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Title: Study on the use of advanced telecommunications services by health care establishments and possible implications for
telecommunications regulatory policy of the European Union - SATS -
Title (other): Final report
Author (Corp. Body): empirica: Gesellschaft für Kommunikations und Technologieforschung | wrc: Work Research Centre
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Informationsgesellschaft | European Commission / Directorate General for Information Society
Year: unknown
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: health care delivery systeminformation technologytelecommunication
Subject: Various information networks and systems
Countries Scheme: EUROPE
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Title: The European Union confronts HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis A comprehensive strategy for the new millennium
Title (other): Le combat de l'Union européenne contre le VIH/SIDA, le paludisme et la tuberculose Une stratégie globale pour le
nouveau millénaire
Series Title: European Commission - Development ; 2003,120
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung
Publisher: Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen
Year: 2003
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 92-894-5323-0 | NH-51-03-770-EN-C | 92-894-5324-9 | NH-51-03-770-FR-C
Language: en | fr
Ressource: Länderinformationen | Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: AIDSdevelopment aidhealth care delivery system
Subject: Development aid. Aid programmes and aid organizationsMedicine. Diseases
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesLatin America and Caribbean. General ResourcesAfrica. General ResourcesAsia and Middle East. General Resources
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Title: Evaluation à mi-parcours de la stratégie d'appui de l'Union européenne au secteur de santé en Haiti : rapport final
Author (Corp. Body): HERA, Health Research for Action
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Amt für Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid
Year: 2000
Language: fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU countriesDevelopment AidHealth serviceHaitidevelopment aid policyhealth care delivery system
Subject: Aid programmesDevelopment projects
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesHaiti
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Title: Health Care Financing in the Context of Social Security
Abstract
Health systems in the European Union perform a vital social security function. They mitigate both health and financial risks and make a major contribution to social and economic welfare. In light of various cost pressures, the Council of the European Union has articulated the challenge facing the member states as the need to secure the financial sustainability of their health systems without undermining the values these share: universal coverage, solidarity in financing, equity of access and the provision of high quality health care (Council of the European Union 2006). Our aim in this report is to contribute to addressing this challenge by examining how strengthening the design of health care financing can help to secure health system sustainability. The report begins by clarifying the nature of the sustainability problem (Section 1). It then explores the adequacy of current financing arrangements and recent financing reforms in respect of their ability to secure sustainability (Sections 2 and 3). Finally, it offers some practical suggestions as to the best way forward. [Sarah Thomson, Thomas Foubister, Professor Elias Mossialos]
Author: Thomson, Sarah | Foubister, Thomas
Series Title:European Parliament - Study
Publisher: Europäische Union / Europäisches Parlament
Year: 2008
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: PE 404.890
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: Health care financinghealth care delivery systemsustainabilitysocial security
Subject: Social securityMoney. FinancingHealth. IllnessMedical care. Health control
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Title: European Commission's support to the Republic of Moldova : country level evaluation ; Final synthesis report
Title (other): EVInfo; Observations ...; Fiche contradictoire | Evaluation of the European Commission’s Support to the Republic of
Moldova : Ref. 1094 , EVINFO | Fiche Contratictoire : Evaluation of the European Commission's support to the Republic of
Moldova | Evaluation of the European Commission's support to the Republic of Moldova : Observations and Judgement on the
final evaluation report | Fiche Contradictoire : Evaluation of the European Commission's support to the Republic of
Moldova : Follow-up (one year later)
Abstract
The purpose of this evaluation is to provide policy-makers and managers of the Commission’s relevant external co-operation Services as well as other relevant DGs (such as DG Trade and DG Environment), and the EC Delegations in Chisinau and Kiev, with an independent assessment of the EC programme of co-operation with Moldova. The quality of EC assistance is assessed on the basis of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Development Assistance Committee (DAC) criteria of relevance, effectiveness, impact, efficiency, and sustainability. The "3Cs" of coordination, complementarity, and coherence are also covered. The period covered by the evaluation is 2000-2006. However, as it is intended to be a forward-looking document, the team did not abruptly truncate the analysis at the end of 2006.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1.1. Purpose of the evaluation
1.2. Analysis and main findings
1.3. Overall Conclusions
1.4. Overall recommendations
2. FINDINGS, CONCLUSIONS AND ANSWERS TO EVALUATION QUESTIONS
2.1. Overview of Evaluation Questions
2.2. EQ (J) Justice and Home Affairs
2.3. EQ (N) - NGOs and Civil Society
2.4. EQ (S) - SMEs and Rural Development
2.5. EQ (E) - Trade and Economy
2.6. EQ(F) – FSP
2.7. EQ (H) - Health
2.8. EQ(X) – Environment
2.9. EQ (T)-Transnistria
2.10. EQ (R) –Relevance and Coherence
2.11. EQ(C) – Coordination and Complementarity
3. SECTOR-SPECIFIC RECOMMENDATIONS
3.1. EQ (J) - Justice and Home Affairs
3.2. EQ (N) – NGOs and Civil Society
3.3. EQ(S) - SMEs and rural development
3.4. EQ (E) – Trade and economic links
3.5. EQ (F) – Food Security Programme (FSP)
3.6. EQ(H) – Health
3.7. EQ(X) – Environment
3.8. EQ (T) – Transnistria
3.9. EQ (R) – Relevance and Coherence
3.10. EQ (C) – Coordination and Complementarity
OVERALL ASSESSMENT OF THE EC CO-OPERATION STRATEGY, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
3.11. Global Evaluation of the EC strategy
3.12. Conclusions
3.13. Overall Recommendations
Author (Corp. Body): EGEval II EEIG
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Amt für Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung, Information | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Außenbeziehungen | PARTICIP GmbH
Year: 2007
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Ref. 1094
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU countriesDevelopment AidHuman resourcesMoldovadevelopment aiddevelopment aid policyEUEuropean Commission
health care delivery systemcommercejudiciarycooperationrural developmentsustainabilityfoodenvironmental policyeconomic cooperationcivil society
Subject: Bilateral and multilateral aidEuropean Community funds and other financial instrumentsEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesMoldova
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Title: Managed Migration and the Labour Market
Title (other): The Health Sector
Table of Contents
Executive Summary
1. Introduction
1.1 Methodology
2. Topical Issues in Health Sector and Role of Migration
3. The Employment of Migrants in the Health Sector
4. Entry and Recognition of Qualifications
4.1 Entry Procedure
4.2 Ethical Recruitment Policy
4.3 Recognition of Qualifications
4.4 Validation of Qualifications
4.5 Linguistic Requirements
5. Policy Initiatives
6. Concluding Remarks
Author (Corp. Body): European Migration Network
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2006
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: labor marketright of asylumEuropean Lawhealth care delivery systemmigration
Subject: European Community law in generalEmployment services. Professional qualifications. Personnel managementMedical staff. VeterinariansAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: The efficiency of public expenditure in Malta
Abstract
Measuring public sector efficiency is not generally straightforward and presents a difficult empirical issue, specifically in terms of adequate measurement of costs and outcomes. This Country Focus attempts to measure the efficiency of public spending in Malta by applying two alternative non-parametric techniques: the Full Disposal Hull (FDH) and the Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA). The analysis is restricted to public spending on education and healthcare. Apart from their important contribution to welfare and economic growth, these two expenditure components together represent around 30% of total general government expenditure in Malta, suggesting that even incremental gains can lead to important improvements in budgetary resource allocations. For expenditure on education, the findings show that, whereas public expenditure in Malta appears relatively efficient at the primary and secondary levels of schooling, it is less so at the tertiary level. In the case of expenditure on health care, the results show that, even in the context of poor outcomes for the remaining Member States, the efficiency of public healthcare expenditure in Malta is weak .
