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Title: Types d?émigration et questions de développement des ressources humaines ; profil par pays - la Tunisie
Table of Contents

RESUMÉ
Introduction
1.1. Caractéristiques des flux de migration
1.1.1. Flux de migrations
1.1.2. Profil sociodémographique de la migration tunisienne
1.1.3. Envoi d'argent au pays par les migrants
1.2. Tendances du marché du travail et niveau de formation
1.2.1. Contexte démographique
1.2.2. Contexte économique
1.2.3. Contexte social
1.2.4. Éducation
1.2.5. Impact des changements démographiques sur la demande en éducation
1.2.6. Formation professionnelle
1.2.7. Défis à relever par le système éducatif
1.2.8. Tendances du marché du travail
1.3. Cadre législatif et politiques de migration
1.3.1. Institutions clés chargées de gérer la migration
1.3.2. Initiatives sous l'impulsion de bailleurs de fonds sur la migration gérée
2. Méthodologie
3. Migrants potentiels
3.1. Caractéristiques sociodémographiques et éducationnelles
3.2. Activité
3.3. Intention d'émigrer
3.4. Attentes des migrants potentiels
4. Migrants de retour
4.1. Caractéristiques sociodémographiques et éducationnellesv 4.2. Historique de la migration
4.3. Expériences à l'étranger
4.4. Les expériences des migrants retournant
4.5. Intentions futures
5. Analyse des résultats de l'étude
5.1. Profil de migration et facteurs déterminant la migration
5.2. Bénéfices et impacts de la migration
5.3. Politiques de gestion de migration
6. BIBLIOGRAPHIE
Author (Corp. Body): European Training Foundation
Year: 2007
Language: fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: labor migrationvocational educationTunisia
Subject: Labour marketAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: Tunisia
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Title: Evaluation of the EU Support to Research and Innovation for Development in Partner Countries (2007 - 2013) : Final
Report ; Volume 1 – Main Report
Title (other): Evaluation of the EU Support to Research and Innovation for Development in Partner Countries (2007 - 2013) : Final
Report ; Volume 2 – Sector Evaluation Matrices | Evaluation of the EU Support to Research and Innovation for
Development in Partner Countries (2007 - 2013) : Final Report ; Volume 3 – ANNEXES 1 TO 8 | Evaluation of the EU
Support to Research and Innovation for Development in Partner Countries (2007 - 2013) : Final Report ; Volume 4 – ANNEX
9 | Evaluation of the EU Support to Research and Innovation for Development in Partner Countries (2007 - 2013) :
Executive Summary | Evaluation de l’Appui de l’UE à la Recherche et l’Innovation pour le Développement dans les
Pays Partenaires (2007 - 2013) : Résumé
Abstract
This evaluation examined the support the European Commission’s DG for Development and International Cooperation (DEVCO) provided to Research and Innovation (R&I) in partner countries during the last EU budget period (2007-2013).[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 Selection of country, regions and interventions
2.3 Survey to EU Delegations
2.4 Challenges and limitations
3 Overall policy framework of the EU strategy in relation to Research and Innovation
3.1 General framework
3.2 International co-operation on Research and Innovation
3.3 Development and R&I
4 The intended intervention logics of EU support to Research and Innovation in partner countries
4.1 The intervention logic diagrams for DG DEVCO and DG RTD FP7
4.2 The different levels of the reconstructed DG DEVCO intervention logic
4.3 The different levels of the intervention logic for DG RTD FP7
5 Inventory analysis
5.1 Methodological limits and challenges
5.2 Main findings
5.3 Total and sector commitments
5.4 Geographic distribution
5.5 Distribution by domain
5.6 Distribution by channel of delivery
6 Answers to the evaluation questions
6.1 EQ 1: Development policy objectives
6.2 EQ 2: Impact on partner country research communities
6.3 EQ 3: Instruments and modalities
6.4 EQ 4: DEVCO-RTD complementarity and coherence
6.5 EQ 5: Transfer of R&I results into development processes
6.6 EQ 6: EU capacities
7 Overall assessment
8 Conclusions
8.1 Policy and strategic focus
8.2 Operational approach
8.3 Complementarity with other EU services
8.4 Results
9 Recommendations
9.1 Policy and strategy focus
9.2 Operational approach
9.3 Complementarity with other EU services
9.4 Results
