Auftragsforschung zwischen Praxis und Wissenschaft. Essen: Klartext, S. Hennefeld, W. Meyer, S. Silvestrini Hrsg. Festschrift zum Geburtstag von Reinhard Stockmann. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, S. American Journal of Evaluation Vol. Journal of Consumer Policy, Vol. Auftragsforschung zwischen Praxis und Wissenschaft, Festschrift zum In: Filsinger, D.
In: Lorig, W. Band 1 zur Fachtagung "Selbstgesteuert, kompetenzorientiert und offen?! Kerlen; P. Maats; O. Schwab; S. Evidence from a large-scale investment in Ghana. American Journal of Evaluation, Vol. May, Christina; Roth, K. Sinha, T. Procedia Computer Science, Vol. Wolf, B. Three Challenges for Applications. In: Evaluation Vol. Albrecht, M. Zur territorialen Steuerung von Nachhaltigkeit. Alungas experiencias de la Universidad del Sarre.
Economics and Human Biology, Vol. Umweltpsychologie, Jg, Nr. Die Betriebswirtschaft, In: Wilhelm, J. Neuauflage Im Erscheinen. Hennefeld, Vera Wirkungsevaluation von Veranstaltungen zur themenspezifischen Sensibilisierung. In: Hense, J. Zwischenbilanz der Bildungsoffensive Elbinseln. Appetite, Vol. Schmalenbach Business Review, Bettina Von der Idee zur Institution. Stockmann, Reinhard Evaluation und Gesellschaft. Theory, Practice and Quality Assurance.
Berlin: Lit, S. Berlin: Raabe, S. May, Christina; Bonu, V. Guenther, D. In: Raggamby, A. Meyer, Wolfgang An introduction to evaluation. In: Stockmann, Reinhard ed. Stockmann, Reinhard Introduction: what do we need evaluation for? Stockmann, Reinhard Organizational aspects of evaluations. Silvestrini, Stefan Evaluation designs. Meyer, Wolfgang Measuring: indicators - scales - indices - interpretations. Meyer, Wolfgang Data collection: surveys - observations - non-reactive procedures. Meyer, Wolfgang Reporting.
Evaluation Review, Vol. In: Welt-Sichten, Heft 7. Stockmann, Reinhard Reporting. In: Stockmann, Reinhard Ed. Fuhrmann et al. In: Rampeltshammer, L. Meyer, Wolfgang; Raab, D. Eine Analyse im Auftrag des Verbraucherzentrale Bundesverbandes e. In Campbell, Margaret C. In Brady, Michael K. Hennefeld, Vera; Metje, Ute M. Hennefeld, Vera Der gesellschaftliche Stellenwert von Evaluation. In: Magazin Forschung. Stockmann, Reinhard Big push for development or erosion of local livelihood? Rural 21 — International Journal for Rural Development 44 2 : GTZ: Eschborn.
Silvestrini, Stefan Das Umweltverhalten von Handwerksbetrieben. In: Bora, Alfons et. Berlin, Edition Sigma. In Reynolds, K. Warum, was, wann und wie? In: Arbeitskammer des Saarlandes Hg. In: Arbeitnehmer. Zeitschrift der Arbeitskammer des Saarlandes, Akteure, Strukturen und Wirkungen. Jahrgang, Heft IV.
Fabian Hrsg. Duscha, M. In: Arnold, R. Klinkhardt Verlag UTB. In: K. Ermert Hg. Schneider, Vera Was ist eine gute Evaluation? In Brown, J. Journal of Advertising Research, Vol. Heidelberg: Springer. Meyer, Wolfgang; Reade, N. In: Stockmann, Reinhard Hg. Meyer, Wolfgang Organisatorischer Ablauf von Evaluationen. Silvestrini, Stefan Reporting. Stockmann Hrsg. Meyer, Wolfgang Wozu brauchen wir Evaluation?
Loock, F. Berlin: Raabe. In: Bora, A. Berlin: Edition Sigma. In Dixon, A. Berlin: Raabe-Verlag. Stockmann, Reinhard Evaluation als Instrument der kulturpolitischen Steuerung. In: Erfolgreich Kultur finanzieren. In: Dieter Schimanke Hg. Ein Werkstattbericht. Heft 2. In: Pati, R. Printworld, pp. In: George, C. Meyer, Wolfgang; Elbe, S. In: Schubert, U. Experiences from Eighteen German Regions.
In: Cheshire, L. Higgins L. Geschichte und Vielfalt eines Begriffs. In: Querbrief 2 , pp. Meyer, Wolfgang; Martinuzzi, A. Schneider, Vera Markenbeziehung und Konsumentenreaktion auf negative Medieninformationen. In: W. Holtappels, M. Brohm Hg. In: Peking University Education Review. Stockmann, Reinhard Evaluation von Netzwerksteuerung. Bonn, DAAD. Schorndorf, Hofmann. Stockmann, Reinhard Evaluation im Saarland - Eine politische Modellregion sucht und findet den fachlichen Austausch. Silvestrini, Stefan Evaluation von Nachhaltigkeitskommunikation.
In: Michelsen, G. Handbuch Nachhaltigkeitskommunikation. Grundlagen und Praxis. Problems and Perspectives for Communicating Sustainable Development. Capacity Building for Steering Sustainable Development. Manchester University, Meyer, Wolfgang; Elbe, Sebastian Regulation, Responsibility and Representation: Challenges for intra-organisational c o m m u n i c a t i o n. In: Demirag, I. Sheffield UK , Greenleaf Publishing.
Vortrag auf der 2. Ansatz und Erfahrungen am Beispiel des Bildungszentrums Kirkel. Heinrich, Tina; Meyer, Wolfgang Can we personally influence the future with our present resources? Washington D. USA , Meyer, Wolfgang; Gros, C. In: Descy, P. Impact of education and training. Third report on vocational training research in Europe: background report, Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communi t i es Cedefop Reference series Perspectives and Problems in the German Rural Sector.
Paper prepared for the XI. World Congress of Rural Sociology — Globalisation, Risks and Resistance in rural economics and societies, Trondheim July 25 — 30, supposed to be published online in the conference proceedings. Concepts and Practice in International Perspective. Meyer, Wolfgang Berufsbildung braucht neue Impulse. In: Berufsbildung in Wissenschaft und Praxis. In: D. Meister, S-O. Tergan u. Zentel Hrsg. Zielrichtungen, methodologische Aspekte, Zukunftsperspektiven. Waxmann Verlag, Girardet Hrsg. Ziele-Wege- Probleme. Stockmann, Reinhard Evaluationsforschung — Ansatz und Methoden.
In: Hochschulrektorenkonferenz Hrsg. Bielefeld: Bertelsmann, Stockmann, Reinhard Was ist eine gute Evaluation? Ermert Hrsg.
