Dr. Fred P.M. van der Kraaij:
Ontwikkelingssamenwerking Algemeen
Aid and Aid Policies
Aide au Dťveloppement

 

 

1. Co-editor of Afrika ter discussie - Het Afrikacongres 2008: Bijdragen en uitkomsten. (Ministry of Foreign Affairs 2008).
Available in Dutch only (pdf.file).

2. Evaluation of the Netherlands' 'Africa Policy' 1998 -2006, (bilateral evaluation; 2008). Summary (pdf.file). Evaluation Report, Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Policy and Operations Evaluation Department, IOB. Countries covered include Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Ghana, Mali, Mozambique, Nigeria, Ruanda,  South Africa, Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda. The evaluation excercise (2003-2007) was directed and co-ordinated by Fred van der Kraaij and Eric Kamphuis.

3. Co-author of Evaluation of the Netherlands Research Policy 1992 - 2005: Experiences with a new approach in six countries: Bolivia, Ghana, Mali, South Africa, Tanzania and Vietnam (bilateral evaluation; 2007). Summary (pdf.file). Evaluation Report, Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Policy and Operations Evaluation Department, IOB. The evaluation excercise (2003-2007) was directed and co-ordinated by Fred van der Kraaij and Ria Brouwers.

4. (Co-author and final editing of) "Cofinancing between the Netherlands and the World Bank, 1975-1996", Evaluation Report, Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Policy and Operations Evaluation Department, IOB, 2 vols.; vol.1: Summary Evaluation Report, 40pp.; vol. 2: Main Report, 485 pp. (The Hague, 1999). IOB is an independent unit within the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, responsible for the evaluation of the Ministry's policies and operations. Cofinancing between the Netherlands and the World Bank amounted to about $ 2.5 billion (1975-96), over forty percent of which was evaluated (in 19 countries). Countries and projects covered include Ghana, Pakistan and Uganda (Country Case Studies); Bolivia, The Gambia, Guinea Bissau, India, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mozambique, Senegal, Tanzania, Togo and Zambia (programme aid in support of economic reforms); and Bangladesh, Egypt, India, Mali, Sri Lanka, Tanzania and Zimbabwe (project aid). The evaluation excercise (1995-99) was directed and co-ordinated by Fred van der Kraaij and Lucien Bšck.

5. Willem-Jan de Gast (ed.): "Linkages Revisited. Higher Education and Development Cooperation - an assessment." (470 pp.), book review, co-author, with Marie Hulsman-VejsovŠ, in: Internationale Spectator, Volume 51, no. 4 (April 1997), pp. 242-45 (The Hague, 1997).

6. "Development Aid: Wasted Money?" Seminar "Wasted Money?", Maastricht University, 15 February 1995 (speech, not published).

 

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