English, , 1,023kb
These case reports are not independent evaluations of the programmes or projects discussed, but rather studies of both the decisions taken by Norway and the UN to support the particular democratic development process.
English, , 1,531kb
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.
English, , 420kb
This report is a summary of the “Evaluation on Multilateral ODA: The United Nations Trust Fund for Human Security” undertaken by the External Advisory Meeting on ODA Evaluation upon request by the International Cooperation Bureau of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) of Japan.
English, , 513kb
This synthesis provides an overview of recent impact studies in the field of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR).
English, PDF, 1,006kb
Integrating the Rights Perspective in Programming: Lessons learnt from Swedish-Kenyan development cooperation
The Swedish Embassy has made great strides in developing the capacity to promote the integration of the principles of the rights perspective in programming. However, there remain challenges in further institutionalising and sustaining capacity develop-ment over time.
English, PDF, 294kb
Employing state of the art guidelines in the field of evaluation of D/HR support, the report outlines criteria for the development of D/HR indicators and data collection.
English, , 1,069kb
This is an evaluation of Parliamentarians for Global Action’s Peace & DemocracyProgramme with a special focus on Africa. It has been commissioned by Danida and conducted by COWI A/S.
English, , 336kb
The evaluation intends to investigate to what extent UNDP’s activities in conflict-afflicted countries contributed to the goal of human security defined broadly as ‘freedom from fear’ and ‘freedom from want’.
English, , 4,382kb
Humanitarian and Reconstruction Assistance to Afghanistan, 2001 - 2005: From Denmark, Ireland, the Netherlands, Sweden and the United Kingdom; A Joint Evaluation
A Joint Evaluation by Denmark, Ireland, the Netherlands, Sweden and the United Kingdom
English, , 174kb
Disabled People’s International (DPI) is an international advocacy organization representing associations of disabled people (National Assemblies - NAs) from 135 countries.