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  • Norads samlede rapporter - norad.no
    Helse Hiv aids Humanitær bistand Kapasitetsutvikling Klima og miljø Konflikt fred og sikkerhet Kultur og sport Kvinner og likestilling Media og kommunikasjon Menneskerettigheter Migrasjon inkludert urbanisering Multilaterale institusjoner Naturressurser inkludert olje Næringsutvikling Offentlig forvaltning Primærnæring landbruk fiske skogbruk Sivilt samfunn Sosiale tjenester Styresett og demokrati Sysselsetting Urbefolkning Utdanning og forskning Vann og sanitær Økonomisk utvikling År Vis alle år 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 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 101 114 av 114 Sortert etter År Tittel Norad Mars 2007 A Discussion Paper on Donor Best Practices Towards NGOs in Nepal Norad Mai 2007 The Office of the Ombudsman OoO in Malawi An Appraisal Norad Mars 2007 Review of Female Genital Mutilation Cutting FGM C Projects in Eritrea Norad Juli 2007 Report on Conflict Sensitivity of Norwegian NGOs Development Assistance in Nepal Norad Mai 2007 Mid Term Review of Cooperation between National Statistics Office in Eritrea and Statistics Norway Norad Juni 2007 Review of the Sino Norwegian Environmental Cooperation 1996 2005 Norad Mars 2007 Basic Education Improvement Programme BEIP NWEP Norad Juli 2007 Common Approach to Budget Support CABS in Malawi Norad Mai 2007 Midtveisgjennomgang av støtte til helsesektoren i Botswana Norad November 2007 Review of the ISS project on terrorism money laundering organised crime and corruption Norad November 2007 Mid term review of the Public Expenditure Management and Financial Accountability PEMFA programme in Zambia Norad Juli 2007 Mid Term Review of

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  • Gjennomganger fra organisasjoner - norad.no
    Guinea El Salvador Elfenbenskysten Eritrea Estland Etiopia Europa Filippinene Gabon Gambia Georgia Ghana Global uspesifisert Guatemala Guinea Guinea Bissau Guyana Haiti Honduras Hviterussland India Indonesia Irak Iran Israel Jamaica Jemen Jordan Kambodsja Kamerun Kapp Verde Kasakhstan Kenya Kina Kirgisistan Kongo Kongo Brazzaville Kosovo Kroatia Laos Latin Amerika Lesotho Libanon Liberia Libya Madagaskar Makedonia Malawi Malaysia Maldivene Mali Marokko Mauritania Mauritius Mexico Midtøsten Moldova Mongolia Montenegro Mosambik Myanmar Burma Namibia Nepal Nicaragua Niger Nigeria Nord Korea Oman Pakistan Palestina Panama Papua Ny Guinea Paraguay Peru Polen Rwanda Senegal Sentralafrikanske republikk Serbia Seychellene Sierra Leone Somalia Sri Lanka Sudan Swaziland Syria São Tomé og Príncipe Sør Afrika Sør Sudan Tadsjikistan Tanzania Thailand Togo Tsjad Tsjekkia Tunisia Turkmenistan Tyrkia Uganda Ukraina Uruguay Usbekistan Venezuela Vietnam Zambia Zimbabwe Øst Timor Tema Vis alle temaer Anti korrupsjon Bank og finansnæring Barn Biologisk mangfold Budsjettstøtte Energi og infrastruktur Gjeld Handel og transport Helse Hiv aids Humanitær bistand Kapasitetsutvikling Klima og miljø Konflikt fred og sikkerhet Kultur og sport Kvinner og likestilling Media og kommunikasjon Menneskerettigheter Migrasjon inkludert urbanisering Multilaterale institusjoner Naturressurser inkludert olje Næringsutvikling Offentlig forvaltning Primærnæring landbruk fiske skogbruk Sivilt samfunn Sosiale tjenester Styresett og demokrati Sysselsetting Urbefolkning Utdanning og forskning Vann og sanitær Økonomisk utvikling År Vis alle år 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 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 712 Sortert etter Tittel År Save the Children Norway Desember 2005 A new beginning Children primary schools and social change in post conflict Preah Vihear Province Cambodia FORUT Campaign for Development and Solidarity 2011 Earlier Women Were Just in a Corner of the House A Critical Review of FORUT s Programme on Promoting Gender Equality Atlas Alliance 2004 More of the same and try something new Evaluation of the Community Based Rehabilitation Programme in Eritrea Atlas LHL 2008 3rd in depth review mission for NTP November 2008 Forum for Women and Development 2011 A Comparative Evaluation of FOKUS FGM Projects in East Africa Campaign for Development and Solidarity FORUT 2008 A Critical Review of Child Workers in Nepal Concerned Centre CWIN and its Programmes for Vulnerable Children Rainforest Foundation Norway 2001 A mid term evaluation of The intercultural education project PEI among the Yanomami Misjonsalliansen 2012 A participatory evaluation of community transformation in rural Cambodia Norges Blindeforbund NBF 2009 A review of its co operation with Norwegian Association of the Blind and Partially Sighted Save the Children Norway 2006 A review of the Alternative Basic Education program in Karamoja Medecins Sans Frontieres 2011 A study of stakeholders perception of Médecins Sans Frontières support to Thyolo district in Malawi Save the Children Norway Redd Barna

