• 15-June-2015

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    Evaluation of Norway’s support to women’s rights and gender equality in development cooperation

    The report assesses the extent to which results have been achieved and whether they are in line with the Action Plan for Women’s Rights and Gender Equality in development cooperation and its four thematic priorities: political empowerment, economic empowerment, sexual and reproductive health rights and violence against women.

  • 25-August-2014

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    Real-Time Evaluation of Norway’s International Climate and Forest Initiative- Annexes

    This report presents the findings of a real-time evaluation of Norway’s International Climate and Forest Initiative support of efforts to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation, taking into account forest conservation, sustainable management of forests and the enhancement of forest carbon stocks (REDD+). Annexes

  • 25-August-2014

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    Real-Time Evaluation of Norway’s International Climate and Forest Initiative Synthesising Report 2007-2013

    This report presents the findings of a real-time evaluation of Norway’s International Climate and Forest Initiative support of efforts to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation, taking into account forest conservation, sustainable management of forests and the enhancement of forest carbon stocks (REDD+).

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  • 10-April-2014

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    Can We Demonstrate the Difference that Norwegian Aid Makes? Volume 2

    This second volume contains contains annex 4-6 on Data and instruments; Comparator agency study; and Methodology and analytical framework.

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  • 10-April-2014

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    Can We Demonstrate the Difference that Norwegian Aid Makes? Volume 1

    This report presents the findings, conclusions and recommendations from a study into the reasons why grants supported by the Norwegian Aid Administration are proving difficult to evaluate and therefore why it is hard to judge how successful Norway’s aid programme is. The first document includes annex 1-3; Terms of Reference, list of persons consulted and a table summarising findings, conclusions and recommendations.

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  • 13-November-2013

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    Evaluation of Norway’s Bilateral Agricultural Support to Food Security

    The purpose of this evaluation was “to assess to what extent Norwegian funds for agriculture have contributed to food security, with a view to get recommendations for future support”. The period under evaluation was 2005-2011.

  • 13-November-2013

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    Evaluation of the Norway India Partnership Initiative for Maternal and Child Health - Annnexes

    With this the Evaluation Department in Norad issues a request for proposals from researchers/consultants interested in designing and conducting a process evaluation of the Norway-India Partnership Initiative (NIPI) phase I. Annexes 4-12

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  • 13-November-2013

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    Evaluation of the Norway India Partnership Initiative for Maternal and Child Health - Report

    The evaluation aims to take stock of the Norway India Partnership Initiative as it begins Phase II, focusing on the design, governance and implementation arrangements/processes (including a process review of two NIPI interventions), and the extent to which it has met its stated goals/results.

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  • 13-November-2013

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    Evaluation of Norwegian Development Cooperation - Annual Report 2012

    The evaluation work in Norad seeks to document to what extent Norwegian development cooperation is relevant, effective and achieves the intended results. The goal is both to learn by collecting lessons, and to hold the aid administration accountable.

  • 6-September-2013

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    A Study of Monitoring and Evaluation in Six Norwegian Civil Society Organisations

    Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) have always been leading participants in development and humanitarian activities, in channelling large amounts of development cooperation money from both government funds and other sources into a range of projects and programmes. Like others, they are expected to show the results of their activities and for that purpose they have developed systems for monitoring and evaluation.

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