Author: Ebejer, Ivan | Mandl, Ulrike
Series Title: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Wirtschaft und Finanzen - Ecfin country focus ; 2009,2
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Wirtschaft und Finanzen
Year: 2009
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: Educational SystemFiscal PolicyHealth serviceeducation systemfiscal policyhealth care delivery system
Subject: Economic analysis and research
Countries Scheme: Malta
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Title: Economic implications of socio-economic inequalities in health in the European Union
Author: Mackenbach, Johan P. | Meerding, Willem Jan | Kunst, Anton E.
Publisher: Directorate General Health and Consumer Protection
Year: 2007
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-79-06727-3
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EUhealth care delivery systeminequalityeconomic effects
Subject: Medical care. Health control
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Healthcare reform – unpopular even in Slovakia
Abstract
Although many painful reforms have been adopted in Slovakia over the last couple of years, the only one which is clearly disliked by the public is the reform of the healthcare system. It introduced profit-making and hard budget constraints into the system in an effort to increase efficiency, yet did not significantly increase choice or responsiveness in insurance coverage and medical treatment.
Author: Jev?ák, Anton
Series Title: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Wirtschaft und Finanzen - Ecfin country focus ; 2006,02
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Wirtschaft und Finanzen
Year: 2006
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: Health policyhealth care delivery system
Subject: Hospitals and other health services
Countries Scheme: Slovak Republic
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Title: Evaluation of the European Union’s Co-operation with Timor-Leste (2008 - 2013) : Final Report ; Volume 1
Title (other): Evaluation of the European Union’s Co-operation with Timor-Leste (2008 - 2013) : Final Report ; Volume 2 | Fiche
Contradictoire : Evaluation of the European Union's Co-operation with Timor-Leste 2008-2013
Abstract
Objective and scope of the evaluation: the objective of this country-level evaluation is to assess the European Union’s co-operation strategy with Timor-Leste over the period of the 10th EDF (2008-2013) while also taking account of co-operation efforts during the previous period (2006-2007). It focuses on the EU co-operation framework and all other official EU commitments to Timor-Leste apart from assistance from ECHO or initiatives undertaken by the European Investment Bank. It covers the focal sectors and areas in which the EU intervenes (institutional capacity-building, peace and stability, rural development, rehabilitation, health, support for state-building, food security, and support for Non-State Actors).[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
ACRONYMS
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
SUMÁRIO EXECUTIVO
1. INTRODUCTION
2. CONTEXT OF THE EVALUATION
3. METHODOLOGY
4. EVALUATION FINDINGS
4.1 EQ1 STRATEGIC RELEVANCE OF EU CO-OPERATION
4.2 EQ2 STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS
4.3 EQ3 EU PROCESSES AND CAPACITIES
4.4 EQ4 AID MODALITIES AND INSTRUMENTS
4.5 EQ5 FOCAL SECTORS AND SUSTAINABLEDEVELOPMENT
4.6 EQ6 SUPPORTING TIMOR-LESTE THROUGHCROSS-CUTTING ISSUES
4.7 EQ7 STATE-BUILDING AND GOVERNANCE
4.8 EQ8 EU AND CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANISATIONS
4.9 EQ9 A CO-OPERATION CONTRIBUTING TO CHANGES
5. CONCLUSIONS
6. RECOMMENDATIONS
LIST OF FIGURES
LIST OF TABLES
LIST OF ANNEXES (VOLUME 2)
ANNEX 1: TERMS OF REFERENCES
ANNEX 2: BIBLIOGRAPHY
ANNEX 3: EVALUATION MATRIX
ANNEX 4: LIST OF PERSONS MET
ANNEX 5: INVENTORY METHODOLOGY AND ANALYSIS
ANNEX 6: LIST OF EUROPEAID INTERVENTIONS IN TIMOR-LESTE
ANNEX 7: LIST OF ECHO INTERVENTIONS IN TIMOR-LESTE
ANNEX 8: ROM ANALYSIS
ANNEX 9: METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH
ANNEX 10: INTERVENTION LOGIC
ANNEX 11: NATIONAL CONTEXT ANNEX
ANNEX 12: EU APPROACH TO CIVIL SOCIETY AS A DEVELOPMENT PARTNER
ANNEX 13: STAKEHOLDER PERCEPTION SURVEY
ANNEX 14: CASE STUDY – THE NEW DEAL
ANNEX 15: ANALYSIS THE LOCAL MEDIA ON EU’S CO-OPERATION WITH TIMOR-LESTE
ANNEX 16: MINUTES OF THE SEMINAR IN DILI
Author (Corp. Body): Lattanzio Advisory Public Sector | PARTICIP GmbH Consultants für Entwicklung und Umwelt, Freiburg im Breisgau | Ecorys, Rotterdam | MOKORO | European Centre for Development Policy Management
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Internationale Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung, Brüssel
Year: 2015
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Framework Contract No EVA 2011/Lot 3 | Specific Contract No 2013/328506
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: evaluationdevelopment aid policyEUpeacehealth care delivery systemrural developmentfoodstate machinery
stabilityEast-Timor
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesTimor Leste
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Title: Evaluation of the Commission of the European Union’s co-operation with Ecuador : Final Report ; Volume I: Main Report
