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Title: Capitalisation exercise (meta - evaluation) on EU Private Sector Development (PSD) support to third countries : Final
report
Abstract
The objective of this meta evaluation was to provide an independent overall assessment of the recent performance of the EU Devco through an in-depth analysis of the other donors ‘programmes and the independent evaluations of 45 EU projects carried out during the period. The assessment aiming at improving quality of future EU PSD programmes, paid particular attention to the impact of the programmes actions against their objectives; identifies key issues affecting the success or failure of the various projects, attempts to identify key lessons learnt and to propose practical recommendations for follow-up actions/ approaches that might be designed to support private sector growth in third countries.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
II. INTRODUCTION
III. METHODOLOGY
IV. STRATEGIC CONTEXT
V. FINDINGS FROM PREVIOUS META-EVALUATIONS
VI. DETAILED FINDINGS FROM EU EVALUATIONS
VII. ANSWERS TO EVALUATION QUESTIONS
VIII. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
VIII. ANNEXES
Annex 1: Questions Listed in ToRs
Annex 2: List of EU Projects/Programmes included in Meta-evaluation (Source: DEVCO)
Annex 3: Ratings
Annex 4: Detailed list of what worked and what did not for a sample of projects
Annex 5: Logical links
Annex 6: Delays in the implementation of the projects
Annex 7: Example of Logframes – Morocco and Vietnam
Annex 8: List of Studies and Evaluations reviewed
Annex 9: Terms of reference of the meta-evaluation
Author: Alikhani, Iradj | Netter, Jean Michel
Contributer: SACO (SAFEGE/COWI) Consortium | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Internationale Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung, Brüssel
Year: 2015
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Specific Contract N° 2014 /352803 | Framework Contract No.: EuropeAid/129783/C/SER/multi (COM 2011) Lot 1 | Framework Contract COM 2011 Lot 1
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: assessmentthird countriesdevelopment aid policyEUMoroccoprivate sectorprojectquality assurance
Vietnam
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relationsPrivate sector. Public sector
Countries Scheme: Global ResourcesEurope. General ResourcesMoroccoVietnam
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Title: Évaluation conjointe des opérations d’appui budgétaire au Maroc : Rapport final
Title (other): Evaluation des opérations d’appui budgétaire au Maroc : Rapport final ; Volume 2 | Evaluation of Budget Support
Operations in Morocco : Summary
Abstract
Cette évaluation concerne l’ensemble des appuis budgétaires (AB) mis en œuvre au Maroc entre 2005 et 2012. Ces appuis ont été accordés par sept partenaires techniques et financiers (PTF) : l’Union européenne (UE), la Banque mondiale (BM), la Banque africaine de développement (BAD), l’Agence espagnole pour la coopération internationale au développement (AECID), l’Agence Française de Développement (AFD), la Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (KfW), ainsi que la Banque européenne d’investissement (BEI), qui a été associée à l’étude pour sa participation au programme d’appui au secteur de l’éducation. L’évaluation a été pilotée par l’UE, l’Espagne (le Secrétariat général de la coopération internationale pour le développement – SGCID), la France (AFD) et le ministère de l’économie et des Finances du Maroc.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Résumé
Introduction
1. Contribution des appuis budgétaires à la gestion publique
1.1. La pertinence de l’appui budgétaire
1.2. Les conditions de l’appui budgétaire, l’alignement sur les politiques et le dialogue de politiques
1.3. Coordination, harmonisation et coûts de transaction
1.4. Les effets des appuis budgétaires sur les politiques publiques et leur mise en œuvre
2. Les appuis budgétaires dans le domaine de la gouvernance publique
2.1. Cadre général d’intervention des appuis budgétaires et caractéristiques des réformes
2.2. étape 1 : les inputs et les produits directs des appuis budgétaires
2.3. étape 1 : les produits indirects des appuis budgétaires et leur durabilité
3. Les appuis budgétaires dans le secteur de l’éducation
3.1. Contexte : cadre général d’intervention des appuis budgétaires et caractéristiques du secteur
3.2. étape 1 : les inputs et les produits directs des appuis budgétaires
