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Conclusions and recommendations

The Global Programme had the challenging task of providing viable programming strategies for convergence of global and regional programme efforts, while remaining relevant to a wide range of country contexts and regional priorities but not duplicating the work of other—regional or country—programmes. The analysis of evaluation findings raises the question of whether or not the Global Programme, in its present form, is the appropriate approach for achieving the goals outlined.

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