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  • Vietnam - norad.no
    Power two capacity sharing projects have been carried out with the Vietnamese Electricity Cluster The first project focused on sharing Norwegian and international experience on how to change a monopoly institution in the power sector The second project had the aim of sharing Norwegian and international experience in developing markets and providing a better understanding of the value of company management based on international practices The report on the project will be available in 2014 Technical cooperation Technical cooperation with specialist environments in Norway is in demand in Vietnam to contribute to increasing competence and building capacity in climate change and environmental toxins A cooperation between the Vietnam Academy for Agricultural Sciences and the Norwegian research institute Bioforsk in which the effects of climate changes on rice production are studied has begun A report has been prepared that provides knowledge on the rice production systems New knowledge on women s vulnerability and adaptation has been produced A preliminary report indicates alternative production methods and possible adaptation to for example more salt in the rice fields and alternative fertiliser methods In a technical cooperation project between the Institut Pasteur in Nha Trang and the University of Tromsø a follow up study of 189 children who were initially studied in 2005 and a comparison group of 200 children was conducted to study the long term consequences of environmental toxins The results will be available in 2014 Women and gender equality The perspectives of women and gender equality are integrated into all development work that is managed by the Norwegian Embassy in Hanoi The focus on gender equality is also ensured through support to voluntary organisations and UN organisations such as UN Women Norway has participated actively in the gender equality group for multilateral organisations which have once again attracted the attention of the authorities especially with regard to gender based violence Gender equality is also an integral part of Norwegian support to UN REDD Bilaterally Norway and Vietnam cooperate on the continued implementation of the national equal rights legislation Culture To ensure cultural cooperation between Norway and Vietnam and contribute to building up Vietnamese institutions of significance to a free and varied cultural life the Norwegian Embassy in Hanoi has supported cultural projects in the amount of NOK 5 4 million in 2013 The cultural project Classical Music Transposition which includes 12 institutional partners in Norway and Vietnam arranged a series of concerts ballet performances operas and seminars They involved many hundred active participants such as musicians dancers singers technicians and administrative staff The public concerts were attended by several thousand people and they were broadcast in a number of television programmes produced primarily by Vietnam s national and regional television stations Through the exchange programmes education and concerts 153 Vietnamese musicians improved their skills Norwegian NGO s In 2014 nine Norwegian non governmental organisations which include among others Care Digni Norwegian Church Aid and Norwegian People s Aid will receive NOK 26 million from the Norwegian aid budget for projects in

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  • Brazil - norad.no
    social and cultural rights of indigenous peoples through representation of Brazilian partners including dialogue with society and governments at the local regional and national level In 2013 Norway supported a total of 15 projects with 14 different partners spread throughout Brazil In addition several Norwegian NGOs also receive support for various projects in Brazil Of these Norwegian Church Aid and the Rainforest Foundation Norway are the largest organizations The Amazon Rainforests previously covered approximately 13 per cent of the Earth s surface Now only half of them remain In addition much of this forest is in poor shape Globally rainforests corresponding to 40 per cent of Norway s land area disappear each year The deforestation of the Amazon has been closely monitored by Norway over recent years since the disbursements from the collaboration on forest preservation are linked to results Final figures from 2012 show that a total of 4 571 km 2 were deforested in Brazil This is equivalent to a reduction of 76 6 per cent compared to the average annual deforestation in the period 1996 2005 Brazil has committed itself to the goal of reducing deforestation by 80 per cent before 2020 The Amazon rainforest Extends over nine countries Covers an area of nearly seven million square kilometres more than 20 times the area of Norway 60 per cent of the Amazon rainforest is located in Brazil The country possesses 30 per cent of the Earth s remaining rainforests The Brazilian part of the Amazon has a population of nearly 25 million The Amazon is home to a large number of indigenous peoples groups The rainforest also contains large parts of the world s animal and plant diversity At least 40 000 plant species 427 mammal species 1300 bird species 378 species of reptiles such as snakes and lizards More than 400 different species of amphibians Approximately 3 000 different fish species The Amazon Fund In 2008 Brazil established the Amazon Fund as one of its mechanisms to help halt the raging deforestation The fund is