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Title: Workshop Assessing Commission's Communication on "Water Scarcity and Droughts" Consolidated texts
Author: Martins, Luis Bulhão | Gerber, Jürg
Series Title:European Parliament - Study
Publisher: Europäische Union / Europäisches Parlament
Year: 2008
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: PE 404.893
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: Water scarcityeconomics of water supply and distribution
Subject: Hydrology. Water
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Title: Workshop : Assessing the Commission's Impact Assessment on the "Communication on Water Scarcity and Droughts" ;
Consolidated texts
Abstract
A workshop was organised on the Impact Assessment on the "Commission's Communication on Water Scarcity and Droughts". This was held in the context of an ENVI report currently drafted by MEP Richard SEEBER (EPP-ED) on the abovementioned Communication published by the European Commission on 18 July 2007. A panel of 3 experts analysed and debated the Commission's presentation and subsequently answered Members' questions about the different policy options presented in the Impact Assessment. This workshop could be considered a pilot project as it was the first one to be exclusively focused on the Commission's Impact Assessment. In the past, previous experiences brought the European Commission to present impact assessment on ENVI dossier during the meetings of the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety Committee. However, no real debate took place as no real challenge was made on the Impact Assessment. The panel of three experts was invited to give their own critical and complementary evaluations of Commission's Impact Assessment in terms of methodology, terminology, and policy conclusions. [Govert Geldof, Philipp Schepelmann, Lena Partzsch]
Author: Geldof, Govert | Schepelmann, Philipp
Series Title:European Parliament - Study
Publisher: Europäische Union / Europäisches Parlament
Year: 2008
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: PE 401.000 | IP/A/ENVI/WS/2007-12
Language: en
Ressource: Sammlungen von Vorträgen und Tagungsbeiträgen
Keyword: Water scarcityeconomics of water supply and distribution
Subject: Hydrology. Water
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Title: Water for all : Meeting the Millenium development goals ; The European Union's development cooperation in the water and
sanitation sector
Title (other): De L'eau pour tous : Réalisation des objectifes du millénaire ; Coopération au développement de l'Union européenne
dans le secteur de l'eau et de l'assainisement
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung
Publisher: Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen
Year: 2008
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-79-09286-2 | NH-30-08-492-EN-C | 978-92-79-09288-6 | NH-30-08-492-FR-C
Language: en | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: development aideconomics of water supply and distribution
Subject: Development aid. Aid programmes and aid organizations
Countries Scheme: Global Resources
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Title: A comparative evaluation of public-private and public-public partnerships for urban water services in ACP countries
Abstract
This study evaluates the comparative advantages of PPPs and PuPs in urban water services. Based on literature analysis and case studies, past performance of PPPs and PuPs is reviewed against several criteria. Lessons are then identified regarding the barriers and enablers which determine the success of partnerships, and the kind of support donors could usefully provide. The study concludes that while the main determinant of performance is not public or private management but policy, institutions, finance and regulation, there are notable differences between what PPPs and PuPs can offer. In the right circumstances the private sector can improve in efficiency and management, but at high costs. PuPs generally have lower costs and greater focus on capacity building and equity, and have the potential to support more holistic approaches to urban services and the water cycle. Partnerships with local actors can also improve services by allowing more flexible approaches to service provision to meet the needs of different households. The involvement of civil society and community groups in particular often helps to improve services for poor households. A key conclusion is that governments should have a choice of different partnership options and the ability to end failing partnerships. [European Parliament]
Author: Tucker, Josephine | Calow, Roger | Nickel, Darla
Series Title:European Parliament - Study
Contributer: Overseas Development Institute, UK | Ecologic Institute, Austria
Publisher: Europäische Union / Europäisches Parlament
Year: 2010
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: PE 410.209 | EXPO/B/DEVE/FWC/2009-01
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: Development Aideconomics of water supply and distribution
Subject: Development aid. Aid programmes and aid organizations
Countries Scheme: South AfricaGhana
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Title: Water and Sanitation in European Union development co-operation
Title (other): A Caribbean Project
Series Title: Development ; DE 126
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung
Publisher: Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen
Year: 2004
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 92-894-8266-4 | NH-62-04-834-EN-C
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: development aid policyinternational cooperationsustainable developmenteconomics of water supply and distribution
Subject: International cooperation
Countries Scheme: Caribbean. General Resources
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Title: Water Sector Development and Governance: Complementarities and synergies between Sector-Wide Approach and Integrated
Water Resource Management
Title (other): Développement et gouvernance du secteur de l’eau : Complémentarités et synergies entre l’approche sectorielle et la
gestion intégrée des ressources en eau.
Table of Contents
Abbreviations
Introduction
1. The water sector
1.1. The complexity of the sector
1.2. Challenges faced by the sector
2. Approaches and definitions
2.1. Integrated water resource management
2.1.1. Origin, definition and principles
2.1.2. IWRM problems and lessons learned
2.2. The sector-wide approach, the sector programme and the sector policy support programme
2.2.1. Origin, definitions and criteria
2.2.2. Sector-wide approach and sector programme: lessons learned
3. Complementarities and synergies between the sector-wide approach and IWRM
3.1. Contribution made by IWRM to sector policy and strategy
3.2. IWRM and the medium-term expenditure framework
3.3. Sector coordination, a common principle
3.4. Performance monitoring system
3.5. Institutional capacity building
Annexe 1: Drawing up and implementing a roadmap
1. Analysis of governance in the water sector
2. Raising awareness about a national dialogue
3. Dialogue preparation
4. Official launch of the dialogue: the first stakeholder forum
5. Sector diagnoses by working groups
6. Annual sector reviews (stakeholder forums)
Annexe 2: Governance: a stakeholder analysis methodology
Annexe 3: Arrangements for water supply and sanitation service management
Series Title: Tools and Methods Series : Reference Document ; 7 | Collection outils et méthodes : Document de référence ; 7
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Amt für Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid
Year: 2009
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-79-14535-3 | KQ-32-09-212-EN-C | 978-92-79-14537-7 | KQ-32-09-212-FR-C
Language: en | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: development aid policyeconomics of water supply and distribution
Subject: Development aid. Aid programmes and aid organizationsWater management
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: A housing, institutional, water/waste and health support programme for Kosovo in 2001 : Financing proposal
Author: Ruiz Calavera, Genoveva
Contributer: Europäische Kommission
Year: 2001
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: waste managementdevelopment aidEUjoining of the European UnionhealthKosovoagricultureadministration
economics of water supply and distributionhousing constructioncivil society
Subject: Aid programmes
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesKosovo
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Title: Evaluation de l’Appui Budgétaire au Burkina Faso (2009 - 2014) : Rapport final ; Volume 1
Title (other): Evaluation de l’Appui Budgétaire au Burkina Faso (2009 - 2014) : Rapport final ; Volume 2 | Evaluation de l’Appui
Budgétaire au Burkina Faso (2009 - 2014) : Rapport final ; Volume 3 | Evaluation de l’Appui Budgétaire au Burkina
Faso (2009 - 2014) ; Note de synthèse | Evaluation de l’Appui Budgétaire au Burkina Faso (2009 - 2014) : Séminaires
de discussion et de dissémination ; Comptes rendus | Evaluation of Budget Support to Burkina Faso (2009 - 2014) :
Executive summary
Table of Contents
1 Introduction
1.1 Mandat, objectifs et champ de l’évaluation
1.2 Structure du rapport
2 Méthodologie
2.1 Aperçu du processus d’évaluation
2.2 Approche générale
2.3 Outils et méthodes de collecte de données et d’analyse
2.4 Limitations et principaux défis
3 Contexte
3.1 Contexte politique, social et économique
3.1.1 Contexte politique3.1.2 Evolution de la pauvreté
3.1.3 Situation macroéconomique
3.1.4 Contexte régional
3.2 Les politiques publiques
3.2.1 Aperçu des principales réformes institutionnelles
3.2.2 Les politiques sectorielles
3.3 Le cadre de partenariat
3.3.1 Aperçu sur l’aide publique au développement
3.3.2 Les appuis budgétaires
4 Synthèse de l’analyse
4.1 La pertinence de l’AB
4.2 Les effets directs de l’AB
