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This report synthesises the findings and lessons learned from an evaluation of Norway’s and Sweden’s aid interventions intended to promote child rights in four countries: Guatemala, Kenya, Mozambique and Sudan.
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Gender Aware Approaches in Agricultural Programmes: A study of Sida-supported Agricultural Programmes
Concern about the ability of the world’s ecosystems to continue supporting human life on earth is resulting in a renewed attentiveness to agriculture and its multi functional character. In 2008 alone three major publications reported on the need to focus policy attention on food and farming.
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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.
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Supporting Ownership, Swedish Development Cooperation with Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda (Volume 1: Synthesis Report)
Looking at Swedish development cooperation with three countries in East Africa, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda, this study tries to find out how a longstanding Swedish policy of facilitating and promoting partner country, half a dozen projects and programs are examined in depth. The conclusions of the study are relevant to development cooperation generally. With the shift from projects to programs. ISBN 91-586-8737-8ISSN 1401-0402 Sida
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Supporting Ownership, Swedish Development Cooperation with Kenya,Tanzania and Uganda (Volume II: Country Studies)
This report presents a study of partner country ownership in Sidas development assistance to East Africa, focusing specifically upon an analysis of a selection of Sida projects and programs in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. A companion report to these country studies draws upon the data and evidence assembled here to provide a synthesis and examination of the broader implications of the ownership agenda in Sidas development assistance in