open to contributions from governments private individuals and enterprises The Amazon Fund is under the administration of the Brazilian development bank BNDES A board has been established consisting of representatives of the Amazon states various ministries and civil society environment indigenous peoples industry rural workers etc Donors play an unobtrusive role and mainly contribute at a general level with a high degree of responsibility placed on the recipients This means that Norway s role is restricted to determining annual grants and monitoring compliance with the donor agreement as well as attending formal and informal meetings to seek to persuade the institutions of the recipient country to concentrate efforts and work as effectively as possible Disbursements Disbursements to the Amazon Fund are based on figures on deforestation in the Amazon Preliminary figures indicate that an area of 5 843 km 2 was deforested during the period from August 2012 to July 2013 the 2013 forest year In spite of this increase in the preliminary measurements this represents the second lowest deforestation figure recorded since measurements began in 1988 Opinions differ regarding the causes of this increase Some claim that it is due to illegal felling of timber while others believe that this is a consequence of the new forest legislation which is deemed insufficiently restrictive This new tendency calls for increased vigilance regarding Brazil s ability to deliver in this field and there can be little doubt that reducing deforestation will be increasingly difficult in the years to come Many experts believe however that the Norwegian support for the Amazon Fund has greatly contributed to achievement of the generally excellent results since the Brazilian side has become far more aware of the fact that the forest may have a greater value in its intact state than as timber In a separate resolution in the spring of 2013 the Storting authorized a deviation from the financial management regulations for that year to permit funds that had been granted to the Amazon Fund but remained on an escrow account in Norway to be transferred to BNDES upon the signing of a new agreement As a result somewhat more than NOK 2 785 billion was transferred in September 2013 and a further NOK 1 billion was transferred in December as payment for the reduction of CO2 emissions during the 2012 forest year As of 31 December 2013 Norway has transferred a total of NOK 4 5 billion to the Amazon Fund for the period 2009 2013 Indigenous peoples rights Norway has engaged in long term efforts to reinforce indigenous peoples rights representation and dialogue with society and government at the local regional and national level The Indigenous Peoples Programme has remained a key element in Norwegian development cooperation with Brazil for the last 30 years In 2013 the programme received more than NOK 29 million in grants The support for indigenous peoples is human rights based and linked to the goals for poverty alleviation development of good governance and political and social inclusion as well as environmental protection and sustainable use of resources An external contribution study of the Indigenous Peoples Programme undertaken in 2013 states that a number of the programme s partners are acting as agenda setters in questions related to indigenous peoples and the environment and that the long term and systematic support has produced tangible results in terms of the organizations capability for policy work and for exerting an influence on public policies Several partner organizations have been highly successful in attracting media and political attention to especially challenging and acute situations For example Conselho Indigenista Missionário CIMI is one of the most important advocates for the indigenous Guarani people in the state of Mato Grosso do Sul They are among the most vulnerable and at risk groups in the whole of Brazil A forum for dialogue between the governmental indigenous organization Funai local farmers and the indigenous peoples has been established and this has accelerated the process of demarcation of

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  • Haiti - norad.no
    contribution in 2013 was in excess of NOK 90 million In addition Norway s mandatory contribution to the UN force MINUSTAH since 2010 totals approximately NOK 160 million Over time there has been a gradual downscaling and the focus is on measures that have proven to give the best results In consultation with the Haitian authorities a decision was made to concentrate the transitional Norwegian aid on Departement du Sud in order to contribute to development outside of the overpopulated capital geographic division of work between donors and visible and permanent results Economic development in Departement du Sud is not possible without making the roads power supply schools hospitals and other infrastructure more secure against flooding hurricanes and extensive erosion Norwegian grants to extensive forestation and securing of riverbanks gave good results in connection with flooding in 2012 Extensive measures in and around the Macaya National Park contribute to securing biodiversity increasing food security preventing erosion and increasing the income basis for local farmers Macaya is Haiti s most important national park with the country s only remaining virgin forest the greatest biodiversity and the most important water reservoir The income basis for local fishermen has improved through