4.3 Les effets induits de l’AB au niveau des politiques publiques et de la fourniture de services de base
4.4 Les résultats de développement
4.5 Conclusions générales
5 Questions d’évaluation – constats principaux
5.1 Etape 1
5.1.1 QE1 - Pertinence et Conception des AB
5.1.2 QE2 - Opportunités créées
5.1.3 QE3 - Gestion macroéconomique et allocations budgétaires
5.1.4 QE4 - Gestion des finances publiques
5.1.5 QE5 - Gouvernance & Redevabilité
5.1.6 QE6 - Formulation et mise en œuvre des politiques
5.1.7 Tableaux de synthèse de l’Etape 1
5.2 Etape 2
5.2.1 QE7 - Santé
5.2.2 QE8 - Eau et assainissement
5.3 Etape 3
6 Conclusions et recommandations détaillées
6.1 Conclusions
6.2 Recommandations
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Internationale Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung, Brüssel
Contributer: PARTICIP GmbH Consultants für Entwicklung und Umwelt, Freiburg im Breisgau
Year: 2016
Language: en | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: povertyevaluationBurkina FasoEUfinancial assistancehealthsocial policyeconomics of water supply and distribution
economic policy
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesBurkina Faso
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Title: IFCA Investment Facility for Central Asia, AIF Asia Investment Facility, IFP Investment Facility for the Pacific : 2015
Operational Report
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION
FOREWORD
IFCA Investment Facility for Central Asia
AT A GLANCE
1. Overview
2. Supporting EU Policy Goals in Central Asia
3. Projects
AIF Asia Investment Facility
AT A GLANCE
1. Overview
2. Supporting EU Policy Goals in Asia
3. Projects
IFP Investment Facility for the Pacific
AT A GLANCE
1. Supporting EU Policy Goals in the Pacific
2. Projects
IFCA/AIF/IFP On the Frontline of the Battle Against Climate Change
IFCA/AIF/IFP Tapping the development potential of the private sector
IFCA/AIF/IFP Closing Remarks
IFCA/AIF/IFP Organisation Structure
IFCA/ANNEX
AIF/ANNEX
IFP/ANNEX
IFCA/AIF/IFP ACRONYMS
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Internationale Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung, Brüssel
Publisher: Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen, Luxemburg
Year: unknown
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-79-57477-1 | 2467-0014 | MN-AG-16-001-EN-N
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: waste managementenergy industrydevelopment aidEUfinancial assistanceinvestmentclimate changePacific Rim
private sectortransportationenvironmental policyeconomics of water supply and distributionCentral Asia
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesCentral Asia. General ResourcesSouth Pacific. General Resources
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Title: LAIF Latin America Investment Facility, CIF Caribbean Investment Facility : 2015 Operational Report
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION
FOREWORD - Neven Mimica
LAIF Latin America Investmet Facility
LAIF AT A GLANCE
HIGHLIGHTS 2015
SUPPORTING EU POLICY INTIATIVES IN LATIN AMERICA
OPERATIONS IN 2015
1. Overview
2. Projects
ANALYSIS OF LAIF PORTOFOLIO 2010-2015
CIF Caribbean Investment Facility
CIF AT A GLANCE
HIGHLIGHTS 2015
SUPPORTING EU POLICY INTIATIVES IN THE CARIBBEAN
OPERATIONS IN 2015
1. Overview
2. Projects
ANALYSIS OF CIF PORTOFOLIO 2013-2015
LAIF / CIF ENGAGING WITH THE PRIVATE SECTOR
LAIF / CIF LAIF AND CIF ON THE FRONTLINE OF THE BATTLE AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE
LAIF / CIF CLOSING REMARKS - Marjeta Jager
LAIF / CIF ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE
LAIF / ANNEX
CIF / ANNEX
LAIF / CIF PROFILE AND VISIBILITY
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Internationale Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung, Brüssel
Publisher: Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen, Luxemburg
Year: 2016
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-79-57472-6 | 2443-7859 | MN-AC-16-001-EN-N
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: energy policydevelopment aidEUfinancial assistanceCaribbean Regionclimate changeLatin Americaprivate sector
projectenvironmental policytransportation policyeconomics of water supply and distribution
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesLatin America and Caribbean. General Resources
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Title: Evaluation of the European Union's Cooperation with Lesotho 2008 - 2013 : Final report ; Volume I – Main Report
Title (other): Evaluation of the European Union's Co-operation with Lesotho 2008-2013 : Final report ; Volume II – Annexes |
Evaluation of the European Union's Co-operation with Lesotho 2008-2013 : Final report ; Volume III – Annexes 10-11 |
"Fiche Contradictoire" : Evaluation of the European Union’s Co-operation with Lesotho 2008-2013 ; Country level
evaluation | Evaluation of the European Union's Co-Operation with Lesotho - Synthesis of the main conclusions and
recommendations
Abstract
The European Union (EU) has commissioned ADE to conduct an independent evaluation of its cooperation with Lesotho between 2008-2013. The main objective is to provide the EU with information on the results of its engagement in Lesotho and the lessons to be learned to improve its current and future cooperation. With this purpose in mind, the evaluation mainly focused on the relevance and the efficiency of the strategy, the effectiveness and impacts of cooperation, and on key issues of cooperation including regional leverage, support to social protection, water supply and sanitation, and budget support. It also addressed matters of coordination, the mix of instruments and types of aid, as well as the effect of institutional changes within the EU.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
LIST OF ACRONYMS
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 OBJECTIVES AND SCOPE OF THE EVALUATION
1.2 EVALUATION PROCESS
1.3 EVALUATION METHODOLOGY
1.4 CONTEXT OF EU - LESOTHO COOPERATION
2 THE RATIONALE OF EU COOPERATION WITH LESOTHO
2.1 EQ1 ON THE RATIONALE OF EU INVOLVEMENT WITHLESOTHO
2.2 EQ2 ON REGIONAL LEVERAGE
2.3 EQ3 ON RELEVANCE AND COHERENCE
3 THE EFFECTIVENESS OF EU DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION AND THE SUSTAINABILITY OF ITS RESULTS
3.1 EQ4 ON SOCIAL PROTECTION
3.2 EQ5 ON WATER AND SANITATION
3.3 EQ6 ON BUDGET SUPPORT
3.4 EQ7 ON NON STATE ACTORS
4 THE EFFICIENCY OF EU DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION IMPLEMENTATION
4.1 EQ8 ON MANAGEMENT OF THE PROGRAMME
4.2 EQ9 ON AID MODALITIES AND AID INSTRUMENTS
5 OVERALL ASSESSMENT AND CONCLUSIONS
5.1 OVERALL ASSESSMENT: TIME FOR A CHANGE OFPARADIGM?
5.2 CONCLUSIONS
6 RECOMMENDATIONS
6.1 RECOMMENDATIONS AT STRATEGIC LEVEL
6.2 RECOMMENDATIONS AT SECTOR LEVEL
6.3 CROSS CUTTING RECOMMENDATION ON MANAGEMENT
ANNEXES IN VOLUME II
ANNEX 1: TERMS OF REFERENCE
ANNEX 2: METHODOLOGY OF THE EVALUATION ANDEVALUATION QUESTIONS
ANNEX 3: INVENTORY OF EU INTERVENTIONS IN LESOTHO
ANNEX 4: DONOR CONTRIBUTIONS TO LESOTHO 2008 - 2012 (MUS$)
ANNEX 5: INFORMATION COLLECTED BY EVALUATION QUESTION AND JUDGMENT CRITERION
ANNEX 6: INFORMATION FICHES PER INTERVENTION
ANNEX 7: EU’S SUPPORT TO SOCIAL PROTECTION
ANNEX 8: LIST OF PEOPLE MET
ANNEX 9: LIST OF DOCUMENTS CONSULTED
ANNEXES IN VOLUME III
ANNEX 10: DRAFT FINAL REPORT PRESENTATION SEMINAR IN MASERU
ANNEX 11: MINUTES OF THE DRAFT FINAL REPORT PRESENTATION SEMINAR IN MASERU
LIST OF TABLES
LIST OF FIGURES
LIST OF BOXES
Author (Corp. Body): ADE / Analysis for economic decisions
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Internationale Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung, Brüssel | itad | COWI AS
Year: 2015
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Contract No EVA 2011/Lot 3 | Specific contract 2014/337123/2
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: evaluationdevelopment aid policyEUfinancial assistancecooperationLesothosocial securityeconomics of water supply and distribution
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesLesotho
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Title: Evaluation of Budget Support in South Africa : Final Report ; Volume 1
Title (other): Evaluation of Budget Support in South Africa : Final Report ; Volume 2 | Evaluation of Budget Support in South Africa :
2000 - 2011 ; Summary
Abstract
The main evaluation objective is to assess to what extent EU Budget Support (BS) operations in South Africa (SA) contributed to achieving sustainable results in the relevant sectors over the period 2000-2011. The evaluation covers 16 Sector Budget Support (SBS) operations, for an amount of €984 million, of which 32% were allocated to Employment and Private Sector Development, 25% to Water and Sanitation, 7% to Governance (Legislative and Justice), 17% to Health, 12% to Education and 7% to Urban Renewal. The OECD-DAC 3 Step approach was followed.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Executive Summary
1 Introduction
1.1 Objectives and Scope of the Evaluation
1.2 Organisation of the evaluation
1.3 Structure of the final evaluation report
2 Context
2.1 Key Elements of the South Africa Context
2.2 The EU-SA Partnership and Co-operation Framework
3 Key Methodological Elements
3.1 Intervention Logic
3.2 Type of assessments carried out
3.3 Challenges and Limitations
4 Answers to the Evaluation Questions
4.1 EQ1 (Step 1) - Relevance and Design of SBS
4.2 EQ2 (Step 1) - Policy Dialogue, TA and H&A
4.3 EQ3 (Step 1) - Financial Inputs
4.4 EQ4 (Step 1) - Public Spending / Budget management
4.5 EQ5 (Step 1) - Policy formulation / implementation processes
4.6 Step 1 - Summary
4.7 EQ6 (Step 2) - Employment & Private Sector Development
4.8 EQ7 (Step 2) - Water
4.9 EQ8 (Step 2) - Governance (Access to justice & Legislative)
4.10 EQ9 (Step 2) - Other sectors
4.11 EQ10 (Step 2) - Impact
4.12 Step 3 - Summary
5 Overall assessment
6 Conclusions
