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The Evaluation of the Paris Declaration.
Phase 2.
Final Report.
″This Evaluation Report provides a credible basis for a constructive discussion in respect of the reforms to Aid Management by both Partner Countries and Development Partners in accordance with the Principles enunciated in the Paris Declaration and the Accra Agenda. The extensive country evaluations based on multiple sources of evidence and techniques, and carried out in diverse and complex country contexts admirably succeed in testing the operational commitment of the relevant actors responsible for ensuring improved Aid Effectiveness, and identifies clear and useful norms of good practice to inform future action and the way forward, in terms of what works and what does not work. An important conclusion of the Report is the realization that successful Aid Reform can only be achieved through a long-term campaign driven by political commitment rather than technocratic fixes. It should be stressed at the same time that this should not offer justification for the slow pace of change registered to date. There is need in this regard to develop robust criteria for constant monitoring of progress.″
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
audit statement
note on terminology
executive Summary

1. introduction: the purpose and scope of this report
1.1 Brief background: the Paris declaration and Accra agenda for action
1.2 approach, methodology and limitations of the evaluation
developing the methodology
approach and methodology
evaluation framework and matrix
independence and integrity

2. the declaration in context
2.1 core evaluation question 1
2.2 interpreting and applying the declaration
2.3 relevance and key influences
putting aid itself in context
distinctive fuatures in middle income contries
key factors in most partner countries
distinctive features of aid in fragile situations and humanitarian relief
2.4 overall findings around contexts

3. findings on contributors in aid effectiveness
3.1 core evaluation question 2
3.2 overall findings under the question
3.3 the approaches used
3.4 contry ownership over development
I. stronger national strategies and operational frameworks
II. increased alignment of aid with partner contries` priorities, systems and procedures, help to strengthen capacities
III. defined measures, standards of performance and accountability of partner country systems
3.5 building more inclusive and effective partnerships for development
IV. less duplication of efforts and retionalised, more cost-effective donor activities
V. reformed and simplifed donor policies and procedures, more collaborative behaviour
VI. more predictable and muliti-year commitments on aid flowsd to committed partner countries
VII. sufficient delegation of authority to donors` field staff, and adequate attention to incentives for effective partnerships between donors and partner countries
VIII. sufficient integration of global programmes and initatives into partner countries` broader developments agendas
IX. stronger partner countries` capacities to plan, manage and implement results-driven national strategies
3.6 delivering and accounting for developments results
X. a) enhanced respective accountability of countries and donors to citizens and parliaments
X. b) progress towards commitments in the Accra agenda for action on transparency and accountability for development results
XI. less corruption and more transparency, strengthening public support and supporting effective resource mobilisation and allocation
3.7 Summary points on the findings on aid effectiveness
efficiency of aid delivery
management and use of aid
promoting better partnerships

4. findings on contributions to development results
4.1 core evaluation question 3
4.2 overall findings under this question
4.3 specific findings
developments outcomes
reaching the poorest
building capacity
aid modalities

5. conclusions
5.1 relevance
5.2 principles
5.3 achievements
5.4 burdens
5.5 value
5.6 implications
5.7 key areas identified for work beyond the evaluation

6. main recommendations
6.1 to policymakers in bouth partner countroes and donor countries and agencies
6.2 to policymakers in partner countries
6.3 to policymakers in donor countries
6.4 concluding message

figure 1. sources of the Paris declaration on aid effectiveness
figure 2. the programme theory
figure 3. the context for implementing the Paris declaration: complex pathways to change
figure 4. main components of the evaluation
figure 5. aggregated progress - range of performance against each intended outcome

table 1. characteristics of partner countries participating in the phase 2 evaluation
table 2. Summary of aggregate progress toward intended outcomes on aid effectiveness
table 3. Summary of aggregate contributions to the development results analysed

box 1. aid resources beyond the reach of the declaration: key conclusions
box 2. untying aid: is it working?

1. executive summaries of phase 2 country evaluations
1.1 Afghanistan
1.2 Bangladesh
1.3 Benin
1.4 Bolivia
1.5 Cambodia
1.6 Colombia
1.8 Cook Islands
1.9 Ghana
1.10 Indonesia
1.11 Malawia
1.12 Mali
1.13 Mozambique
1.14 Nepal
1.15 the Philippines
1.16 Samoa
1.17 Senegal
1.18 South Africa
1.19 Uganda
1.20 Vietnam
1.21 Zambia

2. executive Summaries of phase 2 donor and agency studies
2.1 African development bank
2.2 Austria
2.3 Ireland
2.4 Japan
2.5 Spain
2.6 Sweden
2.7 USA

3. executive Summaries of updates of phase 1 donor and agency studies
3.1 Asian development bank
3.2 Australia
3.3 Denmark
3.4 the Netherlands
3.5 New Zealand
3.7 UK (DFID)

4. terms of reference

5. technical annex including list of key sources consulted (bibliography)
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