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  • Gender review: Mainstreaming Gender and Women’s Rights in the Development Portfolio of the Norwegian Embassy in Mozambique - norad.no
    Eqality Review of the development portfolio in Mozambique pdf Oppsummering Summary of observations and recommendations Mozambique has been a main cooperating partner of Norway since 1977 The total Norwegian assistance through all channels is NOK 400 450 million per year The goal of the bilateral assistance is to support poverty eradication as well as to contribute to peaceful democratic development and economic growth Norway supports Mozambique s own efforts to reduce poverty through the Action Plan for the Reduction of Absolute Poverty PARPA The development cooperation will be concentrated on general budget support and fisheries and energy including support to the petroleum sector Some catalytic and strategic support will be used for governance human rights gender equality civil society private sector development and environment and climatchange The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Mozambique the Embassy has requested that Norad undertake a gender review of the Embassy s portfolio in order to identify ways and means of addressing and integrating women s and gender concerns into the current agreements within the present framework and budget and for possible future phases of the various programmes and projects The review included three programmes General Budget Support Fisheries and Soy Bean production In addition the team reviewed a number of women oriented projects that have been funded through a special budget line for women Tweet Rapporten er kun elektronisk og kan ikke bestilles på papir Dine bestillinger Norad Direktoratet for utviklingssamarbeid 2011 Besøksadresse Ruseløkkveien 26 0251 Oslo Postadresse Pb 8034 Dep 0030 Oslo Sentralbord 23 98 00 00 E post postmottak norad no Kontakt oss Om bistand Slik er norsk bistand organisert Norsk utviklingspolitikk Samarbeidspartnere Norsk bistand i tall Landsider Tusenårsmålene Bistandseffektivitet Bistandswiki Tallenes tale Nøkkeltall Bærekraftsmålene Om Norad Strategi Organisasjonskart Ansattoversikt Jobb i Norad Bibliotek Utviklingshuset Historie Norad 50 år Kontakt oss Tema Demokrati

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  • Gender Review Report: Royal Norwegian Embassy Viet Nam - norad.no
    by factors such as gender and ethnicity and women belonging to ethnic minorities fare generally worse than Kinh women in terms of development The Embassy has a strong awareness of the challenges facing ethnic minorities and this is one of the priority areas in the UNICEF programme on mother tongue based bilingual education supported by the Embassy and is also one of the key focus areas for the cooperation within the human rights work of the Group of Four Canada New Zealand Switzerland and Norway It is important to keep the challenges of compounding inequalities e g discrimination on the basis of both ethnic minority status and gender on the agenda also in relation to other parts of the portfolio e g UN REDD One UN The Embassy s portfolio includes strong components for women s rights and gender equality in particular in relation to the annual bilateral human rights dialogue and the strategic partnership with Norwegian Church Aid NAV However the review of the four projects included in this exercise and the statistics generated on the use of the OECD DAC gender policy marker indicates that there is a potential for improving the integration of gender in other sectors of the portfolio This pertains in particular to the more technical sectors Climate change has emerged as a key headline also in Viet Nam and climate change and in particular UN REDD is a priority area for the Embassy in the years to come The Embassy s request that the UN REDD improve the integration of gender in their framework in Viet Nam is a very important initiativ and the Embassy deserves credit for having raised the issue The global UN REDD framework is to a great extent gender blind and if UN REDD in Viet Nam can contribute to

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  • Gender Review: Royal Norwegian Embassy Nepal - norad.no
    up the Embassies have been requested to strengthen their efforts to promote Women s Rights and Gender Equality WRGE in their development portfolios and policy dialogues The reviews will also contribute to the implementation of the commitments outlined in the White Paper St melding number 11 On Equal Terms and the Norwegian Government s Action Plan for the Implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 1325 UNSCR1325 on Women Peace and Security 2006 extended to 2012 in addition to the GEAP The Mid term review of this Action Plan 2009 found that it is difficult to assess the results of Norwegian development support to women s rights and gender equality at country level and attributes this to among other factors weak reporting mechanisms The purpose of the gender reviews is therefore to build the capacity and strengthen the embassies efforts to plan implement monitor and report on how WRGE is promoted in programmes and in the policy dialogue with bilateral and multilateral partners The Review Team has consisted of one staff from Norad and one from Nordic Consulting Group who was commissioned as technical expert and been executed through desk studies discussions with representatives of the Embassy implementing partners in Nepal 3 8 May 2010 and through discussions with Norad and MFA staff members in Norway who are actively supporting the Embassy The Review Team appreciates the fruitful and open discussions held with the Embassy and institutions in Nepal and special thanks to Ida Rønning at the Embassy for facilitating the field program Oslo 4th June 2010 Nora Ingdal NCG and Thora Holter Norad Tweet Rapporten er kun elektronisk og kan ikke bestilles på papir Dine bestillinger Norad Direktoratet for utviklingssamarbeid 2011 Besøksadresse Ruseløkkveien 26 0251 Oslo Postadresse Pb 8034 Dep 0030 Oslo Sentralbord 23 98 00 00 E post postmottak