3.3. étape 1 : les produits indirects des appuis budgétaires
3.4. étape 2 : évolution des indicateurs de résultat et d’impact et de leurs déterminants
3.5. étape 3 : contribution des appuis budgétaires aux résultats sectoriels
| 4. Les appuis budgétaires dans le secteur de la santé
4.1. Contexte : cadre général d’intervention des appuis budgétaires et caractéristiques du secteur
4.2. étape 1 : les inputs et les produits directs des appuis budgétaires
4.3. étape 1 : les produits indirects des appuis budgétaires
4.4. étape 2 : évolution des indicateurs de résultat et d’impact,et de leurs déterminants
4.5. étape 3 : contribution des appuis budgétaires aux résultats sectoriels
5.Les appuis budgétaires dans le secteur financier
5.1. Contexte : cadre général d’intervention des appuis budgétaires et caractéristiques du secteur
5.2. étape 1 : les inputs et les produits directs des appuis budgétaires
5.3. étape 1 : les produits indirects des appuis budgétaires
5.4. étape 2 : les résultats et impacts et les facteurs déterminants
5.5. étape 3 : contribution des appuis budgétaires aux résultats et impacts
6.Appréciation d’ensemble et conclusions
6.1.Appréciation d’ensemble
6.2. Conclusions
6.3.Schéma récapitulatif des trois étapes
7.Recommandations
7.1.Amélioration des inputs
7.2. Conditions nécessaires pour l’obtention des produits directs prévus
7.3. Mesures pour améliorer l’atteinte des produits indirects ciblés
7.4.Facteurs améliorant la contribution des appuis budgétaires à l’atteinte des résultats et impacts visés
7.5. Priorisation des recommandations
Liste des sigles, acronymes et abréviations
Liste des annexes
| LISTE DES ANNEXES
ANNEXE 1: TERMES DE REFERENCE
ANNEXE 2: SYNTHESE DES REPONSES AUX QUESTIONS D’EVALUATION PAR CRITERE DE JUGEMENT
ANNEXE 3 : METHODOLOGIE
ANNEXE 4 : CONTEXTE MACROECONOMIQUE ET ANALYSES SECTORIELLES
ANNEXE 5: INVENTAIRE DES PROGRAMMES D'APPUI BUDGETAIRE
ANNEXE 6: FICHES D’IDENTIFICATION DES PROGRAMMES D’APPUI BUDGETAIRE
ANNEXE 7: LISTE DES PROJETS ET DES PROGRAMMES DE RENFORCEMENT DES CAPACITES
ANNEXE 8: INFORMATIONS COLLECTEES PAR QUESTION D’EVALUATION PAR CRITERE DE JUGEMENT
ANNEXE 9: RESULTATS DES ANALYSES ECONOMETRIQUES
ANNEXE 10: LISTE DES PERSONNES RENCONTREES
ANNEXE 11: BIBLIOGRAPHIE
ANNEXE 12 : SÉMINAIRE DE DISCUSSION À RABAT : PRÉSENTATION PPT ET COMPTE-RENDU
Author: Thunnissen, Karolyn | Morillon, Virginie | Paugam, Anne
Contributer: ADE
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | COWI | Ministère espagnol des Affaires étrangères et de la Coopération (MAEC SGCID) | Agence Française de Développement (AFD) | Ministère marocain de l’éco
Year: 2014
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Contract No EVA 2011/Lot 4 | 2104-8207
Language: en | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: evaluationdevelopment aidEUfinancial assistanceMorocco
Subject: Development aid. Aid programmes and aid organizationsEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesMorocco
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Title: Synthesis of Budget Support Evaluations : Analysis of the Findings, Conclusions and Recommendations of seven Country
Evaluations of Budget Support
Abstract
1. This Report has been prepared by Fiscus, UK for the Evaluation Unit of Europe Aid. It presents a synthesis of the seven evaluations of General and Sector Budget Support, undertaken in Tunisia, Mali, Zambia, Tanzania, South Africa, Mozambique and Morocco over 2010 -2014. These represent the full set of evaluations completed to date, following the revised methodological approach for evaluation of budget support, adopted by the OECD-DAC Network on development evaluation in 2012. The study builds on preliminary findings reported in 2011 in OECD-DAC’s Evaluation Insights, based on the Tunisia, Mali and Zambia cases.2.The principal goal has been to draw up a summary of the lessons from recent experience with budget support and to develop a corresponding set of recommendations. A central question addressed is how far Budget Support has contributed towards the achievement of targeted development results and how far it has had positive or negative unintended effects. General and Sectoral Budget Support operations have been compared and an analysis has been made of the relative contributions and roles of the different components of Budget Support.3. An additional objective has been to identify the strengths and weaknesses of the “3 step approach” to the evaluation of Budget Support, which has been adopted by the OECD-DAC Network on Development Evaluation and applied in each ofthese cases. The specific tools and evaluation techniques used by each evaluation team have been compared and assessed so as to develop recommendations on possible improvements to evaluation practice. The results of this assessment are presented in a separate volume. (Volume II.)[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Executive summary