6.1 Cluster 1 - Development co-operation: priorities and modalities
6.2 Cluster 2 - Value added of the EU-SA development co-operation
6.3 Cluster 3 - Outcomes and impacts at sector level
6.4 Cluster 4 - Other key issues on the implementation of the SBS modality
7 Recommendations
7.1 Cluster 1 - Development co-operation: priorities and modalities
7.2 Cluster 2 - Value Added of the EU-SA development co-operation
7.3 Cluster 3 - Sectoral issues
7.4 Cluster 4 - Other key issues for development co-operation
List of tables
List of figures
List of acronyms and abbreviations
| VOLUME II: DETAILED INFORMATION MATRIX
1. EQ 1 - Relevance and Design of SBS
2. EQ 2 - Policy Dialogue, TA and H&A
3. EQ 3 - Financial inputs
4. EQ 4 - Public Spending / Budget management
5. EQ 5 - Policy formulation & implementation processes
6. EQ 6 - Employment / Private sector development
7. EQ 7 - Water sector
8. EQ 8 - Access to Justice/ legislative
Author (Corp. Body): PARTICIP GmbH Consultants für Entwicklung und Umwelt, Freiburg im Breisgau
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | DRN | European Centre for Development Policy Management | Mokoro | Ecorys, Rotterdam
Year: 2013
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Contract No EVA 2011 / LOT 3 | Specific contract No 2012/298305
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: employmentevaluationeducationdevelopment aidEUfinancial assistancehealthgovernance
private sectorRepublic of South Africaurban redevelopmenteconomics of water supply and distribution
Subject: Development aid. Aid programmes and aid organizationsEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesSouth Africa
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Title: Evaluation of the European Union’s Cooperation with the occupied Palestinian territory and support to the Palestinian
people : Final Report ; Volume 1
Title (other): Evaluation of the European Union’s Cooperation with the occupied Palestinian territory and support to the Palestinian
people : 2008 – 2013 : Final Report ; Volume 2 | «Fiche Contradictoire» : Evaluation of the European Union's
co-operation with Palestine and support to the Palestinian people ; Ref. Ares(2014)2403892 | Summary of the Evaluation
of the European Union's Copreration with Palestine and support to Palestinian People : REF . 1327 ; EVINFO | Evaluation
of the European Union’s cooperation with the occupied Palestinian territory and support to the Palestinian People :
Summary
Table of Contents
ACRONYMS
MAP
EXECUTIVESUMMARY
1. CONTEXT AND METHODOLOGY
1.1 OBJECTIVES AND SCOPE OF THE EVALUATION
1.2 NATIONAL CONTEXT AND EC COOPERATION RESPONSE
1.3 SPECIFIC NATURE OF THIS EVALUATION
1.4 METHODOLOGICAL CHALLENGES AND LIMITATIONS
2. ANSWERS TO THE EVALUATION QUESTIONS
2.1 EQ1: POLITICAL COHERENCE IN RELATIONS WITH PALESTINE
2.2 EQ2: POLITICAL COHERENCE OF EU EXTERNAL ACTION WITH KEY PLAYERS
2.3 EQ3: EU PROCESSES, RESOURCES AND CAPACITIES
2.4 EQ4: COOPERATION INSTRUMENTS
2.5 EQ5: STRATEGIC ALLIANCES
2.6 EQ6: GOVERNANCE
2.7 EQ7: SOCIAL SUPPORT
2.8 EQ8: PRIVATE SECTOR AND TRADE
2.9 EQ9: WATER, SANITATION AND LAND
3. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
3.1 CONCLUSIONS
3.2 RECOMMENDATIONS
List of tables
List of figures
| TABLE OF CONTENTS Volume 2
ANNEX 1: TERMS OF REFERENCES
ANNEX 2: BIBLIOGRAPHY
ANNEX 3: LIST OF PEOPLE INTERVIEWED
ANNEX 4: EVALUATION METHODOLOGY
ANNEX 5: DATA EVALUATION GRID
ANNEX 6: NATIONAL CONTEXT
ANNEX 7: INVENTORY OF DEVCO AND ECHO INTERVENTIONS
ANNEX 8: OTHERS DONORS’ COOPERATION
ANNEX 9: LIST OF DEVCO INTERVENTIONS IN PALESTINE
ANNEX 10: LIST OF ECHO INTERVENTIONS IN PALESTINE
ANNEX 11: COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PROJECTS “RESULT-ORIENTED MONITORING”
ANNEX 12: CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS MATRIX
Author (Corp. Body): Development Researcher’s Network
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | European Centre for Development Policy Management | Ecorys, Rotterdam | PARTICIP GmbH Consultants für Entwicklung und Umwelt, Fre
Year: 2014
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Contract No 2012/307554 Version 1 | Ref. Ares(2014)2403892
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: evaluationdevelopment aidEUgovernancecommercecooperationPalestinePalestinian territories
private sectorsocial supporteconomics of water supply and distribution
Subject: Development aid. Aid programmes and aid organizationsEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesPalestinian Territory
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Title: Confronting Scarcity : Managing water, energy and land for inclusive and sustainable growth
Title (other): Confronting Scarcity : Managing water, energy and land for inclusive and sustainable growth ; Appendix | Confronting
Scarcity : Managing water, energy and land for inclusive and sustainable growth ; Executive Summary ; The 2011/2012
European Report on Development
Abstract
This Report focuses on water, energy and land. It examines the constraints on each, the interrelationships between them and then considers how they can be managed together to promote growth in developing countries that is both socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable. A rising world population and global economic growth place new pressures on natural resources. The demand for energy and water is expected to grow by 40% and for food by 50% by 2030 compared to present levels. In an interconnected world, these pressures are exacerbated when solutions to resource constraints in one area place additional strains on another. Expanding the provision of biofuels, for example, can contribute to pressures on both land and water. Countries pursuing food security at home have acquired land overseas, sometimes at the expense of access to land and water by existing communities.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
FOREWORD
THE DIRECTORS’ FOREWORD
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLES AND FIGURES
BOXES
LIST OF ACRONYMS
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
OVERVIEW AND MAIN MESSAGES
Managing the WEL nexus
The changing context of natural resource management
Risks and opportunities in the pursuit of inclusive and sustainable growth
Framing responses to the new challenges
Managing the WEL nexus
Managing water
Managing renewable energy
Managing land
What can the public sector do?
What can the private sector do?
What can the European Union do?
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 Introduction
1.2 The resource nexus in related initiatives and global policy
1.3 Report structure and overview
1.4 Main implications of the Report
PART I - CONTEXT, CONCEPTS AND FRAMEWORK
CHAPTER 2 MANAGING WATER, ENERGY AND LAND IN A CHANGING WORLD
2.1 Introduction
...
2.2 Demand for water, energy and land in a changing world
...
2.3 The need to abandon ‘business as usual’
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CHAPTER 3 A TRANSFORMATION TOWARDS INCLUSIVE AND SUSTAINABLE GROWTH
3.1 What does inclusive and sustainable growth look like?
3.2 Economic growth
3.3 Environmental sustainability
3.4 Inclusiveness
3.5 The relationship between inclusiveness, sustainability and growth
3.6 Inclusive and sustainable growth is about limits and opportunities
CHAPTER 4 FRAMEWORK FOR UNDERSTANDING THE ROLES OF THE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTORS IN MANAGING NATURAL RESOURCES
4.1 Introduction
4.2 The framework for the water, energy and land Chapters
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4.3 Concluding remarks
| PART II - CASE STUDIES: WATER, ENERGY AND LAND
CHAPTER 5 MANAGING WATER STRESS
5.1 Context
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5.2 Issues in managing water for inclusive and sustainable growth
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5.3 The role of the public and private sectors in managing water for inclusive and sustainable growth
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5.4 Lessons learned: conclusions and key policy findings on managing water for inclusive and sustainable growth
CHAPTER 6 RENEWABLE ENERGY: PROMOTING A TRIPLE WIN
6.1 Context
6.2 The issues: the role of renewable energy in decarbonising economies – can it also promote inclusive and sustainable growth?
6.3 The role of the public and private sectors in promoting renewable energy for inclusive and sustainable growth
...
6.4 Lessons learned
CHAPTER 7 MANAGING SCARCITY: INVESTMENT IN LAND
7.1 Context
7.2 Issues in managing land for inclusive and sustainable growth
...
7.3 The roles of the public and private sectors in managing land for inclusive and sustainable growth
...
7.4 Lessons learned: conclusions and policy implications on managing land for inclusive and sustainable growth
CHAPTER 8 MANAGING THE WEL NEXUS: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES
8.1 Introduction
8.2 A nexus approach: optimisation rather than maximisation
8.3 Linkages between water, energy and land: a brief review
8.4 WEL linkages: opportunities and risks at the country level
8.5 How can a WEL-nexus approach lead to a re-assessment of existing policies?
8.6 The institutional setting for managing the WEL nexus
8.7 Conclusions: the WEL-nexus approach
PART III - POLICY IMPLICATIONS
CHAPTER 9 PUBLIC POLICY AND GOVERNANCE IMPLICATIONS
9.1 Governance, political economy and public-sector action
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9.2 Harnessing the public sector around the four-pillar approach
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9.3 Roadmap to a new approach
CHAPTER 10 THE ROLE OF THE PRIVATE SECTOR IN SUSTAINABLE AND INCLUSIVE NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
10.1 Introduction
| 10.2 The evolving role of the private sector in natural resource management
10.3 A focus on multinationals
10.4 Incentives for improving sustainability and inclusiveness of natural resource use
10.5 Examples of private-sector initiatives on water, energy and land
...