securing marine resources The majority of the inhabitants in the area do not have access to electricity however solar cell panels have been installed at 12 municipal health centres and hospitals with Norwegian support Hybrid diesel and solar power plants will provide electricity to 1600 households by the end of 2014 Other renewable energy projects water wind and biomass are being studied Norway also finances projects with a national focus or projects concentrated in the capital Port au Prince or via Departement du Sud The organisation Femmes en Démocratie promotes women s political participation and health measures for women IDEA works to strengthen the Parliament dialogue between political parties and women s political participation gender quotas A Norwegian police team is training the national police to handle victims of sexual or gender based violence Approximately 700 Cuban health workers have received support for medical equipment since 2010 Norwegian Church Aid supports local organisations for Haitian migrants in the Dominican Republic education and combating violence against women The Brazilian organisation Viva Rio manages education and conflict resolution projects in the poorest and most violent sections of Port au Prince with good results Aid effectiveness Due to the extraordinary support to Haiti after the earthquake and the fact that Norway had limited cooperation with the country before it took place the Ministry of Foreign Affairs requested that Norad conduct a full evaluation of Norwegian aid to Haiti Completion of this evaluation is expected in the autumn of 2014 The efforts in Southern Haiti were evaluated in 2012 with a recommendation that support continue Tweet Facts about Haiti Estimated population 10 2 mill 5 mill Life expectancy 63 years 81 years Gross national income per capita 760 56830 Poverty rate under 1 25 Mangler data HDI HDI level 161 place 1 place Sources The World

    Original URL path: http://www.norad.no/en/countries/latin-america/haiti (2014-09-27)
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  • Nicaragua - norad.no
    s final contribution to the Anti Corruption Fund in Nicaragua was made to implement what is referred to as the national strategy for good governance which was developed after multi year support from Norway and other donors Implementation should be completed in 2014 Climate For a number of years Norway has contributed to sustainable agricultural production and increased income for 2000 families An important result has been adaptation of agriculture to and counteracting negative consequences of climate change as well as a strengthened dialogue with the authorities on local environmental issues Access to microcredits has been a key instrument for the production and commercialisation of products The work takes place in cooperation with the organisations FADCANIC Atlantic coast and ADDAC central Nicaragua This cooperation will continue until 2017 In 2013 FADCANIC s educational centre was also expanded This resulted in an improvement of the educational programme and made it possible to give even more students an introduction to relevant economic and social conditions In the new phase there will be more emphasis on innovation and the development of more products Norway is in the final phase of support to five municipalities in the area around the polluted Lake Managua In 2013 the project completed local area development plans to optimise agricultural production and prevent landslides and other destruction Good feedback has been received from the five women mayors in the area which tells about new tools and guidelines that are implemented to ensure work with the management of land areas Culture Almost 40 000 people have been reached through a new centre mobile libraries and reading circles The children s book club reports that children and mothers from the poorest areas also participate Norway s cultural cooperation with the country is in its final phase and the initiative has made it possible to develop local institutions that make culture accessible even in more isolated areas in a country where cultural offerings and financing are limited Cultural initiatives for and with the indigenous population contribute to greater knowledge of and respect for the indigenous population among the white elite Renewable energy Norwegian support to small hydropower plants provides electricity to 8262 families outside of the national power grid helping a total of 50 000 people Electricity has led to local development and creative business activities The subsidised electric bills are paid With the possibility of evening courses the educational programme for both children and adults has improved and it is now possible to read and do homework in the evening with lights on This work has taken place in cooperation with Switzerland and the United Nations UNDP See also Information on the cooperation between Norway and Nicaragua through the Oil for development programme Women and the rights of minorities Norway has contributed to the operation of some twenty centres for women and children in addition to preventive and follow up work for women who have been victims of violence and abuse Together with Switzerland Norway also supports a UN project on

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  • Lebanon - norad.no