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  • Mental Health Program (MHP) Phase III mid term evaluation - norad.no
    capacity building Purpose objective To examine to what extent program activities are relevant in order to reach the overall goals of the programme By doing this using the criteria of relevance effectiveness efficiency and sustainability the evaluation will also help developing a strategy for moving the MHP further into a next phase Methodology Multi dimensional analyzing qualitative and quantitative data from project documents reports key informants and an opinion online survey of partners Key findings MHP strongest assets a flexible approach networking with partners across the region including partners affiliations with other civil society actors institutions and governmental bodies MHP has clearly made an impact in the field of mental health the region Too many MHP project objectives and outcomes are not clearly enough measurable quantifiable MHP has a potential for higher performance i a by capitalizing more on inter relational support and mobilization of network partners Recommendations On relevance future design should be complemented with a more macro vision approach in order to enhance mental health on a behavioural level improve activities and practices advocacy of partner s in their communities and make them agents of change On efficiency a more coherent log frame should be developed more focus on quantifiable logics targets set against indicators etc and the project team further trained in result based management RBM design clearer activity tracking tables and risk log listing On effectiveness improve design tools develop a clear communication strategy and increase visibility i a social media website reaching new audiences more activities on Syria Iraq possibly Gulf and North Africa On impact and sustainability involve partners more in co managing on programmatic and managerial levels outreach to more humanitarian settings Syria Iraq tailoring of resource use to humanitarian response Generate more easily accessible resources Comments from the organisation if any NA

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  • Final Project Evaluation: Eastern Equatoria Sustainable Education System (EE SES) Project & Basic Services for the Reintegration of Returnees (BSRR) in Maiwut County, Upper Nile State - norad.no
    and 5 500 in Kapoeta North County Result 2 32 000 people in Budi County have increased knowledge and understanding of HIV AIDS and STDs Result 3 14 education advocacy groups create awareness regarding the importance of girls education and education for all among the community in 6 payams villages Objectives in Maiwut By the end of the project the following results were to be achieved Result 1 144 PTA members received education support and advocacy training and actively promote education especially for girls Result 2 34 teachers have successfully concluded the 3 annual INSERT sessions 13 head teachers receive refresher courses 22 country and payam education officers trained in education management Result 3 13 hygiene and sanitation clubs implement sanitation and hygiene awareness activities on quarterly basis 13 hand washing centres established Methodology Various data collection methodologies were used including review of project documents focus group discussions key informant interviews and observation A cluster sampling and systematic sampling method were used for the household data collection while judgmental sampling was used for key informant interviews and focus group discussions The sample size identified for the evaluation in Budi and Kapoeta was 424 households The Statistical Package for Social Sciences SPSS and Microsoft Excel were used to aid in the analysis The Maiwut project was a desk review due to ongoing conflict in the area at the time of evaluation Key findings The project contributed substantially to the quality of the education system in Budi Kapoeta North and Maiwut Counties Through teacher training school contruction PTA formation and various other activities the project improved the quality of education for over 22 000 students Other key findings are listed here Gross enrolment increased slightly from 44 to 46 but did not reach the target of 55 There was a slight increase in girls enrolment from 37 to 40 2370 school aged children attend primary and secondary schools constructed by the programme 1071 of these being girls An increase in enrolment in both Budi and Kapoeta North by 143 and 100 respectively in project supported schools 72 teachers have completed INSERT training 24 in Maiwut out of a total of 134 participants 417 PTA members trained 143 in Maiwut over a target of 397 308 Advocacy groups trained 48 in Maiwut over a target of 183 55 hygiene and sanitation clubs established 13 in Maiwut compared to a target of 57 Recommendations The program design should be improved in order to address fundamental aspects of education quality including a holistic child friendly environment child rights School administration facilities and active community participation The PTAs Payam education officers and even school administration seemed to lack the capacity to mobilize local and supplementary external resources They should be trained on resource mobilization The project should also design a retention strategy for those recruited in an initiative Appropriate strategies should be in place for retaining INSERT students and members of the Advocacy groups which are prone to dropout In pursuit of quality education and change

