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Strengthening Accountability in Aid for Trade

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At a time when aid budgets are under pressure and scrutiny, there is a need to improve accountability. This is especially true in the case of aid for trade, which has become an increasingly important priority in development co-operation.   Strengthening Accountability in Aid for Trade looks at what the trade and development community needs to know about aid-for-trade results, what past evaluations of programmes and projects reveal about trade outcomes and impacts, and how the trade and development community could improve the performance of aid for trade interventions.

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The OECD meta-evaluation: overview of evaluations

Table A1 (A) provides a broad overview of the evaluations analysed (number of evaluations, number of pages, and average number of pages). While it is possible to compare the data on Ghana and Vietnam, the transport and storage sectors have been treated as one sector (i.e. Transtor). A distinction has been made between the overall (162) and narrow (42) sets of evaluations. In both the overall and narrow sets, the number of evaluations and the number of pages in the evaluations suggest that programmes and projects in Vietnam were evaluated more intensively than those in Ghana. However, the average number of pages (“average length of evaluations”) in the overall and narrow sets was greater in the case of Ghana.

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