Jahrbuch der Absatz- und Verbrauchsforschung, In Wiedmann, Klaus-Peter Hrsg. Selbststeuerung nachhaltiger Entwicklung zwischen Anspruch und Wirklichkeit.
Meyer, Wolfgang Nachhaltige Entwicklung ohne Staat? A new Approach based on a German Example. Stockmann, Reinhard Network Failures. How realistic is durable cooperation in global governance? In: punkt. Teil II: Erziehungs- und Politikwissenschaften. Teil I: Soziologie und Psychologie. In: Linne, G. Wie ist nachhaltiges Wirtschaften machbar? In: Allmendinger, J. Verhandlungen des In: Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte, B In: G. Linne u. Schwarz Hrsg. Stockmann, Reinhard Nachhaltige Entwicklung ohne Staat? In: Entstaatlichung und soziale Sicherheit. In: Ch. Igel u. Daugs: e-Learning in Sportwissenschaft und Sport.
Schorndorf: Hofmann. Stockmann, Reinhard Was versteht man unter arm? Science Factory, 5. In Zabel, Hans-Ulrich Hrsg. In: Stockmann, Reinhard; Meyer, W. Meyer, Wolfgang Was ist Evaluation? In: Brickwedde, F. Internationale Sommerakademie in St. Meyer, Wolfgang Evaluationsstudien zu den Diffusionswirkungen von Umweltberatung. Meyer, Wolfgang Building Bridges to Ecology: the impact of environmental communication programs in German business.
In: Greening of Industry Network eds. Governance for Sustainability in Gothenburg June Meyer, Wolfgang Measuring the Impact of Vocational Training Projects erscheint auf russischer Sprache in einer russischen Berufsbildungszeitschrift. New challenges for the state, business and civil society. In: Scherhorn, G. In: Biermann, F. Meyer, Wolfgang Themenfelder der Evaluation.
Meyer, Wolfgang Evaluation im Rahmen des Kromrey, H. Meyer, Wolfgang Nachhaltigkeit der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit. Ein mehrdimensionales Nachhaltigkeitskonzept und seine Anwendung. In: V. Windisch Hg. Bern u. Stockmann, Reinhard Quo vadis Soziologie? In: R. Stockmann, W. Meyer u. Knoll: Soziologie im Wandel.
Stockmann, Reinhard Soziologie, die Erfolgsgeschichte eines akademischen Faches. Stockmann, Reinhard Evaluation der Umweltberatungsprojekte des Bundesumweltminis-teriums und des Umweltbundesamtes. Berlin: UBA-Textreihe. Stockmann, Reinhard Evaluation als integriertes Lehr- und Forschungsprogramm. Empirische Studie zur kognitiven Verankerung des Car-Sharing. Nauck, B. In: Schulz, W. In: Urbahn, J. Konferenz der Deutschen Bundesstiftung Umwelt am Oktober in Bonn, Bielefeld: W.
Bertelsmann Verlag Umweltschutz in der beruflichen Bildung Heft 74, hg. In: Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit. In: Stockmann, Reinhard; u. Stockmann, Reinhard Evaluation entwicklungspolitischer Wirkungen in der staatlichen Zusammenarbeit. In: Kurt Hammerich u. Bettina Franke. Sankt Augustin: Academia. Band 2 Anwendungen, Berlin u. Blien, U. Knoll, T. Meyer, Wolfgang Umweltberatung als organisierter Informationstransfer. Bertelsmann Verlag, S. Meyer, Wolfgang Evaluationen im Umweltbereich. Ein Beitrag zum nachhaltigen Wirtschaften?
In: Stockmann, Reinhard; Hg. Stockmann, Reinhard Evaluation staatlicher Entwicklungspolitik. In: Soziologie. Stockmann, Reinhard Wirkungsevaluation in der Entwicklungspolitik. In: Vierteljahreshefte zur Wirtschaftsforschung. Stockmann, Reinhard Evaluation der Nachhaltigkeit von Umweltberatungsprogrammen: Theoretische und methodische Grundlagen. In: M. Stockmann, Hj. Gaus Hg. Bielefeld: Bertelsmann.
Bertelsmann, S. International Journal of Sociology. In: Grenzenlose Gesellschaft? Pfaffenweiler: Centaurus-Verlagsgesellschaft. Stockmann, Reinhard Grenzenlose Evaluation? Pfaffenweiler: Centaurus Verlagsgesellschaft. Typologie der Implementationsversuche und ihrer Strategien. UmweltWirtschaftsForum uwf , 7. Stockmann, Reinhard Kleine Entwicklungsgeschichte der Evaluationsforschung.
Ernst Uhe Hg. Joos, M. In: World Development, Vol. Stockmann, Reinhard Defizite in der Wirkungsbeobachtung. In: Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit, Heft 8. Reinhard Stockmann Hg. Eine Evaluation der Nachhaltigkeit von Programmen und Projekten. In: Nauck, B. Stuttgart: Enke-Verlag, Meyer, Wolfgang; Crow, K. In: Werner Heitmann u.
Wolf-Dietrich Greinert Hg. In: Paul Trappe Hg. Social Strategies, Vol. Stockmann, Reinhard Zur Nachhaltigkeit von Entwicklungsprojekten. In: Dialog-Forum. In: European Sociological Review, Vol. Stockmann, Reinhard Langfristige Wirkungen - bisher wenig untersucht. In: Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit, Heft 2. Stockmann, Reinhard Sind Ex-post-Analysen wirklich nutzlos? Stockmann, Reinhard Die Bewertung der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit.
Bestandsaufnahme zur Nachhaltigkeit von Entwicklungsprojekten. Stockmann, Reinhard Die Nachhaltigkeit von Berufsbildungsprojekten. Stockmann, Reinhard Nachhaltigkeit. Bilanz eines Themas. A Neglected Field of Research. In: Development and Cooperation, Heft 5. Stockmann, Reinhard Kolumbien. Bonn: Dietz. Reichert, E. Scheuch und H. Seibel Hg. Stockmann, Reinhard Sektorale Differenzierung der Erwerbschancen durch den wirtschaftlichen Umbau.
In: Informationsdienst Soziale Indikatoren Nr. Meyer, Wolfgang Klassenlagen im vereinten Deutschland. In: Meyer, H. Zieschank, R; Landua, D; Meyer, Wolfgang The Relationship between Objective and Subjective Indicators: A reciprocal causation model linking changes in income, income satisfaction and life satisfaction. In: Hispanorama. Stockmann, Reinhard Die neue Violencia. Kolumbien in der Tradition der Gewalt. In: Ibero-Amerikanisches Archiv. Stockmann, Reinhard Administrative Probleme staatlicher Entwicklungszusammenarbeit. In: Manfred Glagow Hg. Heft 6. Stockmann, Reinhard Umweltberichterstattung in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland.
