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Title: Thematic evaluation of the EU support to environment and climate change in third countries (2007 - 2013) : Final Report
; Volume 1 – Main Report
Title (other): Thematic evaluation of the EU support to environment and climate change in third countries (2007 - 2013) : Final Report
; Volume 2 – Detailed Information Matrix | Thematic evaluation of the EU support to environment and climate change in
third countries (2007 - 2013) : Final Report ; Volume 3 – Annexes 1 to 13 | Thematic evaluation of the EU support to
environment and climate change in third countries (2007 - 2013) : Final Report ; Volume 4 – Annex 14 Country Notes |
Thematic evaluation of the EU support to environment and climate change in third countries (2007 - 2013) : Final Report
; Executive Summary | Evaluation thématique de l’ appui de l’UE aux secteurs de l’environnement et du changement
climatique dans les pays tiers (2007 - 2013) : Résumé Exécutif
Abstract
The evaluation has three objectives: To assess EU support to environment and climate change in third countries through the Thematic Programme for Environment and Sustainable Management of Natural Resources including Energy (ENRTP)1, and through the geographic instruments.To evaluate EU support to strengthening global environment and climate governance, provided under ENRTP and channelled mainly through international organisations.To assess EU support for mainstreaming environment and climate change issues into EU external aid programmes through the analysis of two key sectors: infrastructure (including energy) and agriculture/rural development.The assessment focuses on outcomes and impacts of the EU actions in environment and climate change, identifies key lessons and best practices, and produces recommendations in order to improve the current and future EU strategies, policies and actions. The evaluation covers the period 2007-2013. The geographical scope includes all third regions and countries under the mandate of the EU Directorate-General for International Co-operation and Development (DG DEVCO)that are covered by the thematic programme ENRTP and by the Development Co-operation Instrument(DCI), European Development Fund(EDF)and European Neighbourhood Partnership Instrument(ENPI) geographic instruments. Also,interventions co-financed and managed by the EU Directorate-Generals for Environment (DG ENV), Energy (DG ENER)or Climate Action (DG CLIMA) are included if the funds are provided by DG DEVCO.As such, this assessment replies to the Court of Auditor’s recommendation of carrying out an overall evaluation of the Commission’s devel-opment cooperation environmental assistance (interventions and mainstreaming).[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Executive Summary
1 Introduction
1.1 Mandate and scope of the evaluation
1.2 Structure of the report
2 Key methodological steps
2.1 Overall methodological approach
2.2 Challenges and limitations
3 Overall policy framework of the EU strategy in relation to environment and climate change
4 The intended Intervention logic of EU support to environment and climate change in third countries
4.1 The Intervention logic diagrams
4.2 The different levels of the reconstructed intervention logic
5 The realised Intervention logic: Analysis of EU worldwide financial resources allocated to sectors related to environment and climate change in third countries in the period 2007-2013
5.1 Methodological limits and challenges
5.2 Main findings
5.3 Global overview of total environment and climate change versus all DG DEVCO allocations
5.4 Global overview of total allocations
6 Answers to the Evaluation Questions
6.1 EQ1: Policy & instruments
6.2 EQ2: Low emission
6.3 EQ3: Sustainable energy
6.4 EQ4: Biodiversity
6.5 EQ5: Green economy
6.6 EQ6: Environmental governance
6.7 EQ7: Climate governance
6.8 EQ8: Mainstreaming approach
6.9 EQ9: Mainstreaming practice
6.10 EQ10: Complementarity
7 Overall assessment
8 Conclusions
8.1 Policy framework and strategic focus
8.2 Results and impacts
8.3 Environment and climate change governance
8.4 Mainstreaming
9 Recommendations
9.1 Policy framework
9.2 Implementation approach
| VOLUME II: DETAILED INFORMATION MATRIX
1. EQ1 Policy & instruments
2. EQ2 Low emission
3. EQ3 Sustainable energy
4. EQ4 Biodiversity
5. EQ5 Green economy
6. EQ6 Environmental governance
7. EQ7 Climate governance
8. EQ8 Mainstreaming approach
9. EQ9 Mainstreaming practice
10. EQ10 Complementarity
VOLUME III: ANNEX 1 TO 13
1. Annex 1: Terms of Reference
2. Annex 2: Key methodological steps
3. Annex 3: Overall policy framework analysis
4. Annex 4: Analysis of EU strategy in environment and climate change in third regions
5. Annex 5: Inventory methodology
6. Annex 6: Inventory analysis
7. Annex 7: Final Evaluation Matrix
8. Annex 8: Inventory list
