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This report presents the findings of an evaluation of a large portion of Norwegian development cooperation that has not previously been systematically evaluated.
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The report sums up the various evaluation reports produced or contributed to by the Evaluation Department in 2009.
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This report, prepared at the request of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, presentsthe evaluation of one of the more controversial parts of Norwegian developmentcooperation, the institutions and arrangements for channelling support to politicalparties in partner countries.
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The study discusses different models of legislatures and political and electoral systems, with particular emphasis on fragile states. It also presents an overview of agencies specialised in this field, and of trends of donor support.
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The purpose of the evaluation was to assess relevance, effectiveness and efficiency of the HIV/AIDS Team.The evaluation concludes that the TEAM has added vitality to regional responses to HIV and AIDS in Africa.
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This evaluation report concludes that Norwegian People’s Aid is one of very few organisations that is engaged in operational mine clearance programmes, development of new methodologies as well as advocacy, areas that are mutually reinforcing.
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This is the first country report as part of a broad evaluation of Norwegian business related development aid, an evaluation commissioned by the Evaluation Department of Norad.
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This synthesis study is based on a number of evaluations and specialised articles by a selection of multilateral organisations engaged in environmental assistance. These evaluation reports and specialised articles have been selected by Norad’s Evaluation Department.
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The purpose of the evaluation has been to assess whether Norway has, with its transitional assistance, contributed to increased security and stability, and whether gains achieved are likely to be sustainable.
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Norad’s Evaluation Department decided in April 2008 to carry out baseline studies in order to better measure the results of the developmental and environmental efforts supported, in the context of Norway’s Environmental Action Plan.