| VOLUME 2 – SECTOR EVALUATION MATRICES
1. Part A – Food Security, Nutrition and Agriculture
2. Part B – Health
3. Part C – Environment and Climate Change
4. Part D – Science, Information Society and Space
VOLUME 3 –ANNEX 1 TO 8
1. Annex 1 – Terms of reference
2. Annex 2 – Inventory
3. Annex 3 – Case studies
4. Annex 4 – Survey to EU Delegations
5. Annex 5 – Final evaluation matrix
6. Annex 6 – List of persons interviewed
7. Annex 7 – Bibliography
8. Annex 8 – Methodology
VOLUME 4 – ANNEX 9: COUNTRY NOTES
1. Burkina Faso
2. Ethiopia
3. India
4. Kenya
5. Mauritius
6. Peru
7. South Africa
8. Tunisia
9. Ukraine
10. Vietnam
Author (Corp. Body): PARTICIP GmbH Consultants für Entwicklung und Umwelt, Freiburg im Breisgau
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Internationale Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung, Brüssel
Year: 2016
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Contract No EVA 2011/Lot 1 | Specific contract No 2013/330982
Language: en | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EthiopiaevaluationBurkina Fasodevelopment aidEUresearch and developmentrealization of research resultsIndia
innovationKenyacooperationpartnershipPeruRepublic of South AfricaTunisiaUkraineVietnam
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relationsResearch
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesUkrainePeruTunisiaEthiopia
KenyaMauritiusSouth AfricaBurkina FasoIndiaVietnam
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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 Visibility of EU external action : Final Report ; Volume 1
Title (other): Evaluation of Visibility of EU external action : Final Report ; Volume 2 – Annexes Part 1 | Evaluation of Visibility of
EU external action : Final Report ; Volume 3 – Annexes Part 2 | Evaluation of Visibility of EU external action : Final
Report ; Volume 4 – Thematic Report on Crisis and Fragile States | Evaluation of Visibility of EU external action :
Final Report ; Volume 5 – Thematic Report on Financial and Economic Crisis | Evaluation of Visibility of EU external
action : Final Report ; Volume 6 – Thematic Report on Food Crisis | Evaluation of Visibility of EU external action :
Final Report ; Volume 7 – Thematic Report on Migration Part 1 - Mali | Evaluation of Visibility of EU external action :
Final Report ; Volume 8 – Thematic Report on Climate Change and Energy | Evaluation of Visibility of EU external action
: Final Report ; Volume 9 – Thematic Report on Environment, Biodiversity and Deforestation | Fiche Contradictoire :
Evaluation of the Visibility of EU external action 2005-2010 | Quality Grid : Visibility of EU External Action ; Final
Report, June 2012 | Thematic Evaluation of the Visibility of EU external action : 2005-2010
Abstract
The mandate for this study was to undertake an evaluation of EU external action as managed by three DGs: DG RELEX, DG DEV and DG AIDCO. The Terms of Reference identified two main objectives (ToR, Feb 2010, Section 1 – reproduced in Annex 1):· To provide an overall independent assessment of the visibility of the Commission’s external action· To identify key lessons to improve current and future Commission strategies on visibility.The ToR also set out the temporal scope, 2005 to 2010, and a geographical scope that is essentially global with the exception of the EU enlargement countries. Stakeholders from both inside and outside the EU, in both partner countries and global organisations, were to be covered. The main element to limit the focus of the study was the designation of six themes which were to be the object of thematic studies involving six field visits to different countries (listed below – section 1.3).Finally the ToR also asked for the evaluation to be forward looking, providing lessons and recommendations concerning visibility and also on coordination within the EU and on coherence within the EU and internationally.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1.1 Purpose of the Evaluation
1.2 Background of the Evaluation
1.3 Methodology
1.4 Analysis of the main findings for each Evaluation Question
1.5 Main Conclusions and Recommendations
2. INTRODUCTION
2.1 Synthesis of the Commission’s Strategy and Programmes
2.2 Context
2.3 Purpose of this Evaluation
3. METHODOLOGY
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Judgement Criteria & Indicators