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  • Gender Review: Royal Norwegian Embassy India - norad.no
    strengthen their efforts to promote Women s Rights and Gender Equality WRGE in their development portfolios The Mid term review of this Action Plan 2009 found that it is difficult to assess the results of Norwegian development support to women s rights and gender equality at country level and attributes this to among other factors weak reporting mechanisms The purpose of the gender reviews is to build the capacity and strengthen the embassies efforts to promote women s rights and gender equality in programme and project activities and in the policy dialogue with bilateral and multilateral partners Thus the review is highly participatory in character and has a strong focus on learning from past and current practices The reviews intend to contribute to the implementation of the commitments outlined in the White Paper St melding number 11 On Equal Terms the GEAP and the Norwegian Government s Action Plan for the Implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 1325 2000 on Women Peace and Security The Gender Review Methodology is part of Norad s ongoing quality assurance and professional assistance to MFA and Embassies The Review has been executed through desk studies discussions with representatives of the Embassy implementing partners in India 3 8 May 2010 and through discussions with Norad staff members who are actively supporting the Embassy A similar Gender Review was conducted at the Norwegian Embassy in Kathmandu Nepal The two teams have coordinated the parallel processes The Review Team appreciates the fruitful and open discussions held with the Embassy and institutions in India and Norway The Review Team herein provides its independent recommendations The Review Team comprised of Marit Sørvald NCG and Bodil Maal Norad June 2010 Tweet Rapporten er kun elektronisk og kan ikke bestilles på papir Dine bestillinger Norad Direktoratet for utviklingssamarbeid 2011 Besøksadresse Ruseløkkveien

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  • Gender Review: Royal Norwegian Embassy Pakistan - norad.no
    promote Women s Rights and Gender Equality WRGE in their development portfolios and policy dialogues The reviews will also contribute to the implementation of the commitments outlined in the White Paper St melding number 11 On Equal Terms and the Norwegian Government s Action Plan for the Implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 1325 UNSCR1325 on Women Peace and Security 2006 extended to 2012 in addition to the GEAP The Mid term review of this Action Plan 2009 found that it is difficult to assess the results of Norwegian development support to women s rights and gender equality at country level and attributes this to among other factors weak reporting mechanisms The purpose of the gender reviews is therefore to build the capacity and strengthen the embassies efforts to plan implement monitor and report on how women s rights and gender equality are promoted in programmes and in the policy dialogue with bilateral and multilateral partners The Review Team consisted of two staff from Norad and one consultant from Nordic Consulting Group who was commissioned as technical expert It has been executed through desk studies discussions with representatives of the Embassy implementing partners in Pakistan 17 21 January 2011 and through discussions with Norad and MFA staff members in Norway who are actively supporting the Embassy The Review Team appreciated the fruitful and open discussions held with the Embassy and partners in Pakistan and special thanks to Lise Albrechtsen and Naufil Naseer at the Embassy for facilitating the field program The report expresses the observations and recommendations of the review team The embassy has commented upon the draft report Based on the final report the embassy will develop its follow up plan Tweet Rapporten er kun elektronisk og kan ikke bestilles på papir Dine bestillinger Norad Direktoratet for utviklingssamarbeid 2011