10.6 Challenges for private-sector solutions
10.7 The role of partnerships
10.8 Implications for business
10.9 Implications for public-private engagement
CHAPTER 11 THE ROLE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION
11.1 Europe’s current impact on managing water, energy and land for inclusive and sustainable growth
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11.2 Exploring the EU potential role through internal policies, external policies, development cooperation and global governance
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11.3 Policy implications for the EU
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REFERENCES
ANNEX
1. Appendix
2. Commissioned Papers
Series Title:European Report on Development ; 2011/12
Author (Corp. Body): Overseas Development Institute, London | European Centre for Development Policy Management | GDI/DIE
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen, Luxemburg
Year: 2012
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-79-23161-2 | 1977-3994 | MN-AB-12-001-EN-C
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: land useenergy industrydevelopment aid policyEUsustainable developmentsocial changeeconomics of water supply and distribution
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relationsSoil management. Land potentialEnergy policy. Power generationPollution control. Environmental technologyWater management
Countries Scheme: Global ResourcesEurope. General Resources
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Title: Évaluation de la coopération de la Commission européenne avec Djibouti : Évaluation de niveau national ; Rapport
final
Title (other): Évaluation de la coopération de l’Union Européenne avec Djibouti : Évaluation de niveau national ; Rapport final ;
Volume 2 - Annexes | Evaluation de la Coopération de l'UE avec la République de Djibouti : "Fiche Contradictoire" ;
Ref. Ares(2013)3464056 | Evaluation de la stratégie de la CE en République de Djibouti : Grille de Qualité du Rapport
Final | Evaluation de la Coopération de la CE avec Djibouti (1996-2010) : Résumé / Summary | Summary in English |
Résumé
Abstract
The principal objective of the evaluation was to analyse the European Union’s (EU) cooperation through the European Commission (EC) with Djibouti for the period of 1996-2010, to highlight the impact of the implemented programmes and to permit the EC to account for the allocated funding. The mandate was extended to all instruments and modalities that could have been used by the EC.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
RÉSUMÉ
SUMMARY IN ENGLISH
1. Introduction
1.1 Les objectifs de l’évaluation
1.2 Les champs de l’évaluation
1.3 Structure de ce rapport
1.4 Méthodologie de l’évaluation
1.5 Contraintes méthodologiques
2. Le contexte de la coopération
2.1 Survol sociopolitique du pays
2.2 Survol du niveau de développement du pays
2.3 Contexte économique du pays
2.4 Contexte de la gouvernance et les Acteurs Non-Étatiques (ANE)
2.5 Le contexte de la gestion des conflits
2.6 Contexte du transport dans le pays
2.7 Contexte de l’eau et de l’assainissement dans Djibouti-Ville
2.8 La stratégie djiboutienne pour la réduction de la pauvreté
2.9 Survol de la coopération internationale avec Djibouti pendant la période
3. La coopération entre Commission européenne et Djibouti
3.1 La coopération en chiffres
3.2 Vue d’ensemble de l’évolution des stratégies des 8ème, 9ème et 10ème FED
4. Les Réponses aux questions évaluatives
4.1 Le choix des Questions évaluatives
4.2 Les réponses aux Questions Évaluatives
Question évaluative 1 : Stratégie de la Commission européenne et besoins du pays
Question évaluative 2 : Programmation et ressources
Question évaluative 3 : Transport et échanges économiques
Question évaluative 4 : Concernant le transport et le développement de l’économie djiboutienne
Question évaluative 5 : L’accès à l’eau potable
Question évaluative 6 : L’assainissement
Question évaluative 7 : Réduction des maladies reliées à l’eau
Question évaluative 8 : La décentralisation
Question évaluative 9 : Les ANE
5. Conclusions
6. Recommandations
Liste des figures
Liste des tableaux
Liste des acronymes
| Volume 2 - Annexes
ANNEXE 1: MATRICE DES ANALYSES DES CRITÈRES DE JUGEMENT
ANNEXE 2 : MÉTHODOLOGIE DÉTAILLÉE
ANNEXE 3 : LISTE DES RÉALISATIONS DE L’ÉQUIPE DE LA DUE À DJIBOUTI EN 2010 ET 2011
ANNEXE 4 : DOCUMENTS CLÉS
ANNEXE 5 : LISTE DES PERSONNES RENCONTRÉES
ANNEXE 6 : PROGRÈS SUR LES OMD AU DJIBOUTI 2009
ANNEXE 7: DIAGRAMME DES EFFETS DU 8ÈME FED
ANNEXE 8 : DIAGRAMME DES EFFETS DU 9ÈME FED
ANNEXE 9 : DIAGRAMME DES EFFETS 10ÈME FED
ANNEXE 10 : INTÉGRATION DES LOGIQUES D’INTERVENTION DES TROIS FED
ANNEXE 11 : INDICATEURS DE DÉVELOPPEMENT HUMAIN - DJIBOUTI
ANNEXE 12 : TERMES DE RÉFÉRENCE DU MANDAT
ANNEXE 13 : CONTEXTES SPÉCIFIQUES DE LA COOPÉRATION DE LA COMMISSION EUROPÉENNE ET DJIBOUTI
ANNEXE 14 : LES STRATÉGIES DE LA COOPÉRATION ENTRE 1996 ET 2010
ANNEXE 15 : RÉPONSE DE LA DÉLÉGATION DE L’UNION EUROPÉENNE CONCERNANT CE RAPPORT FINAL
Liste des acronymes
Author (Corp. Body): ECO Consult
Contributer: African Peace Research Institute, Lagos | Institut de Recherches dApplications des Me?thodes de De?veloppement, Paris | NCG | Arbeitsgemeinschaft Entwicklungspolitischer Gutachter | Euronet
Year: 2012
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Contrat no. EVA 2007/geo-acp | Ref. Ares(2013)3464056
Language: en | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: povertyevaluationDjiboutidevelopment aid policyEUfundingconflict situationcooperation
social policytransportationadministrationeconomics of water supply and distributioneconomy
Subject: Development aid. Aid programmes and aid organizationsEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesDjibouti
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Title: Evaluation of the Commission of the European Union's Co-operation with Dominican Republic : Country Level Evaluation ;
Final Report ; Volume 1
Title (other): Evaluation of the Commission of the European Union's Co-operation with Dominican Republic : Country Level Evaluation ;
Final Report ; Volume 2 Annexes | Fiche Contradictoire : Evaluation of the Commission’s support to the Dominican
Republic (2001-2009) | Quality Grid : Evaluation of the European Commission's Co-operation with the Dominican Republic |
Evaluation of the European Commission's Co-operation with the Dominican Republic : Country Level Evaluation ; EVINFO
Abstract
This evaluation of Commission of the European Union?s (EC) co-operation with the Dominican Republic was carried out in 2010 and 2011. The main objectives of the evaluation were provision of an independent assessment to EC and to the wider public of EC?s past and current co-operation relations with the Dominican Republic and to identify key lessons in order to improve the current and future EC strategies and programmes.The evaluation covers co-operation strategies and implementation including a mix of all activities and modalities during the period 2001-2009, primarily, but not only, the implementation of the European Development Fund (EDF8 & EDF9, and programming of EDF10). During that period EC support co-operation areas included focal sectors (education / health, water & sanitation, governance, macroeconomic support) and non-focal sectors, as well as cross-cutting issues. EDF-based support was provided by the EC for the System of Stabilization of Export Earnings from Mining Products (SYSMIN) via Envelope B and additional funding was provided for emergency actions (through the Humanitarian Aid department of the European Commission - ECHO). A special effort was made to evaluate the contribution of the EC to joint Dominican Republic-Haiti development at both the bi-national and regional levels.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Volume 1
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
MAP OF THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 ORIGIN AND OBJECTIVES OF THE EVALUATION
1.2 SCOPE OF THE EVALUATION
1.2.1 Temporal and mandate scope
1.2.2 Thematic scope
1.3 METHODOLOGY OF THE EVALUATION
1.4 LIMITATIONS
1.5 PURPOSE AND STRUCTURE OF THE DRAFT FINAL REPORT
2 DEVELOPMENT CONTEXT IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
2.1 ECONOMIC CONTEXT
2.2 SOCIAL CONTEXTS
2.2.1 Poverty and Access to Public Services, especially in Education
2.2.2 Gender and Vulnerable Groups
2.2.3 MDGs
2.3 NATURAL DISASTERS AND CLIMATE CHANGE
2.4 ANALYSIS OF DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE (ALL DONORS)
2.5 FRAMEWORK OF EC ASSISTANCE TO THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 2001-2009
3 EVALUATION QUESTIONS AND PRELIMINARY ANSWERS
3.1 EC?S RESPONSE TO STRATEGIC PRIORITIES IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
3.2 THE EC?S CONTRIBUTION TO PRIMARY EDUCATION
3.3 EC?S USE OF GBS TO IMPROVE POVERTY-REDUCTION FOCUS OF GODR
3.4 EC?S CONTRIBUTION TO AN EMPOWERED CIVIL SOCIETY
3.5 EC CONTRIBUTION TOWARD JOINT DEVELOPMENT OF THE DR-HAITI BORDER
3.6 EC?S CONTRIBUTION TO THE IMPROVEMENT OF COMPETITIVENESS OF PRIVATE SECTOR
ANALYSIS
3.7 EC?S CONTRIBUTION TO THE IMPROVEMENT OF SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITY WITHIN MINING SECTOR
3.8 EC?S MANAGEMENT OF ITS MODALITY MIX
4 CONCLUSIONS
4.1 STRATEGIC-LEVEL CONCLUSIONS
4.2 SPECIFIC (SECTOR-RELATED) CONCLUSIONS
5 RECOMMENDATIONS
| 11. LAS CONCLUSIONES Y RESULTADOS DE NIVELES ESTRATÉGICOS
12. NOTES ON THE COMMENTS OF THE MINISTRY OF ECONOMY, PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT
13. PRESENTATION FOR DISSEMINATION SEMINAR
14. TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR EVALUATION MANDATE
| Volume 2
1. EVALUATION MATRICES
1.1. EQ1: TO WHAT EXTENT HAVE EUROPEAN COMMISSION (EC) SUPPORT STRATEGIESREFLECTED THE STRATEGIC PRIORITIES OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC(GODR) AND NEEDS OF THE POOR?