3.3 Data & Information Collection
3.3.1 Thematic Studies
3.3.2 Media Coverage Analysis
3.3.3 E-Survey
3.3.4 Interviews with Brussels-based actors
3.3.5 Eurobarometer reports analysis
3.3.6 Case studies of specific events and partnerships
3.4 Methods of Analysis
3.5 Methods of Judgement
4. MAIN FINDINGS AND ANALYSIS
4.1 Findings from the Thematic Studies and the other Data Sources
4.1.1 Findings from the Thematic Studies
4.1.2 Case studies of specific events and partnerships
4.1.3 Findings from other sources
4.2 Answers to each Evaluation Question
4.2.1 EQ1: The image of EU external action
4.2.2 EQ2: Do the Visibility communication priorities achieve their objectives?
4.2.3 EQ3: A single, clearly defined Visibility strategy for EU external action?
4.2.4 EQ4: Perceptions of the benefits of EU external action
4.2.5 EQ5: Coordination between the EU institutions and with the EU Member States?
4.2.6 EQ 6: Coherence of message across external and internal policies?
4.2.7 EQ 7: Value added of the EU as a global actor in major international fora?
4.2.8 EQ8: Adequacy of EC resources to carry out the visibility strategy
4.2.9 EQ9: Stakeholder perceptions of results relative to the costs
4.2.10 EQ10: Translating visibility strategies into action plans
| 5. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
5.1 Conclusions
5.1.1 The image of EU external action is generally in line with pre-Lisbon officialpriorities
5.1.2 Communication work on EU external action lacks overall direction and leadership
5.1.3 Working in partnership with others is essential but there is a trade-off in lower EUvisibility
5.1.4 The image of EU external action varies geographically as well as by constituency
5.1.5 The nature of the EU imposes constraints that impact on its visibility
5.1.6 The resources for promoting the visibility of EU external action have been adequate
5.2 Recommendations
5.2.1 Reaffirm, renew and strengthen the established image of EU external action
5.2.2 Provide stronger central direction and leadership for communication work on EUexternal action
5.2.3 Agree that ‘working in partnership’ is an intrinsic part of the image of EU externalaction and a core message for communication
5.2.4 Manage sensitively geographic and constituency variations in the visibility of EUexternal action
5.2.5 Pay special attention to the impact on visibility of the EU’s specific nature
5.2.6 Review the distribution of resources for promoting the visibility of EU externalaction particularly at the level of EU Delegations
5.2.7 Other specific recommendations for each theme
5.3 Summary of key conclusions and recommendations
LIST OF BOXES, FIGURES AND TABLES
VOLUME 2 – ANNEXES PART 1
ANNEX 1: TERMS OF REFERENCE
ANNEX 2: THE CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK
ANNEX 3: THE EU LEGAL FRAMEWORK: THE EXTERNAL ACTION OF THE EU
ANNEX 4: INTERVENTION LOGIC
ANNEX 5: STANDARD FORMAT FOR COLLECTING EVIDENCE IN RELATION TO THE EQS
ANNEX 6: THE ORGANIZATION OF COMMUNICATION ACTIVITIES WITHIN THE COMMISSION
ANNEX 7: COUNTRY SELECTION
ANNEX 8: GUIDELINES FOR THE THEMATIC WORK
ANNEX 9: EVIDENCE FROM INTERVIEWS WITH EU OFFICIALS IN RELATION TO THE EQS
ANNEX 10: REPORT FROM INTERVIEWS WITH CIVIL SOCIETY
ANNEX 11: LIST OF PEOPLE INTERVIEWED
| VOLUME 3 – ANNEXES PART 2
ANNEX 12: MEDIA COVERAGE ANALYSIS
ANNEX 13: E-SURVEY – SYNTHESIS REPORT
ANNEX 14: THE PARTNERSHIP WITH THE UNITED NATIONS
ANNEX 15: EUROBAROMETER SURVEY
ANNEX 16: CASE STUDY: TUNISIA
ANNEX 17: BIBLIOGRAPHY
VOLUMES 4-9: THEMATIC REPORTS ON THE SIX THEMES
VOLUME 4: THEMATIC REPORT ON CRISIS AND FRAGILE STATES
VOLUME 5: THEMATIC REPORT ON FINANCIAL & ECONOMIC CRISIS
VOLUME 6: THEMATIC REPORT ON FOOD CRISIS
VOLUME 7: THEMATIC REPORT ON MIGRATION - PART 1: MALI & PART 2: LAMPEDUSA
VOLUME 8: THEMATIC REPORT ON CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENERGY
VOLUME 9: THEMATIC REPORT ON ENVIRONMENT, BIODIVERSITY AND DEFORESTATION