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  • Gender Review: Report Royal Norwegian Embassy Sudan - norad.no
    Embassy Sudan pdf Oppsummering The Gender Review methodology is part of Norad s ongoing quality assurance and professional assistance to MFA and Embassies The purpose of the review is to assist the Embassy in Khartoum in improving the efforts to promote women s rights and gender equality WRGE within ongoing activities and present capacities and to strengthen the efforts to promote WRGE in the policy dialogue through programme management activities as well as in the Embassy s own routines and procedures The Review covers the cooperation with North Sudan The Review has been carried out through desk studies discussions with Embassy staff and management implementing partners in Khartoum and with Norad and MFA staff in Oslo Tweet Rapporten er kun elektronisk og kan ikke bestilles på papir Dine bestillinger Norad Direktoratet for utviklingssamarbeid 2011 Besøksadresse Ruseløkkveien 26 0251 Oslo Postadresse Pb 8034 Dep 0030 Oslo Sentralbord 23 98 00 00 E post postmottak norad no Kontakt oss Om bistand Slik er norsk bistand organisert Norsk utviklingspolitikk Samarbeidspartnere Norsk bistand i tall Landsider Tusenårsmålene Bistandseffektivitet Bistandswiki Tallenes tale Nøkkeltall Bærekraftsmålene Om Norad Strategi Organisasjonskart Ansattoversikt Jobb i Norad Bibliotek Utviklingshuset Historie Norad 50 år Kontakt oss Tema Demokrati og styresett Menneskerettigheter

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  • Gender Review: Royal Norwegian Embassy Indonesia - norad.no
    build capacity and assist the embassies in promoting and integrating Women s Rights and Gender Equality WRGE at all levels of the development cooperation in the policy dialogue with the multi and bilateral partners as well as in the Embassy s own routines and procedures including results based management The review has been carried out through desk studies discussions with Embassy staff and leadership implementing partners in Indonesia 9 13 May 2011 and with Norad and MFA representatives supporting the Embassy and other stakeholders In Jakarta the review team held an introduction session and a gender training session on the Norwegian policy framework for women s rights and gender equality and on practical aspects of gender integration in the work of the Embassy The review mission concluded with a debriefing session with a presentation of the main findings Tweet Rapporten er kun elektronisk og kan ikke bestilles på papir Dine bestillinger Norad Direktoratet for utviklingssamarbeid 2011 Besøksadresse Ruseløkkveien 26 0251 Oslo Postadresse Pb 8034 Dep 0030 Oslo Sentralbord 23 98 00 00 E post postmottak norad no Kontakt oss Om bistand Slik er norsk bistand organisert Norsk utviklingspolitikk Samarbeidspartnere Norsk bistand i tall Landsider Tusenårsmålene Bistandseffektivitet Bistandswiki Tallenes tale Nøkkeltall

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  • Lessons Learned from Gender Reviews of Norwegian Embassies - norad.no
    Embassies pdf Oppsummering Norad has so far conducted 11 Gender Reviews of Norwegian Embassies development portfolios This publication synthesizes some of the lessons learned through these experiences It includes recommendations that address many of the challenges that Norwegian Embassies face in their efforts to mainstream gender in development cooperation To deliver on the Norwegian political priorities for women s rights and gender equality in development cooperation three factors are particularly important 1 Management commitment 2 clear mandates and routines for results oriented mainstreaming in project management 3 prioritizing capacity building of staff on how to mainstream gender in their particular portfolios Tweet Rapporten er kun elektronisk og kan ikke bestilles på papir Dine bestillinger Norad Direktoratet for utviklingssamarbeid 2011 Besøksadresse Ruseløkkveien 26 0251 Oslo Postadresse Pb 8034 Dep 0030 Oslo Sentralbord 23 98 00 00 E post postmottak norad no Kontakt oss Om bistand Slik er norsk bistand organisert Norsk utviklingspolitikk Samarbeidspartnere Norsk bistand i tall Landsider Tusenårsmålene Bistandseffektivitet Bistandswiki Tallenes tale Nøkkeltall Bærekraftsmålene Om Norad Strategi Organisasjonskart Ansattoversikt Jobb i Norad Bibliotek Utviklingshuset Historie Norad 50 år Kontakt oss Tema Demokrati og styresett Menneskerettigheter Økonomisk utvikling og offentlig forvaltning Klima miljø og naturressurser Energi Helse Utdanning Tilskudd Søk støtte

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