Institutionen, Datenquellen, Literatur. In: Soziale Welt. In: Die Americas, Vol. Kolumbiens Rechts- und Gesellschaftsordnung droht zu zerbrechen. In: Jahrbuch Dritte Welt. Stockmann, Reinhard Historisch-vergleichende Studien zum langfristigen Wandel der Erwerbsstruktur in Deutschland. In: Historical Social Research. Der Vorbildcharakter kapitalistischer Entwicklungen und seine Folgen.
In: Arbeitskreis Swaraj Hrsg. In: Geschichte und Gesellschaft. Deutschen Soziologentages in Dortmund. In: Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit, Heft 4. Meyer, Wolfgang; Meyer, C. Stockmann, Reinhard; Meyer, Wolfgang Networks are causing effects — but how?! Impact evaluation of networks.
Klier, Sarah; Silvestrini, Stefan Monitoring and Measuring the Results of Interventions related to technical and vocational education and training and the labour market. A guideline for practitioniers. Im Auftrag von Norad, Oslo. Promotion of Reproductive Health, Mongolia. Meyer, Wolfgang; Thomas, S. Evaluationsbericht, im Auftrag des Verbraucherzentrale Bundesverband e. Evaluationsbericht im Auftrag des Goethe-Instituts. Hennefeld, Vera Evaluation des Mediendialogs mit der Ukraine. Schneider, Vera; Silvestrini, Stefan Program and policy evaluation and regulatory impact assessment.
Stockmann, R. Ergebnisse der standardisierten Umfrage. Programmbericht: Environmental Management Accounting. Beitrag zum Jahresbericht der Arbeitskammer des Saarlandes. Schneider, Vera Projekt Evalum. Vortragsmanuskript zum Gastvortrag bei Prof. Pommerehne am Hennefeld, Vera Evaluation in Deutschland: Professionalisierungsstand und —perspektiven.
Zur Notwendigkeit angemessener Konzepte und Methoden. Caspari, Alexandra Culture Matters! Urbahn, Julia [Top]. Particularly in the light of an ever-rising need for evaluations and competencies in the field of evaluation, both partners are zealous to continue the collaboration within the framework of the DAAD funding programme and to expand it sustainably by the integration of a second partnering institute of higher education.
Moreover, the establishment of a Latin American university network in the discipline of evaluation network formation and internationalization , the strengthening of practical orientation within the academic formation in evaluation and the contribution to evidence-based policy making application of scientific evaluative research in political practice , and, eventually, the consolidation and institutional expansion of the cooperation between the universities involved and the research institute CICAP triangular and South-South-cooperation are on the agenda of the program.
The respective cooperation is intended to last for four years Reinhard Stockmann Contact Person: Dr. Stefan Silvestrini Staff: M. Many nations have thus formulated ambitious goals: Mexico for instance is determined to cover one third of its energy production by means of renewable energies by Despite such ambitions however environmental conservation has not been marked by major success to this date.
This is partly due to a lack of dispersion of modern environmental technology. Starting point for any results oriented monitoring is typically an impact model with respective indicators and assumptions. Changes within the mechanisms of cooperation are however rarely or marginally observed under the monitoring component. The program adressed four key areas: health, education, economic development and sponsorships. Three years after the conclusion of the program, World Vision wants to conduct an ex-post evaluation to appraise the sustainability of ist effects.
To this end, the Center for Evaluation works with a local Guatemalan consultancy firm CONSULTA on the implementation of a quantitative household survey including a control group and qualitative interviews with the target group and relevant key informants. Wolfgang Meyer Staff: M. In Thuringia, different developmental education measures and networking activities on a regional and European level were fostered. For the creation of the case study CEval was carrying out guideline based expert interviews with different project stakeholder. The impacts of fair trade in the producer countries of fairly traded goods and products have been the subject of numerous studies.
By contrast, insights on how fair trade affects the consumer countries of these goods and products to date are scarce. The study implemented by CEval on fair trade in Germany addresses this gap. It aims at identifying the societal changes and trends that have been evoked by fair trade in Germany and to determine how the fair trade movement contributed to these changes. In doing so, a participative approach shall make sure that the expertise and perspectives of relevant actors are adequately reflected in the study.
Furthermore, the study approaches its research subject drawing on a theory-based approach and employs a balanced mix of qualitative and quantitative methods. Data collection will thus encompass an intensive desk study, key informant interviews, focus group discussions, online surveys and computer assisted telephone interviews.
The analysis of the data will among others involve qualitative content analyses, time series analyses as well as descriptive statistics. Upon completion of the analyses the findings will be presented in a report and reflected upon with the commissioners and supporters of the study during a final workshop. Their findings shall now be aggregated, compared and contrasted in order to extract overarching success factors and lessons learnt and generate relevant recommendations, among others, with regard to the future incorporation of the three instruments into PTB technical cooperation.
To that end, CEval will qualitatively analyze the information contained in the evaluation reports and collect complementary information by conducting a number of qualitative expert interviews. The synthesis results will be presented in an evaluation report and a workshop will be held to present them to PTB management and staff.
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Vera Hennefeld Staff: Dr. PASCH is a worldwide network currently including around partner schools, which are linked to Germany and especially teach German. The initiative concentrates diversified measures, which are supposed to contribute to establish lively and long-term relations to Germany, and encourage schools, teachers and students to exchange their knowledge and ideas as well as to work together.
Within the scope of the planned evaluation, PASCH will be analyzed regarding its relevance, efficiency, effectivity, impact and sustainability. It will also be analyzed to what extent the existing offers, processes and structures are suitable instruments for achieving the objectives. Recommendations for possible optimization of the measures, processes and structures and the creation of synergies will be derived on the basis of these results. The evaluation is divided into two phases: During the first phase, document analyses as well as guided personal and telephone interviews with stakeholders in Germany and selected partner countries Poland, Turkey and China will be conducted.
The focus of the second phase is then on quantitative online surveys with target groups in China, Turkey and Poland as well as on qualitative and quantitative data collection in another case study country. Stefan Silvestrini Staff: Dipl. One component of this program is a project to promote the development of solar energy use. Particularly for the documentation of qualitative factors it was necessary to gather empirical data through an expert panel, i. Currently, the project utilizes a monitoring system which allows tracking activities and consultancies carried out by ECLAC inputs and their utilization outputs.
Long-term impacts are not considered yet in this approach. Wolfgang Meyer Staff: Dipl. Christina Gollan Description Up to the present innovative environmental technologies are not sufficiently utilized in Mexico and Central America. One reason is the missing extension of modern environmental technologies in this region. In the last years the German environment economics has led the way worldwide and was responsible for many innovations in the area of application-oriented technologies. Three questions were the base of the survey, namely a What is the export potential of the German industrial sector of environmental technologies?