Summary of key findings
Lessons learned
Recommendations
1. Introduction: Background, objectives and methodology
1.1 Objectives and scope of synthesis
1.2 The definition of budget support, its modus operandi and the logic of the 3 step approach
1.3 Approach to the synthesis task and its potential limitations
1.4 Structure of the report
2. Budget support to low income countries
2.1 The context for budget support
2.2 The mechanisms for implementation of budget support
2.3 Outcomes achieved: induced outputs, outcomes & impacts
2.4 Conclusions on the experience of budget support in LICS
3. Budget support to middle income countries
3.1 The context for budget support in the MICS
3.2 The mechanisms for implementation of budget support
3.3 Outcomes achieved: induced outputs, outcomes and impacts
3.4 Overall conclusions on budget support in MICS
4. Lessons learned and final recommendations
4.1 Achievements to date and challenges for the future
4.2 Lessons learned on the requirements for effective budget support
4.3 The choice of general or sector support
4.4 Recommendations for the way forward
Bibliography
Annex I: Listing of country evaluations of budget support undertaken to date
Annex II: Overview of the "3-Step" approach
Annex III: Suspensions of budget support due to suspected breaches of underlying principles
Annex IV: Effects of variable/performance tranches: the case of Mozambique
Annex V: Comparing budget support with other modalities: Evidence from Mozambique
Author: Lawson, Andrew
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | ADE | Fiscus
Year: 2014
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: evaluationdevelopment aid policyEUfinancial assistanceMaliMoroccoMozambiqueZambia
Southern AfricaTanzaniaTunisia
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesMoroccoTunisiaMozambiqueTanzaniaZambia
South AfricaMali
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Title: Evaluation of the Programme Support for Improvement in Governance and Management (SIGMA) for European Neighbourhood
Region (SIGMA / ENPI) : Final report
Title (other): Evaluation of the Programme Support for Improvement in Governance and Management (SIGMA) for European Neighbourhood
Region (SIGMA/ENPI) : Response of the EU Services
Abstract
The purpose of this evaluation specifically relates to the SIGMA Programme implemented in eleven beneficiary countries of the European Neighbourhood Region (ENP) from its inception in the ENP Region in 2008 until mid-2013.This evaluation assesses the SIGMA Programme in the ENP Region in terms of Relevance/Intervention Logic, Efficiency, Effectiveness, Outputs, Impact and Sustainability, as well as its Complementarity and Coherence with other EU-funded institutional building instruments (e.g. Twinning and TAIEX3) and with other donor programmes, local ownership by line beneficiary institutions, comparative advantage as perceived by beneficiaries and other stakeholders in the ENP Region and EU visibility reflected through SIGMA implementation activities.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
TABLES
1 PREFACE
2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
3 EVALUATION CONTEXT AND OBJECTIVES OF THE EVALUATION MISSION
3.1 CONTEXT AND BACKGROUND OF THE SIGMA SUPPORT
3.2 PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF THE EVALUATION MISSION
4 METHODOLOGY AND WORK PLAN OF THE EVALUATION MISSION
4.1 METHODOLOGY USED BY THE EVALUATORS
4.2 IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE
5 ANSWERED QUESTIONS / FINDINGS
5.1 EQ1 MAPPING
5.2 EQ2 COOPERATION WITH EC AND EUD
5.3 EQ3 BENEFICIARIES NEEDS
5.4 EQ4 APPLICABILITIES OF SIGMA ADVICE
5.5 EQ5 COMPLEMENTARITY WITH THE EU INSTRUMENTS AND DONORS
5.6 EQ6 SIGMA COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGES
5.7 EQ7 ASSESSING THE IMPACT
5.8 EQ8 DESIGN PROGRAMMING AND IMPLEMENTATION
5.9 EQ9 COMMUNICATION AND VISIBILITY
6 OVERALL ASSESSMENT
7. KEY CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
7.1. KEY CONCLUSIONS
7.2. KEY RECOMMENDATIONS
Author: Bollinger, Daniel | Moreau, Jean-Bernard
Contributer: Europäische Kommission | B & S Europe
