30 years of Bhutanese-Danish Partnership
The purpose of the present analysis is to summarize key qualitative and quantitative features and lessons learned from Project Completion Reports (PCRs) that were received by the Quality Assurance Department (KVA) in final versions and up-loaded to the Project Data Base (PDB) in 2009, 2010 and 2011.
This study is part of a broader evaluation of donor support to PFM reforms in developing countries.
The objective of the assessment was to assess the experience gained and lessons learned with respect to the use of follow-up studies as far as approach/methodology, outcome and usefulness is concerned.
Peer reviews of evaluation functions in multilateral organizations are conducted in order to establish the credibility of the evaluation functions and to provide inputs for further improvement in the way evaluations are conducted and used.
The objectives of this study are to summarize key features and lessons learned from Programme and Project Completion reports up-loaded in 2007 and 2008, provide an overview of key issues raised in the PCRs which may warrant follow-up by Ministry of Foreign Affairs/Danida and to recommend further adjustments to the PCR-system used by the MFA.
This study was carried out in preparation for the planned evaluation of the impact of Danida support to rural transport infrastructure in Nicaragua.
This is a mapping of the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) practices among Danish NGOs.
The Report “Overview and Synthesis of Road Sector Evaluations” covers evaluations and other supporting studies from 1997 to 2007.
For all bilateral projects and support programmes funded by Danida in both programme and non-programme countries a completion report (PCR) must be prepared upon the end of the support period. Various formats have been utilised, but from 1 January 2006 a simpler and more results-oriented format has been introduced.
In 2002 COWI carried out an evaluation of Danish support to Vocational Education and Training (VET) in 23 countries. Among other things, the evaluation found a considerable gap between Danish policies on poverty reduction and gender equity on the one hand and the actual implementation and effects of Danish support to vocational education and training on the other hand.
The present follow-up study is a follow-up on the country programme evaluation of Danish assistance to Bangladesh.
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