Because of the intended project effects in Germany it was necessary to create another impact-orientated monitoring-system in Germany beside the local impact-orientated monitoring-system in Mexico. For this purpose the main task was to develop an extensive indicator raster and an investigation plan for implementing two panels measuring the changes of the two target groups, the German enterprises of environmental technologies on the one hand, and central multipliers of the German environment economics on the other hand.
This included quantitative as well as qualitative data collection methods standardized survey with participating companies, a comparison group and multiplicators, analysis of documents and secondary data, guided expert interviews. Wolfgang Meyer Staff: Dr. Corporations invest in foreign countries, provide jobs, and thus generate formalized labor relations and income. Furthermore, they pay taxes that contribute to the provision of public services. At the same time, multinational corporations particularly have received criticism by being accused of supporting exploitative employment conditions and human rights abuses, causing environmental deterioration, and failing to mainstream responsible conduct in developing countries.
The GLOBAL VALUE project developed an innovative framework for assessing impacts of multinational corporations on issues related to sustainable development, working conditions, human rights, transparency, and anti-corruption. It shed light on institutional arrangement; analysed systems of governance for responsible business practices; explored responsible competitiveness; assessed the complementarity of public and private sector activities; and derived recommendations for decision makers in business, policy and non-governmental organisations.
The project was carried out by universities and civil society organisations from Europe and ICPC countries. Mentoring and coaching by experienced academics and professionals as well as building a peer network constitute the main elements of this programme. First, Module III of the project provided an overview of existing and planned actions.
Subsequently, the implementation of selected information and communication measures were analyzed to identify effects on attitude change towards grid extension, contributing factors and opportunities for optimization. Stefan Silvestrini Staff: Dr. Stefan Silvestrini Description Together with the German Institute for Development Evaluation DEval , CEval supports three projects on sustainable economic development in Myanmar, aiming to create the preconditions for identifying and assessing their impacts.
The support focusses on three projects in the fields of vocational training, private sector development and financial sector reforms, and they should provide the basis for the development of a coherent programme on sustainable economic development. However, the focus on the "scientific impact" only partially captures to what extent research contributes to solving societal or ecological problems. An increasing number of scientists and initiatives point out the responsibility of public funded science to contribute appropriate solutions for problems like global warming, food safety and loss of ecosystem services and research evaluations should set incentives to do so.
This project was aimed at contributing to the implementation of complementary assessment of activities and impact of research regarding the needs of practice and society. They include criteria for productive interactions between research and society, which make an impact probable, as well as the impact on practice and society itself. Nevertheless, broader use of the existing concepts is hampered by the lack of reliable, easy to use data.
The main task of the project was the further development and testing of a documentation and evaluation concept for agricultural research. The concept was defined to be broad enough to include all productive interactions and impacts of different types of agricultural research and can be used for the evaluation of scientists, institutions, projects and programmes. This requires a structured, standardized documentation in a database-system that enables to filter, aggregate and analyse data in different ways.
In order not to increase the effort necessary for scientists to document their projects, the developed documentation system is connected to general documentation procedures in proposals and reports for research funding but also includes project independent research. The project developed and tested the structured documentation system and an assessment framework. This included three perspectives: Scientists responsible for documentation, funding agencies and evaluation experts.
Furthermore, the project engaged in the development of applicable and accepted pathways to implement such evaluation in alignment with agricultural research and other relevant stakeholders and experts. Stefan Silvestrini Description Since , IFAD has worked to raise productivity and income of rural poor populations to overcome poverty and improve the quality of their lives.
In its long history, the Fund has developed and implemented various programs and projects all over the world. In the period of , it has aimed at improving livelihoods and food security of Before the program is phasing out in December , an external evaluation of SCAMPIS is conducted in order to assess the achievement of program objectives and outcomes.
Replicability and scaling up are core concepts in this context. The CEval evaluation team will visit each project country for 12 days to conduct interviews with main stakeholders in the implementing organizations, key persons along the MIS value chain and the primary beneficiaries. In addition, a quantitative survey will be conducted in each of the three project countries to learn more about the impact MIS has on food security in different country contexts.
Ausland mitzuarbeiten. Weiterhin sollte die Erreichung der Ziele der Programme untersucht werden. The project aim was to improve the sustainability of procurement in institutions providing inpatient care for the elderly, children and young people and people with disabilities.
At the same time, staff, residents and visitors were informed and encouraged to adopt sustainable Lifestyles. In addition, approaches to reduce the use of resources and to introduce sustainable procurement Standards tested in pilot Projects were intended to be nationally disseminated and implemented in Diakonie and Caritas institutions as well as in non-church-based social welfare organisations.
The Evaluation was formative, accompanied the process and began one and a half years into the project. It should provide relevant findings for the remaining Duration of the project and its planned continuation. Broadly speaking, a detailed Content description of the four project phases was compared to its current Status at the beginning of the Evaluation.
More specifically, the aim was to document activities which had been realised when the evalzuation began, to obtain Information on the achievements of sub-Targets "Improving Procurement Regarding Sustainability Standards", "National Dissemination of the Project", "Creating Network Structures" and to identify potentials for optimisation.
Special Focus has been laid on Institution Management and staff and how they can be motivated to pursue sustainable procurement. CEval applied a mixed method Approach focusing on qualitative Guideline-based interviews and standardised online surveys to collect relevant data. Data and method analyses were enhanced by document analyses. Christoph E. DUK eingerichtet. Sophie Wannemacher Description Evaluation as a scientific means to describe and assess interventions is gaining relevance worldwide. The needs for qualified evaluation professionals are increasing in Uganda, too. However, at the moment these needs cannot be satisfied due to lack of training- and evaluation programs in this region.
The most important component of this program is the development and implementation of a master course in evaluation in the blended-learning format at Uganda Technology and Management University UTAMU in Kampala, Uganda. Blended-learning is an innovative concept which is gaining popularity worldwide and is now the default means of teaching at UTAMU. Blended-learning unites traditional face-to-face classes with modern forms of e-learning in a didactical coherent way. An advantage of this concept is, that it is possible not only for Ugandan students to attend classes but also for all students of English-speaking African countries.
The contents of the master program have been developed in cooperation with CEval GmbH, the teachers of the German master as well as Ugandan contact persons of Makarere University and have been adapted to the Ugandan context. The Ugandan Master of Monitoring and Evaluation will comprise 15 modules in total, seven of which are in compliance with the basic teaching program of evaluation at Saarland universities.
This is to ensure that all topics relevant to acquire profound knowledge in the field of evaluation are covered. UTAMU has complemented this program with further modules regarding project management, monitoring as well as business start-up consulting. The modules are roughly comprised of web-based trainings, e-tutoring and face-to-face seminars. The teaching concepts have also been developed in cooperation with all stakeholders. The GIZ is responsible for the technical implementation of the e-learning concepts.
