This factsheet sheds light on the methodology used in the ongoing thematic evaluation carried out in five German federal states. The evaluation has already been conducted by the Thünen-Institute of Farm Economics in the programming period 2007-2013 and is again being carried out for the 2014–2020 RDPs.
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This analysis examines the extent to which Regional Development Strategies (RES) for the implementation of LEADER in Thuringia correspond to the intentions and objectives of the RDP and to what extent the design of the RES is coherent with objectives and identified needs of the RDP. The study captures quantitative and qualitative aspects. The report covers the SWOT and needs assessments included in the RES, as well as the LEADER-specific target indicators of the EU's Joint Monitoring and Assessment System (CMES). In addition, the provisions of the RAG for monitoring and evaluation is also included in the analysis.
Thus, the present analysis is a building block for evaluation of LEADER in the context of the evaluation of the RDP.
The present report contains the content of the Annual Implementation Report for 2016 (AIR 2017) and the results of the evaluation during the program period as of 22 May 2017.
In 2017, the formative thematic evaluation of the AECMs was conducted. It aimed to estimate the relevance and applicability of the RDP in Mayotte.
The results of the evaluation shed light on the Managing Authorities choices concerning the modifications of Measure 10 to be submitted to the European Commission in order to envisage the opening and the access of the AECMs to farmers of the territory in 2018.
The study evaluates both the overall mechanism of the AECMs and the operational character of the AECMs in Mayotte on an individual basis.
This factsheet provides an overview of the tendering and contracting process for the ex ante evaluation in Greece of the rural development programme (RDP) 2014–2020 and lessons learned for future evaluations.
This factsheet draws attention to a new targeted and cost-effective concept for HNV monitoring in Germany, which has been developed by the Agency for Nature Conservation (BfN) in cooperation with private consultants.