Author (Corp. Body): PARTICIP GmbH Consultants für Entwicklung und Umwelt, Freiburg im Breisgau
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | Aide a? la De?cision Economique, Ottignies Louvain la Neuve | Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik, Berlin | DRN | European
Year: 2012
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: EuropeAid/122888/C/SER/Multi | EVA 2007 – Lot 5
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: foreign policyevaluationbiodiversityenergy policydevelopment aid policyEUfinancial crisisglobalization
climate changecooperationcrisis interventionMalimigrationfoodTunisiaenvironmental policyperceptioneconomic crisis
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Global ResourcesEurope. General Resources
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Title: Evaluation of European Commission budget support operations in Tunisia between 1996 and 2008 : Final Report ; Volume 1
– Main Report
Title (other): Evaluation des opérations d'aide budgétaire de la Commission Européenne à la Tunisie entre 1996 et 2008 : Rapport
Final ; Volume 1 – Rapport Principal | Evaluation des opérations d'aide budgétaire de la Commission Européenne à la
Tunisie entre 1996 et 2008 : Rapport Final ; Volume 2 | Evaluation des opérations d'aide budgétaire de la Commission
Européenne à la Tunisie entre 1996 et 2008 : Rapport Final ; Volume 3 | Evaluation des opérations d'aide budgétaire
de la Commission Européenne à la Tunisie entre 1996 et 2008 : Résumé ; EVINFO
Abstract
This report presents the results of the evaluation of European Commission budget support operations in Tunisia between 1996 and 2009. The main objectives of the evaluation were to:- further develop the evaluation of the EC country programme in Tunisia, through a specific evaluation of budget support, and- test the 3-Step approach developed within the OECD/DAC, in order to evaluate BS operations.The scope of the evaluation covers seven budget support operations, out of a total of fourteen, funded by the EC in Tunisia over the 1996-2008 period: general budget support SAF I, II, III and IV, and sector budget support in the areas of secondary and higher education and vocational training. These operations cover just over 60% of the EC budget support in the period, including the general budget support managed together with the World Bank and the African Development Bank.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. Objectives and Scope of the Evaluations
1.2. Report Structure
2. GENERAL CONTEXT OF EC-TUNISIA COOPERATION
2.1. Brief Historical Overview of the National Context since Independence: Main Political, Economic and Social Stages
2.2. Overview of EC-Tunisia Cooperation between 1996 and 2008
2.3. Budget Support Operations in the Context of Cooperation between the EC and Tunisia
2.4. Analysis of the Budget Support Operations Covered by the Evaluation
3. METHODOLOGY
3.1. Evaluation Methodology and Process
3.2 Evaluation Limits
4. ANSWERS TO EVALUATION QUESTIONS
4.1. STEP 1 – LEVEL 1. Questions relating to Level 1 of the intervention logic: quality of programmes
4.2. STEP 1 – LEVEL 2. Questions relating to Level 2 of the intervention logic: quality of direct outputs
4.3. STEP 1 – LEVEL 3. Questions relating to Level 3 of the intervention logic: government reform process and role of BS
4.4. STEP 2 – LEVEL 4. Questions relating to Levels 4 and 5 of the intervention logic: development results
4.5. STEP 2 – LEVEL 5. Questions relating to Levels 4 and 5 of the intervention logic: determining factors of change
4.6 STEP 3 – Links between budget support and development results
5. OVERALL EVALUATION
6. CONCLUSIONS
6.1 Conclusions on the strategic dimension of budget support
6.2 Conclusions on the technical and institutional set-up of budget support
6.3 Conclusions on the specific impact of budget support in relation to the country’s performance
