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  • Mapping and analysis of the needs for petroleum related education in Tanzania - norad.no
    Januar 2014 Bestilt av Norad Utført av Siri Bjerkreim Hellevik Nordic Consulting Group Norway NCG A S Farouk Al Kasim Petroteam A S Prosper Ngowi independent Harald Stokkeland Sic International Consulting Ltd and Karen Sund Sund Energy A S Serie Norad rapport Diskusjon 16 2013 Sider 56 ISBN 978 82 7548 714 6 Emneord Tanzania Naturressurser inkludert olje Mapping and analysis of the needs for petroleum related education in Tanzania pdf Oppsummering 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 Tildelinger Resultater Norges resultatfokus Norads kvalitetssikring Håndbøker Hva er et resultat Norads resultatrapporter Publikasjoner Evaluering Om evaluering Kommende evalueringer Rapporter Aktuelt Evalueringsavdelingen Kontakt oss Aktuelt Nyheter Arrangementskalender Presse Postjournal

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  • Gender Review Royal Norwegian Embassy in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania - norad.no
    felles innsats Ambassaden er opptatt av kvinners rettigheter og likestilling i sitt arbeid og ønsker å styrke innsatsen for å arbeide med dette innenfor de ulike sektorene som man allerede er engasjert i Man har opprettet strukturer og prosesser som skal bidra til å opprettholde fokuset på likestilling i det daglige arbeidet Det er imidlertid flere måter å gjøre innsatsen mer helhetlig og systematisk på I rapporten fra gjennomgangen anbefales det bl a at ambassaden Utarbeider en intern plan for arbeidet med kvinners rettigheter og likestilling En slik plan kan bidra til å gjøre innsatsen mer helhetlig effektiv fokusert systematisk og resultatorientert Viderefører arbeidet med å systematisere og institusjonalisere likestillingsinnsatsen i forbindelse med program og prosjektforvaltningen Dette kan blant annet gjøres gjennom å utvikle noen grunnleggende krav til partnerne i forhold til deres integrering av likestilling og formidle disse gjennom en veileder eller sjekkliste Fortsetter den gode innsatsen for å integrere hensynet til likestilling og kvinners rettigheter innenfor de sentrale sektorene hvor man arbeider i dag særlig energi olje og klima skog Setter kvinners rettigheter og likestilling på agendaen for interne møter på en jevnlig basis og behov for opplæring av medarbeiderne på dette feltet vurderes fortløpende Fokuserer på å arbeide smart ved å følge opp partnernes innsats og vektlegge kvinners rettigheter og likestilling i forbindelse med rapportering og møter Velger ut eventuelle nye prosjekter programmer med vekt på likestilling i forhold til hvordan de kan styrke likestilling og kvinners rettigheter innenfor etablerte sektorinnsatser Er konsistent i sin bruk av relevante arenaer og prosesser for å kommunisere vektleggingen av likestilling gjerne i samarbeid med andre bi og multilaterale partnere og støtte lokale endringsagenter ikke nødvendigvis gjennom finansiell støtte men for eksempel gjennom å fungere som døråpner for disse på ulike arenaer hvor ambassaden har innpass Det kan være en fordel