Year: 2013
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: EUROPEAID/129783/C/SER/multi | FWC COM 2011 Lot 1: Studies and Technical Assistance in All Sectors | Request for service: No 2013/316991
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EgyptAlgeriaArmeniaAzerbaijandevelopment aid policyEUGeorgiagovernance
JordanLebanonmanagementMorocconeighborhood helpTunisiaUkraineadministration
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesUkraineMoldovaGeorgiaEgyptAlgeria
MoroccoTunisiaArmeniaAzerbaijanJordanLebanon
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Title: Evaluation of the Council Regulation N° 2698/2000 (MEDA II) and its implementation : Final Report ; Volume I: Main
Report
Title (other): Evaluation of the Council Regulation N° 2698/2000 (MEDA II) and its implementation : Final Report ; Volume II:
Methodology | Evaluation of the Council Regulation N° 2698/2000 (MEDA II) and its implementation : Final Report ;
Volume III: Annexes | Fiche Contradictoire : Evaluation of the Council Regulation N°2698/2000 MEDA II and its
implementation | Evaluation of the MEDA II Regulation and its implementation : Observations and Judgement on the Final
Report | Evaluation of the MEDA II Regulation and its implementation : Ref. 1264 ; EVINFO
Abstract
The evaluation covers the Commission’s co-operation with the Mediterranean Partner Countries (MPC) implemented under the MEDA II Regulation over the period 2000-2006. It includes Commission funds managed by the European Investment Bank (EIB). Geographically it covers the MEDA-8 countries (Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia, WB&GS) and Israel (eligible for regional cooperation only). Its objective is twofold: (i°) to analyse the performance of the Commission’s assistance to the Mediterranean Partner Countries in the framework of the MEDA II Regulation ; (ii°) to draw lessons from past co-operation so as, first, to improve implementation of the current strategy and, second, to aid preparation of the future strategy and indicative programmes under the European Neighbourhood Policy Instrument (ENPI) that succeeds and replaces the MEDA II Regulation.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1 EVALUATION FRAMEWORK
1.1 INTRODUCTION
1.2 EVALUATION SCOPE
1.3 EVALUATION APPROACH
1.4 LIMITS OF THE EVALUATION
1.5 STRUCTURE OF THE REPORT
2 EU-MEDA COOPERATION CONTEXT AND IMPLEMENTATION
2.1 THE COOPERATION FRAMEWORK
2.3 THE COOPERATION MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE AND ITS EVOLUTION
2.4 THE COOPERATION STRATEGY OF THE COMMISSION OVER THE PERIOD
2.5 THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE STRATEGY
2.6 OTHER DONORS’ COOPERATION
3. ANSWERS TO THE EVALUATION QUESTIONS
3.1 EVALUATION QUESTION 1: APPROPRIATENESS OF THE MEDA II REGULATION TO THE BARCELONA PROCESS
3.2 EVALUATION QUESTION 2: RESPONSE TO THE NEEDS OF THE PARTNERS AND OWNERSHIP
3.3 EVALUATION QUESTION 3 ON EFFECTIVENESS AND IMPACT OF PSD AND TRADE INTERVENTIONS
3.4 EVALUATION QUESTION 4 ON IMPROVED LIVELIHOOD OF THE POOR
3.5 EVALUATION QUESTION 5 ON JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS, HUMAN RIGHTS, AND CIVIL SOCIETY
3.6 EVALUATION QUESTION 6 ON BUDGET SUPPORT
3.7 EVALUATION QUESTION 7 ON EFFECTIVENESS AND IMPACT OF INTERVENTIONS IN THE WATER SECTOR
3.8 EVALUATION QUESTION 8 ON CROSS-CUTTING ISSUES
3.9 EVALUATION QUESTION 9 ON SUSTAINABILITY
3.10 EVALUATION QUESTION 10 ON COHERENCE, COORDINATION AND COMPLEMENTARITY
3.11 EVALUATION QUESTION 11 ON EFFICIENCY OF IMPLEMENTATION
4 CONCLUSIONS
4.1 OVERALL ASSESSMENT
4.2 APPROPRIATENESS OF THE MEDAII COOPERATION MODALITIES TO THE BARCELONA OBJECTIVES
4.3 RESULTS, IMPACT AND SUSTAINABILITY OF COMMISSION INTERVENTIONS
4.4 INSTRUMENTS ADOPTED TO FINANCE COMMISSION INTERVENTIONS
5 RECOMMENDATIONS
| VOLUME II: METHODOLOGY
1. METHODOLOGY FOR STRUCTURING THE EVALUATION
1.1 RECONSTRUCTION OF THE INTERVENTION LOGIC
1.2 FORMULATION OF THE EVALUATION QUESTIONS
2. METHODOLOGY FOR THE DESK PHASE
2.1. DOCUMENTARY ANALYSIS AT THE LEVEL OF THE WHOLE MEDAREGION
2.2 DOCUMENTARY ANALYSIS OF A SELECTION OF INTERVENTIONS IN THE MPC
2.3 INTERVIEWS IN BRUSSELS AND LUXEMBOURG
2.4 PREPARATION OF ANALYSIS OF BUDGET SUPPORT INTERVENTIONS
2.5 ANALYSIS OF MONITORING REPORTS
3 METHODOLOGY FOR THE FIELD PHASE
3.1 SELECTION OF THE COUNTRIES TO VISIT
3.2 PREPARATION OF THE FIELD VISITS
3.3 CONDUCT OF THE FIELD VISITS
4 METHODOLOGY FOR ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS
