9-December-2002

English, , 3,365kb

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

3-December-2002

English, , 10,131kb

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

15-November-2002

English, , 930kb

Mind the Middle: Country Plans: The Missing Middle of Sida's Country Strategy Process

Sida's country strategy model builds on a complementary package of general and specific strategic choices for the allocation of Sida resources. The long term country strategy paper (CSP), with its five-year time horizon, outlines the general approach for such allocation.

7-November-2002

English, , 785kb

Contract Financed Technical Co-operation and Local Ownership

The present evaluation forms part of a series of evaluations commissioned by UTVexploring how the principle of recipient ownership is put to practice in Sida'sdevelopment co-operation.

8-August-2002

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Contract-Financed Technical Co-operation and Local Ownership, Ukraine Country Study Report

This evaluation deals with contract-financed technical co-operation (KTS) as a particular aid form in Swedish development co-operation. In Particular the study explores the link between local ownerhip and the various characterstics of KTS projects, such as being demand-driven, limited in time, scope and financial volume, involve a competent local partner and based on a contract between a consultant and a local partner (LPO),

8-August-2002

English, , 726kb

Contract-Financed Technical Co-operation and Local Ownership, Lithuania Country Study Report

This evaluation deals with contract-financed technical co-operation (KTS) as a particular aid form in Swedish development co-operation. In Particular the study explores the link between local ownerhip and the various characterstics of KTS projects, such as being demand-driven, limited in time, scope and financial volume, involve a competent local partner and based on a contract between a consultant and a local partner (LPO),

8-August-2002

English, , 3,526kb

Contract-Financed Technical Co-operation and Local Ownership, Mongolia Country Study Report

This evaluation deals with contract-financed technical co-operation (KTS) as a particular aid form in Swedish development co-operation. In Particular the study explores the link between local ownerhip and the various characterstics of KTS projects, such as being demand-driven, limited in time, scope and financial volume, involve a competent local partner and based on a contract between a consultant and a local partner (LPO),

7-August-2002

English, , 4,190kb

Contract-Financed Technical Co-operation and Local Ownership, Botswana and Mozambique Country Study Report

This evaluation deals with contract-financed technical co-operation (KTS) as a particular aid form in Swedish development co-operation. In Particular the study explores the link between local ownerhip and the various characterstics of KTS projects, such as being demand-driven, limited in time, scope and financial volume, involve a competent local partner and based on a contract between a consultant and a local partner (LPO),

5-August-2002

English, , 771kb

Area Development Projects, Poverty Reduction, and the New Architecture of Aid Volume I: Synthesis Report

The purpose of this study was to identify how Sida’s Area Development Projects (ADPs) might be retooled to fulfil existing mandates more successfully, and at the same time to exert stronger influence over new poverty-focused resource allocation processes.

2-August-2002

English, , 4,218kb

Implementation of the 1999-2003 Country Strategy for Swedish Development Cooperation with Laos

What happens after the five-year country strategy paper has been approved? How is that strategy translated by Sida into strategic decisions for projects and programmes, for dialogue activities with partner organisations, and for the allocation of Sida's administrative resources?These are the main questions investigated by this evaluation of the 1999-2003 country strategy for Laos, based on a case study of the co-operation in the areas

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