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  • WWF Mara River Basin Management Initiative, Kenya and Tanzania, phase III – final evaluation report (dated January 2013) - norad.no
    private company representatives etc and WWF staff Focus group discussions informal conversations questionnaires field visits and observations were carried out Key findings The evaluation concluded positively on performance in relation to the project purpose and the four project outputs However achievements were smaller in Tanzania where the project was suspended in for the majority the final year of the Project 2012 due to fraud discovered in another WWF project funded by the Norwegian government In addition to this the slow progress of the Tanzanian Government s water sector reform reduced the pace at which the Project could move forward on some critical steps such as full formalisation of local level water resources management WRM institutions and their devolved rights responsibilities and resources The evaluation concluded that there is a high potential for scaling up and sustaining project efforts in the Basin and elsewhere Phase III of the Project enhanced IWRM policies and practices as measured by the indicators at project purpose level for instance enhanced policy implementation and participation by local level stakeholders The evaluation concluded that phase III also significantly improved the legal and institutional environments for IWRM processes and implementation in the Mara River Basin as a result of strengthened capacity output 1 The capacities of community level representatives and their institutions in WRM water resource users associations WRUAs in Kenya and water user associations WUAs in Tanzania were greatly improved and good water governance was significantly enhanced Phase III produced comprehensive documentation which appraised successes failures and lessons in piloting IWRM practices across the Basin output 2 Also policy briefs were drafted in Kenya and lessons disseminated In both countries good progress was made in strengthening local level WRM institutions and lobbying key government partners to formalize and support such local level institutions output 3 In Kenya for instance phase III facilitated the development and signing of the Instrument of Appointment formally devolving rights and resources from the Water Resources Management Authority to the Mara River Water Resource Users Association established by the Project This was a breakthrough and success for devolved IWRM The Project strengthened sustainability coordination and partnerships among IWRM institutions to improve IWRM implementation at local national and transboundary levels output 4 The planned local level WRM institutions were established and formalized in line with the water sector reforms The Project did very well in facilitating the local level institutions to develop sub catchment management plans and action plans some of which have already been used to secure funding from government for implementation Recommendations The evaluation formulated a set of recommendations that lead agencies namely the Water Resources Management Authority in Kenya and the Lake Victoria Basin Water Office in Tanzania should take responsibility to follow up These include Development of communication materials for up scaling best practices and lessons learned generated by the Project institutionalization of a basin wide approach for effective upstream downstream interactions among the local level WRM institutions continued monitoring of water quality and quantity to provide long term data

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  • Evaluation of NCA- Livelihoods and Trade Programme Final report - norad.no
    Key Findings 1 On overall results indicates that Livelihood and Trade programme has achieved on interpreting NCA Tanzania theory of change by adopting a unique approach IR VICOBA as a vehicle towards development where people are mobilized trained to save their own resources into an accumulated common pool from which they can borrow at their own terms and invest mainly in small micro businesses as well as agribusiness for improving their livelihoods The indication to this achievement is seen in a systematic broad expansion of IR VICOBA groups in Tanzania 2 IR VICOBA approach is effective and relevant on the fact that it touches the poor right holders who are rural and peri urban based communities These right holders majority are women representing approximately 58 percent of the total members visited during the evaluation process This entails that the programme through IR VICOBA approach has achieved to reach and economically empower a segment that represents the population which is largely poor in Tanzania This is a significant results because it is believed that Empowering women economically is empowering families as well and nation in general On the other hand there is also an improvement on mobilizing men to join IR VICOBA groups Slowly men are motivated to engage in economic activities through IR VICOBA interventions This is a positive achievement where men are informed and makes sense of IR VICOBA framework for their development process However much effort is needed for mobilizing youth s engagement in IR VICOBA groups because their participation was observed to be very insignificant in visited 15 districts for evaluation 3 In districts where NCA and partners operate IR VICOBA groups are self mobilized and organized to manage their own local savings rather than relying on donations However the value addition enterprises are still premature Here NCA and partners need to put more efforts on supporting communities engage in products value addition to improve their market opportunities Nonetheless IR VICOBA members achievement have been observed through communities acquiring assets like land houses vehicles and small cottage industry machines from investment profits The trainings provided by NCA and partners have been one of the factors for these achievements Furthermore innovations have been growing among IR VICOBA groups Currently there is a move of individual IR VICOBA groups to establish their local networks focusing on joint efforts and resources on addressing poverty and economic vulnerability Kiteto Geita and Kilimanjaro have started piloting for activities interventions based on network initiatives This experience is worthy to be further researched to learn its applicability and replication to other IR VICOBA members 4 The engagement of religious leaders as part of duty bearers in the implementation of Livelihood and Trade programme through Interfaith Committees system has been a unique approach which has allowed NCA achieve its vision and mission The religious leaders under the interfaith committees have been agents for change through mobilising citizens and communities to solicit resources invest and trade amongst themselves Religious leaders are also articulating good governance practices