4.1 COMPLETION OF THE EVALUATION GRID AND DESCRIPTIVE FICHES
4.2 ANALYSIS OF INTERNATIONAL AND INTRA-REGIONAL TRADE STATISTICS
4.3 ANSWERS TO THE EVALUATION QUESTIONS
4.4 CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
4.5 QUALITY CONTROL
5. EVALUATION TOOLS AND CHECK LISTS
| VOLUME III: ANNEXES
ANNEX 1: TERMS OF REFERENCE
ANNEX 2: POLITICAL, ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENTS AND MAJOR ISSUES IN THE MEDA AREA
ANNEX 3: INVENTORY OF INTERVENTIONS
ANNEX 4: EVALUATION QUESTIONS, JUDGEMENT CRITERIA AND INDICATORS
ANNEX 5: DESCRIPTIVE FICHES OF MEDAII BUDGET SUPPORT INTERVENTIONS
ANNEX 6: LIST OF THE 25 SELECTED INTERVENTIONS AND DESCRIPTION FICHES
ANNEX 7: DATA COLLECTION GRIDS FOR THE SELECTED INTERVENTIONS
ANNEX 8: ANALYSIS OF ROM REPORTS MEDAII
ANNEX 9: BACKGROUND COUNTRY NOTES PREPARED FOR THE EVALUATORS IN ADVANCE OF THE FIELD MISSIONS
ANNEX 10: LIST OF PERSONS MET
ANNEX 11: FIELD MISSIONS DEBRIEFING PRESENTATIONS
ANNEX 12: LIST OF FEMIP INTERVENTIONS
ANNEX 13: DOING BUSINESS RANKING (2004,....)
ANNEX 14: INTERNATIONAL AND INTRAREGIONAL TRADE OF MPC
ANNEX 15: LIST OF DOCUMENTATION CONSULTED
Author (Corp. Body): Aide a? la De?cision Economique, Ottignies Louvain la Neuve
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Amt für Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | Development Researchers Network | PARTICIP GmbH Consultants für Entwicklung und Umwelt, Freiburg im Breisgau | Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik, Berlin
Year: 2009
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Ref.: EuropeAid/122888/C/SER/Multi | Council Regulation N° 2698/2000 | Ref. 1264
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EgyptAlgeriapovertyevaluationdevelopment aidEUEuropean Commissionfinancial assistance
commerceIsraelJordanjudiciarycooperationLebanonMoroccohuman rightsMediterranean regionsustainability
regional developmentSyriaTunisiaeconomics of water supply and distributioncivil society
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community funds and other financial instrumentsEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesEgyptAlgeriaMoroccoTunisia
IsraelJordanLebanonSyria
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Title: Evaluation of EU Joint Programming Process of Development Cooperation (2011 - 2015 ) : Final Report ; Volume I – Main
Report
Title (other): Evaluation of EU Joint Programming Process of Development Cooperation (2011 - 2015 ) : Final Report ; Volume II –
Annexes | Fiche contradictoire : Evaluation of the EU Joint Programming Process of Development Cooperation (2011 - 2015)
| Evaluation of EU Joint Programming Process of Development Cooperation (2011 - 2015 ) : Executive Summary | Evaluation
du processus de programmation conjointe de la coopération au développement de l’UE (2011 - 2015) : Résumé
Abstract
This evaluation was commissioned by the Evaluation Unit of the European Commission’s Directorate-General for International Cooperation and Development. It evaluates the European Union’s (EU) Joint Programming process during the period 2011-2015. It covers all regions and countries of EU development cooperation. It aims at providing the EU and the wider public with an overall independent assessment of the Joint Programming process, and, on this basis, to provide recommendations to improve current and inform the future Joint Programming process.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
RÉSUMÉ
1. EVALUATION OBJECTIVES AND CONTEXT
1.1 OBJECTIVES AND SCOPE OF THE EVALUATION
1.2 JOINT PROGRAMMING BACKGROUND AND PRINCIPLES
2. METHODOLOGY AND DATA SOURCES
2.1 OVERALL APPROACH AND PROCESS
2.2 INTERVENTION LOGIC
2.3 EVALUATION QUESTIONS
2.4 EVALUATION TOOLS
2.5 COUNTRY VISITS
2.6 CHALLENGES AND LIMITATIONS
3. RESPONSES TO THE EQS
3.1 EQ 1: GLOBAL AND COUNTRY-LEVEL CHALLENGES
3.2 EQ 2: JP AND AID FRAGMENTATION
3.3 EQ 3: JP AND AID TRANSPARENCY AND PREDICTABILITY
3.4 EQ 4: PARTNER COUNTRY OWNERSHIP AND LEADERSHIP
3.5 EQ 5: COHERENCE OF EU AND MS PROGRAMMING AND STRATEGIES
3.6 EQ 6: VISIBILITY OF EU DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS DUE TO JP
3.7 EQ 7: EU ORGANISATION TO ENSURE JP EFFICIENCY
3.8 EQ 8: JP AND TRANSACTION COSTS
4. CONCLUSIONS
4.1 OVERALL ASSESSMENT
4.2 CONCLUSIONS
4.3 ACHIEVEMENTS REFLECTED ON THE INTERVENTION LOGIC
5. RECOMMENDATIONS
5.1 IMPROVE AND UPDATE THE INTERVENTION LOGIC
5.2 KEEP JP STRATEGIC, FLEXIBLE, AND PRAGMATIC
5.3 CLARIFY AND REINFORCE THE ROLE OF ALL STAKEHOLDERS
List of tables
List of figures
