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This review was carried out from January to February 2008. The Local Government Unit Management Training Project (LGUMTP) is a three year program sponsored by NZAID.
Tobacco smoking is widespread in the Pacific region. The burden upon health, social and economic elements of the community is likely to be substantial. The environment for action to redress this concern has been provided by the international efforts to establish global commitment to fight...
This report presents the findings of a review of the Solomon Islands Curriculum Review & Reform Programme undertaken during July and August, 2008. The Review has three specific objectives:
(1) To assist the MEHRD/CDC in assessing the progress and achievements of the Curriculum Review...
This review has examined the twinning support partnership between the School of Education and the University of Waikato/InTREC consortium against:
• A strategic focus around SoE governance and management
• A process focus around the twinning
• A programme delivery focus around...
This review considers impacts and outcomes of the NZAID bilateral programme to the Solomon Islands over 2003-2008, and lessons learned from the programme’s implementation. It is based on a rapid assessment of evaluative material and programme documents, supplemented by interviews with programme staff.
The review identified a number of issues in relation to the PJDP’s management/governance and contracting arrangements, along with some other issues that were coincidental to this.
The purpose of this review as given in the Terms of Reference (TOR) is to provide an analysis of the performance and achievements of the Bible Society of the South Pacific’s (BSSP) Transformational Leadership Programme, as implemented by the Octagon Group. To reflection design changes...
This review assessed programme performance in relation to:
Its relevance to national and regional development in the Pacific
the representativeness of the women selected for the programme
the management and financial components of the programme
NZAID, the Government of PNG (GoPNG), and Save the Children New Zealand (SCNZ) are signatories to a three-year Strategic Partnership Arrangement (SPA) which runs from 2006 to 2009. The review of the SPA has the following three objectives:
• To assess the overall quality...
This review of the pilot project is for accountability and learning purposes and to determine the effectiveness and efficiency of project activities. The specific objectives are to:
(a) build knowledge and understanding of the project to date, including outcomes and impacts