Regional end-term evaluation report of the pilots of the school improvement program framework in Albania, Ethiopia, Malawi, Sudan and Zambia
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This synthesis report accordingly relies on findings from the End-Term Evaluations conducted in Albania, Ethiopia, Malawi, Sudan, and Zambia (whose Report was produced at the end of 2005) on the areas identified above as constituting the experiences of implementing the SIP pilots. It makes assessments of efficiency, effectiveness, relevance and impact on the basis of evidence provided in the country evaluations.
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