List of Annexes in Volume II
| Volume II
ANNEX A. TERMS OF REFERENCE
ANNEX B. METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH
ANNEX C. DOCUMENTS CONSULTED
ANNEX D. PERSONS INTERVIEWED
ANNEX E. EVALUATION DATA MATRIX
ANNEX F. SURVEY RESULTS
ANNEX G. COUNTRY NOTE BOLIVIA
ANNEX H. COUNTRY NOTE CAMBODIA
ANNEX I. COUNTRY NOTE ETHIOPIA
ANNEX J. COUNTRY NOTE KENYA
ANNEX K. COUNTRY NOTE LAOS
ANNEX L. COUNTRY NOTE MALI
ANNEX M. COUNTRY NOTE MOLDOVA
ANNEX N. COUNTRY NOTE MOROCCO
ANNEX O. COUNTRY NOTE MOZAMBIQUE
ANNEX P. COUNTRY NOTE MYANMAR
ANNEX Q. COUNTRY NOTE PALESTINE
ANNEX R. COUNTRY NOTE RWANDA
ANNEX S. COUNTRY NOTE SENEGAL (FR)
ANNEX T. COUNTRY NOTE ZAMBIA
Author (Corp. Body): Aide a? la De?cision Economique
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Internationale Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung | COWI Consulting Engineers and Planners AS
Year: 2017
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Contract No EVA 2011/Lot 1 | N° 2015/368247/2
Language: en | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EthiopiaevaluationBoliviadevelopment aiddevelopment aid policyEUfinancial assistanceCambodia
KenyacooperationLaosMaliMoroccoMozambiqueMyanmarPalestinepartnershipRwanda
ZambiaSenegal
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community funds and other financial instrumentsEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesMoldovaBoliviaMoroccoEthiopia
KenyaMozambiqueRwandaZambiaMaliSenegalPalestinian TerritoryCambodiaLaosMyanmar
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Title: Study on the responsible management of the supply chain in the garment sector
Title (other): External Support – Study on responsible management of the supply chain in the garment sector - 2015 : Final report
Abstract
The objective of this study is to contribute to an ongoing background analysis, building on work already carried out within and outside of the European Commission with respect to engagement in the garment sector to support sustainability in the garment industry. The analysis will essentially serve to assist the Commission in clarifying its ideas and identifying potential focus areas on where added value in the sector can be provided at EU level.The main components of this study are (1) an analysis of social, environmental and economic indicators for different garment producing countries, (2) an overview and characterisation of key sustainability initiatives in the garment sector and (3) an analysis of possible opportunities to make supply chains in the garment sector more responsible.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
List of tables
List of figures
Table of acronyms and abbreviations
Terms and definitions
Executive summary
Introduction
Methodology
1 Sustainability initiatives and voluntary standards in the garment sector
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Grouping standards and other initiatives
1.3 Focus on social aspects
1.4 Focus on the environment
1.5 Initiatives that address several aspects of responsible supply chain management
1.6 Key trends in sustainability initiatives
1.6.1 From voluntary standards to partnership programs
1.6.2 Focus on one production country
1.6.3 Focus on health and safety
2 Garment producing countries
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Some general observations about the selected countries
2.2.1 Key indicators
2.2.2 Key issues in the garment sector
2.3 Bangladesh
2.3.1 Key indicators
2.3.2 Detailed sector profile
2.3.3 Key issues in the garment sector
2.3.4 EU trade and development interest, economic importance of the garment sector
2.3.5 Trade flows
2.4 Cambodia
2.4.1 Key indicators
2.4.2 Detailed sector profile
2.4.3 Key issues in the garment sector
2.4.4 EU trade and development interest, economic importance of the garment sector
2.4.5 Trade flows
2.5 India
2.5.1 Key indicators
2.5.2 Key issues in the garment sector
2.5.3 EU trade and development interest, economic importance of the garment sector
2.2.4 Trade flows
2.6 Indonesia
2.6.1 Key indicators
2.6.2 Key issues in the garment sector
2.6.3 EU trade and development interest, economic importance of the garment sector
2.2.4 Trade flows
2.7 Morocco
2.7.1 Key indicators
| 2.7.2 Key issues in the garment sector
2.7.3 EU trade and development interest, economic importance of the garment sector
2.2.4 Trade flows
2.8 Pakistan
2.8.1 Key indicators
2.8.2 Key issues in the garment sector
2.8.3 EU trade and development interest, economic importance of the garment sector
