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Capacity4dev Team uploaded a new Document 10 March 2015

This report seeks to perform a comparative analysis of compliance mechanisms under selected Multilateral Environmantal Agreements (MEAs). 

Moderating team ROSA uploaded a new Document 29 January 2013

This report calls attention to the need to increase investment in nutrition programs.

Moderating team ROSA uploaded a new Document 23 January 2013

The fight against undernutrition must be an integral part of poverty reduction strategies. The PRSP (Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers) are key instruments facilitating the adoption of a multi-sector approach and enhancing the inclusion of nutrition in national strategies.

Support Team ROM uploaded a new Document 19 March 2012

This report gives an overview of the generic findings of monitoring the Nuclear Safety projects financed within European Union’s Tacis Nuclear Safety Programme.

Support Team ROM uploaded a new Document 19 March 2012

The objective is to present the overall health situation in Latin America today and the framework of European cooperation in the health sector in the region.

Support Team ROM uploaded a new Document 19 March 2012

This report was produced by the External Monitoring Service for Latin America. It sets out first and foremost to describe and interpret progress made by projects with regards to gender-related issues during the 2006 monitoring exercise on the basis of a sufficiently representative sample.

Support Team ROM uploaded a new Document 19 March 2012

This report summarises the results of the monitoring of trade and regional integration projects supported by the European Commission in Latin America during 2006.

Support Team ROM uploaded a new Document 19 March 2012

This document has been produced by the External Monitoring Service for Latin America with the following objectives:

Moderating team ROSA uploaded a new Document 23 January 2013

In 2005 and 2006, Oxfam UK set up two cash transfer projects in Zambia and Malawi. The programmes were assessed by the Overseas Development Institute (ODI), and this paper uses its main conclusions.

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