1.2. EQ2: TO WHAT EXTENT HAS THE EC‘S SUPPORT THROUGH SECTOR BUDGET SUPPORT IN THEEDUCATION SECTOR CONTRIBUTED TO IMPROVING THE SECTOR POLICY FRAMEWORK ANDINCREASING THE OPERATIONAL SERVICE DELIVERY LEVELS OF THE PRIMARY EDUCATION SUBSECTOR?
1.3. EQ3: TO WHAT EXTENT HAS THE EC-PROVIDED BUDGET SUPPORT IMPROVED (OR IS LIKELY TOIMPROVE) THE POVERTY-REDUCTION FOCUS OF THE GODR PUBLIC BUDGET?
1.4. EQ4: TO WHAT EXTENT HAVE EC STRATEGIC RESPONSES CONTRIBUTED TO EMPOWERINGCIVIL SOCIETY IN RELATION TO ACTIVE PARTICIPATION IN NATIONAL SOCIAL AND POLICYDEBATES?
1.5. EQ5: TO WHAT EXTENT HAS THE EC CONTRIBUTED TO THE DR AND HAITI ACHIEVING COMMONDEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES?
1.6. EQ 6: TO WHAT EXTENT HAS EC COOPERATION IMPROVED THE ABILITY OF DR PRIVATESECTOR FIRMS TO BE COMPETITIVE IN TERMS OF TRADE, PARTICULARLY BETWEEN THE DR ANDTHE EU MEMBER STATES?
1.7. EQ7: TO WHAT EXTENT HAS THE EC CONTRIBUTED TO ENSURING THAT THE MINING SECTOR‘SSOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS HAVE BEEN MITIGATED?
1.8. EQ 8: TO WHAT EXTENT WAS THE EC AID MODALITY COMBINATION APPROPRIATE TO THENATIONAL CONTEXT AND THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE EC DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY?
2. INVENTORY OF PROJECTS IN THE COUNTRY
3. INTERVENTION LOGICS
4. BIBLIOGRAPHY
5. METHODOLOGY
5.1 OVERALL EVALUATION APPROACH
5.2 TOOLS THAT WERE USED DURING THE DIFFERENT STAGES OF THE EVALUATION
5.3 PERSONS MET OR INTERVIEWED DURING THE EVALUATION
5.4 PROJECT FICHES
5.5 FOCUS GROUP FICHES
6. KEY DATA OF THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
7. DOMINICAN REPUBLIC POLICY FRAMEWORK
8. EC REGIONAL STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES AND PRIORITIES
9. RESULTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE PREVIOUS COUNTRY STRATEGY EVALUATION
10. MINUTES TO THE SEMINAR FROM SEPTEMBER 12TH, 2011 IN SANTO DOMINGO, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Author (Corp. Body): ECO Consult
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | AGEG Consultants e.G., Kirchheim unter Teck | APRI | Euronet | Institut de Recherches dApplications des Me?thodes de De?veloppement, Paris
Year: 2011
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Contract No EVA 2007/geo-acp
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: evaluationeducationDominican Republicdevelopment aid policyEUhealthgovernancecooperation
macroeconomicseconomics of water supply and distribution
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community funds and financial instruments. EIBEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesDominican Republic
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Title: Evaluation de la coopération de l’Union européenne avec le Burkina Faso : Evaluation de niveau national ; Rapport
Final ; Volume 1 – Rapport Principal
Title (other): Evaluation de la coopération de l'Union européenne avec le Burkina Faso : Evaluation de niveau national ; Rapport
Final ; Volume 2 – Annexes | Evaluation de la Coopération de l'UE avec le Burkina Faso : Fiche contradictoire |
Evaluation de la stratégie de la CE au Burkina Faso : Grille de Qualité du Rapport Final | Evaluation de la
Coopération de l 'UE avec le Burkina Faso de 1999 à 2008 : ref. 1275 : EVINFO
Abstract
This report presents the results of the evaluation of the European Union’s cooperation strategy in Burkina Faso between 1999 and 2008. The main objectives of the evaluation are to provide the EU departments concerned and the general public with a global and independent appraisal of past and present EU cooperation with Burkina Faso. The evaluation identifies the main lessons learned from this cooperation with a view to improving the current and future strategies and programmes of the EU.The scope of the evaluation covers the programming and implementation of the 8th and 9th EDFs. Reference is made to the 10th EDF, in order to put the results of the evaluation into perspective in terms of conclusions and operational recommendations.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
RESUME
Summary
1 Introduction
1.1 Cadre, objectif et champ de l’évaluation
1.1.1 Cadre de l’évaluation
1.1.2 Objectif de l’évaluation
1.1.3 Champ de l’évaluation
1.2 Structure du rapport
1.3 Méthodologie de l’évaluation
1.3.1 Phases successives d’évaluation
1.3.2 Schéma de la logique de l’intervention de l’Uni on européenne
1.3.3 Questions d’évaluation, critères de jugement et indicateurs
1.3.4 Processus de collecte et d'analyse des données et démarche de jugement appliquée
1.3.5 Limites du processus de collecte et analyse des données et des jugements
2 CONTEXTE GLOBAL DE LA COOPERATION CE-BURKINA FASO
2.1 Contexte politique, économique, social et culturel
2.2 Politique du Gouvernement
2.2.1 La Stratégie de développement du Burkina Faso
2.2.2 Rapport national sur les OMD
2.3 Aide au développement 1999-2008 et principaux bailleurs
2.4 Stratégie de coopération au développement de l’UE au Burkina Faso
2.4.1 Documents de stratégie pays (DSP) et programme indicatif national (PIN)
2.4.2 Stratégie de Coopération Régionale
2.4.3 La logique générale d’intervention de l’aide programmable des PIN
2.5 Moyens d’aide disponibles et employés pour la mise en œuvre de la stratégie
2.6 Autres interventions communautaires et articulation à l’aide programmable de niveau national
3 REPONSES AUX QUESTIONS EVALUATIVES
3.1 Pertinence
3.1.1 Les interventions de l’aide européenne sont concordantes avec les priorités gouvernementales énoncées dans les documents de programmation (CJ 1.1)
3.1.2 Les bénéficiaires ont été impliqués dans la dé finition des objectifs sectoriels (CJ 1.2)
3.1.3 Réponse à la Question évaluative
3.2 Secteur transports
3.2.1 Les interventions de l’UE (i) ont amélioré l’état des routes du réseau prioritaire sur les axes internationaux et intérieurs, et de ce fait (ii) dimi nué les coûts de transports et les temps de parcours (CJ 2.1)
| 3.2.2 Les interventions de l’Union améliorent la sécurité routière (CJ 2.2)
3.2.3 Les interventions de l’UE ont participé à augmenter les échanges commerciaux nationaux et internationaux (CJ 2.3)
3.2.4 Le dispositif institutionnel promu par les interventions de l’UE a augmenté durablement les capacités des acteurs de l’entretien routier et les ressources financières qui lui sont dédiées (CJ 2.4)
3.2.5 Les interventions de l’UE dans le secteur des transports ont amélioré la visibilité de l’UE auprès des acteurs (CJ 2.5)
3.2.6 Les interventions de l’UE dans le secteur des transports ont amélioré l’accessibilité aux services sociaux (CJ 2.6)
3.2.7 Réponse à la Question évaluative 2
3.3 Appuis macroéconomiques
3.3.1 L’aide budgétaire de l’UE a amélioré la qualité et la quantité du financement extérieur du Burkina Faso (CJ 3.1)
3.3.2 Les interventions en matière d’appui macroéconomique de l’UE ont contribué à l’amélioration de la gestion des finances publiques (CJ 3.2)
3.3.3 L’intervention de l’UE a contribué à l’amélioration des services sociaux de base (CJ 3.3)
3.3.4 Les interventions des partenaires en matière d’aide budgétaire, y compris celles de l’UE, ont contribué à l’amélioration de la stabilité macroéconomique et à la réduction de la pauvreté (CJ 3.4)
3.3.5 Réponse à la Question évaluative 3
3.4 Développement rural et de sécurité alimentaire
3.4.1 Développement rural (CJ 4.1)
3.4.2 La sécurité alimentaire (CJ 4.2)
3.4.3 Réponse à la Question évaluative 4
3.5 Eau et assainissement
3.5.1 L’intervention européenne a permis d’améliorer l’approvisionnement en eau potable et l’accès à l’assainissement des populations défavorisées (CJ 5.1)
3.5.2 L’intervention européenne a permis d’améliorer la situation sanitaire dans les zones d’intervention (CJ 5.2)