Title (other): Evaluation of the Commission of the European Union’s co-operation with Ecuador : Final Report ; Volume 2: Annexes 1-11
| Evaluation of the Commission of the European Union’s co-operation with Ecuador : Final Report ; Volume 3: Annex 12 |
"Fiche Contradictoire" : Evaluation of EC co-operation with Ecuador (2003-2010) | Quality Grid : Evaluation of EC
co-operation with Ecuador ; Final report | Evaluation of the EU Commission Co-operation with Ecuador – ref.1312 :
Abstract ; EVINFO
Abstract
This evaluation assesses the Commission of the European Union’s (EC) cooperation with Ecuador over the period 2003-2010. It aims at providing an overall independent assessment of the entire EC cooperation strategy and support in the country and to draw out key lessons to help improve current and future EC strategies and programmes.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
ACRONYMS
MAP
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 OBJECTIVES AND SCOPE OF THE EVALUATION
1.2 PURPOSE AND STRUCTURE OF THE REPORT
1.3 EVALUATION METHODOLOGY
1.3.1 EVALUATION PROCESS
1.3.2 DATA COLLECTION PROCESS AND TOOLS
1.3.3 CHALLENGES AND LIMITATIONS
2 NATIONAL CONTEXT
2.1 POLITICAL SITUATION
2.2 ECONOMIC OUTLOOK
2.3 SOCIAL PROFILE
2.4 THE DEVELOPMENT PRIORITIES OF THE GOVERNMENT OF ECUADOR
2.5 OVERVIEW OF DONORS’ COOPERATION
3 OVERVIEW OF EC-ECUADOR COOPERATION FRAMEWORK
3.1 PRIMARY LEGAL FRAMEWORK
3.2 THE INTERVENTION PILLARS OF THE COMMISSION’S STRATEGY IN ECUADOR
3.3 EC DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION IN ECUADOR
3.4 THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE STRATEGY - ALLOCATION OF FINANCIAL RESOURCES
4 ANSWERS TO THE EVALUATION QUESTIONS
4.1 SME POSITIONING ON INTERNAL & EXTERNAL MARKETS
4.2 TRADE & REGIONAL INTEGRATION
4.3 EDUCATION
4.4 NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
4.5 HEALTH
4.6 INSTRUMENTS & AID MODALITIES
4.7 BUDGET SUPPORT
4.8 3CS, VALUE ADDED & VISIBILITY
5 CONCLUSIONS, LESSONS LEARNED & RECOMMENDATIONS
5.1 CONCLUSIONS
5.2 LESSONS LEARNED
5.3 RECOMMENDATIONS
LIST OF FIGURES
LIST OF TABLES
| Volume 2: Annexes 1-11
ANNEX 1: TERMS OF REFERENCE
ANNEX 2: BIBLIOGRAPHY
ANNEX 3: LIST OF PEOPLE MET
ANNEX 4: NATIONAL CONTEXT
ANNEX 5: OVERVIEW OF EU- ECUADOR COOPERATION
ANNEX 6: EVALUATION METHODOLOGY
ANNEX 7: LIST OF EC INTERVENTIONS IN ECUADOR UNDER ALA-DCI BUDGET LINE (2003-2010)
ANNEX 8: LIST OF EC INTERVENTIONS IN ECUADOR UNDER THEMATIC BUDGET LINES, (2003-2010)
ANNEX 9: PROJECT FICHES OF SELECTED INTERVENTIONS
ANNEX 10: ROM ANALYSIS
ANNEX 11: DISSEMINATION SEMINAR OF THE REVISED DRAFT FINAL REPORT: POWER POINTPRESENTATION AND MINUTES
Volume 3: Annex 12
ACRONYMS
ANNEX 12: DATA EVALUATION GRID
EQ 1 - EQ 8
Author (Corp. Body): Development Researchers' Network
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | ADE | PARTICIP GmbH Consultants für Entwicklung und Umwelt, Freiburg im Breisgau | Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik, Berlin
Year: 2012
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Ref.: EuropeAid/122888/C/SER/Multi | Request for Services: 2010/256932 | Ref.1312
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: foreign tradeevaluationeducationdomestic marketEcuadordevelopment aid policyEUfinancial assistance
health care delivery systemcommercesmall-scale businesscooperationmedium-sized firmregional integrationresources
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relationsEconomic conditions. Economic structureEducational systems in generalMedical care. Health control
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesEcuador
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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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Title: Evaluation de la coopération de la Commission européenne avec la République centrafricaine : Evaluation de niveau
national ; Rapport final ; Volume 1: Rapport principal
Title (other): Evaluation de la coopération de la Commission européenne avec la République centrafricaine : Evaluation de niveau
national ; Rapport final ; Volume 2: Annexes | Evaluation de la Coopération de la Commission Européenne avec la
République Centrafricaine : Fiche Contradictoire | Grille de qualite : Evaluation de la coopération de la Commission
européenne avec la République Centrafricaine ; Rapport Final – Juin 2009 | Evaluation de la Coopération de la
Commission Européenne avec la République Centrafricaine : Ref. 1263 ; EVINFO | Evaluation de la coopération de la
Commission européenne avec la République centrafricaine : Evaluation de niveau national ; Résumé exécutif |
Evaluation of the Cooperation between the European Commission and the Central African Republic : Country Level
Evaluation ; Executive Summary
Abstract
