport principal | Evaluation conjointe de la coopération de la
Commission européenne, de la Belgique, du Danemark, de la France et du Luxembourg avec le Niger - 2000 à 2008 : Ref.
1278 ; EVINFO
Abstract
In 2007, five donors (European Commission, Belgium, Denmark, France and Luxembourg) decided to work together to evaluate their cooperation with Niger over the 2000-2008 period. Together, the five Donors taking part in the evaluation (DPE) accounted for more than half the Official Development Assistance (ODA) delivered to Niger over the period.Because it is a joint evaluation, specific aspects had to be taken into account: the aim was not to assess the individual performance of each DPE but to analyse the conception, implementation and effects of their joint action. Two analytical frameworks have been used to achieve this:An analysis of the implementation of the Paris Declaration Commitments, focusing on the cooperation process, and the relationship between the aid partners in particular (DPE-Government on the one hand, between DPEs on the other).The evaluation criteria of the Development Assistance Committee (DAC), which help assess the collective performance of DPEs by analysing their aims, resources, achievements, results and impacts.The evaluation is structured on the basis of these two analysis frameworks. It deals with the strategic cooperation frameworks between each DPE and the Government of Niger, as well as their priorities and interventions in a selection of sectors (rural development, water and sanitation, transport, culture, craft industry, health, education and training, macroeconomic support), taking into account cross-cutting issues (regional development, environment, gender issues, demographics and youth issues). The evaluation is also based on an extensive document review, field visits to selected sites in Niger, and on a survey about the perception of development aid in Niger, led concomitantly by the Laboratory for the Study and Research on Social Dynamics and Local Development (LASDEL). [Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
