The main objective of Peer Reviews is to encourage positive change, support mutual learning and raise the overall effectiveness of aid throughout the donor community. Often this goal is attained.
Overview of the Network's Work on evaluating conflict prevention and peacebuilding
Overview of the Network's Current Work on evaluating conflict prevention and peacebuilding
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Terms of reference - Strategic Review of Human Resource Management in UNICEF
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This report aims to build understanding of joint evaluations: what we mean by the term, what the benefits and challenges are, and how the benefits can be maximised and the challenges minimised or overcome. The report also puts forward long-term and strategic recommendations on joint evaluations.
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Summary Record of the third meeting of the DAC Network on Development Evaluation, 2 - 3 June 2005
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Evaluation systems and use: Developing an assessment tool for DAC Peer Reviews Revised. This document has been updated following comments by Network members at the third meeting of the DAC Network on Development Evaluation 2 - 3 June 2005.
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Review of Gender and Evaluation
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The Development Assistance Committee of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development adopted orientations on participatory development and good governance at its High Level Meeting in December 1993. The preamble to those orientations described them as "a work in progress". Such a characterisation could also be applied to any of the other DAC principles and guidelines. However, it was considered especially appropriate for
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In response to its general mandate to strengthen the volume and developmental effectiveness of aid, the DAC has drawn up a series of policy principles addressing key areas of aid programming and management including Project Appraisal, Programme Assistance and Technical Co-operation. Aid evaluation plays an essential role in the efforts to enhance the quality of development co-operation. The following set of principles state the views