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Evaluation study – Danish development cooperation with Bolivia, Mozambique, Nepal and Vietnam

An analysis across four country evaluations, May 2018

Summary

In 2015, Denmark decided to phase out its programmes of bilateral assistance in Bolivia, Mozambique and Nepal. Evaluations of the Danish support to each country were published in late 2017 and early 2018.

In 2017, the Evaluation Department also published an evaluation of the transition of the Danish-Vietnamese partnership from development cooperation to a comprehensive partnership agreement in 2013.

This study provides an analysis of main issues emanating from the four country evaluations to stimulate discussions as to what works in which contexts and under what circumstances. Moreover, the study provides lessons learned to inform the development of country programming in the future.

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Table of Contents

List of Abbreviations

Introduction and background

Approach and methodology

Analysis of fields of intervention

Findings from across the four evaluations and five fields of interventions

Reflections for Future Danish partnerships for development

References

Appendix One Terms of Reference

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark
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DK-1448 Copenhagen K
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Fax: +45 35 44 62 01
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