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This report is the internal evaluation of the Flemish Nation Rural Network for 2017, which compares the objectives with the achievements. The overarching themes in the evaluation are: organisation, communication and transnational support. In addition, the report also briefly explains what the Flemish EIP Network did in 2017.

This evaluation report examines how the rural network and its activities are coordinated. The Network Services Unit has succeeded in achieving its performance targets for 2015 and 2016.

The report also presents development proposals based on evaluation findings.

The evaluation of the rural network has been carried out in the summer of 2017

This is the report of the ongoing evaluation of the Rural Network. The evaluators have observed, analysed and conducted a dialogue with actors in the Rural Network.

The evaluation points to how the work of setting goals and planning the business so that it becomes consistent, effective and efficient can contribute to the activities being selected and designed so that they contribute to the goals set.

This is the report of the ongoing evaluation of the Rural Network. The evaluators have observed, analysed and conducted a dialogue with actors in the Rural Network.

The evaluation points to how the work of setting goals and planning the business so that it becomes consistent, effective and efficient can contribute to the activities being selected and designed so that they contribute to the goals set.

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This report summarises the major outcomes of the Good Practice Workshop (GPW), “National Rural Networks’ (NRNs) support to the evaluation of RDPs”, which took place on 30 November – 1 December in Athens (Greece).

The aim of this workshop was to explore the possible activities of NRNs in supporting the evaluation of RDPs throughout the evaluation cycle. This workshop provided a space for the exchange of experiences on how NRNs can support building evaluation capacities and raising awareness on evaluation. Furthermore, participants discussed challenges and developed recommendations for the more efficient use of NRN resources in supporting RDP evaluations.

This workshop brought together evaluators, Managing Authorities, NRNs, EC representatives, researchers, evaluators, rural development stakeholders and members of the Evaluation Helpdesk team.

Practical examples from the Italian and Portugese NRNs as well as poster presentations from Germany, France, Latvia, Poland and Estonia were presented during this workshop and are summarised in this report.

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Discover articles on:

  • Synthesis of the Annual Implementation Reports submitted in 2017
  • Taking stock of how Member States are monitoring and assessing their HNV farmland
  • How NRNs can support evaluation activities

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  • Measuring impacts of RDPs

 

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The Guidelines: Evaluation of National Rural Networks 2014-2020 is a non-binding document, which serves to complement the legal requirements relating to NRN evaluations. The document clarifies the common elements related to NRN evaluations and gives a wider set of recommendations on how to formulate and manage NRN evaluations, both as a stand-alone exercise and as a part of RDP evaluations.