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Nhan đề: Paris Declaration/Hanoi Core Statement Phase 2 Evaluation: Vietnam Country Evaluation
Tác giả: Cox, Marcus
Hanh, Tran Thi
Hung, Tran
Dinh, Dao
Từ khoá: Paris Declaration
Hanoi
Vietnam Country Evaluation
Tùng thư/Số báo cáo: January 2011;
Tóm tắt: Vietnam is one of 24 partner countries that have agreed to participate in the second phase of the evaluation of the Paris Declaration. The first phase was conducted in 2007/8, and focused on the inputs and early outputs of the implementation process. The second phase is being conducted in preparation for the 4th High Level Forum in Korea in 2011 and emphasises outcomes and results, to establish whether the long-term goals of the Paris Declaration are being achieved. However, the methodology acknowledges that the contribution of the Paris Declaration to development results may not yet be visible, and calls for an exploration of causal chains that are only just beginning to emerge. The main evaluation mission was conducted over a 3-week period from 19 July to 7 August 2010, and involved key informant interviews with a wide range of Government of Vietnam stakeholders and Development Partners, as well asindependent observers. A range of data was collected on aid flows and national development results, and a qualitative survey was distributed to stakeholders, with responses received from 11 Development Partners, 4 line ministries and 7 provinces. The Evaluation Team would like to express their appreciation to the staff of the Ministry of Planning and Investment, who provided excellent management and logistical support to the evaluation. However, we should stress that the opinions expressed in this evaluation are entirely our own. The evaluation report is structured around the three core questions in the evaluation matrix.
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http://www.oecd.org/countries/vietnam/47675183.pdf
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