9. Annex 9: List of interventions considered by EQ
10. Annex 10: Survey to EU Delegations
11. Annex 11: List of People interviewed
12. Annex 12: List of documents and sources of information
13. Annex 13: RG meeting presentation synthesis phase
VOLUME IV: ANNEX 14: COUNTRY NOTES
1. Bolivia
2. China
3. DRC
4. Egypt
5. Ghana
6. Kenya
7. Rwanda
8. Ukraine
Author (Corp. Body): PARTICIP GmbH Consultants für Entwicklung und Umwelt, Freiburg im Breisgau
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Internationale Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung, Brüssel | Ecorys, Rotterdam | European C
Year: 2015
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Contract No EVA 2011/Lot 1 | Specific contract No 2013/328359
Language: en | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EgyptevaluationBoliviaChinathird countriesdevelopment aid policyEUGhana
Kenyaclimate changeCongocooperationsustainabilityRwandaUkraineenvironment
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relationsPollution control. Environmental technology
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesUkraineBoliviaKenyaRwanda
GhanaDemocratic Republic of the CongoChina
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Title: Evaluation of the European Union’s Trade-related Assistance in Third Countries : Final report ; Volume 1
Title (other): Evaluation of the European Union’s Trade-related Assistance in Third Countries : Final Report ; Volume 2a | Evaluation
of the European Union’s Trade-related Assistance in Third Countries : Final Report ; Volume 2b | Evaluation of the
Europe an Union’s Trade-related Assistance in Third Countries : Final Report ; Volume 2c | Fiche Contradictoire :
Thematic Global Evaluation of the European Union’s Trade-related Assistance in Third Countries | Quality Grid :
Evaluation of the European Union's Trade-related Assistance in Third Countries ; Final Report | Evaluation of the
European Union's Trade-related Assistance (TRA) : REF. 1318 ; EVINFO
Abstract
This evaluation covers Trade-Related Assistance (TRA) provided by the EU from 2004 to 2010. TRA relates to AfT category 1, trade policy and regulation; category 2, trade development; to category 5, trade-related adjustment activities relevant to TRA; and to category 6, other trade-related needs. The aim of TRA, provided against the background of the aid effectiveness agenda, was to contribute to poverty reduction through a sustainable increase in employment and income in third countries.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Executive Summary
1 Introduction
1.1 Objectives, scope and coverage of the evaluation
1.2 Structure of the Report
2 Methodology
2.1 Key phases of the evaluation process
2.2 Challenges and limitations
3 Background and context of the EU’s support to TRA
3.1 Development cooperation context
3.2 EU strategy and support to TRA
3.3 Intervention Logic
3.4 Priorities of the EU’s TRA over the period 2004-2010
4 Main findings
4.1 EQ1 on alignment and strengthening of partners’ trade-related systems
4.2 EQ 2 on aid modalities and channels
4.3 EQ3 on co-ordination, complementarity and coherence
4.4 EQ4 on trade policy environment
4.5 EQ5 on trade facilitation
4.6 EQ6 on compliance with standards
4.7 EQ7 on regional integration
4.8 EQ8 on trade development
4.9 EQ9 on addressing poverty
4.10 Overall assessment of the degree to whichthe EU’s TRA reached its objectives
5 Conclusions and recommendations
5.1 Conclusions
5.2 Recommendations
| VOLUME IIA: ANNEX 1–SUMMARY OF INDICATORS
1. EQ1 - Alignment and strengthening
2. EQ2 - Aid modalities and channels
3. EQ3 - 3Cs
4. EQ4 - Trade-policy environment
5. EQ5 - Trade facilitation
6. EQ6 - Compliance with standards
7. EQ7 - Regional integration
8. EQ8 - Trade development
9. EQ9 - Addressing poverty
VOLUME IIB: ANNEX 2 TO 12 – TOR,OUTPUTS AND BACKGROUND DOCUMENTS
Annex 2: CSP/RSP analysis report
Annex 3: Summary of evaluations report
Annex 4: Country fiches
Annex 5: List of documents and sources of information
Annex 6: List of people met
Annex 7: EUD survey report
Annex 8: Country selection for field phase –Overview
Annex 9: Summary of statistics on TRA and macroeconomic data related to trade
Annex 10: List of relevant interventions under category 5 of the wider AfT agenda
Annex 11: Study on tourism
Annex 12: Terms of reference
VOLUME IIC: ANNEX 13 – COUNTRY NOTES
Country Note ASEAN
Country Note Bangladesh
Country Note Cameroon
Country Note COMESA
Country Note Côte d’Ivoire
Country Note Egypt
Country Note Ghana
Country Note Uruguay / MERCOSUR
Country Note Zambia
Author (Corp. Body): PARTICIP GmbH Consultants für Entwicklung und Umwelt, Freiburg im Breisgau
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | EGEVAL II | ADE | DRN | European Centre for Development Policy Management | Overseas Development Institute, London | DIE
Year: 2013
