This report contains the findings and recommendations of an Interim Evaluation of the three-year Latin America Regional Assistance Plan (RAP) whose implementation began in the early months of 2005. The evaluation is based on field visits to Washington, DC, and the regional offices of DFID carried out in late 2006, as well as documentary analysis and interviews undertaken previously in London.
El Plan de Apoyo Regional para América Latina de DFID establece la forma en que DFID pretende trabajar con otros socios, en los próximos tres años hasta el 2006/07, para ayudar a reducir la pobreza en América Latina.
One of a series of 14 country studies looking at how to maximise poverty reduction and how to increase the participation of the poor in growth processes. Part of a joint work programme with the French and German donor agencies and the World Bank
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This Regional Assistance Plan (RAP)sets the framework for DFID's involvement in Latin America over the three years up to 2006/07.
Los Planes de Apoyo Regional establecen el marco general para la forma en que DFID pretende contribuir
al logro de las Metas de Desarrollo del Milenio en una región específica del mundo.
This report presents the results of the Joint Evaluation of External Support to Basic Education in
Developing Countries (Joint Evaluation) commissioned in February 2002 by a consortium of 13 support agencies with the participation of four developing countries. Representatives from Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Uganda and Zambia joined representatives of the 13 support agencies to form an Evaluation Steering Committee (ESC). The ESC met at important points in the evaluation cycle and served as the ultimate decision-making body for the evaluation.
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Country Strategy Papers (CSPs) are prepared for all countries where we provide development assistance programmes, and are normally produced every three years. CSPs set out how we aim to contribute to achieving the international development targets in the country in question. Progress will be assessed against the strategic objectives set out in Section D of the paper. In preparing CSPs, we consult closely with governments, business, civil society, and others within both the partner country and the UK.
Bolivia is the poorest country in South America. The Government of Bolivia has made the fight against poverty one of its key objectives. But it faces considerable challenges
in delivering concrete results.
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