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  • Review of ‘Integration of environmental concerns and civil society engagement in petroleum-related Norwegian development cooperation and the development of petroleum resources in developing countries’ - norad.no
    dissemination advocacy and campaigning on environmental issues within the petroleum sector There is definitely need for civil society engagement in the petroleum sector The Project initiatives with strengthening platforms alliances and networks have been of significant value With the exception of politically backward countries the demand for CSO participation could soon be on the rise WWF s role was found to be valuable For example WWF can also mobilize international expertise and thus aspires to conduct meaningful dialogue with high level stakeholders in the petroleum sector Certain challenges were identified regarding budgets and documentation of results and on project duration in relation to project ambition For example There have been difficulties with budget absorption Under this funding period in 2010 a total of 16 of the budget was thus returned to Norad and in 2011 10 4 The overall output achievement rate for the Project period 2010 11 is found to be about 60 There are few prospects that this kind of capacity can be transferred to the local civil society organizations in the short or medium term Selected recommendations and proposed and implemented follow up by WWF There is a need for concentration to a limited number of countries Madagascar and Kenya are no longer OfD countries within the wider program Both these countries are thus candidates for removal from the Project WWF disagrees with pulling out of Madagascar completely but as a consequence of central OfD priorities have presented Norad with a 2 year phase out plan As a key part of the East African Community we propose to maintain low level CSO support and engagement in Kenya The Project should distinguish more clearly between Project Partners and wider Associates and Cooperating Institutions Partners should primarily comprise of CSOs and NGOs WWF disagrees but are however willing to differentiate clearer between core partners and others Very few activities have any distinctive gender dimension and improvement is needed here The gender dimension has been strengthened in WWF s 2013 15 project proposal to Norad The OfD Embassy project in Mozambique and Civil Society Uganda should be joined with the OfD Project to facilitate reporting and avoid confusion WWF proposes to merge Civil Society Uganda EMIS with OfD Uganda in its application to Norad for funding from 2013 OfD Mozambique has been separated from the Project in terms of funding management and reporting while joint planning and cooperation will continue The project should be continued with concentration on core objectives and efforts strengthen the basis of what has been achieved and entertain realistic prospects for what can possibly be achieved in a coming 3 years period WWF has submitted a project proposal and funding application to Norad for 2013 15 addressing this point Comments from the organization WWF Norway finds the evaluation to be thorough accurate and useful in developing the project further The consultants NCG were professional appropriately flexible and delivered on time and within budget WWF had some questions and concerns about the methodology and approach taken mainly

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  • Søk - norad.no
    2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 Type Vis alle typer Slagplaner Årlige rapporter Evalueringer Håndbøker Norad faktaark Norad rapporter Resultatrapporter Strategier Gjennomganger fra organisasjoner Retningslinjer for kvalitetssikring Serie Vis alle serier Evalueringsrapporter Evalueringsstudier Fellesevalueringer Norads samlede rapporter Norad rapport Diskusjon Norad rapport Posisjon Norad rapport Gjennomgang Synteserapporter Utgiver Viser 1 20 av 86 Sortert etter År Tittel Januar 2014 Mapping and analysis of the needs for petroleum related education in Tanzania Norwegian Church Aid Tanzania 2013 Evaluation of NCA Livelihoods and Trade Programme Final report Norad Januar 2013 Gender Review Royal Norwegian Embassy in Dar es Salaam Tanzania WWF Norway Januar 2013 WWF Mara River Basin Management Initiative Kenya and Tanzania phase III final evaluation report dated January 2013 April 2012 Hunting for Per Diem The Uses and Abuses of Travel Compensation in Three Developing Countries WWF Norway September 2012 Review of Integration of environmental concerns and civil society engagement in petroleum related Norwegian development cooperation and the development of petroleum resources in developing countries Mars 2011 Real Time Evaluation of Norway s International Climate and Forest Initiative Contributions to National REDD Processes 2007 2010 Country Report Tanzania Norad April 2011 Real Time Evaluation of Norway s International Climate and Forest Initiative Contributions to a Global REDD Regime 2007 2010 Norad Februar 2011 Annual Report on Norwegian Bilateral Development Cooperation 2009 Forum for Women and Development 2011 A Comparative Evaluation of FOKUS FGM Projects in East Africa Mars 2011 Real Time Evaluation of Norway s International Climate and Forest Initiative Contributions to National REDD Processes 2007 2010 Executive Summaries from Country Reports Norad Oktober 2010 Zanzibar Public Financial Management Performance Report Norad August 2010 Baraza La

