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Evaluering

Synthesis Study on Best Practices and Innovative Approaches to Capacity Development in Low-Income African Countries

The study is to focus on the delivery of public goods and services in five sectors: health, education, water, sanitation, and electricity. This report presents the main findings and conclusions from the study. The main purposes of the synthesis study are to: Draw lessons from existing evaluation reports and other studies focusing on good and innovative modes of assistance to capacity development in low-income countries; Indicate knowledge gaps regarding the effectiveness of these interventions; Propose a framework for how the impact of these innovative modes of capacity development intervention could be assessed with a view to distilling lessons for better practices; Develop a conceptual framework that will form the basis for a possible in-depth evaluation. The planned evaluation should be seen to feed into the DAC efforts to extend harmonization and aid effectiveness into the area of capacity development.

Publisert

2009

Eier

NORAD

Utfører

Scanteam

Forfattere

Arne Disch, Karstein Haarberg, Adom Baisie Ghartey og Bjørn Lunøe

Språk

engelsk

ISBN

9788275483216