Spanish Cooperation has published the evaluation of an institutional strengthening project in Mozambique. The FIIAPP managed the evaluation within the framework of the Joint Evaluation Agreement signed with the SGCID.
Evaluación de proyectos de cooperación en Mozambique. AECID.Evaluation of cooperation projects in Mozambique AECID.
This month Spanish Cooperation published a new cooperation project evaluation: the achievements and weak points of Phase III of the “Institutional Strengthening for the Provincial Government of Cape Delgado Programme” (PFICD) in Mozambique, which has been managed by the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation for Development (AECID) since 2001. The FIIAPP Evaluation Programme managed the evaluation jointly with the Evaluation Division for Development Policies and Knowledge Management, under an agreement signed with the Office of the Secretary-General for Development Cooperation (SGCID).
The programme evaluated is the main bilateral instrument of Spanish Cooperation in Mozambique for strengthening public administrations and institutions in the African country. Its third phase (2010-2014) focused on improving planning and management of public finances. Jointly with the SGCID, the FIIAPP set three evaluation objectives with respect to Phase III: the logic of the programme and its relevance in the current context of the country, the management model for the programme and the results achieved, and evaluating the sustainability of same.
The evaluation reveals that the programme has become a benchmark in capacity building, but that it still needs to be fully assimilated and adapted by the country’s institutions. The complete evaluation can be consulted on the FIIAPP and Spanish Cooperation websites.
Other evaluations of cooperation projects
This is the second joint evaluation with SGCID to be published. The first was on the Support to the Regional Development Agencies of Senegal Programme.
The FIIAPP Evaluation Programme was started in 2013 with the aim of evaluating the impact of international cooperation programmes to improve their design and functioning.