2.2.4 Trade flows
2.9 Sri Lanka
2.9.1 Key indicators
2.9.2 Key issues in the garment sector
2.9.3 EU trade and development interest, economic importance of the garment sector
2.8.4 Trade flows
2.10 Tunisia
2.10.1 Key indicators
2.10.2 Key issues in the garment sector
2.10.3 EU trade and development interest, economic importance of the garment sector
2.9.4 Trade flows
2.11 Turkey
2.11.1 Key indicators
2.11.2 Key issues in the garment sector
2.11.3 EU trade and development interest, economic importance of the garment sector
2.10.4 Trade flows
2.12 Vietnam
2.12.1 Key indicators
2.12.2 Detailed sector profile
2.12.3 Key issues in the garment sector
2.12.4 EU trade and development interest, economic importance of the garment sector
2.12.5 Trade flows
2.13 Ethiopia
2.13.1 Key indicators
2.13.2 Key issues in the garment sector
2.13.3 EU trade and development interest, economic importance of the garment sector
2.13.4 Trade flows
2.14 Myanmar
2.14.1 Key indicators
2.14.2 Detailed sector profile
2.14.3 Key issues in the garment sector
2.14.4 EU trade and development interest, economic importance of the garment sector
2.15 China as an investment partner
3 Engaging in responsible management of the garment supply chain at EU level – looking ahead
4 Findings and recommendations
4.1 Countries in focus (Where?)
4.2 Issues to focus on (What?)
4.3 Implementation (How?)
5 Bibliography
Author (Corp. Body): AETS
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Internationale Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung
Year: 2016
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: FWC COM 2011 - Lot 1 – Studies and Technical Assistance in all Sectors | Contract N° 2015/368356/1 | EuropeAid/129783/C/SER/Multi
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EthiopiaanalysisBangladeshChinadevelopment aidEUmanufacturingIndia
indicatorIndonesiaindustrial sectorCambodiaclothingMoroccoMyanmarPakistansocial indicatorsSri Lanka
TurkeyTunisiaenvironmental compatibilityVietnameconomic development (on national level)
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community funds and financial instruments. EIBEuropean Community external relationsTextile industry
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesMoroccoTunisiaEthiopia
TurkeyBangladeshIndiaPakistanSri LankaChinaIndonesiaCambodiaMyanmarVietnam
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Title: Evaluation of EU support to social protection in external action 2007 - 2013 : Final Report ; Volume I – Main Report
Title (other): Evaluation of EU support to social protection in external action 2007 - 2013 : Final Report ; Volume II – Country
Reports | Evaluation of EU support to social protection in external action 2007 - 2013 : Final Report ; Volume III –
Annexes
Abstract
The evaluation has three objectives:Provide an assessment on the attained results, their impact and sustainability, the good practices and pitfalls in Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance I(IPA I), European Neighbourhood Partnership Instrument (ENPI), Development Cooperation Instrument (DCI) and European Development Fund (EDF) programming and implementation.Assess the Intervention logic of IPA II, ENI, DCI (2014-2020) and 11th EDF planning documents addressing social protection, in order to assess their coherence with the relevant policy frameworks and programming guidelines. In particular, the evaluation assesses how the planning documents take on board past lessons, have moved towards Sector Approach and Sector Budget Support and to which extent they have established clear objectives, targets, indicators, baselines and monitoring mechanisms.Where possible, analyse current (i.e., post-2013) social protection programmes/projects to assess how well they reflect new approaches at this early stage of their implementation.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
List of acronyms and abbreviations
Executive Summary
1 Introduction
1.1 Mandate and scope of the evaluation
1.2 Structure of the report
2 Overall methodological approach
2.1 Steps for data collection and analysis
2.2 Challenges and limitations
3 Answers to the Evaluation Questions
3.1 EQ 1: Relevance
3.2 EQ 2: Basic social protection
3.3 EQ 3: European approaches and policy dialogues
3.4 EQ 4: Social partners and civil society
3.5 EQ 5: Social protection systems
3.6 EQ 6: Social exclusion – impact
3.7 EQ 7: Modalities ? strategic approach
3.8 EQ 8: Coherence, added value
4 Conclusions