    for the benefit of current and future generations The cooperation includes provision of technical expertise based on the Norwegian lessons learned especially with regard to management and transparency The OfD programme in Lebanon has already helped develop the strategic and legal frameworks for the petroleum sector and enhanced competence in the field of petroleum management Agreement on the programme s objectives means that key concerns such as cooperation between relevant institutions and environmental issues are better safeguarded Mapping of needs and wishes from the Lebanese side further helps facilitate efforts to establish a sustainable petroleum sector Read more about the cooperation between Norway and Uganda through Oil for development programme Other results Norway provides annual support to projects for peace and reconciliation human rights and strengthening of the cultural sector as well as women and gender equality The following are some results from selected projects in 2013 The Norwegian support is in itself an important contribution to building Lebanese civil society Peace and reconciliation Lebanese Palestinian Dialogue Committee This support has helped improve the dialogue between Lebanese authorities and the Palestinian community In addition the LPDC has increased the capacity for development of more unified policies for Palestinian refugees in Lebanon with a view to improving their living conditions Geneva Call Through Geneva Call Norway has since 2011 given support to a project aiming to protect civilians in Palestinian refugee camps against violence from armed groups The project has helped raise awareness of the need for protection of especially vulnerable groups in the camps and provided training in humanitarian law for non governmental armed groups In 2014 the embassy is for the first time providing support to a local organization that has been established as a result of the project and wants to continue the efforts of Geneva Call this has become possible due to local ownership and the competence that has been acquired Oxfam Norway grants support to the project Voice and Accountability The project s objective is to increase the participation of Syrian women in political humanitarian and development processes and decision making To date the project has resulted in important capacity building in local organizations in Lebanon and Jordan This project was launched in 2013 Najda Now Arab Resource Center for Art and Arab Puppet Theatre Foundation Norway has supported three projects undertaken by these three local organizations whose target groups include Palestinian and Lebanese children and youth The projects have provided psychosocial support and improved mutual relations and knowledge about peaceful conflict resolution which in the long term may help reduce the tensions between different groups and local communities in Lebanon Safadi Foundation The objective of this project is to improve knowledge and raise awareness of local government and the rights and opportunities of citizens to influence the municipality of el Mina a conflict ridden area in Tripoli in Northern Lebanon Project results to date include establishment of a contact group for citizens and the local administration and a community centre It is still too early

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  • Palestine - norad.no
    West Bank Fatah is also an essential objective in itself as well as with regard to the Israeli Palestinian conflict Norway maintained its support for the MADAR research centre through 2013 The centre focuses on Palestinian Israeli issues and communicates them to Palestinian leaders and the public A key part of its work in 2013 included a seminar and the publication of a book on the topic Recognition of the Jewish state which remained one of Israel s main demands in last year s negotiation process MADAR attracted major attention and collaborated closely with the PLO s negotiation secretariat and the office of Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas In 2013 Norway maintained its support for the Independent Commission for Human Rights in Palestine ICHR which has been established to promote and create forums for dialogue between the authorities in Gaza and the PA In 2013 IHCR worked to maintain the integrity of the Palestinian judicial system The efforts of IHCR help retain a strong focus on human rights Norway maintained its support for the Hebron Rehabilitation Committee HRC also in 2013 There is a growing number of cases of maltreatment committed by Israeli settlers and soldiers in the Hebron area and this is a strong factor in fuelling the Israeli Palestinian conflict Limited but tangible results produced through the work of the HRC can be documented in the field of property rights The HRC has also produced a report on the human rights situation in Hebron and submitted it to the UN Human Rights Council With Norwegian support the MAAN organization worked throughout 2013 on the development of sustainable local communities in Palestine with particular focus on the Israeli controlled Area C This area is of critical importance for the sustainability of a future Palestinian economy and statehood MAAN has established itself as an important advocate for Palestinian rights in the Jordan valley In 2013 the organization rebuilt a total of 17 houses that had been destroyed In 2013 Norway also signed an agreement with the Al Dameer Prisoners Support and Human Rights Association The project will provide support to detainees prisoners and their families and confront practices that result in torture and abuse Al Dameer provides legal assistance to more than 500 inmates in