Two modules of the master of evaluation have been tested in an experimental phase together with UTAMU. In a next step, the seven modules have been integrated into the already existing UTAMU master and the new course of study has been submitted to the responsible committees. The course of study is now aggregated and will be introduced experimentally. A decision about whether the course of study will be continued and which modifications would be necessary for this procedure, will be made in December PROFIN also aimed at reaching a paradigm shift in Relations between international students and German universities: moving from supervision to integration.
This Evaluation analysed if the defined programme Goals were achieved and whiche Projects and measures were particularly successful and effective. CEval applied a mixed method approach to collect relevant data: an Analysis of programme documents was combined with data based on qualitative guideline-based interviews and standarised online surveys.
Since , the German Academic Exchange Service DAAD has supported this cooperation with its funding project for sending German academics to universities in developing countries. The goal of the DAAD programme was to improve the teaching situation and to set up sustainable teaching structures in developing countries by facilitating academic exchange. Therefore, the international exchange between students, PhD candidates and lecturers was one of the most important aspects in the context of this enhanced cooperation.
The focus also laid on opening up the master programme to other Central-American areas regionalisation , embedding the partnership into an existing, international network internationalisation , and adapting teaching of the master programme at UCR to regional demands and ensuing educational needs creating a distinct programme profile. The four year partnership helped establishing or expanding regional and international professional networks and developing additional capacities regarding teaching and research.
It is planned to continue with the partnership in and integrate another Latinamerican university into the cooperation. Im Rahmen der Datenauswertung und Evaluation wurden die quantitativen und qualitativen Daten der Seminarbeurteilungen der Module ausgewertet. Dieses besteht aus zwei Teilprojekten: 1. Christina Gollan Description The overarching objective of the Plan Honduras project was that girls and boys are protected from sexual violence and had access to child friendly and competent prevention and attention mechanisms from local to national level.
In order to achieve this objective, Plan Honduras developed an action programme that was to strengthen prevention, protection and attention capabilities for at-risk girls and boys and survivors of sexual violence in the family, community, municipality, departments and at the national level. Therefore the CEval adviced and trained project executives and partners in order to enable them to systematically monitor and evaluate project related activities, to identify the most relevant aspects on all impact levels, to formulate impact oriented qualitative indicators for the project contributing to gender equality, to design a data collection plan and instruments and to solve occurring challenges during the data collection and analysis process.
The knowledge transfer was facilitated through a combination of continuous consultancy, training measures and practical implementation of the consultancy and training content within an accompanied baseline study including a gender analysis as well as an accompanied interim and a final project evaluation. Methodisch umfasste die Evaluation standardisierte Online-Befragungen der Mentees und Mentorinnen zu drei Zeitpunkten. Die Ziele von Fairtrade sind u.
Methodisch basierte die Wirkungsstudie auf einer hypothesengeleiteten quasi-experimentellen Versuchsanordnung und einem Multi-Methodenansatz. Des Weiteren wurden Inhaltsanalysen sowie deskriptive und inferenzstatistische Analyseverfahren als Datenauswertungsmethoden angewandt. Die Mitarbeiterinnen wurden vonseiten des CEval entsprechend geschult und bei den ersten Erhebungen begleitet. Im Rahmen der Datenauswertung und Evaluation wurden die quantitativen und qualitativen Daten der Seminarbeurteilungen der Kurse nach Journalismus- und Management-Kursen getrennt ausgewertet.
Wolfgang Meyer Description The subject of the evaluation was the project AnschlussDirekt, initiated in by the Ministry of Economics and Science of Saarland and implemented over a period of three years. Within the scope of the project, pupils with a positive prognosis of a secondary school leaving certificate were intensively supported in the phase of vocational orientation and during the search for a training place. The support of the young people was primarily provided by the staff of the project coordination office, but also - and this is the special feature of the model project - by volunteer sponsors economic experts and human resources managers of Saarland companies.
The aim was to increase the proportion of pupils who start in-company vocational training immediately after completing secondary school. The task of the accompanying evaluation was initially to support the development of a monitoring system in which data relevant to project management can be recorded and retrieved as required. In addition, the sponsors were asked about their impressions and evaluations of the project and their consultations within the framework of a telephone survey.
Furthermore, the task of the evaluation was to record project effects at the level of the target group. To this end, standardized surveys were conducted with the young people involved in the project at various points in time. The results of these surveys were systematically compared with specially collected baseline data from pupils not participating in the project. Regular recommendations for project optimization were derived from the evaluation findings and made available to project coordination.
The final evaluation focused on identifying and evaluating the effects achieved so far and their sustainability, as well as the role and cooperation of the actors involved. In addition, recommendations for the planned second phase from should be developed on the basis of the results of the study. In accordance with CEval's multi-method approach, in addition to guideline-supported intensive interviews with program managers and representatives of partner organizations, standardized surveys of other program participants e. GTZ bzw. Vera Hennefeld Description Young Africans educated at German universities are regarded by the DAAD as important resource persons who are able to play a key role in processes of development towards rule of law, democracy and economic prosperity after their return to their home countries.
This network is intended to contribute to the expansion and deepening of academic cooperation between Sub-Sahara Africa and Germany and at the same time to promote future African leaders in the field of good governance. The members of the AGGN support the principles of good governance, recognise them and actively disseminate them. The AGGN can be understood as a long-term training programme in which up to ten new members are admitted annually.
The network currently has 32 members from fourteen African countries who meet up to three times a year for workshops and seminars. These seminars deal with various theoretical and practical aspects of good governance as well as various personal skills. The aim is to raise awareness and understanding of good governance and the associated social attitude. The task of the evaluation was to evaluate the results and effects achieved so far and, on this basis, to derive recommendations for action for the design of further programme activities.
The evaluation also takes the further development of the network and its potential into account. However, undoubtedly the largest num- school etc. Not only do they inject funds in their com- ber of men and women of Ethiopian origin are to be munities, but they also uplift the standard of living of their found in North America. Through the diversity Visa families and hence that of society. People envy them and also a lot of their In other words millions of people compete for a few own relatives have fallen into dependency syndrome. The lucky ones move to the Many young people do not work anymore, because they USA and are entitled to settle there for good.
In Europe, get cash from the USA and anecdotal evidence also the majority of Ethiopians moved as students or as refu- suggests that farmers around the Gondar area have gees, especially during the DERG regime. Many of the Ethio- cial handouts from abroad was bitterly felt when the fi- pians move to the Middle East essentially to work as nancial meltdown descended on America in autumn domestic household helpers, construction workers, Many from the Diaspora lost their jobs and some watchmen, technicians etc.
