This project is an extension of the “Maternal and Child Health Project at Chimaltenango, Guatemala”, in which the effectiveness of local training programs was highly approved through a project completion evaluation. The project is conducted to clarify the success and failure factors of the previous project, and to examine the sustainability of its outcomes and impact.
The “Maternal and Child Health Project at Chimaltenango, Guatemala consists of the elements for the improvement of Guatemala’s basic maternal and child health infrastructure such as construction of maternal and child health center, construction of public clinic, and capacity building for nurses and healthcare providers.
The report concentrates on a selection of results generated from Swedish support and on the functioning of the strategy as a management instrument.
The purpose of the evaluation is to contribute to learning regarding Swedish support to democracy and human rights and to provide input for future government policy development.
The education and training of ICT were adopted and implemented as a political means to enhance the administrative efficiency in Iraq, and as a direct and indirect political means for economic development in Guatemala.
The project intended to help refugees from the Guatemalan civil war that lasted 36 years. The evaluation team visited four villages where the project was performed and carried out surveys with every family in those four villages.
This report synthesises the findings and lessons learned from an evaluation of Norway’s and Sweden’s aid interventions intended to promote child rights in four countries: Guatemala, Kenya, Mozambique and Sudan.
A pesar de condiciones marco difíciles y conflictivas, las medidas evaluadas se han mostra-do generalmente sensibles referente a las posibles repercusiones conflictivas de sus propias intervenciones (no hacer daño).
Norwegian support for democratic development and UN agencies’ roles in this arekey tenets in Norway’s development assistance. The UN role is seen as particularlyrelevant in fragile situations.
Éste es el informe final de la evaluación del Programa de Cooperación Bilateral del Ministerio de Trabajo e Inmigración (MTIN), correspondiente al periodo 2003-2008, que se ha desarrollado durante los meses de julio a diciembre del año 2008.