3.5.3 Les installations financées sont toujours fonctionnelles (CJ 5.3)
3.5.4 Réponse à la Question évaluative 5
3.6 Culture
| 3.10.2 Les interventions de l’UE sont menées en coordination avec la politique nationale et les interventions des autres PTF (CJ10.2)
3.10.3 Réponse à la Question évaluative 10
3.11 Questions transversales
3.11.1 Les interventions de l’UE ont intégré la dimension environnementale, genre, VIH/SIDA et droit de l’homme (CJ 11.1)
3.11.2 Les interventions de l’UE ont contribué à améliorer le degré et les modalités de prise en compte de ces questions transversales par le gouvernement (CJ 11.2)
3.11.3 Réponse à la Question évaluative 11
4 CONCLUSIONS
4.1 Conclusions générales
4.1.1 La pertinence de l’approche stratégique et des interventions
4.1.2 L’efficacité de l’aide dans les différents secteurs ’intervention
4.1.3 L’efficience des interventions
4.1.4 Les effets (impacts) et la viabilité des interventions
4.2 Conclusions spécifiques (CS) à chaque question d’évaluation
5 RECOMMANDATIONS
5.1 Recommandations de portée générale
5.2 Recommandations spécifiques concernant les interventions dans le secteur des transports et infrastructures routières
5.3 Recommandations spécifiques concernant l’appui budgétaire
5.4 Recommandations spécifiques ayant trait aux interventions dans le secteur du développement rural et de la sécurité alimentaire
5.5 Recommandations spécifiques ayant trait aux interventions dans le secteur eau et assainissement
5.6 Recommandations spécifiques concernant les interventions dans le secteur « Culture »
5.7Recommandations spécifiques concernant les interventions dans le secteur privé
| 3.6.1 Le nombre d’acteurs non étatiques appuyé (nouveaux ou existants) est significatif (CJ 6.1)
3.6.2 Les acteurs non étatiques appuyés sont viables et peuvent exercer leur influence de manière durable + impact sur l'économie et l'emploi (CJ 6.2)
3.6.3 Réponse à la Question évaluative 6
3.7 Secteur privé et intégration régionale
3.7.1 Le secteur privé est renforcé et constitue un réel moteur du développement économique (CJ 7.1)
3.7.2 Améliorations constatées en matière législative (CJ 7.2)
3.7.3 Un secteur productif plus compétitif à l’international (CJ 7.3)
3.7.4 Réponse à la Question évaluative 7
3.8 Efficience
3.8.1 Pour les différents outils utilisés, les décisions prises , les moyens mis en place et les résultats obtenus sont effectifs dans des délais raisonnables et correspondant aux besoins des bénéficiaires (CJ 8.1)
3.8.2 Adéquation des ressources utilisées par rapport aux résultats obtenus, pour les différents instruments utilisés (analyse comparative des différents outils financiers) (CJ 8.2)
3.8.3 Réponse à la Question évaluative 8
3.9 Bonne gouvernance
3.9.1 La perception du pays est bonne (CJ 9.1)
3.9.2 L’Union européenne participe activement au renforcement des capacités nationales (CJ 9.2)
3.9.3 Les interventions de l’Union européenne en matière de renforcement des capacités sont efficaces et une amélioration est constatée dans les performances des organisations touchées (CJ 9.3)
3.9.4 Les interventions de l’Union européenne ont contribué à une meilleure gouvernance sectorielle (CJ 9.4)
3.9.5 Réponse à la Question évaluative 9
3.10 Cohérence, complémentarité et coordination (3C)
3.10.1 Les effets attendus des interventions de l’Union européenne sont complémentaires et additionnels aux effets des interventions des autres PTF dont les interventions des Etats membres. (CJ10.1)
| Volume II
ANNEXE 1 TERMES DE RÉFÉRENCES
ANNEXE 2 LOGIQUE D’INTERVENTION ET STRATÉGIE DE LA CE ET PRÉSENTATIONS SECTORIELLES
ANNEXE 2.1 DOCUMENTS DE POLITIQUE EUROPEENNE POUR LA COOPERATION AU DEVELOPPEMENT
ANNEXE 2.2 LOGIQUE D’INTERVENTION DE LA CE AU BURKINA FASO
ANNEXE 2.3 DONNEES QUANTITATIVES COMPLEMENTAIRES SUR LA COOPERATION CE – BURKINA FASO
ANNEXE 2.4 STRATEGIE MISE EN ŒUVRE PAR MACRO-SECTEUR/THEME DU DSP
1. INFRASTRUCTURES ET TRANSPORTS
2. DEVELOPPEMENT RURAL ET SECURITE ALIMENTAIRE
3. EAU ET ASSAINISSEMENT
ANNEXE 3 INVENTAIRE DES PROJETS ET PROGRAMMES AU BURKINA FASO
1. INVENTAIRE 7E FED(À PARTIR DE 1999)
2. INVENTAIRE 8E FED
3. INVENTAIRE 9E FED
4. INVENTAIRE 10E FED
5. LIGNES BUDGETAIRES
ANNEXE 4 MÉTHODOLOGIE DE L’ÉVALUATION
ANNEXE 4.1 PHASES SUCCESSIVES D’EVALUATION
ANNEXE 4.2 DU SCHEMA DE LA LOGIQUE DE L’INTERVENTION DE LA CE AUX QUESTIONS D’EVALUATION ET CRITERES DE JUGEMENT
ANNEXE 4.3 PROCESSUS DE COLLECTE ET D'ANALYSE DES DONNEES ET DEMARCHE DE JUGEMENT APPLIQUE
1. METHODES DE COLLECTE DE DONNEES
2. METHODES D’ANALYSE DES DONNEES
3. DEMARCHE DE JUGEMENT
4. LIMITES DU PROCESSUS DE COLLECTE ET ANALYSE DES DONNEES ET DES JUGEMENTS
ANNEXE 4.4 APERÇU GLOBAL DES QUESTIONS EVALUATIVES, CRITERES DE JUGEMENT ET INDICATEURS UTILISES ET DES METHODES EMPLOYEES
1. PERTINENCE
2. TRANSPORTS
3. APPUI MACROECONOMIQUE
4. DEVELOPPEMENT RURAL ET SECURITE ALIMENTAIRE
5. EAU ET ASSAINISSEMENT
6. CULTURE
7. SECTEUR PRIVE
8. EFFICIENCE
9. GOUVERNANCE
10. 3C
11. QUESTIONS TRANSVERSALES
| ANNEXE 5 MATRICE D’EVALUATION
ANNEXE 5.1 PERTINENCE
ANNEXE 5.2 SECTEUR TRANSPORTS
ANNEXE 5.3 APPUIS MACROECONOMIQUES
ANNEXE 5.4 DEVELOPPEMENT RURAL ET DE SECURITE ALIMENTAIRE
ANNEXE 5.5 EAU ET ASSAINISSEMENT
ANNEXE 5.6 CULTURE
ANNEXE 5.7 SECTEUR PRIVE ET INTEGRATION REGIONALE
ANNEXE 5.8 EFFICIENCE
ANNEXE 5.9 BONNE GOUVERNANCE
ANNEXE 5.10 COHERENCE, COMPLEMENTARITE ET COORDINATION (3C)
ANNEXE 5.11 QUESTIONS TRANSVERSALES
ANNEXE 6 FICHES D’ÉVALUATION DE PROGRAMMES/PROJETS
ANNEXE 7 INDICATEURS DE SUIVI DE L’AIDE BUDGÉTAIRE
ANNEXE 8 DONNÉES ÉCONOMIQUES ET SOCIALES DU PAYS
ANNEXE 8.1 SITUATION POLITIQUE, ECONOMIQUE ET SOCIALE DU PAYS
ANNEXE 8.2 DONNEES STATISTIQUES DU PAYS
ANNEXE 9 BAILLEURS ET APD AU BURKINA FASO
ANNEXE 10 BIBLIOGRAPHIE
ANNEXE 11 LISTE DES PERSONNES RENCONTRÉES
ANNEXE 12 CALENDRIER DE LA MISSION DE TERRAIN
ANNEXE 13 COMPTES RENDUS DES « FOCUS GROUPS »
ANNEXE 13.1 FOCUS GROUP SUR L’AIDE BUDGETAIRE DE LA CE
ANNEXE 13.2 FOCUS GROUP DANS LE SECTEUR DE LA CULTURE
ANNEXE 13.3 REUNION AVEC LES ACTEURS DU PRCE
ANNEXE 13.4 REUNION AVEC LE COMITE DE COORDINATION DU PROGRAMME QUALITE
Author: Adolehoume, Amakoe
Contributer: ECO Consult
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Auswärtige Beziehungen | Arbeitsgemeinschaft Entwicklungspolitischer Gutachter | APRI |
Year: 2010
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Language: fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: evaluationBurkina Fasodevelopment aidEUcooperationculturerural developmentmacroeconomics
foodprivate sectorregional integrationrelevancetrafficadministrationeconomics of water supply and distribution
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesBurkina Faso
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Title: Joint Evaluation of the Cooperation of the European Commission, Belgium, Denmark, France and Luxembourg with Niger
between 2000 - 2008 : Final report ; Volume 1 – Main report ; Second revised edition
Title (other): Evaluation conjointe de la cooperation de la Commission Europeenne, de la Belgique, du Danemark, de la France et du
Luxembourg avec le Niger 2000-2008 : Rapport final ; Volume 2 - Annexes | Annexe 3 – Logiques d'intervention |
Evaluation conjointe de la cooperation de la Commission Europeenne, de la Belgique, du Danemark, de la France et du
Luxembourg avec le Niger 2000-2008 : Rapport final ; Annexe 7 - Rapports sectoriels et thématiques | Evaluation
conjointe de la cooperation de la Commission Europeenne, de la Belgique, du Danemark, de la France et du Luxembourg avec
le Niger 2000-2008 : Rapport final ; Volume 1 – Rapport principal | Evaluation conjointe de la coopération de la
Commission européenne, de la Belgique, du Danemark, de la France et du Luxembourg avec le Niger - 2000 à 2008 : Ref.
