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The evaluation assessed the relevance, effectiveness and the efficiency of the Bolivia Country Program during the period 1995 to 2005. Overall, the CIDA program was found to be relevant to the Bolivian context. The Agency has been responsive to the needs and priorities of the Bolivian government and has been consistent with Government of Canada and CIDA policies and priorities. The evaluation concluded that CIDA was flexible and responsive to the reform agenda of the Bolivian government during the 1990s, supporting government initiatives to liberalize the economy, improve public institutions and decentralize decision-making.

The evaluation also assessed how the program was managed. The evaluation team concluded that while the program was flexible to the needs of the Bolivians, political instability in the country and the Agency's centralized decision making system constrained its operational efficiency.

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Bolivia Country Program Evaluation