EU, Botswana Evaluate Development Cooperation

source: Mmegi
Baboki Kayawe
Staff Writer

The Botswana government and the European Union hosted a one-day seminar last Thursday to evaluate development cooperation between them. The seminar looked at the results of an evaluation of the European Commission (EC) Botswana Development Co-operation from 1997 to 2013, which was taken in June this year.

Head of the EU delegation, Paul Malin said the review has shown that the construction of technical colleges is the most visible development born from the cooperation.

Malin said they seek to learn lessons from the previous projects in planning for the next funding phase. He explained that the report will be taken into account as they review strategy and financial allocation. He added that they are currently engaged in [continue reading]

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