7. RECOMMENDATIONS
7.1 Recommendations on the strategic dimension of budget support
7.2 Recommendations on the technical and institutional set-up of budget support
7.3 Recommendations on the main sectoral challenges and budget support
8. SUMMARY OF THE CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
| Volume 2
ANNEXE 1: TERMES DE REFERENCE
ANNEXE 2: LISTE BIBLIOGRAPHIQUE
ANNEXE 3: LISTE DES PERSONNES RENCONTREES
ANNEXE 4: CONTEXTE NATIONAL
ANNEXE 5: APERÇU DE LA COOPERATION UE-TUNISIE ENTRE 1995 ET 2008
ANNEXE 6: METHODOLOGIE DE L’EVALUATION
ANNEXE 7: INVENTAIRE DES OPERATIONS D’AB EN OBJET
ANNEXE 8: FICHES DES OPERATIONS D’AB
ANNEXE 9: COOPERATION DES AUTRES BAILLEURS DE FONDS EN TUNISIE
ANNEXE 10: CADRE COMPETITIF DE CERTAIN PAYS MEDA
Volume 3
ANNEXE 11: ÉTAPE 1
QUESTIONS, CRITERES D’EVALUATION & THEMES PROPOSES
ANNEXE 12: E1 NIVEAU 1-RESSOURCES (INPUTS)
QE 1.1 :
QE 1.2
QE 1.3
QE 1.4
ANNEXE 13: E1 NIVEAU 2-PRODUITS (DIRECT OUTPUTS)
QE 2.1
QE 2.2
QE 2.3
ANNEXE 14: E1 NIVEAU 3- REALISATIONS (INDUCED OUTPUTS)
QE 3.1
QE 3.2
QE 3.3.A
QE 3.3.B
QE 3.3.C
QE 3.4
QE 3.5
QE 3.6
ANNEXE 15: ÉTAPE 2
QUESTIONS, CRITERES D’EVALUATION & THEMES PROPOSES
ANNEXE 16: E2 NIVEAUX 4 & 5: RESULTATS ET IMPACTS (OUTCOMES AND IMPACTS)
QE 4.1
QE 4.2
QE 4.3
QE 4.4
QE 5.1
Analyse historico-politique
Analyse Statistique
ANNEXE 17: ÉTAPE 3-QE 6
Author (Corp. Body): Development Researchers' Network
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | Aide a? la De?cision Economique, Ottignies Louvain la Neuve | PARTICIP GmbH Consultants für Entwicklung und Umwelt, Freiburg im Breisgau
Year: 2011
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: EuropeAid/122888/C/SER/Multi | Request for services 2008/165357/2 (EVA 2007)
Language: en | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: trainingevaluationdevelopment aidEUfinancial assistanceuniversity level of educationsecondary educationTunisia
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community funds and other financial instrumentsEuropean Community external relationsEducational policy. Training policyVocational education and trainingUniversities. Higher education institutions
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesTunisia
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Title: Évaluation de la coopération de la Commission Européenne avec la Tunisie : Rapport Final ; Volume 1 - Rapport
Principal
Title (other): Évaluation de la coopération de la Commission Européenne avec la Tunisie : Évaluation de niveau national ; Rapport
Final ; Volume 1 - Rapport Principal | Évaluation de la coopération de la Commission Européenne avec la Tunisie :
Rapport Final ; Volume 2 | Évaluation de la coopération de la Commission Européenne avec la Tunisie : Rapport Final ;
Volume 3 | Evaluation de la coopération de la CE avec la Tunisie (1995-2008) : Grille de Qualité du Rapport Final |
Evaluation de la Coopération de l'UE avec la Tunisie : Fiche Contradictoire ; Ref. Ares(2012)24143 | Evaluation de la
Coopération de l'UE avec la Tunisie de 1995 à 2008 : Résumé
Abstract
Ce rapport présente les résultats de l?évaluation de la stratégie de coopération de la Commission Européenne avec la Tunisie entre 1995 et 2008. Les objectifs sont, d?une part, de fournir aux services de la CE ainsi qu?aux partenaires concernés une appréciation globale et indépendante de cette coopération pendant la période allant de 1995 à 2008 et, d?autre part, d?en tirer des enseignements en vue d?améliorer les stratégies et les programmes actuels et futurs.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. OBJECTIFS ET CHAMP DE L’ETUDE
1.2. OBJECTIFS ET STRUCTURE DU RAPPORT DE SYNTHESE
2. MÉTHODOLOGIE
2.1. METHODOLOGIE ET PROCESSUS DE L’ÉVALUATION
2.2. QUESTIONS D’EVALUATION
2.3. METHODES DE COLLECTE ET D’ANALYSE DES DONNEES
2.4. LIMITES DU PROCESSUS DE COLLECTE ET D’ANALYSE DES DONNEES ET DES JUGEMENTS
