Since the CICID (Inter-ministerial Committee for International Co-operation and Development) meeting in 2005, sectoral capacity-building now falls under AFD’s responsibility/remit. At the same time, technical assistance has become an entirely separate intervention modality for AFD. In 2007, the Evaluation and Capitalisation Division was entrusted with the “Appraisal of AFD-funded Resident Technical Assistance”, with support from the Africa Department. This appraisal was aimed at assessing the situation of technical assistance on the ground and identifying the consolidation work needed for implementing this modality. This study drew on input from many AFD departments, as well as on the detailed analyses of three countries: Cameroon, Madagascar and Senegal.
on the same regionResearch documentEstimating the distributional incidence of healthcare spending on curative health services in Sub-Saharan Africa: Benefit Incidence Analysis in Burkina Faso, Malawi and Zambiapublished in August 2020Institutional documentpublished in June 2020Vidéopublished in April 2020Research documentpublished in March 2020Institutional documentpublished in February 2020Vidéopublished in February 2020
from the same collectionEvaluation documentpublished in January 2020Evaluation documentEvaluation of the Second Objective of the Biodiversity Cross-cutting Intervention Framework (2013–2017)published in May 2019Evaluation documentEvaluation of the AFD “Protected Area” conservation and development intervention contributions (2000-2017). Synthesis of the final reportpublished in March 2019Evaluation documentpublished in February 2019Evaluation documentpublished in April 2018Evaluation documentpublished in February 2018