The Paris Declaration at work


Case study countries had to be chosen for the video clips, as it was not possible to cover all countries involved in the evaluation – not even all kinds of countries.

Uganda and Bangladesh were selected to – among others – have: 

  • an African and an Asian country
  • a relatively aid-dependent and a less aid-dependent country
  • an early and a later starter when it comes to implementing the Paris Declaration

The Uganda and Bangladesh clips should not be watched as describing the situation in the two respective countries only; they focus on issues that are relevant in most countries under evaluation.

The video clips fall in three different categories:

  • Cross-cutting issues
  • The Paris Declaration at work in Uganda
  • The Paris Declaration at work in Bangladesh

The video crew wants to thank the National Evaluation Teams and Focal Points of the evaluations of Uganda and Bangladesh for assistance and good cooperation.

Cross-cutting issues »

  • The Phase 1 Evaluation: The Paris declaration is highly political
  • The largest evaluation ever?
  • Time to Walk the Talk
  • Evaluation of the evaluation
  • The Catch 22 dilemma
  • The Paris Declaration – a time saver?
  • China and the Paris Declaration
  • Decentralization - a precondition for success

The Paris Declaration at work in Uganda »

  • Aid over time in Uganda
  • Uganda – a pioneer of budget support
  • A Paris Declaration best case
  • Health – from model sector to stagnation
  • Health reality on the ground
  • The Evil of Corruption
  • Grassroots fighting back against corruption

The Paris Declaration at work in Bangladesh »

  • The role of aid in the young nation of Bangladesh
  • Paris has come to Bangladesh
  • Democracy and the Paris Declaration
  • Health: Government struggling to take the driver’s seat
  • A sector depending on NGOs – a healthy situation?
  • Transport: Paving the way for mega-projects
  • The transport of the poor remains neglected
  • Climate change funding and the Paris Declaration:
  • Civil society and the Paris Declaration
  • Dressing the whole world

Please, note that brief video clips presenting each of the 21 developing countries involved in the evaluation were also produced. 



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