3. CONTEXTE POLITIQUE, ECONOMIQUE, SOCIAL ET CULTUREL DE LA TUNISIE
3.1. CADRE POLITIQUE ET GOUVERNANCE
3.2. CADRE ECONOMIQUE
3.3. LE DEVELOPPEMENT HUMAIN ET SOCIAL DE LA TUNISIE
3.4. CADRE ENVIRONNEMENTAL
4. LA COOPÉRATION UE-TUNISIE ENTRE 1995 ET 2008
4.1. LES CYCLES DE COOPERATION DE LA COMMISSION
4.2. LES INSTRUMENTS DU DIALOGUE ENTRE UE ET TUNISIE
4.3. PROCESSUS DE PROGRAMMATION DE LA COMMISSION EUROPEENNE
4.4. OBJECTIFS PRIORITAIRES DE LA COMMISSION EUROPEENNE
4.5. ANALYSE DES INTERVENTIONS
5. RÉPONSES AUX QUESTIONS D’EVALUATION
5.1. QE 1 : CONTEXTE NATIONAL & STRATEGIES CE)
5.2. QE 2: MACROECONOMIE & REFORMES ECONOMIQUES
5.3. QE 3 : ENVIRONNEMENT DES AFFAIRES ET SECTEUR PRIVE
5.4. QE 4 : COMMERCE EXTERIEUR ET INTEGRATION ECONOMIQUE
5.5. QE 5: RESSOURCES HUMAINES
5.6. QE 6 : GOUVERNANCE ET SOCIETE CIVILE
5.7. QE 7 : RESSOURCES NATURELLES ET ENVIRONNEMENT
5.8. QE 8 : PROGRAMMATION ET GESTION
5.9. QE 9 : LES « 3CS » (COHERENCE, COORDINATION, COMPLEMENTARITE) ET LA VALEUR AJOUTEE DE LA CE
5.10. QE 10: QUESTIONS TRANSVERSALES
6. APPRÉCIATION GLOBALE
7. CONCLUSIONS
7.1. CADRE STRATEGIQUE
7.2. INSTRUMENTS ET MODALITES DE MISE EN OEUVRE
7.3. CONCLUSIONS SECTORIELLES
8. RECOMMANDATIONS
8.1. PRIORITES STRATEGIQUES
8.2. LES THEMES PRIORITAIRES
| Volume 2
ANNEXES
ANNEXE 1: TERMES DE REFERENCE
ANNEXE 2: LISTE BIBLIOGRAPHIQUE
ANNEXE 3: LISTE DES PERSONNES RENCONTREES
ANNEXE 4: CONTEXTE NATIONAL
ANNEXE 5: APERÇU DE LA COOPERATION UE-TUNISIE ENTRE 1995 ET 2008
ANNEXE 6: METHODOLOGIE DE L’EVALUATION
ANNEXE 7: METHODOLOGIE UTILISEE POUR L’INVENTAIRE DES AUTRES BAILLEURS DE FONDS
ANNEXE 8: LOGIQUE D’INTERVENTION
ANNEXE 9: ANALYSE DES RAPPORTS DE MONITORING (ROM ANALYSIS)
ANNEXE 10: MATRICE D’EVALUATION (DATA COLLECTION GRID)
ANNEXE 11: FICHES DE PROJET
ANNEXE 12: VUE D’ENSEMBLE DES OPERATIONS D’APPUI BUDGETAIRE OBJETS DE L’EVALUATION AB ET FICHES PROJET & CONDITIONNALITES DES FAS
ANNEXE 13: SEMINAIRE DE PRESENTATION DU PROJET DE RAPPORT FINAL
Volume 3
ANNEXES
ANNEXE 14: INVENTAIRE DES INTERVENTIONS CE
ANNEXE 15: INVENTAIRE DES INTERVENTIONS DES AUTRES BAILLEURS DE FONDS
Author (Corp. Body): Development Researchers' Network
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | Aide a? la De?cision Economique, Ottignies Louvain la Neuve | PARTICIP GmbH Consultants für Entwicklung und Umwelt, Freiburg im Breisgau
Year: 2011
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: EuropeAid/122888/C/SER/Multi | Demande de prestation 2008/165357/2 (EVA 2007) | Ref. Ares(2012)24143
Language: fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: foreign tradeevaluationdevelopment aidEUEuropean Commissiongovernancemacroeconomicsprivate sector
resourcesTunisiaenvironmenteconomic integrationindustrial reformcivil society
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesTunisia
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Title: Thematic global evaluation of European Commission support to the education sector in partner countries (including basic
and secondary education) : Final Report ; Volume I
Title (other): Thematic global evaluation of European Commission support to the education sector in partner countries (including basic
and secondary education) : Final Report ; Volume IIa | Thematic global evaluation of European Commission support to the
education sector in partner countries (including basic and secondary education) : Final Report ; Volume II b | Thematic
global evaluation of European Commission support to the education sector in partner countries (including basic and
secondary education) : Final Report ; Volume II c | Thematic global evaluation of European EC support to the education
sector in partner countries (including basic and secondary education) : Final Report ; Volume II d | Fiche
Contradictoire : Evaluation of the European Commission’s support to the education sector in partner countries