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Contract No EVA 2007/Lot 1 | Specific contract No 2010/254070 | Specific contract No 2011/261-717
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EgyptASEANBangladeshevaluationthird countriesIvory Coastdevelopment aid policyEU
Ghanacommercetrade policyCameroonMERCOSURZambiaUruguay
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Global ResourcesEurope. General ResourcesUruguayEgyptZambiaIvory Coast
GhanaCameroonBangladesh
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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 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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Title: Evaluation of the EU aid delivery mechanism of delegated cooperation (2007 - 2014) : Final report ; Volume 1 – Main
report
Title (other): Evaluation of the EU aid delivery mechanism of delegated cooperation (2007 - 2014) : Final report ; Volume 2 – Context
to Information and Methodology | Evaluation of the EU aid delivery mechanism of delegated cooperation (2007 - 2014) :
Final report ; Volume 3 – Evaluation matrices | Evaluation of the EU aid delivery mechanism of delegated cooperation
(2007 - 2014) : Final report ; Volume 4 – Country Case Studies, Electronic data | Fiche contradictoire : Evaluation of
the EU aid delivery mechanism of delegated cooperation (2007 - 2014) | Evaluation of the EU aid delivery mechanism of
delegated cooperation (2007 - 2014) : Executive summary | Evaluation du mécanisme de cooperation déléguée de l’UE
(2007 ? 2014) : Résumé exécutif
Abstract
This evaluation studies the European Union (EU) aid delivery mechanism of delegated cooperation (DC) with EU Member States and third donor countries during the period 2007-2014. The main objectives of the evaluation are to provide an overall independent assessment of DC and to formulate recommendations to improve DC in the future.There are two types of delegated cooperation, namely:Delegation Agreements (DAs): funds entrusted by the European Commission to development cooperation entities from EU Member States or other donors; andTransfer Agreements (TAs): funds entrusted to the Commission by EU Member States, other governments, organisations or public donors.This evaluation covers DAs and TAs signed by the Commission during the years 2007-2014, except DAs which are part of financial blending arrangements and DAs funded with resources from the Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance (IPA), the Instrument contributing to Stability and Peace (IcSP), the Instrument for Stability (IfS) and the Rapid reaction Mechanism. All regions where DAs and TAs have been or are being implemented -except pre-accession countries- are part of the geographical scope of this evaluation. Contribution agreements concluded with international organisations are not covered in this evaluation.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Annexes
List of abbreviations
Executive summary
Résumé exécutif
Resumen ejecutivo
1 Introduction
1.1 Objectives and scope of the evaluation
1.2 Overview of the evaluation process
1.3 Formulation of the Evaluation Questions
1.4 Methodological approach and challenges
1.5 Structure of the report
2 Evolution of the Delegated Cooperation mechanism
2.1 The evolving aid effectiveness context for Delegated Cooperation
2.2 Origins of Delegated Cooperation
2.3 Analysis of Delegated Cooperation Guidance from 2007 onwards
2.4 Evolution of DAs and TAs and the main motives of DC partners
2.5 The relation between DC and new aid approaches and tools
3 Answers to Evaluation Questions
3.1 Transaction costs (EQ1)
3.2 Country ownership and leadership (EQ2)
3.3 Complementarity and added value (EQ3)
3.4 Aid fragmentation (EQ4)
3.5 Strengthened policy and systems alignment (EQ5)
3.6 EU Visibility (EQ6)
3.7 DA/TA ratio (EQ7)
3.8 Assessment of DC proposals (EQ8)
3.9 Quality of DC Cooperation (EQ9)
4 Conclusions and recommendations
4.1 Conclusions
4.2 Recommendations
| Volume 2: Context to Information and Methodology
2.1. Terms of references
2.2. Definitions of specific terms used in this evaluation
2.3. Pillar assessed organisations
2.4. List of documents consulted
2.5 List of persons consulted at headquarters
2.6. Methodological approach case studies
2.7. Additional information on policy and legal framework
2.8. Portfolio analysis
2.9. Dynamics of Delegated Cooperation
2.10. Quality of Evidence for Judgement Criteria
Volume 3
3.1 EQ 1: Transaction costs
3.1.1 Definition and scope of the EQ3.1.2 Rationale of the EQ
3.1.3 Methodological observations and challenges
3.1.4 Improved division of labour (JC 1.1)
3.1.5 More co-financing (JC 1.2)
3.1.6 Larger programmes (JC 1.3)
3.1.7 Use of single management systems (JC 1.4)
3.1.8 Reduction of number of active donors (JC 1.5)
3.1.9 Limited additional transaction costs (JC 1.6)