It also showed the Diaspora and their boom as many Ethiopians have gone to work as migrant relatives in Ethiopia that being someone from Diaspora workers. Hav- can Diaspora. They also do not travel to 6 1 Billion USD year. On the other hand, those sending money from the Mid- dle East, tend to give cash-handouts rather than create 5 and sustain viable businesses.
Often, the pattern of in- z. On the other basic needs products, but is centered on service indus- hand this same person wishes to have the added advan- try, with quick return options. Often, those coming from places available in one country. This is a contributing factor for like Germany, just to take one example, are punctual, the Diaspora being torn between two worlds. Others, and put forward rational arguments at work and in family who are less conscious in their daily life just shuttle be- circles. Their stay abroad has shaped the behavior and tween two worlds and take what is available.
If I express outlook of the Diaspora dramatically and they no longer it positively, they are behaving as world citizens and accept the laxity and carelessness with which people or- make the best of both opportunities; negatively ex- ganize their lives in Ethiopia. They struggle to decide if so. They have difficulty determining if Literature it is better to have some business and assets in Ethiopia, Andreas Warneke Ed.
Fi- Ethiopia. Also, social programs and coaching offered for nal Report Part 1 Transforming brain drain into brain their children abroad is not available here or only at a gain, Addis Ababa Hilton, January 14, high cost. About 50 Participants from Addis Ababa and structing condominium houses. Condominium Housing The concept of condominium housing is relatively new to Ethiopia. What to do? Who does what? At the second day practical shop.
This was helpful not only to follow up the program aspects as well as strategically and planning activities properly but also control the learning status and evaluate were on the agenda. Weit entfernt von den verbreiteten Klischee- des Debeyne, Susanne A. Untergebracht in einem werden. So sind auf beiden Seiten einzigartige Bilder entstanden. Vielen von ihnen landen in der Prosti- statt.
Geleitet und kuratiert wurde das Festival von der tution. Die erste Ausgabe vom Addis Photography Fes- Hier setzt das New Life Community College an: 15 sozial tival brachte afrikanische Fotografen und solche aus der benachteiligte Frauen im Alter von 16 bis 20 Jahren Diaspora zusammen und es fanden internationale Dialo- werden pro Lehrjahr aufgenommen und geschult. Dazu gab es ei- als Veranstaltungsorte generieren.
Es Vinia Kleinert entstand die Idee, die Studentinnen in enger Kooperati- Viele junge Menschen streben heutzutage nicht nur on mit Partnerunternehmen auszubilden, um sie optimal nach einem Auslandsabenteuer, sondern wollen sich auf den Einstieg ins Berufsleben vorzubereiten. Nach Be- schem Training in Partnerunternehmen statt. Lokale Partnerunternehmen finanzieren die Ausbil- le Entwicklung einzusetzen. Es werden Projekte in verschiedenen Sektoren und Be- 3. Mit ei- Addis Abeba! Clean den Frauen.
In mountainous areas this can nenlernten und nach einer kurzen Bekanntmachung mit produce enough clean water for a village even if there is dem Unternehmen selbst die Zusammenarbeit anfingen. We have worked in the past with the ternehmerinnen selbst. Details can be found on our website where you can hin zu Arbeiten an einem Business Plan.
Des Weiteren project. But to date our initial ef- nanzielle Mittel und andere Beihilfen bei internationalen forts have not been very successful, mainly because we und nichtstaatlichen Organisationen stellten und Versu- lack a capable and active local partner to work with the che unternahmen, neue Mitglieder zu akquirieren. We welcome menbedingungen nicht immer einfach machen, ist be- your suggestions and ideas.
Contacts: Dr. Robert merkenswert. Schemenauer, FogQuest fogquest shaw. Mesfin Shenkut, Addis Ababa msc Wirtschaft. Um so herausragender sind diese Frauen, ethionet. Aus diesem Grund sind viele der von Frauen ge- sel, Tel. Das erfolgreiche Exportieren wird auch oft durch das Fehlen internationaler Zertifikate wie z. FairTrade be- hindert. Solche Probleme las- einsetzt.
Wie kam es dazu? Trotzdem denke ich, dass wir Erfolge verbuchen e. Er war inzwischen acht Mal im Land unterwegs. Wenn durchgesetzt. Das kommt daher, dass Bauern ihre hochwertigsten Kaffees am freien Markt zu einem vielfachen des Weltmarktpreises verkaufen. Unsere treiben. Wir gehen mit fahren, wo und wie ihre Produkte hergestellt und verar- den Kaffeebauern langfristige Verbindungen ein. Auf beitet wurden. Entsprechende Angebote feebauern helfen, Stolz auf ihren Kaffee zu sein. Wir hoffen, dass wir mit unserem Beispiel zen. Uns begeistert vor allem, dass wir nicht Geld ein- des transparenten Kaffee-Kreislaufs Schule machen sammeln und spenden, sondern lediglich transparent werden und dass uns andere Unternehmen nachfolgen.
Famine and Foreigners Dem stellt der Autor die Politik u. Gravierende Men- licht. Zahlreiche Zum Abschluss besucht Gill noch ein sog. Nur bilden diese phantasievollen Arrangements keine gewachsene Tradition ab, wie es im Text anklingt. Statt dessen zeigen sie eine ganz junge Entwicklung.
Thomas Schlesier ren es vor allem die sog. Tellerlippenfrauen, die als Fo- tomotive begehrt waren. Stirbt es recht hitzig zu und eine wirkliche Begegnung kann ein Chief, wird dessen Leichnam einbalsamiert und gar nicht stattfinden. Durch das Sichtbarmachen ten Fotos.
Surhone, Mariam T. Tennoe, authentisch aus und wecken bei viel zu vielen Betrach- Susan F. Henssonow tern den Wunsch "dort unten im tiefsten Afrika" auch 70 S. Bei diesem surrea- lem Aufeinandertreffen findet eines gewiss nicht statt: Begegnung. Laut nen. Henssonow S. Heute ist Adigrat Hauptstadt der Landschaft Agame. Deshalb wird die Sprache selbst manchmal auch Aderi oder Ade- re genannt. Surhone, Miriam T.
Timpledon, ten verwandten Sprachen sind das Zay und das Silt'e. Susan F. Von ein paar Millime- e-mail ihd. Heute wird die Dehnung vielerorts in tung und im Umgang mit der Zeit. Aber wenn ein Land, das Senke hin zu bewegen. Auch deutsche In- which will now become the owner of the CMTM and the vestoren seien darin verwickelt. It was specifically tai- deutschen Investoren vorstellig zu werden.