(including basic and secondary education) | Evaluation of the EC support to the education sector in partner countries
(including basic and secondary education) 2000-2007 : Quality Grid on Final Report | Evaluation of the European
Commission’s support to Education sector in partner countries (including basic and secondary education) : ref. 1282 ;
EVINFO
Abstract
This evaluation aims to assess the extent to which the European Commission’s (EC) assistance has been relevant, efficient, effective and sustainable in producing the expected impacts in the education sector. Moreover, the evaluation also assesses co-ordination and complementarity with other donors and actors, coherence with the relevant EC policies and partner Governments’ priorities and activities, and with international legal commitments in education. The evaluation covers basic and secondary education, including the relevant sub-sectors, all regions where EC co-operation is implemented, and aid implementation over the period 2000-2007.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Executive Summary
Purpose and scope of the evaluation
Background to the evaluation
Methodology
Analysis and main findings for each Evaluation Question
Main conclusions
Main recommendations
1 Introduction
1.1 Synthesis of the European Commission’s strategy and programmes
1.1.1 ...
1.2 Intervention logic
1.3 Context of EC support to education : International policy framework for basic and secondary education – and how the EC supports it
1.3.1 ...
1.4 The Evaluation Questions (EQs)
2 Methodology
2.1 Key steps of the evaluation process
2.2 Describing the object of the evaluation (structuring phase ? inventory)
2.3 Developing the methodological framework (structuring phase)
2.4 Collecting data (Desk Study and Field Phase): Overview of process and tools
2.4.1...
2.5 Collecting data: Details
2.6 Analysing and judging: Synthesis Phase
2.7 Dissemination
2.8 Challenges and limits of the evaluation
2.8.1...
3 Inventory: Overview on EC resources to support basic and secondary education
3.1 EC funding towards the education sector
3.1.1...
3.2 EC response to basic and secondary education needs
3.2.1...
3.3 Global financing gaps in basic education
4 Answers to the Evaluation Questions
| 4.1 EQ1-relevance: To what extent is EC support aligned to education development objectives in national development plans, such as PRSPs, and ensures coherence between EC development co-operation policies on education and other EC policies affecting education?
4.1.1...
4.2 EQ2-access: To what extent has EC support to education contributed to improving access to basic education?
4.2.1...
4.3 EQ3-secondary: To what extent has EC support to education contributed to improving transition to secondary level (both lower and upper)?
4.3.1...
4.4 EQ4-quality: To what extent has EC support to education contributed toimproving the quality of education?
4.4.1...
4.5 EQ5-skills: To what extent has EC support to education contributed to enhancing basic education skills, especially literacy and numeracy?
4.5.1...
4.6 EQ6-delivery: To what extent has EC support to education helped in improving education system service delivery and resourcing?
4.6.1...
4.7 EQ7?transparency: To what extent has EC support to education helped in strengthening transparency and accountability of the management of education service delivery?
4.7.1...
4.8 EQ8-co-ordination & complementarity: To what extent, and how, has the EC contributed to improving co-ordination, complementarity and synergies with Member States and other donors to the education sector, in line with the Paris Declaration?
4.8.1...
4.9 EQ9-modalities: To what extent have the various aid modalities and funding channels and their combinations, in particular GBS/SBS/SSP/projects, been appropriate and contributed to improving access, equity and policy-based resource allocation in education?
4.9.1...
