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‣ Desenvolvimento e autonomia das mulheres: uma avaliação do POPMR na região oeste potiguar - 2008/2012

Bezerra, Maria da Conceição Dantas Moura
Fonte: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte; BR; UFRN; Programa de Pós-Graduação em Ciências Sociais; Desenvolvimento Regional; Cultura e Representações Publicador: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte; BR; UFRN; Programa de Pós-Graduação em Ciências Sociais; Desenvolvimento Regional; Cultura e Representações
Tipo: Dissertação Formato: application/pdf
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The dissertation evaluates about Rural Women s Productive Organization Program effectiveness of Western Rio Grande do Norte(2008-2012). Specifically, it has aimed to: 1) Describe about Rural Women s Productive Organization Program characteristics in Western Potiguar Region; 2) Investigate which social economic changes the program has caused in Rural Women s lives from Western Potiguar Region; 3) Evaluate whether women s participation in the feminist social movement has contributed in order to facilitate access to the program; 4) evaluate whether rural women s participation from western Potiguar region in POPMR has provoked some questions in relation to labor sexual division in policy all female users or whether it has amplified their capacities for their economical autonomy conquest. The evaluation has been as reference the development concept as freedom according to Amartya Sen (2000) and labor sex division sustained by separation and hierarchy activities performed by men and women according to Kergoat (2009). The qualitative character investigation was made up by a bibliographical and documental research, semi-structured interviews and focal group. The interviews with female mediator agents and female public managers have demonstrated the paths how to create the program by explaining the difficulties and possibilities. The research was concluded with focal groups that had accessed POPMR in western region. With the methodological instruments used...

‣ Capacity Development of Minimum Service Standards Costing and Implementation

World Bank
Fonte: Banco Mundial Publicador: Banco Mundial
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Minimum Service Standards (MSS) in Indonesia is a measurement for evaluation of the local government performance in the implementation of obligatory functions related to basic services. The combination of obligatory functions, accompanied by MSS, aim to provide access for citizens at the minimum level of quality at a given time. The frameworks of MSS were developed started in early 2000 in respond then Law 32/2004 been intensively developed in Indonesia following the issuance of Law 32/2004 which stated in Articles 11 and 12 that while measuring the performance of obligatory functions government will refer to a MSS. These provisions are elaborated, which is defines MSS as a measurement of a type and quality of basic public service that all citizens have the right to receive. The program is a Government of Indonesia (Directorate General Bangda, MoHA) initiative, supported in its implementation by Decentralization Support Facility (DSF)/World Bank. With a view to improving the accessibility and quality of basic public services...

‣ Financing for Development; Using Independent Evaluation to Turn Aspirations into Achievements

Independent Evaluation Group
Fonte: World Bank, Washington, DC Publicador: World Bank, Washington, DC
Tipo: Report; Publications & Research; Publications & Research :: Working Paper
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The development community is increasingly accepting the importance of evidence, feedback, and learning. Some of which is generated through research, monitoring, and self-evaluation during policy-making, program design, and implementation. Others come from feedback from people directly affected by interventions who have gained a greater voice, be it through third-party feedback mechanisms, social media, beneficiary surveys, or otherwise. And, there is independent evaluation. At the World Bank Group, the independent evaluation group (IEG) has over the past years deepened the evidence that can help development finance succeed in translating the sustainable development goals (SDGs) into actions and results. This paper brings together insights from a cross-section of relevant evaluations that cover various aspects of the large, multifaceted agenda of the SDGs and their financing needs.

‣ Learning in the Face of Adversity; The UNRWA Education Program for Palestine Refugees

Abdul-Hamid, Husein; Patrinos, Harry Anthony; Reyes, Joel; Kelcey, Jo; Diaz Varela, Andrea
Fonte: Washington, DC Publicador: Washington, DC
Tipo: Book; Publications & Research :: Publication; Publications & Research
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The goal of this study is to provide a better understanding of how a school system can operate efficiently under adversity. The results of this work will be useful in identifying relevant policies in the Middle East and North Africa region. Palestine refugees are achieving higher-than-average learning outcomes in spite of the adverse circumstances they live under. Their education system the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) operates one of the largest non-governmental school systems in the Middle East. It manages nearly 700 schools, has hired 17,000 staff, educates more than 500,000 refugee students each year, and operates in five areas, including the West Bank, Gaza, Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria. This study examines three: West Bank, Gaza, and Jordan. Contrary to what might be expected from a resource-constrained administration serving refugee students who continually face a multitude of adversities, UNRWA students outperform public schools in the three regions the West Bank...

‣ Turkey : Reforming the Health Sector for Improved Access and Efficiency, Volume 1. Main Report; Turkey - Health Sector Study

World Bank
Fonte: Washington, DC Publicador: Washington, DC
Tipo: Economic & Sector Work :: Other Health Study; Economic & Sector Work
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Fundamental and systemic changes would have to be brought about in the ways that health care is financed, delivered, organized, and managed in Turkey in order to meet the ultimate objective of improving the health status of people, and not only meet but surpass the health-related Millennium Development Goals. This would require significant improvements in resource mobilization, allocation and utilization, enhanced efficiency in production and delivery of health services, including primary and hospital care, and greater emphasis on clinical quality and patient access to health services. Against this backdrop, the World Bank and the Government of Turkey agreed to undertake an intensive review of all aspects of the health sector, and the present report is produced from this effort. One objective of an evaluation at this juncture is to lay the foundation for developing a medium-term health sector strategy and a prioritized action plan aimed at improving access to health services, enhancing equity in utilization...

‣ Preventing and Responding to Gender-Based Violence in Middle and Low-Income Countries : A Global Review and Analysis

Bott, Sarah; Morrison, Andrew; Ellsberg, Mary
Fonte: World Bank, Washington, DC Publicador: World Bank, Washington, DC
Tipo: Publications & Research; Publications & Research :: Policy Research Working Paper
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Worldwide, patterns of violence against women differ markedly from violence against men. For example, women are more likely than men to be sexually assaulted or killed by someone they know. The United Nations has defined violence against women as "gender-based" violence, to acknowledge that such violence is rooted in gender inequality and is often tolerated and condoned by laws, institutions, and community norms. Violence against women is not only a profound violation of human rights, but also a costly impediment to a country's national development. While gender-based violence occurs in many forms throughout the life cycle, this review focuses on two of the most common types-physical intimate partner violence and sexual violence by any perpetrator. Unfortunately, the knowledge base about effective initiatives to prevent and respond to gender-based violence is relatively limited. Few approaches have been rigorously evaluated, even in high-income countries. And such evaluations involve numerous methodological challenges. Nonetheless, the authors review what is known about more and less effective-or at least promising-approaches to prevent and respond to gender-based violence. They present definitions, recent statistics, health consequences...