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  • Hvor gikk pengene i 2013? - norad.no
    Last ned infografikkene Last ned hele infografikken her Her kan du også laste ned enkeltbildene i infografikken 10 største mottakere Over 30 milliarder kroner 1 07 prosent av BNI Over 20 prosent til miljø og energi Afrika mottok mest 44 prosent til multilaterale organisasjoner Tweet Last ned infografikkene Last ned hele infografikken her Bilde 1 10 største mottakere Bilde 2 Over 30 milliarder kroner Bilde 3 1 07 prosent av BNI Bilde 4 Over 20 prosent til miljø og energi Bilde 5 Afrika mottok mest Bilde 6 44 prosent til multilaterale organisasjoner Relaterte artikler Norsk bistand har aldri vært større Kontakter Ulveseth Kari Seniorrådgiver 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 Tildelinger Resultater Norges resultatfokus Norads kvalitetssikring Håndbøker Hva er et

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  • Bistanden økte med én milliard kroner - norad.no
    Norsk Folkehjelp 354 millioner kroner Redd Barna Norge 175 millioner kroner Digni 164 millioner kroner Regnskogfondet 114 millioner kroner CARE Norge 101 millioner kroner Atlas alliansen 80 millioner kroner Utviklingsfondet 73 millioner kroner Totalt mottok norske frivillige organisasjoner 3 7 milliarder bistandskroner i 2012 111 land mottok bistand I 2012 ble norsk bistand fordelt på 111 ulike land Av disse var det følgende 10 land som mottok mest bistand endringer fra 2011 i prosent Brasil 1248 millioner kroner 207 Afghanistan 735 millioner kroner 5 Palestina 623 millioner kroner 1 Tanzania 539 millioner kroner 16 Mosambik 501 millioner kroner 6 Sør Sudan 428 millioner kroner 27 Malawi 404 millioner kroner 8 Uganda 306 millioner kroner 33 Zambia 302 millioner kroner 32 Vietnam 270 millioner kroner 12 Mest til prioritert politikk Økningen i bistandsmidlene skyldes i stor grad økte utbetalinger til energisektoren og skogbevaring Norfund alene investerte 1 2 milliarder kroner i energisektoren og til sammen gikk det i underkant av 2 3 milliarder kroner til energiutvikling Skogbevaring inkludert de nesten 400 millioner kronene som ble utbetalt til Brasil fikk nesten 2 milliarder kroner Tallene gjenspeiler i stor grad regjeringens politiske prioriteringer sier Kulild Grafen under viser utviklingen i norsk bistand til sektorene miljø og energi de siste ti årene cms content Amerika opp Afrika ned Bistanden til Amerika økte med 700 millioner kroner sammenlignet med 2011 Dette skyldes i all hovedsak de økte overføringene til Brasil Bistanden til Afrika gikk derimot ned med 500 millioner kroner Noe av dette skyldes redusert budsjettstøtte I 2008 fikk utvalgte land i Afrika over 800 millioner kroner i budsjettstøtte i 2012 var dette redusert til 355 millioner kroner Tall som teller Norad offentliggjør nye tall i Norsk bistand i tall hver vår Den årlige oppdaterte oversikten over norske bistandspenger er ett av Norads bidrag til

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