The period covered by the evaluation, 1996-2007, was a time of political-military crises and worsening poverty and insecurity for the Central African Republic. This continued the trend which started immediately after Independence and which led the Central African Republic into a situation of chronic structural crisis.The management of the revenues from the exploitation of the local natural resources by the country’s leaders only benefited the very few. Over the reporting period the human development indicators worsened, and no sustainable economic growth was generated by the private sector. Hardly any new infrastructures were developed, and those that existed continuously deteriorated.The country remained almost fully dependent on Official Development Assistance (ODA) flows, which have gradually become scarcer with the increase in military conflicts and political crises. Systematic ODA flows were not reinstated until 2005 in the wake of the elections that followed the coup d’état of 2003.For years the European Commission was therefore faced with a large number of challenges, with an obligation to react rapidly and put in place responses both adapted to the country’s needs and consistent with Community rules. Between 1997 and 2007, the Commission mobilised €128m - that is €28 per inhabitant. More than two-thirds (68%) of disbursements were for macroeconomic support (€52.5m) and transport (€35.1m).[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Liste des sigles et abréviations
Appréciation globale
Résumé
Executive Summary
1 Introduction
1.1 Objectifs et champ de l’évaluation
1.2 Contexte de la réponse stratégique
1.3 Finalité de l'évaluation
2 Méthode d’évaluation
2.1 Les critères de jugement et les indicateurs
2.2 La démarche évaluative
2.3 Mise en œuvre de la méthode
3 La stratégie d’aide communautaire et son contexte
3.1 Contexte politique et socio économique
3.2 Stratégie d’aide au développement de la CE
3.3 Activités des autres PTF en RCA
4 Réponses apportées aux questions d’évaluation
4.1 Adaptation des stratégies de la CE aux besoins de la RCA et aux principes communautaires
4.2 Efficacité et impacts des appuis macroéconomiques
4.3 Efficacité et impact des appuis au secteur des transports
4.4 Efficacité et impacts dans le secteur de la santé
4.5 Combinaison efficiente des outils
4.6 Cohérence avec la stratégie régionale de la CE
4.7 Cohérence avec la Facilité de Paix pour l’Afrique
4.8 Cohérence, coordination-complémentarité et valeur ajoutée
4.9 Prise en compte des priorités transversales
4.10 Intégration de l’approche LRRD
5 Conclusions et recommandations
5.1 Conclusions
5.2 Recommandations
| 1.Termes de référence de la mission
2. Matrice d’information
QE1 - Dans quelle mesure les stratégies développées par l’aide de la CE - en particulier en ce qui concerne les objectifs, les secteurs de concentration et les modalités de participation des parties prenantes - ont-elles correspondu (i) aux objectifs et principes communautaires, (ii) aux priorités exprimées par le Gouvernement, (iii) aux besoins et aux capacités humaines et administratives du pays et (iv) aux évènements politiques de la période?
QE2 - Dans quelle mesure les interventions de la Commission en matière d’appui macroéconomique ont-elles contribué à une meilleure gestion des finances publiques, à favoriser la stabilité macroéconomique et la réduction de la pauvreté?
QE 3 - Dans quelle mesure les interventions de la Commission, dans son rôle de chef de file du secteur des transports, ont-elles permis (i) d’effectivement augmenter la mobilité des marchandises et des personnes en facilitant les échanges intérieurs et l’accès aux ports, (ii) de réduire les prix à la consommation dans les principaux centres urbains et (iii) d’améliorer durablement le système financier et technique d’entretien du réseau prioritaire?
QE4 - Dans quelle mesure les interventions de la Commission ont-elles contribué à améliorer l’état de santé de la population par un renforcement de l’accès aux services de santé et l’amélioration de la qualité des soins?
QE5 - Dans quelle mesure la Commission a utilisé une combinaison d’outils (ressources, instruments financiers, procédures et cadre réglementaires) adaptée à l’atteinte des objectifs stratégiques des différentes périodes, et particulièrement des périodes de crises?
QE6 - Dans quelle mesure les stratégies et programmes régionaux ont-ils été programmés, préparés et mis en œuvre en recherchant ou non des effets cumulatifs (synergies), en évitant les contradiction et les doubles emplois avec les stratégies communautaires de niveau national (et réciproquement) pour la lutte contre la pauvreté, | 6.2. Projets et approches sectorielles de la CE
6.2.1. Environnement
6.2.2. Bonne Gouvernance et Questions Transversales
6.3. Divers
7. Liste des projets 8 et 9ème FED en RCA (1996-2006)
8. Liste des personnes rencontrée
| la gestion des conflits et l’exploitation des ressources naturelles?
QE7 - Dans quelle mesure, la combinaison d’outils communautaires et d’autres instruments horizontaux d’intervention comme la Facilité de Paix pour l’Afrique ou la politique extérieure communautaire dans la région ont accompagné la sortie de crise de la RCA?
QE 8 - Dans quelle mesure, dans un contexte difficile, la qualité de la relation établie par la CE avec les autres partenaires techniques et financiers de la RCA a permis d’améliorer la cohérence et la complémentarité des interventions et de dégager une valeur ajoutée communautaire à un niveau global et/ou sectoriel, au sein d’une coordination avec les États membres?
QE9 - Les priorités transversales ont-elles été prises en compte dans la programmation, la préparation et la mise en œuvre des interventions de la Commission?
QE10 - Dans un contexte d’instabilité chronique, l’approche communautaire, notamment relative à l’État de droit et la bonne gouvernance, a t’elle intégré de manière anticipée des dimensions de prévention des conflits et de LRRD dans la programmation et la mise en œuvre de ses programmes?
