1 edition of 1990 evaluation of the Rural Integrated Basic Services (RIBS), Ethiopia found in the catalog.
1990 evaluation of the Rural Integrated Basic Services (RIBS), Ethiopia
|Statement||O"Leary, Michael, (team leader) ... [et al.] ; prepared for Multi-Sectoral Projects Unit (ONCCP) and UNICEF (RIBS Section).|
|Contributions||O"Leary, Michael F., Ethiopia. YaMāʻekalāwi plān behérāwi komité se/bét. Multisectoral Project Co-ordination Unit., UNICEF. RIBS Section.|
|LC Classifications||HN789.C6 A15 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||77, xiii leaves :|
|Number of Pages||77|
|LC Control Number||92980060|
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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Allyson Kelley is an Evaluation Scientist with interests in building communities' capacities to address the cultural, social, and environmental factors that contribute differences in health.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bhatt, G.D., Rural development programmes in India. Delhi: Shanti Publications, (OCoLC) There is a general consensus that basic social services are the building blocks for human development.
Indeed, they are now accepted as fundamental human rights. But there is a widening gap between this consensus and the reality of public spending on basic services in the developing world – a gap documented in Basic Services for All?1 The.
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INTEGRATED RURAL DEVELOPMENT number of widely publicized integrated rural development projects and served as an inspira After a decade of relative neglect rural tion for the rural development movement of development again emerged near the top of the s (Table 1) the development policy agenda in the early The village development programme.
encountered and what lessons came out of the extensive evaluation of projects using the integrated rural development approach. The paper looks at the different approaches that have evolved since around to support African agriculture and rural development including how the.
Under the Integrated Rural Development Program, each year families are provided help, of which families are related to agriculture and related fields, families to rural and cottage industries, and families, to employment areas.
First, each poor family is selected and then an appropriate plan is prepared with their consultation. the evaluation and assessment framework. Teacher Evaluation Common policy challenges in teacher evaluation are: combining the improvement and accountability functions of teacher evaluation; accounting for student results in evaluation of teachers; and using teacher evaluation results to shape incentives for teachers.
School Evaluation. are necessary to ensure effective design and implementation of rural development projects. These success factors are: policy, capacity development, monitoring and evaluation, farmers and other rural organizations, participatory methods and media strategy.
The framework sets the scope and operational basis for the role of. This chapter will review the basic literature on rural development. _ The review is expected to help us to choose the suitable approach, develop the conceptual framework, and select A summary and comparative evaluation ofsimultaneous development.
Book Description. Written by a team of expert practitioners at the Independent Office of Evaluation of IFAD, this book gives an overview of evaluation practice at IFAD.
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Basic needs poverty: Poverty based on the lack of essential goods or services (e.g., water, minimum food calories, children attending school).
Extreme poverty: The level of poverty that refers to a discrete group of the poorest. In this grouping, poverty is so extreme that if all income were used to buy only food, it could still not ensure even. Discourses about the evolution of rural development describe the succession of an exogenous, modernist model of rural development by an endogenous model and in the end leading to an integrated.
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ISBN — ISBN (electronic) 1. Economic development projects—Evaluation. Economic assistance. Evaluation can be a tool to help planners and managers assess to what extent the projects have achieved the objectives set forth in the project documents. This manual intends to provide some basic information and practical guidelines on project monitoring and evaluation in order to enhance better understanding on project monitoring and evaluation.
Also, it presents an analysis of budget allocations to social sectors, and delineates matrix of the ingredients of integrated approach to rural development.
The book will be of immense use to policy makers, planners, social organisations and d Pages: Seller Inventory # Provision of Urban Amenities to Rural Areas (PURA) is a strategy for rural development in concept was given by former president Dr.
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This article outlines the use of such models by focusing on a system used in the evaluation of rural development programmes in the United States and compares this with approaches used in.