1278 ; EVINFO
Abstract
In 2007, five donors (European Commission, Belgium, Denmark, France and Luxembourg) decided to work together to evaluate their cooperation with Niger over the 2000-2008 period. Together, the five Donors taking part in the evaluation (DPE) accounted for more than half the Official Development Assistance (ODA) delivered to Niger over the period.Because it is a joint evaluation, specific aspects had to be taken into account: the aim was not to assess the individual performance of each DPE but to analyse the conception, implementation and effects of their joint action. Two analytical frameworks have been used to achieve this:An analysis of the implementation of the Paris Declaration Commitments, focusing on the cooperation process, and the relationship between the aid partners in particular (DPE-Government on the one hand, between DPEs on the other).The evaluation criteria of the Development Assistance Committee (DAC), which help assess the collective performance of DPEs by analysing their aims, resources, achievements, results and impacts.The evaluation is structured on the basis of these two analysis frameworks. It deals with the strategic cooperation frameworks between each DPE and the Government of Niger, as well as their priorities and interventions in a selection of sectors (rural development, water and sanitation, transport, culture, craft industry, health, education and training, macroeconomic support), taking into account cross-cutting issues (regional development, environment, gender issues, demographics and youth issues). The evaluation is also based on an extensive document review, field visits to selected sites in Niger, and on a survey about the perception of development aid in Niger, led concomitantly by the Laboratory for the Study and Research on Social Dynamics and Local Development (LASDEL). [Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
LIST OF ACRONYMS
SUMMARY
1. MANDATE OF THE EVALUATION
1.1. A joint evaluation
1.2. Scope of evaluation1.3. Evaluation monitoring
1.4. Parallel perception survey by LASDEL
2. METHODOLOGY
2.1. Strengths of the evaluation
2.2. Weaknesses of the evaluation
3. DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES IN NIGER
3.1. Geography and climate
3.1.1. A vast, land-locked country bordered by Nigeria
3.1.2. A harsh, instable and deteriorating agro-climatic context
3.2. Population and poverty
3.2.1. One of the highest population growth rates in the world
3.2.2. Chronic food insecurity
3.2.3. One of the poorest populations in the world, facing a worsening situation
3.2.4. Rural economy in permanent crisis
3.2.5. Mining products, an asset which is still not used to its full potential
3.2.6. A very low level of education
3.2.7. Less developed migration trends than in some other Sahelian countries
3.2.8. Niger belongs to a solid monetary area... Is it too solid?
3.2.9. Close economic integration with Nigeria and other coastal countries
3.2.10. Economic integration hindered by an insufficient transport network
3.3. The Nigerien State
3.3.1. The political stability experienced during the period of evaluation has recently been undermined
3.3.2. A decentralisation process which is still in its early stages and not very advanced
3.3.3. A better controlled State budget, but which still depends a lot on foreign aid
3.3.4. More formal policies
3.4. SWOT analysis
4. GOVERNMENT STRATEGIES AND DPE RESPONSES
4.1. Niger’s Poverty Reduction Strategy, a framework to adapt to development challenges
4.2. General strategies of the DPEs with Niger
4.2.1. Belgium
4.2.2. European Commission
4.2.3. France
4.2.4. Denmark
4.2.5. Luxembourg
4.3. Financial commitments of the DPEs in Niger
4.3.1. Weight of aid granted by DPEs in Niger
4.3.2. Regional distribution of aid by the DPEs in Niger
| 4.3.3. Sectoral distribution of aid by the DPEs in Niger
5. ANALYSIS
5.1. An approach based on 11 evaluation questions
5.2. Two complementary analysis frameworks
5.3. First analysis framework: Implementation of the Paris Declaration Commitments
5.3.1. Paris Declaration: implied hypotheses
5.3.2. The concept of cooperation area
5.3.3. The cooperation cycle
5.3.4. What deductions can be made regarding the Paris Declaration Commitments?
5.4. Second analysis framework: the DAC evaluation criteria
5.4.1. Relevance
5.4.2. Coherence
5.4.3. Effectiveness
5.4.4. Impact
5.4.5. Sustainability
5.4.6. Efficiency
6. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
| Volume II: Annexes
ANNEXE 1. TERMES DE RÉFÉRENCE
ANNEXE 2. METHODOLOGIE ET CONCEPTS
ANNEXE 3. LOGIQUES D’INTERVENTION
ANNEXE 4. LES ENJEUX DE DEVELOPPEMENT DU NIGER
ANNEXE 5. ENGAGEMENTS FINANCIERS DES DPE AU NIGER : ANALYSE SECTORIELLE ET REGIONALE
ANNEXE 6. AUTRES COOPERATIONS SIGNIFICATIVES AU NIGER
ANNEXE 7. RAPPORTS SECTORIELS
ANNEXE 8. REPONSE AUX QUESTIONS D’EVALUATION
ANNEXE 9. FOCUS GROUPS ORGANISES DANS LE CADRE DE LA MISSION DE TERRAIN
ANNEXE 10. BIBLIOGRAPHIE
ANNEXE 11. MEMBRE DE L’EQUIPE DE CONSULTANTS ET DU COMITE DE GESTION
Author (Corp. Body): Société d’Etudes et d’Evaluation sarl
Contributer: Europäische Kommission | Belgien | Dänemark | Frankreich | Luxembourg | baastel | Institut de Recherches dApplications des Me?thodes de De?veloppement, Paris | Dnet Consult
Year: 2010
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Ref. 1278
Language: en | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: trainingBelgiumevaluationeducationDenmarkdemographydevelopment aidEU
European CommissionFrancegender mainstreaminghealth policyhandicraft tradeyouth policycooperationculturerural developmentLuxembourg
macroeconomicsNigerenvironmental policytrafficeconomics of water supply and distribution
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesDenmarkBelgiumFranceLuxembourgNiger
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Title: Country Level Evaluation Nigeria : Final Report ; Volume I: Main Report
Title (other): Country Level Evaluation Nigeria : Final Report ; Volume II: Annexes | Fiche Contradictoire : Evaluation of the European
Commission's cooperation with Nigeria (Country level evaluation) | Quality Grid : Evaluation of the European
Commission's support to Nigeria ; Final report | Evaluation of the Commission’s support to Nigeria : Ref. 1276 ; EVINFO
| Country Level Evaluation Nigeria : Final Report ; Executive Summary
Abstract
This report covers the evaluation of the cooperation strategy of the EC with the Federal Republic of Nigeria and its implementation in relation to the Country Strategies and National Indicative Programmes of the 7th and 9th European Development Funds(EDF) as well as to contributions from thematic budget lines and other cooperation instruments.The main objectives of this evaluation are: To provide the external cooperation Services of the EC and the wider public with an overall independent assessment of the Commission’s past and current cooperation programme with Nigeria;To identify key lessons learned from the past cooperation with Nigeria with a view to improving the current and future strategies and programmes of the Commission.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Executive Summary
1 Introduction
1.1 Objectives and Scope of the Evaluation
1.2 Evaluation Methodology
1.2.1 Overall Evaluation Procedure
1.2.2 Methodology of the Desk Study
1.2.3 Field Study Methodology
1.2.4 Data Collection Methods and Tools
1.2.5 Limitations of the Evaluation and team response
1.2.6 Relations between desk study and field study
1.3 Report Structure
2 Context of the Evaluation
2.1 Overview of Development Cooperation with Nigeria
2.2 EC Cooperation with Nigeria
2.2.1 Objectives
2.2.2 Approach
2.2.3 Choice of Focal States and Focal Sectors
2.2.4 Funding allocation
3 Answers to the Evaluation Questions
3.1 EQ 1: Strategy Relevance & Design
3.1.1 Background
3.1.2 Findings
3.1.3 Overall Answer to the EQ
3.2 EQ 2: Efficiency
3.2.1 Background
3.2.2 Findings
3.2.3 Overall Answer to the EQ
3.3 EQ 3 Focal Sector 1: Water Supply and Sanitation
3.3.1 Background
3.3.2 Findings
3.3.3 Overall Answer to the EQ
3.4 EQ 4 Focus Sector 2: Institutional and Economic Reform
3.4.1 Background
3.4.2 Findings
3.4.3 Overall Answer to the EQ
3.5 EQ 5 Immunisation
3.5.1 Background
3.5.2 Findings