Israeli prisons The treatment of prisoners is a key element in the level of conflict between the Palestinians and Israel Gaza Human rights advocacy in Gaza is of major importance for the opportunities for reconciliation between Hamas and Fatah and thus also for Palestinian unity Since 2007 two legal systems and legal ideologies have developed under the two different regimes The Norwegian funded human rights organizations al Mezan and Palestinian Centre for Human Rights PCHR boycotted the local legal system in Gaza after Hamas came to power in 2007 believing that the Hamas government would be short lived In 2013 the organizations decided to attempt to re engage with the local legal system to strengthen their efforts to combat human rights violations committed by the Hamas authorities The human rights efforts in Gaza are an uphill struggle for reasons including the Israeli blockade An important but not very measurable result is that the Gaza authorities increasingly consult with the organizations in the preparation of legislative bills and this has provided increased transparency with regard to controversial legal amendments The al Mezan organization provided legal assistance to more than 2400 victims of human rights violations committed by Israeli and Palestinian authorities in 2013 Gaza Community Mental Health Programme GCMHP is one of the key agencies in the field of mental health in Gaza They provide treatment for specific groups such as prisoners orphans torture victims and troubled youths GCMHP is seeking to establish unified mental health services for the general population In addition they organize conversation groups for parents for children in schools with a view to reducing the level of violence training and guidance for police officers and school counsellors and awareness raising campaigns on mental health and human rights The state of mental health in Gaza is serious and the tightening of the blockade over the last six months has caused further strain on the population Moreover problems of mental health are subject to social and cultural stigmatization and this is complicating any efforts to put them on the agenda In light of the prevailing framework in Gaza GCMHP s programmes showed good results For example one of the programmes helped 15 000 women and children cope better with daily life in the aftermath of the war in 2012 In 2013 GCMHP provided therapy for 1130 torture victims Norway is supporting this organization in conjunction with the Swiss Development Cooperation Sweden s SIDA and the Danish Dignity organization In 2013 Norway continued its support for PLO s negotiation secretariat NAD Negotiation Affairs Department Norway holds the chair of the group of donor countries which also includes Sweden the UK the Netherlands and Denmark NAD stepped up its efforts in the second half of 2013 when the Israeli Palestinian peace negotiations were resumed A final evaluation of the project will be completed by March 2014 The content of the evaluation is confidential in light of the political sensitivity of the project Norway granted NOK 3 6 million in aid to NAD in 2013 Women and gender equality Norway is working with issues pertaining to women and gender equality in Palestine Political dialogue and support for targeted measures to promote gender equality especially efforts that include NGOs and civil society are key features of Norwegian development policy At the most general level no improvements could be detected with regard to gender equality in Palestine in 2013 estimates by the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics PCBS indicate that women have a low rate of labour market participation at 17 3 per cent The corresponding rate among men is four times higher Female unemployment amounted to 35 per cent Palestinian women have high levels of education but a low rate of participation in the labour market According to the

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  • Syrian Arab Republic - norad.no
    services such as education health water and sanitary facilities both for their own populations and for the refugees Norway is attempting to support the neighbouring countries so that they can continue to keep their borders open to those who manage to escape from Syria Norway has particularly given priority to support for Lebanon which has accepted the greatest number of Syrian refugees Today every fourth person living in Lebanon is a Syrian refugee Humanitarian efforts In 2014 Norway has granted NOK 460 million to the victims of the conflict in Syria Around half of this contribution will go to humanitarian initiatives inside Syria The other half will go to Syrian refugees in the neighbouring countries Norway uses a broad group of humanitarian partners to deliver emergency aid to Syria and to Syrian refugees in neighbouring countries We support the United Nations the International Red Cross and voluntary organisations that work inside Syria In several areas there are major problems with humanitarian access especially in the opposition controlled areas where the United Nations only has limited access Voluntary organisations that can work across national borders are used here Norway gives priority to food supplies shelter health education water and sanitary facilities in its humanitarian efforts The government has expressed that Norway will continue to increase aid to Jordan Lebanon and Syria going forward Chemical weapons A key part of the mission to destroy Syria s chemical weapons programme has