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2012/04 Danish support to statebuilding and improved livelihoods in Afghanistan

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PublisherEvaluation Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs/Danida, Denmark
AuthorAnne Thomson, James Fennel and Craig Matheson, Oxford Policy Management

The purpose of this Evaluation Study is to provide an assessment of Danish development assistance to statebuilding and livelihoods in Afghanistan from 2001-10.

The study examines the extent to which development assistance has been compliant with commitments made by development partners over the past decade: The Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness, the Principles for Good International Engagement in Fragile States and Situations, the Accra Agenda for Action and the Dili Declaration on Peacebuilding and Statebuilding. The assessment also addresses the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, and sustainability of interventions supported in the two sectors and the coherence, complementarity and coverage of Denmark’s aid programme, where appropriate. The evaluation study is grounded in an understanding of the strategic planning undertaken by Denmark and the wider development community, and the political and developmental imperatives facing Afghanistan during this period.

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