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ESS-DEVCO Cycle of conferences on evaluation in hard-to-reach areas
Michaël POTAR 27 February 2019

Welcome to these pages presenting the ESS-DEVCO Cycle of Conferences on Evaluation in hard-to-reach areas.

In this space, you find all the relevant information on the cycle of conferences :

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Capacity4dev Team uploaded a new Document 5 January 2010

This is the report of the seminar, organised by EuropeAid Unit E4 with the support of ECDPM.  

Elena Fanetti uploaded a new Document 26 July 2011

Estimates suggest that decentralisation is currently being pursued in over 80 per cent of developing countries worldwide.

12
Mar
From12 March 2012
in Bruxelles (Belgium)

Decentralisation Seminar March 2012

The Seminar will be the occasion to present the findings, results and recommendations of the Evaluation of EC support to decentralisation processes in partners' countries. 

Sahra El Fassi uploaded a new Document 24 April 2015

Jorge Rodriguez Bilbao
“Civil Society & Local Authorities"
European Commission-DG DEVCO B2

Sahra El Fassi uploaded a new Document 22 April 2015

WORKSHOP

Decentralisation Reforms - Local Governance

 Local and Territorial Development  

Gabriel Dayre posted Information 19 May 2016

This new group explores the lessons-learned from capacity-building on PFM in South Sudan, including findings from the EU Technical Assistance for Sub-national Capacity Building in Payroll and PFM (EUTAPP).

09
Nov
From
9 November 2015 to 11 November 2015
in The Hague (Netherlands)

The Development Partners Network on Decentralisation and Local Governance
(DeLoG) is offering a three day learning event to DeLoG members addressing
the topics of Decentralisation and Local Governance (DLG) in the context of
fragility. Hosted by VNG International and implemented by The Hague Academy
for Local Governance, the event will provide an overview on international
thinking and practical experiences regarding the nexus of decentralization,
local governance and fragility.

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