consisted of transporting chemical weapons and other substances out of Syria Based on UN Security Council Resolution 2118 on the destruction of Syrian chemical weapons Norway and Denmark have contributed to transporting chemical weapons out of Syria for destruction through participation in the OPCW and the UN joint mission Since December 2013 Norway has contributed a civil cargo vessel and a military escort vessel as well as a military support element on board the cargo vessel the MV Taiko The OPCW reported on 23 June 2014 that the transport of chemical weapons out of Syria had been completed Never before had a country s arsenal of weapons of mass destruction been removed in a corresponding manner By participating in the operation Norway has contributed to preventing the weapons being used again against Syria s civil population or falling into the wrong hands In December 2013 Norway also made a contribution of NOK 18 3 million to the OPCW s destruction fund Education crisis The conflict in Syria has driven millions of children from their normal everyday activities As many as 1 3 million Syrian children are currently refugees in neighbouring countries Even more are living displaced inside Syria where fighting and destruction have demolished large parts of the national education opportunities UNICEF estimates that a total of 2 8 million children in Syria are unable to attend school According to the Ministry of Education in Syria 35 per cent fewer Syrian children and youth attend school now compared with before the war Between the first and twelfth year 1 9 million students

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  • Access to microdata - norad.no
    regions Africa America Asia Europe Oceania The Middle East Not geographically allocated Select country or region Select all Algeria Angola Benin Botswana Burkina Faso Burundi Cameroon Cape Verde Central African Rep Chad Comoros Congo Dem Rep Congo Rep Cote D Ivoire Djibouti Egypt Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Ethiopia Gabon Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea Bissau Kenya Lesotho Liberia Libya Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritania Mauritius Morocco Mozambique Namibia Niger Nigeria Rwanda Sao Tome Principe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa South Sudan Sudan Swaziland Tanzania Togo Tunisia Uganda Zambia Zimbabwe Africa Regional North of Sahara Regional South of Sahara Regional Select all Antigua Barbuda Argentina Bahamas Barbados Belize Bermuda Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Cuba Dominican Republic Ecuador El Salvador Grenada Guatemala Guyana Haiti Honduras Jamaica Mexico Nicaragua Panama Paraguay Peru St Kitts Nevis St Lucia St Vincent Grenadines Suriname Trinidad Tobago Uruguay Venezuela America Regional North Central America Regional South America Regional West Indies Regional Select all Afghanistan Armenia Azerbaijan Bangladesh Bhutan Cambodia China Georgia India Indonesia Kazakhstan Korea Republic of Kyrgyz Rep Laos Malaysia Maldives Mongolia Myanmar Nepal North Korea Pakistan Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Taiwan Tajikistan Thailand Timor Leste Turkmenistan Uzbekistan Viet Nam Asia Regional Central Asia Regional South Central Asia Regional Southeast Asia Regional Select all Albania Belarus Bosnia Herzegovina Croatia Cyprus Greece Kosovo Macedonia Fyrom Malta Moldova Montenegro Portugal Serbia Slovenia Turkey Ukraine Europe Regional Select all Fiji Kiribati Marshall Islands Nauru Papua New Guinea Samoa Solomon Islands Tokelau Tonga Vanuatu Oceania Regional Select all Bahrain Iran Iraq Israel Jordan Kuwait Lebanon Oman Palestine Qatar Saudi Arabia Syria United Arab Emirates Yemen Middle East Regional Select all Administration Multilateral Global Unspecified 3 Select sector group All Economic development and trade Education Emergency assistance Environment and energy Good governance Health and social services In donor costs and unspecified Multilateral 4 Select partner group All Multilateral institutions NGO Norwegian NGO International NGO Local Norwegian public sector Public sector in developing countries Public sector other donor countries Governments Ministries in developing countries Norwegian private sector Other countries private sector Consultants Public private partnerships Unknown 5 Select budget post All 140 Utenriksdepartementets administrasjon av utviklingshjelpen 141 Direktoratet for utviklingssamarbeid Norad 144 Fredskorpset 150 Bistand til Afrika 151 Bistand til Asia 152 Bistand til Midtøsten 152 Bistand til Midtøsten og Nord Afrika 153 Bistand til Latin Amerika 160 Sivilt samfunn og demokratiutvikling 161 Næringsutvikling 162 Overgangsbistand GAP 163 Nødhjelp humanitær bistand og menneskerettigheter 164 Fred forsoning og demokrati 165 Forskning kompetanseheving og evaluering 166 Miljø og bærekraftig utvikling mv 167 Flyktningetiltak i Norge godkjent som ODA 168 Kvinner og likestilling 169 Globale helse og vaksineinitiativ 170 FN organisasjoner mv 171 Multilaterale finansinstitusjoner 172 Gjeldslette og gjeldsrelaterte tiltak 51 Ikke Utenriksdepartementets budsjett 5309 Tilbakeføringer Your selections Period Region country Sector Partner Budget post You neet to select the following Generate reports Download CSV file Comma separated values If you are using Excel save the file right click the file icon choose Open with and then select Excel Generating report large quantities of

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