4.10Overall assessment of the EC Strategy
5Conclusions and recommendations
5.1 Conclusions
5.1.1 Cluster 1: ...
5.2 Recommendations
5.2.1 Cluster 1:...
| Annex 26: Analysis of EC Country Strategy Papers (CSPs)
Annex 27: List of people interviewed/met
Annex 28: Documents consulted
| VOLUME II: ANNEXES
VOLUME IIa: DETAILED ANSWERS TO THE EVALUATION QUESTIONS
Annex 1: Detailed answers to the Evaluation Questions
VOLUME IIb: MAIN INDVIDUAL ANALYSES
Annex 2: Inventory and typology of EC support to basic and secondary education
Annex 3: EC Support to the education sector in partner countries: Results of the survey to EUDs
Annex 4: Analysis of the European Court of Auditors (ECA) reports on education and GBS in Africa (Niger, Liberia, Namibia, Tanzania, Uganda and Burkina Faso)
Annex 5: Focus Group Analysis (Results of video-conferences with a sample of EU Delegations)
VOLUME IIc: COUNTRY NOTES
Annex 6: Bangladesh
Annex 7: Pakistan
Annex 8: Dominican Republic
Annex 9: Niger
Annex 10: South Africa
Annex 11: Tunisia
VOLUME IId: ToR,SOME DEFINITIONS, FURTHERINDIVIDUAL ANALYSES, REFERENCES
Annex 12: Terms of Reference
Annex 13: Evaluation methodology
Annex 14: Subsector definitions for the education sector
Annex 15: Definitions of major education-related indicators
Annex 16: Final set of evaluation questions, judgment criteria and indicators
Annex 17: Test of EC Guidance for evaluations related to education
Annex 18: International policy framework for basic and secondary education – and how the EC sup-ports it
Annex 19: EC policy related to support to education
Annex 20: EC intervention logic related to basic and secondary education and the process of selecting Evaluation Questions
Annex 21: Support to basic and secondary education: Global financing needs versus relative importance in EC support and humanresources allocated
Annex 22: Note on international education indicators: Overview of EFA goals and indicators, MDGs, MDG targets and indicators, and FTI indicators
Annex 23: Detailed statistical tables related to the desk study countries
Annex 24: Details about compulsory education in the desk study countries
Annex 25: Overview of international and regional surveys related to learning achievements
Author (Corp. Body): PARTICIP GmbH, Wehingen
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Amt für Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Außenbeziehungen | EgeVal II | Aide a? la De?cision Economique, Ottignies Louvain la Neuve | Development Researche
Year: 2010
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Contract n° EVA 2007/social LOT2 | EuropeAid/122888/C/SER/Multi | ref. 1282
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: impactBangladeshevaluationeducationBurkina FasoDominican Republicdevelopment aidEuropean Commission
coordinationLiberiaNamibiaNigerPakistanprimary educationRepublic of South Africasecondary educationTanzaniaTunisia
Uganda
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relationsEducational systems in general
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesDominican RepublicTunisiaTanzaniaUganda
NamibiaSouth AfricaBurkina FasoLiberiaNigerBangladeshPakistan
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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: 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: 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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Title: Better Migration Management Programme : Annual Progress Report ; 1st April 2016 to 31st March 2017
Abstract
The report covers the period 1st April 2016 – 31st March 2017. It focuses on accounting for the activities during this first year of Programme implementation. Overall, it can be summarised that good progress has been made towards the establishment of the Better Migration Management (BMM) Programme in the Horn of Africa (HoA). [Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Executive Summary
1 Context of the action
2 Results and activities
2.1 Component 1: Policy harmonisation and cooperation
2.2 Component 2: Capacity Building
2.3 Component 3: Protection
2.3 Component 4: Awareness Raising
3 Beneficiaries/affiliated entities and other Cooperation
3.1 Target beneficiaries
3.2 State authorities
3.3 Other third parties involved (including other donors, other government agencies or local government units, NGOs, etc.)
3.4 Links/ Synergies with other Actions/ Programmes
4 Deviations or adjustments against planned activities
5 Programme management and monitoring
5.1. Programme management
5.2 Programme monitoring and evaluation
5.3 Programme steering structure
6 Visibility
Author (Corp. Body): Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH / Stabsstelle Evaluierung
Contributer: Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Internationale Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung
Year: 2017
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: T05 – EUTF – HoA – REG – 09/ 16.2126.7
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EgyptEthiopiaDjiboutidevelopment aidEritreaEUKenyacooperation
migration policySomaliaSudanTunisiaUganda
Subject: Aid programmesMigration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesEgyptTunisiaEthiopiaDjiboutiEritrea
KenyaSomaliaSudanSouth SudanUganda
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