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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.
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The aim of this report was to “come up with recommendations on how further efficiency gains can be made within the overall health architecture”.
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The evaluation report gives an overview of the support from 2000 to 2008, with a closer look at three countries - Ethiopia, Malawi and Nepal. The report shows that 60 cultural heritage projects were supported during this periode.
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The evaluation of development aid through Norwegian NGOs in Northern Uganda is the second country oriented report in response to the Rattsø commision. It aims at assessing the achievements of Norwegian organisations and their partners in this part of Uganda.
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This report is the annual report 2008 of the Evaluation of Norwegian Development Cooperation.
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This evaluation aims at assessing the contributions of the four most important Norwegian research institutions to the Norwegian conflict prevention and peacebuilding efforts and the relationship between the Government and the institutions.
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Two main questions were asked in this evaluation: What has been the added value of the team? And how effective is the team as a working model for joint donor engagement in fragile states?