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Measuring the effectiveness of development cooperation at the local level – Ecuador

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With the support of the UNDP ART Ecuador Programme and UN Women, the main national counterpart, the Technical Secretariat of International Cooperation (SETECI) and three national-level associations of sub-national governments (CONGOPE, AME and CONAGOPARE) have developed a tool to measure the effectiveness of development cooperation at the local level.

  • Developed by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Technical Secretariat for International Cooperation (SETECI), Consortium of Provincial Autonomous of Ecuador (CONGOPE), Association of Ecuadorian Municipalities (AME), National Council of Rural Parish Governments of Ecuador (CONAGOPARE), Spanish Agency of International Development Cooperation (AECID)
  • Published In 2013
  • Posted by UNDP
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