The EU has developed and formalised a methodology for evaluating its external assistance in which priority is given to results and impacts.
This page gathers documents from various steps of the joint programming processes in the countries. Some of them are work in progress.
This course lasts two days and can take place both in Brussels (HQ) and Delegation.
The specific objectives of the course are that its participants become:
Kindly note that training courses in EU Delegations are organised on-demand and in this case the modules are tailored on the country/region sector priorities.
Policy Note on EU joint Programming (October 2013)
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What does Capacity assessment mean?
Assessing institutions and capacity is a central element of preparing and implementing any kind of support. It is also prerequisite for deciding if and how donor support to CD is feasible.