LIST OF ACRONYMS
SUMMARY
1. MANDATE OF THE EVALUATION
1.1. A joint evaluation
1.2. Scope of evaluation1.3. Evaluation monitoring
1.4. Parallel perception survey by LASDEL
2. METHODOLOGY
2.1. Strengths of the evaluation
2.2. Weaknesses of the evaluation
3. DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES IN NIGER
3.1. Geography and climate
3.1.1. A vast, land-locked country bordered by Nigeria
3.1.2. A harsh, instable and deteriorating agro-climatic context
3.2. Population and poverty
3.2.1. One of the highest population growth rates in the world
3.2.2. Chronic food insecurity
3.2.3. One of the poorest populations in the world, facing a worsening situation
3.2.4. Rural economy in permanent crisis
3.2.5. Mining products, an asset which is still not used to its full potential
3.2.6. A very low level of education
3.2.7. Less developed migration trends than in some other Sahelian countries
3.2.8. Niger belongs to a solid monetary area... Is it too solid?
3.2.9. Close economic integration with Nigeria and other coastal countries
3.2.10. Economic integration hindered by an insufficient transport network
3.3. The Nigerien State
3.3.1. The political stability experienced during the period of evaluation has recently been undermined
3.3.2. A decentralisation process which is still in its early stages and not very advanced
3.3.3. A better controlled State budget, but which still depends a lot on foreign aid
3.3.4. More formal policies
3.4. SWOT analysis
4. GOVERNMENT STRATEGIES AND DPE RESPONSES
4.1. Niger’s Poverty Reduction Strategy, a framework to adapt to development challenges
4.2. General strategies of the DPEs with Niger
4.2.1. Belgium
4.2.2. European Commission
4.2.3. France
4.2.4. Denmark
4.2.5. Luxembourg
4.3. Financial commitments of the DPEs in Niger
4.3.1. Weight of aid granted by DPEs in Niger
4.3.2. Regional distribution of aid by the DPEs in Niger
| 4.3.3. Sectoral distribution of aid by the DPEs in Niger
5. ANALYSIS
5.1. An approach based on 11 evaluation questions
5.2. Two complementary analysis frameworks
5.3. First analysis framework: Implementation of the Paris Declaration Commitments
5.3.1. Paris Declaration: implied hypotheses
5.3.2. The concept of cooperation area
5.3.3. The cooperation cycle
5.3.4. What deductions can be made regarding the Paris Declaration Commitments?
5.4. Second analysis framework: the DAC evaluation criteria
5.4.1. Relevance
5.4.2. Coherence
5.4.3. Effectiveness
5.4.4. Impact
5.4.5. Sustainability
5.4.6. Efficiency
6. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
| Volume II: Annexes
ANNEXE 1. TERMES DE RÉFÉRENCE
ANNEXE 2. METHODOLOGIE ET CONCEPTS
ANNEXE 3. LOGIQUES D’INTERVENTION
ANNEXE 4. LES ENJEUX DE DEVELOPPEMENT DU NIGER
ANNEXE 5. ENGAGEMENTS FINANCIERS DES DPE AU NIGER : ANALYSE SECTORIELLE ET REGIONALE
ANNEXE 6. AUTRES COOPERATIONS SIGNIFICATIVES AU NIGER
ANNEXE 7. RAPPORTS SECTORIELS
ANNEXE 8. REPONSE AUX QUESTIONS D’EVALUATION
ANNEXE 9. FOCUS GROUPS ORGANISES DANS LE CADRE DE LA MISSION DE TERRAIN
ANNEXE 10. BIBLIOGRAPHIE
ANNEXE 11. MEMBRE DE L’EQUIPE DE CONSULTANTS ET DU COMITE DE GESTION
Author (Corp. Body): Société d’Etudes et d’Evaluation sarl
Contributer: Europäische Kommission | Belgien | Dänemark | Frankreich | Luxembourg | baastel | Institut de Recherches dApplications des Me?thodes de De?veloppement, Paris | Dnet Consult
Year: 2010
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Ref. 1278
Language: en | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: trainingBelgiumevaluationeducationDenmarkdemographydevelopment aidEU
European CommissionFrancegender mainstreaminghealth policyhandicraft tradeyouth policycooperationculturerural developmentLuxembourg
macroeconomicsNigerenvironmental policytrafficeconomics of water supply and distribution
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesDenmarkBelgiumFranceLuxembourgNiger
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Title: Country Level Evaluation Nigeria : Final Report ; Volume I: Main Report
Title (other): Country Level Evaluation Nigeria : Final Report ; Volume II: Annexes | Fiche Contradictoire : Evaluation of the European
Commission's cooperation with Nigeria (Country level evaluation) | Quality Grid : Evaluation of the European
Commission's support to Nigeria ; Final report | Evaluation of the Commission’s support to Nigeria : Ref. 1276 ; EVINFO
| Country Level Evaluation Nigeria : Final Report ; Executive Summary
Abstract
This report covers the evaluation of the cooperation strategy of the EC with the Federal Republic of Nigeria and its implementation in relation to the Country Strategies and National Indicative Programmes of the 7th and 9th European Development Funds(EDF) as well as to contributions from thematic budget lines and other cooperation instruments.The main objectives of this evaluation are: To provide the external cooperation Services of the EC and the wider public with an overall independent assessment of the Commission’s past and current cooperation programme with Nigeria;To identify key lessons learned from the past cooperation with Nigeria with a view to improving the current and future strategies and programmes of the Commission.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Executive Summary