3.5.3 Overall Answer to the EQ
3.6 EQ 6 Democracy & Rule of Law
3.6.1 Background
3.6.2 Findings
3.6.3 Overall Answer to the EQ
3.7 EQ 7 Regional Integration
3.7.1 Background
3.7.2 Findings
3.7.3 Overall Answer to the EQ
3.8 EQ 8 Civil Society Strengthening
3.8.1 Background
3.8.2 Findings
3.8.3 Overall Answer to the EQ
3.9 EQ 9 Micro projects
3.9.1 Background
3.9.2 Findings
3.9.3 Overall Answer to the EQ
3.10 EQ 10 “3Cs”
3.10.1 Background
3.10.2 Findings
3.10.3 Overall Answer to the EQ
4 Conclusions
4.1 Principal Conclusions
4.2 Further Conclusions
5 Recommendations
5.1 Principal Recommendations
5.2 General Operational Recommendations
5.3 Sector Specific Recommendations
5.4 Recommendation related to regional integration
| 5.4 Recommendation related to regional integration
Volume II
ANNEX 1 Terms of Reference
ANNEX 2 The Nigeria background
ANNEX 3 The EC Cooperation with Nigeria
ANNEX 4 Evaluation Methodology
ANNEX 5 Information Matrix
ANNEX 6 List of Persons/ Institutions Met
ANNEX 7 Mission Calendar
ANNEX 8 Focus Group Minutes
ANNEX 9 Bibliography
ANNEX 10 Inventory of EC-Projects/Programmes in Nigeria
ANNEX 11 Powerpoint Presentation
ANNEX 12 Minutes of the seminar in Abuja
Author (Corp. Body): ECO Consult
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Amt für Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung, Information | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Außenbeziehungen | AGEG | APRI | Euronet | Ins
Year: 2010
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: Contract No EVA 2007/geo-acp | Ref. 1276
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: impactevaluationdemocratizationdevelopment aidEUEuropean Commissionfinancial assistancehealth policy
Nigeriaplanningconstitutional stateregional integrationeconomics of water supply and distributionindustrial reformcivil society
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community funds and financial instruments. EIBEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesNigeria
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Title: Evaluation conjointe de la cooperation de la Commission Europeenne et de la cooperation de l'Espagne avec le Senegal :
Evaluation de Niveau national ; Rapport Final ; Volume 1 Rapport Principal
Title (other): Evaluation conjointe de la cooperation de la Commission Europeenne et de la cooperation de l'Espagne avec le Senegal :
Evaluation de Niveau national ; Rapport Final ; Volume 2 Annexes: Tome 1 | Evaluation conjointe de la cooperation de la
Commission Europeenne et de la cooperation de l'Espagne avec le Senegal : Evaluation de Niveau national ; Rapport Final
; Volume 2 Annexes: Tome 2 | Joint Evaluation on the Co - operation of the European Commission and Spain with Senegal :
Fiche contradictoire | Evaluation de la coopération de la Commission européenne avec le Sénégal : Observations et
grille de jugement relatives à la qualité du rapport final | Evaluation conjointe de la coopération de la Commission
Européenne et de la coopération de l' Espagne avec le Sénégal : ref. 1284 ; EVINFO
Abstract
Ce rapport présente les résultats de l’évaluation conjointe réalisée par la Commission Européenne (CE) et l’Espagne sur leurs coopérations respectives avec le Sénégal. Les principaux objectifs de l’évaluation sont defournir aux services concernés ainsi qu’au grand public une appréciation indépendante de la coopération passée et présente avec le Sénégal et detirer les enseignements de cette coopération en vue d’améliorer les stratégies et programmes actuels et futurs de la Commission et de l’Espagne. L’évaluation porte sur les stratégies de coopération avec le Sénégal et leur mise en œuvre au cours de la période 1996-2008.[Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
1 Introduction
1.1. Cadre, objectif et champ de l’évaluation
1.2. Méthodologie de l’évaluation
1.2.1. Phases successives de l’évaluation
1.2.2. Diagrammes de la logique d’intervention de la CE et de l’Espagne
1.2.3. Questions d’évaluation, critères de jugement et indicateurs
1.2.4. Processus de collecte et d’analyse des données
1.2.5. Limites de l’évaluation
1.3. Structure du rapport
2. Les coopérations de la CE et de l’Espagne au Sénégal
2.1. Le contexte du Sénégal
2.2. Politiques et priorités du Gouvernement
2.3. Aide au développement 1996-2008 et principaux PTF
2.4. Stratégie et réalisations de la Coopération de la CE au Sénégal
2.5. Stratégie et réalisations de la Coopération espagnole au Sénégal
3. Réponses aux questions d’évaluation
3.1. Pertinence
3.2. Cohérence
3.3. Développement économique et intégration régionale
3.4. Transports
3.5. Appui macro-économique
3.6. Eau et Assainissement
3.7. Renforcement des Acteurs Non Etatiques
3.8. Casamance
3.9. Efficience
3.10.Les « 3 C »
4. Conclusions
4.1. Pertinence des stratégies-pays
4.2. Appui aux politiques sectorielles
4.3. Aspects opérationnels
4.4. Complémentarités et synergies entre les deux coopérations
5. Recommandations
5.1. Recommandations générales sur les stratégies de coopération
5.2. Recommandation dans le domaine du développement économique
5.3. Recommandations sur l’aide budgétaire
5.4. Recommandations sur le secteur des transports
5.5. Recommandations sur l’eau et l’assainissement
5.6. Recommandation dans le domaine des Acteurs Non Etatiques
5.7. Recommandation dans le domaine du développement régional de la Casamance
| Tome 1
Annexe 1: Matrice par question d’évaluation
QE 1: Pertinence des stratégies de coopération
QE 2: Cohérence interne des stratégies de coopération
QE 3: Développement économique et Intégration régionale
QE 4: Transports
QE 5: Appui macro-économique
QE 6: Eau et Assainissement
QE 7: Acteurs Non Etatiques
QE 8: Casamance
QE 9: Efficience des stratégies de coopération
QE 10 Les « 3c »
Tome 2
Annexe 2: Termes de référence
Annexe 3: Méthodologie d’évaluation
3.1. Phases successives d’évaluation
3.2. Du schéma de la logique d’intervention de la CE et de l’Espagne aux questions d’évaluation et critères de jugement
3.3. Processus de collecte et d’analyse des données et démarche de jugement appliquée
3.3.1. Méthodes de collecte des données
3.3.2. Méthode d’analyse des données
3.3.3. Démarche de jugement
3.4. Limites du processus de collecte et analyse des données et des jugements
3.5. Aperçu global des questions d’évaluation, critères de jugement et indicateurs utilisés et des méthodes employées
Annexe 4: Inventaire des projets et programmes de la coopération de la CE et de la coopération de l’Espagne au Sénégal
Inventaire des projets/programmes de la Commission Européenne au Sénégal
Inventaire des projets/programmes de la Coopération Espagnole au Sénégal
Annexe 5 : Données complémentaires, logique d’intervention
5.1 Logique d’intervention
5.1.1. La logique d’intervention du 8ème FED
5.1.2. La logique d’intervention du 9ème FED
5.1.3. La logique d’intervention du Document Stratégie Pays 2005-2008
| Annexe 6: Fiches Interventions
Appui Budgétaire à la stratégie de réduction de la pauvreté (ABSRP)
Assainissement des centres secondaires – phase I eaux pluviales
...
Annexe 7: Bibliographie consultée
Annexe 8: Liste des personnes rencontrées
Annexe 9: Comptes-rendus des Focus Group
Focus Group Approche territoriale locale en Casamance
Focus Group Acteurs Non Etatiques
Focus Group Eau et Assainissement
Focus Group Transport
Focus Group changements structurels dans l’agriculture et le monde rural au Sénégal
Annexe 10: Diaporama de synthès
Author (Corp. Body): Eco Consult
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Amt für Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Entwicklung, Information | Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Außenbeziehungen | Espan?a / Ministerio de Asu
Year: 2010
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Language: fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: evaluationdevelopment aidEUEuropean Commissioncooperationmacroeconomicsnon-governmental organizationregional development
SenegalSpaintransportationeconomics of water supply and distributioneconomic development (on national level)
Subject: Aid programmesEuropean Community funds and other financial instrumentsEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesSpainSenegal
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