[FoME] Evaluation of Media Cooperation Programme (MCP) of the Danish Arab Partnership Programme

Sofie Jannusch Sofie.Jannusch at CAMECO.ORG
Do Jul 4 16:28:03 CEST 2013

Evaluation of Media Cooperation Programme (MCP) of the Danish Arab
Partnership Programme
(DAPP) published today
“The Danish Arab Partnership Programme (DAPP) is a long-term programme
with the dual objectives of 
1) Supporting local reform processes in the Middle East and North
Africa (MENA region) and 
2) Establishing a basis for improved dialogue, understanding and
cooperation between Arab countries and Denmark.
Media support has been the biggest programme under the DAPP with a
total of 178 million DKK (approx. Euro 24 Mio) being allocated to these
activities during the period 2005-2012. 
The evaluation applies OECD/DAC’s five criteria: relevance, efficiency,
effectiveness, (emerging) impacts, and sustainability to answer the
overall evaluation questions, including whether and how the media
cooperation activities have contributed to media reform in the Arab
countries and to enhanced dialogue between professional media partners
in Arab countries and in Denmark. Other key questions include the extent
to which DAPP and MCP programmes and projects have been able to adjust
and respond to the dynamic changes in the region and which lessons can
be learned for future media cooperation and professionalization of the
media in the MENA region. (Excerpts from Danida website)
The overall study frame included 20 different regional and country
programmes.  Five countries were assessed: Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Yemen
and Tunisia. The intervention areas sampled for assessments were:
investigative journalism, media monitoring, legal reform, online media,
public service broadcasting (PSB), documentary filmmaking and twinnings.

The complete report, the executive summary and the “Final Management
response & Follow-up Notes” are accessible on

A. Sofie Jannusch
P.O.Box 10 21 04
52021 Aachen
Fon: **49-241-70 13 12 12
skype: sofie.jannusch
Fax:  **49-241-70 13 12 33
Email: sofie.jannusch at cameco.org
Internet: http://www.cameco.org 
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