3. Cartes de la RCA
4. Analyse des principaux documents stratégiques de la CE
4.1. Documents de politique européenne
4.2. Analyse de principaux documents de stratégie pays
4.3. Documents de stratégie de coopération régionale
4.4. Diagramme des effets
5. Annexes à la QE2
5.1. Documents
5.2. Synthèse des écarts budgetaires
5.3. Aspects juridiques de la réforme des finances publiques en RCA
5.3.1. Interventions de la Banque Mondiale
5.3.2. RCA : Tableau Récapitulatif des Indicateurs de Performance PEFA
5.3.3. Processus d’accession au point de décision PPTE
5.3.4. Chronologie finances publiques RCA
5.3.5. Matrice des declencheurs PTE
5.3.6. Matrice simplifiee des appuis macro economiques et reforme des finances publiques en RCA (1996-2008)
6. Liste des documents consultés
6.1. Programmation et stratégie de la CE
Author (Corp. Body): ECO Consult
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Amt für Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung, Information | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Außenbeziehungen | Arbeitsgemeinschaft Entwick
Year: 2009
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Contrat n° EVA 2007/ geo-acp | Ref. 1263
Language: en | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: evaluationdevelopment aidEUEuropean Commissionfinancial assistanceguarantee of peacehealth care delivery systeminfrastructure
crisis interventionprivate sectorregional integrationtransportationeconomic growthCentral African Republic
Subject: Aid programmesPeace. Wars. TerrorismEuropean Community funds and other financial instrumentsEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesCentral African Republic
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Title: Evaluation of EC co-operation with the LAO PDR : Final Report ; Volume 1
Title (other): Evaluation of EC co-operation with the LAO PDR : Final Report ; Volume 2 | Evaluation of European Commission’s
Cooperation with ASEAN : Country Level Evaluation ; Final Report | Fiche Contradictoire : Evaluation of the Commission's
support to the LAO PDR | Quality Grid : Evaluation of the Commission's cooperation with Laos ; Country Level Evaluation
| Evaluation of the Commission’s support to the LAO PDR : Ref. 1261 ; EVINFO
Abstract
The overall purpose of this evaluation is to ensure accountability for the use of allocated resources as well as to promote a lesson-learning culture in EC development cooperation. The main specific objectives of the evaluation were: •to provide the relevant external co-operation services of the EC and the wider public with an overall independent assessment of the Commission’s past and current cooperation relations with the Lao PDR; •to identify key lessons in order to improve the current and future strategies and programmes of the Commission.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
1 Introduction
1.1 FRAMEWORK OF THE EVALUATION
1.2 METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH
2 Development Co-operation Context
2.1 OVERVIEW
2.2 CONTEXT AND NATIONAL PRIORITIES2.3 TRADE
2.4 INVESTMENT
2.5 POVERTY
2.6 THE SOCIAL SECTOR: HEALTH AND EDUCATION
2.7 ENVIRONMENT
2.8 GOVERNANCE
2.9 HUMAN RIGHTS
3 EC Support to LAO PDR
3.1 THE OVERALL CONTEXT
3.2 EC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES AND PRIORITIES IN LAO PDR
3.2.1 EC-Lao PDR Cooperation Agreement
3.2.2 CSP 2002-2006 & NIPs 2002-2004 and 2005-2006
3.2.3 CSP 2007-2013 and Multi-annual Indicative Programme 2007-2010
3.2.4 Multi-country aspects of the EC's co-operation with Lao PDR
3.3 IMPLEMENTATION AND RESOURCES
3.4 DONOR CO-ORDINATION IN LAO PDR
4 Findings
4.1 EQ1 - TO WHAT EXTENT HAVE EC INTERVENTIONS IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT CONTRIBUTED TO IMPROVEMENTS IN RURAL INCOME AND FOOD SECURITY?
4.2 EQ2 - TO WHAT EXTENT DID THE CHANGE IN THE EC’S STRATEGY OF SUPPORT FOR THE HEALTH SECTOR (FROM LARGE INTERVENTIONS TO NGO PROJECTS AND SUPPORT FOR THE GLOBAL FUND)CONTRIBUTE TO INCREASED AVAILABILITY OF AND ACCESS TO BASIC HEALTH SERVICES?
4.3 EQ3 - TO WHAT EXTENT HAS EC SUPPORT TO THE EDUCATION SECTOR RESULTED IN SUSTAINABLE INCREASE IN THE AVAILABILITY OF AND ACCESS TO PRIMARY EDUCATION?
4.4 EQ4 – TO WHAT EXTENT HAVE EC SUPPORTED ACTIONS ON TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AND THROUGH ASEAN PROJECTS RESPONDED FLEXIBLY TO NEEDS AND INCREASED THE ABILITY OF THE LAO PDR TO BENEFIT FROM REGIONAL OR GLOBAL TRADE?
4.5 EQ5 - TO WHAT EXTENT HAS EC COOPERATION INCREASED AND IMPROVED LAO PDRPARTICIPATION IN ASEAN REGIONAL POLICY DIALOGUES?
| 4.6 EQ6 - TO WHAT EXTENT HAS EC INTEGRATION OF GENDER EQUALITY, GOOD GOVERNANCE, AND ENVIRONMENT INTO ITS INTERVENTIONS ACROSS THE BOARD, WORKING WITH BOTH CIVIL SOCIETY AND ALL LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT, RESULTED IN IMPROVEMENTS?
4.7 EQ7 - TO WHAT EXTENT WAS THE EC MIX OF INSTRUMENTS (REGIONAL AND THEMATIC BUDGET LINES), APPROACHES (FIDUCIARY FUNDS, PROJECT APPROACH, MACRO-LEVEL PROGRAMMES, SWAP), AND FINANCING MODALITIES (SPECIFIC PROCEDURES, BUDGET SUPPORT, JOINT FUNDING) AND/OR CHANNELS OF DISBURSEMENT (GOVERNMENT, PRIVATE SECTOR NSAS, MULTILATERAL ORGANISATIONS) APPROPRIATE TO THE NATIONAL CONTEXT AND EU STRATEGIC POLICY AIMS?
4.8 EQ8 - TO WHAT EXTENT HAS THE EC COORDINATED AND COOPERATED WITH EU MEMBER STATES AND INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS INTENDING TO IMPROVE THE COMPLEMENTARITY OF THEIR INTERVENTIONS?
4.9 EQ9 – TO WHAT EXTENT HAS THE DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF EC INTERVENTIONS ADEQUATELY PRIVILEGED THE NEEDS OF THE MOST VULNERABLE GROUPS?
4.10EQ10 - TO WHAT EXTENT DID THE EC APPROACH RESULT IN ADOPTION OF EUROPEAN APPROACHES TOWARDS POVERTY REDUCTION THAT WOULD HAVE NOT BEEN ADOPTED ABSENT THE EC POLICY DIALOGUE AND COOPERATION PROGRAMMES?