1 Introduction
1.1 Objectives and Scope of the Evaluation
1.2 Evaluation Methodology
1.2.1 Overall Evaluation Procedure
1.2.2 Methodology of the Desk Study
1.2.3 Field Study Methodology
1.2.4 Data Collection Methods and Tools
1.2.5 Limitations of the Evaluation and team response
1.2.6 Relations between desk study and field study
1.3 Report Structure
2 Context of the Evaluation
2.1 Overview of Development Cooperation with Nigeria
2.2 EC Cooperation with Nigeria
2.2.1 Objectives
2.2.2 Approach
2.2.3 Choice of Focal States and Focal Sectors
2.2.4 Funding allocation
3 Answers to the Evaluation Questions
3.1 EQ 1: Strategy Relevance & Design
3.1.1 Background
3.1.2 Findings
3.1.3 Overall Answer to the EQ
3.2 EQ 2: Efficiency
3.2.1 Background
3.2.2 Findings
3.2.3 Overall Answer to the EQ
3.3 EQ 3 Focal Sector 1: Water Supply and Sanitation
3.3.1 Background
3.3.2 Findings
3.3.3 Overall Answer to the EQ
3.4 EQ 4 Focus Sector 2: Institutional and Economic Reform
3.4.1 Background
3.4.2 Findings
3.4.3 Overall Answer to the EQ
3.5 EQ 5 Immunisation
3.5.1 Background
3.5.2 Findings
3.5.3 Overall Answer to the EQ
3.6 EQ 6 Democracy & Rule of Law
3.6.1 Background
3.6.2 Findings
3.6.3 Overall Answer to the EQ
3.7 EQ 7 Regional Integration
3.7.1 Background
3.7.2 Findings
3.7.3 Overall Answer to the EQ
3.8 EQ 8 Civil Society Strengthening
3.8.1 Background
3.8.2 Findings
3.8.3 Overall Answer to the EQ
3.9 EQ 9 Micro projects
3.9.1 Background
3.9.2 Findings
3.9.3 Overall Answer to the EQ
3.10 EQ 10 “3Cs”
3.10.1 Background
3.10.2 Findings
3.10.3 Overall Answer to the EQ
4 Conclusions
4.1 Principal Conclusions
4.2 Further Conclusions
5 Recommendations
5.1 Principal Recommendations
5.2 General Operational Recommendations
5.3 Sector Specific Recommendations
5.4 Recommendation related to regional integration
| 5.4 Recommendation related to regional integration
Volume II
ANNEX 1 Terms of Reference
ANNEX 2 The Nigeria background
ANNEX 3 The EC Cooperation with Nigeria
ANNEX 4 Evaluation Methodology
ANNEX 5 Information Matrix
ANNEX 6 List of Persons/ Institutions Met
ANNEX 7 Mission Calendar
ANNEX 8 Focus Group Minutes
ANNEX 9 Bibliography
ANNEX 10 Inventory of EC-Projects/Programmes in Nigeria
ANNEX 11 Powerpoint Presentation
ANNEX 12 Minutes of the seminar in Abuja
Author (Corp. Body): ECO Consult
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Amt für Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung, Information | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Außenbeziehungen | AGEG | APRI | Euronet | Ins
Year: 2010
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Contract No EVA 2007/geo-acp | Ref. 1276
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: impactevaluationdemocratizationdevelopment aidEUEuropean Commissionfinancial assistancehealth policy
Nigeriaplanningconstitutional stateregional integrationeconomics of water supply and distributionindustrial reformcivil society
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community funds and financial instruments. EIBEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesNigeria
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Title: Support Group for Ukraine : Activity Report ; The first 18 months
Abstract
This report provides an account of the activities of the Support Group for Ukraine in the course of its first eighteen months of full operation (from approximately September 2014 to the first half of this year). The Support Group was created in Spring 2014 on the initiative of the President of the European Commission, in response to the appointment of a reform-minded government following the dramatic events of the previous Winter. It was swiftly realised that for Ukraine to survive the early crisis period, and ultimately to fully achieve and draw maximum benefit from political association and economic integration with the EU, it would have to realise fundamental and systemic governance and economic reforms.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
2. INTRODUCTION
3. REFORM PLANNING, GOVERNANCE AND RULE OF LAW
3.1. Public Administration Reform
3.2. Anti-corruption
3.3. Rule of law reform
3.4. Central government
3.5. The Verkhovna Rada
3.6. Constitutional, electoral and other political reforms
4. ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE
4.1. Public Financial Management
4.2. Financial sector
4.3. Trade and industry
4.4. Energy sector
4.5. Transport
4.6. Agriculture and sanitary and phyto-sanitary measures
4.7. Education and Science Policy
4.8. Environment
5. HEALTH, LABOUR AND INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS
5.1. Public health5.2. Employment and the labour market
5.3. Internally displaced persons
6. FINANCIAL COOPERATION
7. LESSONS LEARNED AND OUTLOOK
8. ANNEX 1: ILLUSTRATIVE LIST OF MEASURES ACHIEVED WITH SGUA INVOLVEMENT
9. ANNEX II: PRINCIPAL ITEMS OF EU FINANCIAL COOPERATION PROVIDED TO UKRAINE, 1991- 2015
Author (Corp. Body): Support Group for Ukraine
Contributer: Europäische Kommission | Europäische Kommission / Directorate General for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations
Year: 2016
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: labor marketemploymenteducational policyenergyEUjoining of the European Unionfinancial assistancefinancial management
health policygovernancecommerceindustrial sectoragriculturelegal usagereformtransportationUkraineenvironmental policy
administrationindustrial reformscience policy
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesUkraine
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Title: Screening report Serbia : Chapter 28 – Consumer and health protection
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Directorate General for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations
Year: 2016
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: MD 146/16
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EUjoining of the European Unionhealth policySerbiaconsumer protection
Subject: European Community external relationsConsumption. Consumer protectionHealth. Illness
Countries Scheme: Serbia
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Title: Impact of information on patients’ choice within the context of the Directive 2011/24/EU of the European Parliament and
of the Council on the application of patients’ rights in cross-border healthcare : Final Report
Abstract
The Executive Agency for Consumers, Health and Food (CHAFEA), acting on behalf of the European Commission (DG SANCO) commissioned Ipsos and London Economics to undertake a study into the impact of information on patients’ choice in the context of Directive 2011/24/EU of the European Parliament and the Council on the application of patients’ rights in cross-border healthcare.The study is divided into two phases: Phase I is based on a controlled online experiment and survey undertaken in eight Member States which investigated the impact of information on respondents’ choice to seek healthcare cross-border in the EU. Phase I also included a survey of payers. In Phase II a shortened version of the Phase I experiment was implemented along with a survey that asked respondents questions about their experience on the National Contact Point websites.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Glossary
Executive summary
1 Introduction
1.1 Objective
1.2 Phase I method
1.3 Survey of citizens and doctors
1.4 Payer survey
1.5 Literature review
1.6 Behavioural experiment
1.7 Design of choice experiment
1.8 Phase II method
2 Literature review Phase I
2.1 Overview of cross-border healthcare provision
2.2 Country-level evidence
3 Payer survey Phase I
3.1 Directive 2011/24/EU and cross-border patient care
3.2 The content of National Contact Point websites
4 Consumer and doctor survey Phase I
4.1 Previous experience of cross-border medical treatment
4.2 Destination of previous cross-border travel for medical treatment
4.3 Reasons for travelling cross-border for medical treatment
4.4 Potential reasons for travelling cross-border for medical treatment
4.5 Confidence in healthcare systems
4.6 Recommendations for cross-border travel
5 Drivers of cross-border patient choice Phase I
5.1 Price
5.2 Waiting time
5.3 Trust
5.4 Language
6 National Contact Point visitor questionnaire Phase II
6.1 Reasons for visiting the National Contact Points
6.2 How easy it was to find information on the NCP websites
6.3 How helpful the information was
7 Drivers of cross-border patient choice Phase II
7.1 The effect of price on choice of cross-border healthcare
7.2 The effect of waiting time on choice of cross-border healthcare
7.3 The effect of price and waiting time
7.4 Effect of complexity of information framing on choice
8 Conclusions and recommendations
References
Annex 1 Survey of citizens and doctors Phase I
Annex 2 NCP Visitor questionnaire Phase II
Annex 3 Invitation screens NCP visitor questionnaire Phase II
Annex 4 Regression results Phase I and II
Annex 5 Confidence in national healthcare systems Phase I
Tables, Figures and Boxes
Author (Corp. Body): London Economics | Ipsos
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Consumers, Health, Agriculture and Food Executive Agency
Year: 2014
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EUhealth policyhealth carecross border cooperationinformation processpatient law
Subject: Medical care. Health control
Countries Scheme: Germany. General ResourcesEurope. General ResourcesDenmarkFinlandSwedenEstoniaPoland
Czech RepublicHungarySloveniaItalySpain
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