Evaluation of Investments in the Strengthening Management and Governance Programme
Table of contents
- Executive Summary
- 1. Evaluation of Investments in Strengthening Management and Governance
- 2. What Has the SMG Programme Achieved?
- 3. Possible Enhancements to the SMG Programme
- 4. Conclusion
- Appendix One: Methodology
- Appendix Two: Results of the SMG Online Survey
- Appendix Three: References
Appendix Three: References
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