5 Conclusions
5.1 GLOBAL
5.2 SPECIFIC
6 Recommendations
6.1 GLOBAL
6.2 SPECIFIC
7 An overall assessment
| VOLUME II: ANNEXES
Annex 1: Persons met
Annex 2: Documents Consulted
Annex 3: The legal basis for EC-Cooperation with Lao PDR: Bilateral and Regional Instruments
Annex 4: Information Matrix
Annex 5: Special Foci
Annex 6: Impact Diagram/Intervention Logic
Annex 7: Minutes of Dissemination Seminar
Annex 8: Methodological approach
Author (Corp. Body): PARTICIP GmbH Consultants für Entwicklung und Umwelt, Freiburg im Breisgau
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Amt für Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung, Information | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Außenbeziehungen | Development Researchers Net
Year: 2009
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Ref. Ares(2012)362416 | Ref. 1261
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: povertyevaluationdevelopment aideducationEUEuropean Commissionfinancial assistancehealth care delivery system
equality of treatmentcommercecooperationrural developmentLaosfoodprimary educationregional policytechnical assistanceenvironmental policy
administrationcivil society
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community funds and other financial instrumentsEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesLaos
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Title: Evaluation of the European Commission’s Cooperation with Vietnam : Final Report ; Volume 1
Title (other): Evaluation of the European Commission’s Cooperation with Vietnam : Final Report ; Volume 2 | Fiche contradictoire :
Evaluation of the Commission’s support to Vietnam | Quality grid : Evaluation of the Commission's cooperation with
Vietnam ; Country Level Evaluation | Evaluation of the Commission’s support to Vietnam : Ref. 1269 ; EVINFO
Abstract
The overall purpose of this evaluation is to ensure accountability for the use of allocated resources as well as to promote a lesson-learning culture in European Commission (EC) development cooperation. The main specific objectives of the evaluation were:•to provide the relevant external cooperation services of the EC and the wider public with an overall independent assessment of the EC’s past and current cooperation relations with Vietnam;•to identify key lessons in order to improve the current and future strategies and programmes of the EC.The scope of the evaluation was the European Commission’s co-operation with Vietnam and its implementation for the period 1996-2008, allowing at the same time for conclusions and recommendations to be forward looking.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
4.8 EQ8 - TO WHAT EXTENT HAS THE EC COORDINATED AND COOPERATED WITH EU MEMBER STATES‘ COOPERATION AGENCIES, INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS, AND NON-MEMBER STATE BILATERAL DONOR COOPERATION AGENCIES TO ACHIEVE IMPROVED AID EFFECTIVENESS IN LINE WITH THE PARIS DECLARATION AND VIETNAM’S STATUS AS A PILOT COUNTRY?
4.9 EQ9 - TO WHAT EXTENT, IN ITS COOPERATION PROGRAMME, HAS THE EC EFFECTIVELY USED ITS UNIQUE POSITION AS A SUPRANATIONAL EUROPEAN INSTITUTION?
5 Conclusions
GLOBAL
SPECIFIC
6 Recommendations
| 1 Introduction
2 Evaluation Process and Methodology
2.1 EVALUATION PROCESS
2.2 LIMITATIONS AND LESSONS LEARNED
3 EC strategy and the logic of EC support
3.1 GLOBAL EC 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 EC STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES AND PRIORITIES IN VIETNAM
4 Findings
4.1 EQ1 - TO WHAT EXTENT HAS EC SUPPORT IN THE AREA OF HEALTH CONTRIBUTED TO SUSTAINABLE IMPROVEMENTS IN THE HEALTH OF THE POOR?
4.2 EQ2 - TO WHAT EXTENT HAS EC SUPPORT IN THE AREA OF EDUCATION EFFECTIVELY ADDRESSED VIETNAM’S NEEDS AT THE NATIONAL AND PROVINCIAL LEVELS?
4.3 EQ3 - TO WHAT EXTENT DID EC SUPPORT TO RURAL DEVELOPMENT, INCLUDING SUPPORT TO THE POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY THROUGH GENERAL BUDGET SUPPORT, HELP HOUSEHOLDS ESCAPE POVERTY TRAPS, INCLUDING ENVIRONMENTALLY DESTRUCTIVE FARMING AND FORESTRY PRACTICES?
4.4 EQ4 - TO WHAT EXTENT HAS THE EC’S COOPERATION PROGRAMME, TRADE-RELATED TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, AND TRADE DIALOGUE, STRENGTHENED VIETNAM’S ECONOMIC REFORM PROCESS AND ACCELERATED THE COUNTRY’S INTEGRATION INTO THE REGIONAL AND GLOBAL ECONOMIES?
4.5 EQ5 - TO WHAT EXTENT HAS THE EC INTEGRATED GOVERNANCE BROADLY CONSIDERED (E.G., PUBLIC SECTOR ACCOUNTABILITY AND TRANSPARENCY, CIVIL SOCIETY,RULE OF LAW, HUMAN RIGHTS, CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY, GENDER) INTO ITS COOPERATION PROGRAMME BOTH IN TERMS OF STRATEGY AND IMPLEMENTATION?
4.6 EQ6 - TO WHAT EXTENT HAS THE DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF EC INTERVENTIONS ADEQUATELY PRIVILEGED THE NEEDS OF THE POOR?
4.7 EQ7 - TO WHAT EXTENT WAS THE EC MIX OF APPROACHES, IN THE FORM OF PROJECTS, GENERAL BUDGET SUPPORT, AND SWAPS APPROPRIATE TO THE NATIONAL CONTEXT AND EC COOPERATION OBJECTIVES?
| EQ9 - To what extent, in its cooperation programme, has the EC effectively used its unique position as a supranational European institution?
Annex 8: Special Foci
Special Focus 1: Health care finance in Vietnam
Special Focus 2: Sector budget support to Education for All
Special Focus 3: The Small Projects Facility (SPF) – Pros and Cons
Special Focus 4: Civil Society in Vietnam 1: Overview
Special Focus 5: Civil Society in Viet Nam 2: Report of a focus group discussion with NGOs
Special Focus 6: Climate Change in Vietnam
Annex 9: Focus Group Summaries, Rural Development and Health / Vulnerable groups (the very aged)
| Annex 1: List of Documents
Annex 2: Overview of Evaluation Questions
Annex 3: Development Cooperation Context
Annex 4: Preliminary overview of EC financial flows
Annex 5: Detailed Intervention Logic
Annex 6: List of Contacts for the Field Phase
Annex 7: Information Matrix
EQ1 - Health: To what extent has EC support in the area of health contributed to sustainable improvements in the health of the poor?
EQ 2 Education: To what extent has EC support in the area of education effectively addressed Vietnam’s needs at the national and Provincial levels?
EQ 3: Rural development and environment: To what extent did EC support for rural development, including support to the poverty reduction strategy through General Budget Support, help households escape poverty traps, including environmentally destructive farming and forestry practices?
