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Evidence-based decision-making for funding allocations

DE GEOFFREY, Veronique
LEON, Valerie
BUERET,Alan
September 2015

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This is a study analyses a number of donors to explore how evidence-based information impacts decision making. The study aims to: (i) describe the current practices of a selection of donors in making decisions about resource allocation; (ii) identify the key factors that determine whether or not evidence is used; (iii) identify areas for further discussion among Good Humanitarian Donorship donors that could help strengthen evidence-based decision making. After analysing these three things, the study makes 11 recommendations for further discussion amongst donors 

AusAID development for all strategy : mid-term review

KELLY, Linda
WAPLING, Lorraine
October 2012

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This report presents the findings and outcomes of the mid-term review (MTR) of the AusAUD Development for All Strategy which was launched in November 2008 and covers a period of five years from 2009 to 2014, with specific funding allocated against the Strategy from 2010. The strategy’s intention is to strengthen the effectiveness of Australia's aid program by ensuring that people with disability contribute to and benefit from the program
"The report is structured around four sections. This background section introduces the Strategy and the history and rationale of AusAID focus on disability-inclusive development. The second section outlines the methodology and approach for the MTR. The third and major section presents the findings of the review against the five outcome areas of the Strategy with a short discussion following each presentation of findings. The final section concludes the discussion overall and outlines the recommendations arising from the MTR"

Human rights for persons with disabilities : SIDA’s plan for work

DAHLSTROM, Anette
et al
October 2009

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"The plan covers the period from July 2009 to December 2012 (3.5 years). The plan includes Sida’s bilateral, global and regional development cooperation, and the organisation’s internal work. The plan includes individual work areas, such as cooperation strategies, training, projects and programmes and studies. The plan also assumes an effort to analyse and work in more detail on a small number of Sida’s decision and work processes in order to gain experience of both method work and operational work that are effective. The aim is for the experience and lessons learnt from Sida’s work on including human rights for persons with disabilities subsequently to be passed on and integrated more widely in Sida’s decision and work processes"

JICA thematic guidelines on disability

THE JAPAN INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AGENCY (JICA)
March 2009

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These guidelines were compiled to show the direction of JICA’s projects and the points to be noted based on an exploration and analysis of the status quo, trends, approaches, and techniques of assistance for persons with disabilities

USAID/Ukraine : country strategic plan for 2003-2007

UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (USAID)
2002

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This document sets out the goals of USAID strategy in Ukraine for 2003-2007. Although over the last few years economic performance has improved and the political system has stabilised, USAID emphasises the need to consolidate progress and strengthen the economic and political institutions, and civil society. The new strategic objectives include: improved investment climate; accelerated growth of SMEs and agriculture; increased engagement of citizens in promoting a democratic market-orientated state; greater effectiveness and accountability of government institutions; improved social conditions and health status. This document will be of interest to organisations working in USAID funded programmes in Ukraine, and for donors cooperating with USAID

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