• 1 Executive Summary
  • 2 Introduction
  • 2.1 Objectives and scope of the review
  • 2.2 Structure of the report
  • 3 Context and methodology of the review
  • 3.1 Context of the review
  • 3.2 Review methodology
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  • 4 Reconstructed intervention logics (IL)
  • 4.1 Evolution of the Cotonou Partnership Agreement
  • 4.2 Overall intervention logic
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  • 4.3 Pillar I: Political dimension
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  • 4.4 Pillar II: Trade and economic co-operation
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  • 4.5 Pillar III: Development co-operation
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  • 5 Evidence linked to the evaluation questions
  • 5.1 EQ 1 – Political and policy dialogue
  • 5.2 EQ 2 – Human rights, democracy, rule of law and good governance
  • 5.3 EQ 3 – Peace and security
  • 5.4 EQ 4 – Migration
  • 5.5 EQ 5 – Integration of ACP states into the world economy and their share in international trade
  • 5.6 EQ 6 – EU-ACP international economic and trade co-operation
  • 5.7 EQ 7 Macroeconomic reforms, private sector and investment
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  • 5.8 EQ 8 –Social infrastructure and services
  • 5.9 EQ 9 Cross-cutting issues
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  • 5.10 EQ 10 – Poverty reduction and the needs of most vulnerable groups
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  • 5.11 EQ 11 – Joint institutions
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  • 5.12 EQ 12 – Mix of tools
  • 6 Information gaps and possible ways to filling them
  • 7 Conclusions per DAC criteria
  • 7.1 Relevance of the CPA as it appears from the strategic evaluations
  • 7.2 Effectiveness of CPA as from the strategic evaluations
  • 7.3 Impacts of CPA as from the strategic evaluations
  • 7.4 Sustainability of the achievements so far, as from the strategic evaluation
  • 7.5 Efficiency of the CPA as from the strategic evaluations
  • 7.6 EU value added and 3 Cs, in the framework of CPA, as from the strategic evaluations
  • 8 Main lessons learned from the evaluations
  • 9 Annexes