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Final Evaluation ‘Omzet met Impact’ Programme

The aim of the ‘Omzet met Impact’ programme is to stimulate sustainable trade and investment between the Netherlands and emerging and developing countries. The final
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Evaluation “Governance of inclusive green growth in cities (DEALS)”

Niek de Jong and Carley Pennink (2020). Mid-Term Review “Governance of inclusive green growth in cities (DEALS)” – Synthesis report. Rotterdam: IHS and ERBS, Erasmus
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Intelligent Water Management Colombia Final Evaluation

Niek de Jong, Jörg Peters, Ann-Kristin Reitmann and Maximiliane Sievert. Intelligent Water Management Colombia. Final Evaluation Report. Report commissioned by the Department of Inclusive Green
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Sustainability of the Intelligent Water Management project in Colombia

Niek de Jong and Carlos García. Sustainability of the Intelligent Water Management project in Colombia. Report commissioned by the Department of Inclusive Green Growth of
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Intelligent Water Management Colombia Executive Summary

Niek de Jong, Jörg Peters, Ann-Kristin Reitmann and Maximiliane Sievert. Intelligent Water Management Colombia. Executive Summary of the Final Evaluation Report. Report commissioned by the
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Evaluation of Projects Co-financed by the Sustainable Water Fund (FDW)

The synthesis report concludes that the projects score moderate to satisfactory on the contribution to poverty alleviation and changes in sustainable growth, self-reliance, food security,
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Kilimanjaro International Airport

Evaluation of Development-relevant Infrastructure Development Programme ORIO

The external evaluation of the ORIO programme assessed its achievements so far. Its main objectives were: to determine the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, additionality and policy
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Evaluation of CBI Integrated Programmes 2012-2018

This external evaluation intended to reflect on and provide input for adjustment of the approach of CBI – the centre for the promotion of imports
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Evaluation of Migrant Entrepreneurship Projects

The aim of this project was the evaluation of the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, coherence and sustainability of six so-called migrant entrepreneurship projects implemented in the
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Projections of supply and demand for teachers in Chile

The aim of this project was to study past trends in the labour market for teachers in Chile, to make projections of the supply of
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Evaluation of PUM Netherlands Senior Experts 2012-2015

The purpose of the theory-based evaluation of the Evaluation of PUM Netherlands Senior Experts 2012-2015 was to assess the: (continuous) relevance of the PUM programme,
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Work in Progress – Evaluation of the ORET Programme: Investing in Public Infrastructure in Developing Countries

This evaluation assessed the extent to which the ORET programme reached its stated objectives and it accounted for ORET’s functioning in the period 2007-2012 and
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The gaps left behind: An evaluation of the impact of ending aid

The Policy and Operations Evaluation Department (IOB) of the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs, ERBS and Ecorys carried out six country studies to ascertain the
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Mid-term evaluation of the transition facility

The Mid-Term Review (MTR) of the so-called Transition Facility of the Netherlands Government had three objectives: To account for the policies pursued in terms of
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Impact evaluation Electrifying Rural Tanzania: A Grid Extension and Reliability Improvement Intervention

Electrifying Rural Tanzania, a rigorous impact evaluation As assignment under the Framework Contract with the Netherlands Enterprise Agency RVO, the Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Rheinisch-Westfälisches
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El puerto que no debió construirse (The port that should not have been constructed)

Report: Niek de Jong, Rafael del Cid, Vivian Guzmán and Otto Genee. El puerto que no debió construirse (The port that should not have been
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Grenada Labour Market Needs Assessment

The key objectives of the Labour Market Needs Assessment were: Conducting a review and analysis of available labour market data that would provide insights into
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