EQ4 - Trade and economy: To what extent has the EC’s cooperation programme, trade-related technical assistance, and trade dialogue, strengthened Vietnam’s economic reform process and accelerated the country’s integration into the regional and global economies?
EQ5 - To what extent has the EC integrated governance broadly considered (e.g.; public sector accountability and transparency, civil society, Rule of Law, human rights, corporate social responsibility, gender) into its cooperation programme both in terms of strategy and implementation?
EQ6 - To what extent has the design and implementation of EC interventions adequately privileged the needs of the poor?
EQ7 - To what extent was the EC mix of approaches, in the form of projects, General Budget Support, and SWAPs appropriate to the national context and EC-cooperation objectives?
EQ8 - to what extent has the EC coordinated and cooperated with EU member states’cooperation agencies, international financial institutions, and non-member state bilateral donor ooperation agencies to achieve improved aid effectiveness in line with the Paris Declaration and Vietnam’s status as a pilot country?
Author (Corp. Body): PARTICIP GmbH Consultants für Entwicklung und Umwelt
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Amt für Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | DRN | Aide a? la De?cision Economique | Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik | Overseas Development Institute | European Institute for Asia
Year: 2009
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Ref.: EuropeAid/122888/C/SER/Multi | Ref. 1269
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: povertyevaluationeducationdevelopment aidEUfinancial assistancehealth care delivery systemgovernance
commercecooperationrural developmenttechnical assistanceVietnamindustrial reform
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community funds and other financial instrumentsEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesVietnam
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Title: Updated Study on Corruption in the Healthcare Sector : Final Report
Abstract
In 2012, Ecorys conducted an initial study on corruption in the healthcare sector (SCH1). The purpose of the current study on corruption in the healthcare sector was two-fold: (i) to analyse and report on relevant developments since the publication of SCH1 and (ii) to provide an in-depth analysis of selected issues: privileged access to medical services, improper marketing and potential risks involving double practice.The study covered all EU-28 Member States, with specific attention focused on: Greece, Croatia, Hungary, Lithuania, Poland, and Romania. The analysis is based on desk research, an online survey sent to stakeholders across the EU, thematic interviews with various organisations in the field of (EU) healthcare, and fact-finding missions, providing more detailed analysis and examples with regard to the six selected countries.The study concluded that: Bribery in medical service delivery remains one of the main challenges, especially in many Eastern and Southern European Member States. Corruption related to granting privileged access to healthcare or potential risks involving double practice are not isolated to Member States with a high perception of corruption (in healthcare).Transparent procedures are key in addressing corruption in procurement processes.Attempts to address improper marketing increase at both EU and national level.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Executive Summary
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. Background of the study
1.2. Scope and objectives of the study
1.3. General approach
1.4. Outline of the Final Report
2. METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH
2.1. Survey
2.2. Thematic interviews
2.3. Fact finding missions
2.4. Desk research
3. COUNTRY STUDIES
Introduction
3.1. Greece
3.2. Croatia
3.3. Lithuania
3.4. Hungary
3.5. Poland
3.6. Romania
4. UPDATE SHC1 AND THEMATIC DEEPENING
4.1. Introduction
4.2. Update SCH1
4.3. Thematic deepening
5. CONCLUSIONS
5.1. Revisiting the general conclusions of SCH1
5.2. Relevant developments since SCH1
Annex I: Interview guide
Annex II: Overview of survey stakeholders
Annex III: Survey design
Annex IV: Corruption indicators (Special Eurobarometer 397)
Author (Corp. Body): Ecorys
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Migration und Inneres
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Amt für Veröffentlichungen
Year: 2017
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-79-73245-4 | DR-01-17-966-EN-N
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EUhealth care delivery systemGreececorruptionCroatiaLithuaniamedical carePoland
RomaniaHungary
Subject: European Community law in generalMedical care. Health control
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesLithuaniaPolandHungaryCroatiaRomania
Greece
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Title: Joint Evaluation of Budget Support to Ghana (2005 - 2015 ) : Final Report ; Volume 1
Title (other): Joint Evaluation of Budget Support to Ghana (2005 - 2015 ) : Final Report ; Volume 2 a | Joint Evaluation of Budget
Support to Ghana (2005 - 2015 ) : Final Report ; Volume 2 b | Joint Evaluation of Budget Support to Ghana (2005 - 2015 )
: Final Report ; Volume 3
Abstract
The objective of this evaluation is to assess the extent to which budget support has contributed to achieving its expected results by helping the Government of Ghana (GoG) to strengthen the implementation of its national and sectoral strategies. The study covers all operations with disbursements in the period 2005-2015. It covers the effects of budget support on macro-fiscal management, public financial management, decentralisation, private sector development, various cross cutting issues such as gender, and outcomes in the sectors targeted by budget support. In-depth analyses have been carried out in Health, Environment and Natural Resources, and Agriculture. The evaluation follows the OECD methodology for the evaluation of budget support.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Executive summary
1 Introduction
1.1 Objectives and scope of the evaluation
1.2 Management of the evaluation
1.3 Structure of the final report
2 Methodology
2.1 The evaluation process
2.2 General methodological issues
2.3 The overall intervention logic
2.4 Main tools for data collection and analysis
2.5 Challenges and limitations
3 Context
3.1 The social, political and economic context
3.2 The policy and institutional framework
3.3 Budget support
4 Overall synthesis
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Summary of Step 1 assessments
4.3 Summary of Step 2 assessments
4.4 Overall synthesis
5 Detailed findings
5.1 (Step 1) EQ1 - Relevance and Design of BS
5.2 (Step 1) EQ2 - Direct effects
5.3 (Step 1) EQ3 - Macro-economic management
5.4 (Step 1) EQ4 - PFM
5.5 (Step 1) EQ5 - Local governance
5.6 (Step 1) EQ6 - Policy formulation & implementation processes
