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The overall objective of this evaluation is to evaluate the external and internalcoherence of the conceptualizations of poverty-environment linkages found withinSida.
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Does Sida conceptualize the linkages between the environment and poverty reduction in accordance with global norm?
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Mainstreaming the Environment Does Sida Conceptualize Poverty-Environment Linkages in Accordance with the Global Norm?
The failure to properly recognise the linkages between the environment and poverty reduction has previously been put forward as a critical shortcoming in Swedish development cooperation as well as in development cooperation in general.
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The present report evaluates to what extent Sida’s policy on integrating environmental concerns in its work has been been effectively implemented.
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Environmental Considerations in Sida's Evaluations Revisited, A follow-up and analysis six years later
This evaluation is a follow-up of a study on how the environment was treated in Sida's evaluation (SSE 96/4). The results from 1996 were rather dismal and the objective of this present evaluation was therefore to see to what extent there had been any improvements with regard to assessments of environmental performance. However, there had been no general improvement. Contrary to Sida's policies, both ex ante EIAs and ex post EIAs had
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The aim of this review is to assess how and to what extent environmental aspects have been considered in the different stages i.e. planning, implementation and follow-up of credit-financed projects initiated in the time frame 1989-1994.
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In 1988, the Swedish Parliament formulated a new objective for international development cooperation: the sustainable use of natural resources and the protection of the environment.