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PIN has been present in Ethiopia since Obwohl Teff Eragrostis Tef eine der Er- wie vor besorgniserregend. Viele Oppositionspoliti- deutsche Landwirte. Alternative geboten werden kann. Der Anbau von Teff ist offensichtlich nicht verboten. Bis zu 13 Millionen sind Februar , S. Es werden jetzt doch etwas zielstrebiger gesetzli- Ressourcen nutzen wollte.
Marie-Luise Kreuter Samstag 2. Somali forces in the Press Review area had been outraged by the Ethiopian move and in response Somalis attacked Ethiopians in the region. The clash is said to be a clear sign that Ethiopian forces, compiled by which had already crossed into Somalia, are present inside Somalia Harmen Storck soil Allafrica. Kenya plans to help create an autonomous region on the border with Somalia as one way of stabilising the lawless country.
A leaked US embassy cable says the Jubaland region will provide a buffer - Conflict in Somalia - zone and prevent the entry of refugees and illegal arms into the country. However, Ethiopia is not enthusiastic about the plan, dubbed the Jubaland Initiative, because of its likely impact on its At least one Somali soldier and another civilian were injured after own Somali-dominated Ogaden region where rebels are fighting for the transitional federal government forces clashed with Ethiopian autonomy.
The confrontation, carry out the plan given the strong presence of al-Shabaab rebels in which lasted a limited amount of time, sparked after Ethiopian forces Jubaland whose capital city is Kismayo Daily Nation, Dec. Prime Minister Meles Zenawi will hold a meeting with mer- GNP, Economic Growth, Budget chants who produce food items, detergents and other manufactured The Council of Ministers discussed and approved an additional 7. The merchants and firms that will take part in the meeting billion birr budget plan. The annual budget from A total of 2. Pensioners will also Trade aimed at stabilising prices on short, medium and long-term become beneficiaries from the budgetary increase.
They total to basis and ease the pressure exerted by inflation. It is to be recalled , throughout the country. The proclamation has provisions for the establishment of 1. According to sources, the devaluation of the birr has rights. Consumers complain that inflation was mounting at a gallop- enabled the gaining of an additional 3 birr on each dollar obtained in ing pace following the devaluation of the birr and the announcement the form of foreign aid Reporter, Jan.
The procla- years. Despite the prices has come into force throughout the country. It applies for do- continuous increase in the volume of agricultural output, the price mestic and foreign manufactured products. According to the sched- for agricultural products, however, remains high, the economist said. The Fund said oil has been fixed at IMF further indicated that inflation may tempo- gle, Jan. According to the Fund, Ethiopia has rate to 5.
IMF added that, based on a much stronger per- Bloomberg, Dec. NBE Governor, Teklewold Atnafu, told Journalists that the bank made the change effective November 2, He said the bank has also started a new bid bond saving to encourage savings by the wider low income public Inflation, Exchange Rate, Interest Rates from any parts of the country. According to him the list price of a bond is Birr. He said the interest rate of the bond will be calcu- The current inflation prevailing in the Ethiopian market is an out- lated in consideration to the national inflation rate.
The payment rate come of the fiscal policy followed by the government from for the bond from one to five years is 5. For more than five years E. He agrees with Sep. He in October, with all food components except cereals rising. He explained that on the back of global food and fuel prices Reuters, Nov. However, the target reached was 18 million MT only, he said. The imbalance be- tween production and the money in circulation brought about infla- The Ministry of Industry said some agro-processing, textile, tion.
Another economist said that the price control measure had leather manufacturing industry projects among others are under way been delayed and, in addition, it had not been studied properly. Upon going fully opera- Minister of State Ahmed Tusa said that the items included in the tional the projects create employment for more than 59, people, Melaku Taye, corporate communication head, said.
He said more than 8, pro- fied its role and designed a five-year strategic plan in line with the jects worth over 93m birr have been licensed and are in the pipeline. He said the bank has al- More than 10, projects worth billion birr have been imple- ready launched the strategic plan after thorough discussions with its mented since , Melaku said ENA, December The House of Peoples' Representatives approved five loan and aid The Ministry of Industry said that it obtained some The first agreement the House endorsed was chemicals over the past five months.
The loan will be used ported period has shown an increase of over The to the same period in the last fiscal year. The loan will support the coun- said. The amount secured during the report period surpasses that of try to complete the installation of distribution networks and build last year similar period by 6.
The fund will be used sector, according to Yewilsew. The money will be used for the development of the sugar Global Ltd. The loan will enable the factory to increase its annual market potential by selling crops grown on land leased from the sugar production to 1.
The intention is to sell plementary financing agreement providing for electricity transmis- the crops within the member Common Market for Eastern and sion system development amounting to 3. Neighbouring and regional countries loan and grant. According to the agreement, around 2. The fund would according to Access Capital.
Somalia and Sudan, for example, are help Ethiopia provide sustainable power for north, eastern and both individually larger export markets for Ethiopia than the U. According to the agree- ment, the loan will be used to supplement the implementation of Investment and Investment Policy Protection of Basic Services PBS-II project, being implemented in the country since May with the co-operation of development Wenji Sugar Factory, which is currently undertaking an upgrading partners, replacing PBS-I. Finance and Economic Development and expansion project at a cost of 4.
Meka- health, agriculture, water supply and sanitation, as well as rural sha Ketyibel, general manger of the sugar factory said that the ex- roads. Sufian said the loan will also help Ethiopia to deepen trans- pansion project will help the country not only meet its domestic de- parency and local accountability in service delivery ENA, Dec.
The two phase expansion project, the first phase being underway amounting to 6. According to the agreement, the grant factory is situated, and the second in the town of Welenchity on a amount will be used for the procurement of equipment and services 6, ha plot, is expected to be fully operational by The first for the implementation of the projects as well as for the necessary phase of the expansion project will double the current producing ca- fees in the implementation process ENA, Nov.
According to a Ethiopian Standardization Authority. The authority said that the statement issued by IMF, the approval will enable Ethiopia to draw products of the two cement factories were a source of threat as far about The factories were ordered not to sell able under the arrangement about The factories are located at Holeta and Adama. In a press conference the authority held yesterday, January 21, it was Foreign Trade revealed that the steps against the two factories were taken follow- ing a sudden on site inspection conducted to check the workings The Development Bank of Ethiopia DBE has set aside a loan of 38 and products of 11 cement factories operating in the country.
An billion Birr for huge investment projects with a special emphasis on official of the authority said that there is evidence of bridges and export-oriented in the coming five years. Ministry Corporate Communication Director- capital of about 4 billion USD have invested in the areas of mining, ate Acting Director, Melaku Taye, told that the 2, investors are floriculture, horticulture, construction, manufacturing, textiles and currently at the implementation, operation and pre-implementation leather.
