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.

5-September-2013

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A Framework for Analyzing Participation in Development

One way to improve and strengthen aid, according to a number of international aid agencies, is to support recipient governments to ‘take ownership’ of aid activities. In arguing for a stronger ownership of development and aid processes, the focus has primarily been on recipient governments rather than the local populations in villages, towns and cities that are the ultimate target group and end users of most development aid.

5-September-2013

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Review of the Danish Demining Group (DDG) Humanitarian Mine Action Support to the National Strategy through Clearance and Enhanced Quality Project in Afghanistan (October 2010 – September 2013)

Demining efforts by the Danish Demining Group and its peers, the 1,861 km2 of minefields and battle areas recorded in 1989 had been reduced by over 70%, including the majority of populated areas. The goal of the evaluated three-year project, is to assist the Government of Afghanistan and the Mine Action Coordinating Committee for Afghanistan (MACCA) in achieving the aims of the Afghanistan Compact and comply with the Ottawa Convention.

4-September-2013

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Evaluation of Five Humanitarian Programmes of the Norwegian Refugee Council and of the Standby Roster NORCAP

The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) has in general delivered agreed outputs in the humanitarian programmes examined, and has managed to do so under extremely difficult conditions. NRC has good access to difficult areas and its conflict sensitivity is apparent. If the identified shortcomings are remedied, the emergency roster could according to the evaluator increase its relevance and efficiency.

3-September-2013

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Case Country Report - South Sudan of the Evaluation of five Humanitarian Programs of the Norwegian Refugee Council and of the Standby Roster NORCAP

Case Country Report - South Sudan of the Evaluation of five Humanitarian Programs of the Norwegian Refugee Council and of the Standby Roster NORCAP

3-September-2013

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Case Country Report - Somalia of the Evaluation of five Humanitarian Programs of the Norwegian Refugee Council and of the Standby Roster NORCAP.

Case Country Report - Somalia of the Evaluation of five Humanitarian Programs of the Norwegian Refugee Council and of the Standby Roster NORCAP.

3-September-2013

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Case Country Report - Pakistan of the Evaluation of five Humanitarian Programs of the Norwegian Refugee Council and of the Standby Roster NORCAP

Case Country Report - Pakistan of the Evaluation of five Humanitarian Programs of the Norwegian Refugee Council and of the Standby Roster NORCAP

3-September-2013

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ANNEXE: Evaluation of Five Humanitarian Programmes of the Norwegian Refugee Council and of the Standby Roster NORCAP.

ANNEXE to the evaluation report on Five Humanitarian Programmes of the Norwegian Refugee Council and of the Standby Roster NORCAP.

31-August-2013

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Climate Change and IDB: Building Resilience and Reducing Emissions

This paper describes the approach to be taken by the Office of Evaluation and Oversight (OVE) to evaluating the assistance of the IDB (or IADB) to responses to climate change. It documents and draws lessons from what the IDB has done over the past decade with a view to making a strong future contribution to increasing climate-change resilience and reducing GHG emissions in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC).

31-August-2013

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Joint Evaluation of the International Support to the Peace Process in Nepal 2006-12

This evaluation of the international support to the peace process in Nepal focuses on the contributions made by Denmark, Switzerland and Finland in the period from 2006 to May 2012. The contributions by these focal development partners are viewed in the context of support from other development partner countries, especially where provided through joint funds.

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