4.1 Cluster 1: Policy framework and strategic focus
4.2 Cluster 2: Effects of EU support
4.3 Cluster 3: EU institutional environment and implementation approaches
5 Recommendations
5.1 Cluster 1: Policy framework and strategic focus
5.2 Cluster 2: EU support, institutional environment, and implementation approaches
List of boxes
List of figures
List of tables
| VOLUME II – EVIDENCE MATRIX WITH FIELD PHASE ANALYSIS – COUNTRY REPORTS
1. Synthesis Note presenting findings and conclusions of the field Country Reports
2. Bosnia and Herzegovina
3. El Salvador
4. Ethiopia
5. former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
6. Kyrgyzstan
7. Malawi
8. Moldova
9. Montenegro
10. Morocco
11. Palestine
12. Turkey
VOLUME III – CONTEXT AND METHODOLOGY – ELECTRONIC DATA
1. Terms of Reference
2. List of documents consulted
3. List of people interviewed
4. Overview of EU - funded key interventions
5. Survey results
Author (Corp. Body): PARTICIP GmbH
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Directorate General for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations | AETS
Year: 2018
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Ref. Ares(2018)908572
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: Ethiopiafinancial aidevaluationBosnia and HerzegovinaEl Salvadordevelopment aidEUjoining of the European Union
budget documentKyrgystancooperationMalawiMoroccoMacedoniaMontenegroPalestinepartnershipprogram
social securitysocial partnershipTurkeycivil society
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relationsEconomic and social developmentSocial security
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesMoldovaBosnia and HerzegovinaMontenegro
Republic of MacedoniaEl SalvadorMoroccoEthiopiaMalawiPalestinian TerritoryTurkeyKyrgyzstan
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Title: European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument : 2007-2013 ; Overview of Activities and Results
Abstract
The European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument (ENPI) was created as a successor to the cooperation programmes TACIS (for the Eastern European countries) and MEDA (for the Mediterranean countries), with enlarged objectives and an increased budget. It was operational from January 2007, and its programming phase ended in January 2014, when it was replaced by the European Neigbourhood Instrument (ENI).[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Executive summary
Introduction
1. Policy development in the Neighbourhood
2. Activities financed in the Southern Neighbourhood
2.1. Algeria
2.2. Egypt
2.3. Israel
2.4. Jordan
2.5. Lebanon
2.6. Libya
2.7. Morocco
2.8. Palestine
2.9. Syria
2.10. Tunisia
2.11. Regional Programme South
3. Activities financed in the Eastern Neighbourhood
3.1. Armenia
3.2. Azerbaijan
3.3. Belarus
3.4. Georgia
3.5. Republic of Moldova
3.6. Ukraine
3.7. Russia
3.8. Regional Programme East
4. Neighbourhood-wide Activities (inter-regional programme)
4.1. Erasmus Mundus and Tempus IV
4.2. The Neighbourhood Investment Facility (NIF)
4.3. TAIEX
4.4. SIGMA
4.5. Cross-border Cooperation Programmes
5. Lessons learnt from implementation and Cross-cutting issues
5.1. Evaluations, audits and reports from the Court of Auditors
5.1.1. Evaluations
5.1.2. Audits
5.1.3. Reports from the Court of Auditors in 2007-2013
5.2. Lessons learnt on modalities of implementing aid
5.3. Support to civil society
5.4. Incentive-based approach: the umbrella programmes
5.5. Gender equality
5.6. Communication & visibility activities
6. Conclusions
7. Annexes
I. Financial overview of the ENPI 2007-2013
II. Comprehensive Institution Building
III. SPRING and EaPIC umbrella programmes
IV. Overview of EU communication activities – DG Development and Cooperation EuropeAid
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid
Year: 2014
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EgyptAlgeriaArmeniaAzerbaijaneducational programequal opportunitydevelopment aidEU
joining of the European Unionfinancial assistanceGeorgiaIsraelJordancooperationLebanonLibyaMorocconeighborhood help
Palestineaudit officeRussiaSyriaTunisiaUkraineBelorussiaaudit
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community funds and other financial instrumentsEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesUkraineMoldovaBelarusRussia
EgyptAlgeriaLibyaMoroccoTunisiaArmeniaAzerbaijanGeorgiaIsraelJordan
LebanonPalestinian TerritorySyria
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