Based on the above mentioned facts, the study further es- stages. He said the investment projects have created job opportuni- timated that the bilateral trade between India and African countries ties to more than , people. He added that the number of in- would grow up to 57 billion USD by from the current level of vestors keen to engage in agro-processing has been increasing close to Soneji said that out of the projected two- with over The Agency Director General, Abi Woldemeske, said tural products, chemical and chemical products, pharmaceuticals, Saudi Arabia stood first in terms of investment injecting 50 billion leather and leather products, textile and garment, cement and glass Birr in Ethiopia over the last five years followed by India, whose in- manufacturing.
Eight cement factories worth 3. Chinese, Sudanese and Turk- been constructed in different parts of the country by Chinese inves- ish Investors are the third, fourth and fifth top investors in Ethiopia. The remaining three are expected to become lion, However, operational in the current Ethiopian calendar year.
Upon becoming China outranks the rest of the countries in terms of the number of fully operational, the factories will have capacity to produce 3. The lion tons of cement annually State media, Nov. Chinese have investment projects in Ethiopia followed by Su- danese which has projects. Abi said all investment projects by foreign and Ethiopian investors have created more than 1.
The co- the town administration said. The investment projects include hotels operatives have enabled the nation to get The projects have port of ornament minerals and gold through the National Bank of so far created 1, jobs.
The Deputy Mayor said the town admini- Ethiopia. The amount secured during the reported period is signifi- stration has already designated 45 ha for interested investors ENA, cantly greater than that of last year, according to Public Relations Nov. Stratex has acquired the lies in the sector. Among them is the sq. The Mille-Serdo 3. Company at a cost of 35m birr was inaugurated. In- Ethiopia has issued exploration rights to UK-based Sheba Explora- dustry State Minister, Taddesse Haile, said that the transformation tion for two sites in the northern Tigray region, the company said.
Factory Manager, Riad Yusuf said explore the reserves. Sheba foreign currency to be spent on the product. He added that the fac- Exploration said the license was for gold and base metals covering tory had now created 70 job opportunities and offered relevant train- about sq. C was inaugurated. The factory, built on 80, sq. General Manager trench results revealed a It will also encompass the Dina target, which is lo- people.
The General Manager also announced plans that the fac- cated 2. This will enable it to produce products valued at m Terms agreement with privately owned LozBez Mining Private Ltd. In a statement, the company combined capital have been engaged in agro-processing activities said the license area covers sq. The deal is in line with Stratex's the coming two years. Wondim said, during the first phase of the strategy to increase its land possession in the prospective Ethiopian project, 15 parking areas would be constructed in this Ethiopian gold sector.
Gold mineralization has been identified over a striking budget year while the remaining parking areas will be contracted in length of approximately five kilometers associated with intrusive the next Ethiopian fiscal year. He said the government would cover rocks and a major NE-trending linear feature. State at a cost of more than six million Birr was inaugurated. The bank bought only kg the state due to the attention given by the regional government to of gold from July-September Placer gold alluvial gold is tra- expand the mass media ENA, Nov.
Previously, traditional gold The Ethiopian Roads Authority ERA said Chinese contractors miners were forced to sell the placer gold only to NBE at uncompeti- have taken part in the construction of road projects valued at 24 bil- tive prices and most of the gold was smuggled out of the country by lion Birr during the past ten years. Individuals were not allowed to trade raw gold. Some 53 of the stated number of projects were tional miners and sell it to the state bank at globally competitive constructed by foreign companies, he said.
Chinese contractors prices, enabling the Ministry to control the illicit gold trade and in- constructed 41 of the projects, which cost 24 billion Birr, he said crease the gold supply to the bank significantly. The company annually produces 3. Energy Supply It exports the entire produce to Europe, mainly to Switzerland. The minister said power supply has reached The Ministry of Mines signed an agreement with C.
The problem is electric transmission conges- Oromia State with three billion Birr capital. According to the agree- tion and not shortage of power, the minister said, adding, new elec- ment, the license area covers an area of ha. The licensee has tric transmission cables are being installed to curb the problem.
The company will produce Dam, which will be completed in the coming February, will help to Upon going curb the power interruption problem ENA, Jan. Ltd, one of the have been licensed and engaged in the extraction and development leading manufactures of wind turbines and provider of total wind of minerals. The C. Clinker Manufacturer will contribute significant power solution in China, announced it has signed a wind power share in the efforts to meet the local demand for cement through equipment supply contract with Hydro China International Engineer- supplying limestone to cement factories in the country ENA, Nov.
Gold- Com reported that the contract includes 34 wind tur- bines of its 1. The wind turbines will be delivered in In addition, the tow Transport and Communication sides will enter into a 5-year operation and maintenance service contract. The Roads and Transport Bureau of the Addis Ababa City Admini- stration announced that it has purchased city buses to alleviate In line with its strategy to boost energy infrastructure to accelerate the transportation problem in the capital.
Currently, only of the during the last few weeks of For Ethiopia, the Bank approved buses are operating in the city, he said, adding, the remaining are a loan of about USD It consists of the construction, on a turnkey basic Activities are under way to implement a road development program of four KV transmission line and related substation ENA, Dec. The restarting of ser- plemented in the country in the years between and E.
He said Woldegebriel, said micro and small-scale road construction institu- Gibe II has the capacity of producing Megawatt of electricity tions will take part in the program. Zayid said 71, km roads inter- ENA, Dec. The corporate planning dierector-general of the Ethio- crease the number of aircraft accommodation capacity to 43 from pian Electric Light and Power Authority said that the corporation just 18 now.
Public Relations Head, Wondim Teklu, said that the does not accept such a statement and that the current study is too scanty to warrant such a conclusion Ehio-Channel, Dec. Communication Affairs head with the bureau, rights to 61 domestic innovations. Intellectual Property Office within Abera Lemma, told that more than 5. Most of the innovations are original and well-developed, Jan. The creative works include printing, irrigation de- The Central Statistics Agency CSA said Ethiopia will harvest more velopment, fishing, and equipment utilized to prevent pollution.
Similarly, the of- million. According to the assessment, she said that over The Ministry of Civil Service announced that the Ethiopian govern- The readjustment bene- meher. She said the output expected from the small-scale farmers fits more than 1. The director said lice and defense force members, members of the parliament, courts more than 9.
The readjustment has given special con- during the harvest year State media, Dec. Agency Director, Daba Orya told journalists that the readjustment and increment were made taking into considera- The construction of the main dam for the Koga irrigation and water- tion the low amount of payment the beneficiaries were receiving. Ministry Public Relations and Communica- fund in the country. He said the dam has already started storing water. He further said Of the total of 3, buildings now under construction in Addis some According to Bi- cure a construction permit and to qualify for use after completion.
He said over m birr was spent so far out of the m birr Building Authority of the Addis Ababa city Council. This year, the au- required for the project. Upon completion, the project would benefit thority has carried out significant supervisory activities to live up to 67, farmers, he said WIC, Dec.