3.2 EQ 2: Ownership and leadership
3.2.1 Definition and scope
3.2.2 Rationale of the EQ
3.2.3 Methodological observations
3.2.4 Formulation of policies and strategies (JC 2.1)
3.2.5 Implementation & monitoring of policies (JC 2.2 & 2.3)
3.2.6 Reduction of number of active donors (JC 2.4)
3.3 EQ 3: Complementarity and Added Value
3.3.1 Definition and scope of the EQ
3.3.2 Rationale of the EQ
3.3.3 Methodological observations
3.3.4 Improved division of labour (JC 3.1)
3.3.5 Increased use of comparative advantages (JC 3.2)
3.3.6 Improved donor coordination and harmonisation (JC 3.3)
3.4 EQ 4: Aid Fragmentation
3.4.1 Definition and scope of the EQ
3.4.2 Rationale of the EQ
3.4.3 Methodological observations and challenges
3.4.4 Improved division of labour (JC 4.1)
3.4.5 More co-financing (JC 4.2)
3.4.6 Larger programmes (JC 4.3)
3.4.7 Improved donor coordination and harmonisation (JC 4.4)
3.5 EQ 5: Alignment
3.5.1 Definition and scope of the EQ
3.5.2 Rationale of the EQ
3.5.3 Methodological observations
| 3.5.4 Embedded in policies and strategies of partner country (JC 5.1)
3.5.5 Based on national procedures and systems (JC 5.2)
3.6 EQ 6: Visibility
3.6.1 Definition and scope of the EQ
3.6.2 Rationale of the EQ
3.6.3 Methodological observations
3.6.4 Visibility of the EU in Delegation Agreements (JC 6.1)
3.6.5 Visibility of the delegating donors in Transfer Agreements (JC 6.2)
3.7 EQ 7: Balance of DAs and TAs
3.7.1 Definition and scope of the EQ
3.7.2 Rationale of the EQ
3.7.3 Methodological observations
3.7.4 Inventory of TA/DA ratios
3.7.5 Constraints at the level of the EU (JC 7.1)
3.7.6 Constraints at the level of the (potential) TA partners (JC 7.2)
3.7.7 DAs are much more attractive than TAs (JC 7.3)
3.8 EQ 8: Assessment of DC proposals
3.8.1 Definition and scope of the EQ
3.8.2 Rationale of the EQ
3.8.3 Methodological observations
3.8.4 Motivation of EUD to enter into DC agreements (JC 8.1)
3.8.5 Appropriate format of Assessment Fiches (JC 8.2)
3.8.6 Quality of DA Assessment and Action Fiches (JC 8.3)
3.8.7 Quality of TA Assessment Fiches (JC 8.4)
3.9 EQ 9: Quality of cooperation
3.9.1 Definition and scope of the EQ
3.9.2 Rationale of the EQ
3.9.3 Methodological observations
3.9.4 Cooperation on the basis of clear rules and procedures (JC 9.1)
3.9.5 Provision of timely and adequate information (JC 9.2)
3.9.6 Quality of the coordination between the partners (JC 9.3, 9.4 & 9.5)
| Volume 4
4.1 Case study notes Benin
Executive Summary
Résumé exécutif
List of abbreviations
1 Introduction
2 Country context
3 Analysis of output-level indicators
4 Analysis of outcome-level indicators (EQ1-5)
5 Analysis of process and implementation aspects (EQ 5-9)
6 Conclusions
Annex A. List of people interviewed
Annex B. List of documents consulted
4.2 Case study notes Ghana
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4.3 Case study notes on Mali
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4.4 Case study notes on Mozambique
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4.5 Case study notes on Nicaragua
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Resumen ejecutivo
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4.6 Case study notes on Palestine
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4.7 Case study notes on Tanzania
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4.8 Case study notes on Timor-Leste
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4.9 Case study notes on Haiti
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4.10 Case study notes Global Climate Change Alliance (GCCA)
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4.11 Questionnaire
List of abbreviations
1 Introduction
2 Decision making process
3 Implementation process
4 Direct results (outputs) of Delegated Cooperation
5 Outcomes of Delegated Cooperation
6 Impact of Delegated Cooperation on aid effectiveness
7 The Future of Delegated Cooperation
8 Final remarks
Author (Corp. Body): ECORYS NEI
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Internationale Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung | European Centre for Development Policy Management | Lattanzio | Mokoro | PARTICIP GmbH Consultants für Entwicklung und Umwelt
Year: 2016
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Contract No EVA 2011 | Specific contract N° 2014/343011
Language: en | spa | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: Beninevaluationdevelopment aiddevelopment aid policyEUfinancial assistanceGhanaHaiti
cooperationMaliMozambiqueNicaraguaPalestineTanzaniaEast-Timor
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community funds and financial instruments. EIBEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesHaitiNicaraguaMozambiqueTanzania
BeninGhanaMaliPalestinian TerritoryTimor Leste
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