We need evaluations so that we can learn lessons and act on them in future. To know more than before so that things will be done better than before – that's our goal!
Stefanie Krapp, Head of Departmentn
Evaluation programme 2013-2015
The evaluation programme 2013-2015 is the multi-annual plan for DEval's activities.
The object of the institute's evaluations is governmental and non-governmental German development cooperation.
Launch year 2013:
(01) Instrument evaluation: development workers
(03) Rural development and private-sector development in Ghana
(04) Sector evaluation: the health sector in Rwanda
(07) Mobilising capital market funds
(08) Triangular development cooperation involving Germany
(09) Measures accompanying budget support in Southern Africa and, possibly, Ghana
(12) Peru counterpart fund
(14) Sustainable economic development in Myanmar
(16) Baseline-study DEval
The institute's first ever evaluation has begun! DEval is now assessing thirty years of German-Rwandan cooperation in Rwanda's health sector.
German development cooperation in the Rwandan health sector finished at the end of 2012, providing a good opportunity to review the overall contribution made by German efforts in this sector.
This cooperation lasted over thirty years. The aim of our evaluation is now to learn from this long experience and apply the lessons learnt to policy design, accountability, strategic management of similar interventions and the general development of knowledge and know-how.
Our analysis of the most important social, political and economic trends will cover the entire period since 1980, forming the basis of a critical review of German-Rwandan cooperation since 1980. An overview of health sector transformations and of trends in the state of health across the Rwandan population are integral components of this context analysis .