Aid Effectiveness

Work under Aid Effectiveness is intended to inform the government, civil society, and the international development community about successes and pitfalls of development aid intervention through a systemic examination of the flows, processes, outputs, and impacts of intervention. APPRO has evaluated a large number of programs and projects implemented by national and international organizations. While the findings from these evaluations remain confidential to APPRO’s clients, the evaluations have provided in-depth insights into operational issues and challenges associated with development aid provision in a variety of contexts including humanitarian aid, women’s rights, vocational training, security sector reform, access to justice, access to health and education, natural resource management, and agricultural development. The learning from these evaluations has provided APPRO with a rich reservoir of knowledge for designing applied social research, monitoring systems, evaluations, and training. See Training for more information. See Publications for sample reports.