5.7 (Step 2) EQ7 - Health sector outcomes and main determinants
5.8 (Step 2) EQ8 - ENRsector outcomes and main determinants
5.9 (Step 2) EQ9 - Agriculture sector outcomes and main determinants
6 Conclusions and recommendations
6.1 Conclusions
6.2 Recommendations
List of figures
List of tables
List of boxes
| 1 EQ1 - Relevance and Design of BS
1.1 JC11. The focus and design of BS operations respond to evolving GoG priorities and country context (incl. evolution in the income status)
1.2 JC12. The design of BS operations is coherent with the evolution of DP’s strategic orientations at country and global level
1.3 JC13. Aspects related to inclusion (gender equality, socio-economic inequities, regional disparities, participation of CSOs) are addressed and have been mainstreamed during the design of BS operations
2 EQ2 - Direct effects
2.1 JC21. Increased size and share of budget available for discretionary spending
2.2 JC22. Frameworks for policy dialogue between GoG and DPs have been strengthened and cover both performance assessment and broader policy issues
2.3 JC23. Accompanying measures support capacity development of the relevant stakeholders, incl. public institutions
2.4 JC24. Levels of co-ordination and complementarity between DPs, BS operations and, more largely, between DPs interventions have improved and transaction costs have decreased
3 EQ3 - Macro-economic management
3.1 JC31. Fiscal Policy, incl. the quality of capital expenditure, has improved
3.2 JC32. Debt Management has been strengthened
3.3 JC33. Monetary and exchange rate policies have improved
3.4 JC34. BS contribution
4 EQ4 - PFM
4.1 Introduction
4.2 JC41. The budget has become more credible
4.3 JC42. The strategic allocation of resources has improved
4.4 JC43. Budget execution’s operational efficiency has improved
4.5 JC44. External oversight in relation to financial accountability and the fight against corruption has become more effective
4.6 JC45. BS contribution
5 EQ5 - Local governance
5.1 JC51. Enabling legal and institutional framework for decentralisation strengthened
5.2 JC52. Fiscal framework for decentralisation strengthened
5.3 JC53. Local government capacities and local accountability improved
5.4 JC54. BS contribution
| 6 EQ6 - Policy formulation & implementation processes
6.1 JC61. The legal framework, the policy processes and the quality of the policies and strategies improved overall
6.2 JC62. Public sector institutional and technical capacities, incl. M&E capacities and systems, strengthened
6.3 JC63. Public service delivery / service management (including infrastructure and human resources) strengthened, particularly at the local level
6.4 JC64. BS contribution
List of figures
List of tables
List of boxes
| 1 Health sector case study
1.1 Overview of BS design and direct effects
1.1.1 BS (SBS & GBS) design
1.1.2 Evolution in the sector dialogue
1.1.3 Overview of accompanying measures
1.2 BS induced effects on policy formulation & implementation processes (Step 1)
1.2.1 JC61. The legal framework, the policy processes and the quality of the policies and strategies improved overall
1.2.2 JC62. Public sector institutional and technical capacities, incl. M&E capacities and systems, strengthened
1.2.3 JC63. Public service delivery/management (incl. infrastructure and human resources) strengthened, particularly at the local level
1.2.4 Step 1 Summary table
1.3 Sector outcomes and main determinants (Step 2)
1.3.1 JC71. Increased access to preventive, promotional and curative health services
1.3.2 JC72. Reduction in inequities in healthcare utilisation and results
1.3.3 JC73. Reduction in risk of impoverishment due to health hazards
1.3.4 JC74. Improved health status of the Ghanaian population
1.4 Appendix 1 - Additional information on the design of the SBS operations
1.4.1 Denmark
1.4.2 UK
1.4.3 EU
1.4.4 Other DPs
1.5 Appendix 2 - Additional financial information on sector expenditure
2 ENR sector case study
2.1 Overview of BS design and direct effects
2.1.1 BS (SBS & GBS) design
2.1.2 Evolution in the sector dialogue
2.1.3 Overview of accompanying measures
2.2 BS induced effects on policy formulation & implementation processes (Step 1)
2.2.1 JC61. The legal framework, the policy processes and the quality of the policies and strategies improved overall
2.2.2 JC62. Public sector institutional and technical capacities, incl. M&E capacities and systems, strengthened
2.2.3 JC63. Public service delivery/management (incl. infrastructure and human resources) strengthened, particularly at the local level
2.2.4 Step 1 Summary table
2.3 (Step 2) EQ8 - Sector outcomes in ENR
| 2.3.1 JC81. Improved compliance in the forestry and mining sectors
2.3.2 JC82. Improved socio-economic impact of mining and forestry
2.3.3 JC83. Reduced negative environmental impact of mining and forestry
3 Agriculture sector case study
3.1 Overview of BS design and direct effects
3.1.1 BS (SBS & GBS) design
3.1.2 Evolution in the sector dialogue
3.1.3 Overview of accompanying measures
3.2 BS induced effects on policy formulation & implementation processes (Step 1)
3.2.1 JC61. The legal framework, the policy processes and the quality of the policies and strategies improved overall
3.2.2 JC62. Public sector institutional and technical capacities, incl. M&E capacities and systems, strengthened
3.2.3 JC63. Public service delivery/management (incl. infrastructure and human resources) strengthened, particularly at the local level
3.2.4 Step 1 summary table
3.3 Sector outcomes and main determinants (Step 2)
3.3.1 JC91. Improved access to productivity enhancing technology
3.3.2 JC92. Improved access to productivity enhancing infrastructure (Irrigation)
3.3.3 JC93. Improved management of fisheries resources
3.3.4 JC94. Overall improved production and productivity in the agriculture sub-sector
3.4 Appendix 1 - Additional information on sector budget and expenditure
list of figures
List of boxes
List of tables
| Annex 1 : Terms of reference
Annex 2 : List of documents and sources of information
Annex 3 : List of persons met
Annex 4 : Details on the inventory of BS operations in Ghana
Annex 5 : Overview of the MDBS framework
Annex 6 : eSurvey report
Annex 7 : Econometric analysis
Annex 8 : Benefit-incidence analysis
Annex 9 : Note on the ENR panel
Annex 10 : Note on Gender
Author (Corp. Body): PARTICIP GmbH Consultants für Entwicklung und Umwelt
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Internationale Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung | Ghana / Government | Dänemark / Regeringen | Frankreich / Gouvernement | Deutschland / Bundesregierung |
Year: 2017
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: evaluationdevelopment aidEUfinancial assistancefinancial managementgender-specific socializationhealth care delivery systemGhana
agriculturemacroeconomicsprivate sectorenvironmental protection
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community funds and financial instruments. EIBEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesGhana
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