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Links 1 through 10 of 123 by Kevin Curry tagged USAID

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This Anti-Trafficking in Persons Resource Manual is designed to assist the Albanian judiciary in the implementation of this new legislation. It includes commentaries on the law, community resources available to victims and witnesses, checklists and forms for case management, and discussion of special issues related to trial proceedings, evidence admission, and testimony of experts. In addition, the manual includes a thorough commentary of international standards and interpretation of various provisions of Albania’s new laws to combat organized crime.

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This series of Title II Generic Indicator Guides has been developed by the Food and Nutrition Technical Assistance (FANTA) Project, and its predecessor projects (LINKAGES and IMPACT), as part of USAID’s support to develop monitoring and evaluation systems for use in Title II programs.  This is the Anthropometric Indicators Measurement Guide. 

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Analytical tools to identify and integrate land tenure considerations into USAID programming. Including: Land Tenure and Property Rights Framework; Land Tenure and Property Rights Assessment Tools; and Field Test of LTPR Intervention Sequencing Tool.

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The purpose of this report is to develop an evaluation framework for USAID prevention and victim protection programs that address trafficking in persons (TIP).  The report is divided into five sections: (1) Foundations of an Evaluation Framework; (2) Design Strategies for Evaluating an anti-TIP Program; (3) Challenges to and Recommendations for Evaluating anti-TIP Programs; (4) Sample Plan for Evaluating a TIP Prevention Program; and (5) Sample Plan for Evaluating a Victims of Trafficking (VoT) Protection Program 

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The Afrobarometer is an independent, nonpartisan research project that measures the social, political, and economic atmosphere in Africa.

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A fair and efficient justice sector is critical to the protection of human rights and the resolution of disputes between citizens. It is also essential for ensuring the proper functioning of public institutions and encouraging national and foreign investment. Measured against The World Bank’s rule of law (ROL) governance indicator, all 48 countries in sub-Saharan Africa scored poorly, with 41 countries ranked below the 50th percentile. These results are a clear reflection of the significant hurdles faced by countries and donors alike in their efforts to improve rule of law in the region. Widespread violence and war, political instability, increasing crime, corruption, and poverty plague both resource-rich and resource-poor countries in the region. In this already difficult and strained environment, the pandemic of HIV/AIDS has hit Africa hard, its impacts resounding beyond the health sector.

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This report describes the design and piloting of a rapid corruption assessment checklist tool for USAID.

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Number 7 in the MEASURE Evaluation Manual Series has the purpose of assisting health planners and evaluators to: gain a clear understanding of the concepts of capacity and capacity building; critically evaluate the strengths and limitations of current approaches to capacity measurement; and design a capacity-building M&E plan that outlines a systematic approach to measuring capacity and assessing the results of the capacity-building interventions in the health sector. Sources for this 110-page guide include a review of the state of the art of capacity measurement, a review of capacity-building measurement tools and indicators, formal and informal consultations with practitioners, and an in-depth exploration of four different capacity measurement experiences. The Guide also draws on lessons learned about capacity-building M&E in other sectors, such as agriculture and housing, and on new evaluation approaches designed to support learning in development programming. 

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