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  • End of Project Evaluation for ATJK WEHEA II, ADRA Ethiopia - norad.no
    and hygiene for the 51 380 local villagers To have increased environmental awareness and practice methods to mitigate environmental degradation for the 51 380 local villagers Methodology Various data collection methodologies were used including review of project documents focus group discussions key informant interviews and observation Data collection was undertaken by both the consultant and ADRA Ethiopia recruited enumerators and facilitators Household surveys were conducted based on a sample size of 450 households The Statistical Package for Social Sciences SPSS was used for data analysis Key findings All objectives were achieved however the second half of the preparatory school was not constructed by the community and local government as originally planned due to lack of coordination with the regional government ADRA agreed to complete the school prior to school start September 2014 ADRA Ethiopia coordinated its work among disabled students with Gravete Clinic in Zweyi which enabled them to reach more children The original target was 15 but through this cooperation they were able to help 52 disabled students 30 of these being girls The manner in which ADRA was to work with the community in regards to health hygiene and environmental awareness changed when the government suggested a new strategy Instead of ADRA working directly with two villages ADRA trained the government initiated health development army which in turn reached 43 kebeles and the entire Woreda ADRA s cooperation with the local government regarding the installation of water points benefited the project since the government engineers only required per diem It ensured the sustainability of the intervention through ownership from the outset 222 children attend a primary school built by the EWC programme 1098 community members have access to potable water through the programme 86 of respondents have a greater understanding of environmental issues compared to 48 at baseline

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  • MID-TERM EVALUATION REPORT ON PEACE BUILDING PROJECT BETWEEN OROMO PEOPLE IN EAST WOLLEGA ZONE OROMIA REGIONAL STATE AND GUMUZ PEOPLE IN KAMASHI ZONE, BENISHANGUL GUMUZ REGIONAL STATE - norad.no
    at the Addis Ababa Peace Office b key personnel at the Mekane Yesus HQ especially members of the Management Committee responsible for making decisions concerning the project c project staff at the Nekempte Central Synod project office and d key administrative personnel at the Central Synod Office d Interviews General stakeholders Woreda officials police forces schools and faith based organizations e Schedule The evaluation will take place between 14 30 April 2014 Key findings a Manpower problems b Project office location far from project site c project vehicle not purchased d Peaceful condition between the Oromo and Gumuz e Government nitiative in creating peace clubs and peace committees f Activities cancelled g Information centers not in the project area h Virtually all trainings done outside the project area i No activities at all conducted at the Yasow project site j Highly bureaucratic procedures of EECMY k Commitment of the church leadership Recommendations a Additional manpower should be immediately engaged Ideally an assistant coordinator should be hired at the Nekempte Peace Office and four part time local coordinators should be hired one at each Woreda b A project vehicle should be purchased immediately by following the established purchasing procedures Instead of a Toyota Landcruiser the church should purchase a new Toyota Double Cab Hilux pickup truck from a reliable importer such as the Moenco Company of Ethiopia An estimated cost of this vehicle is 1 300 000 birr and the project account currently has a balance of 2 635 811 birr c The project vehicle should be stationed at the Nekempte Peace Office close to the project area where it could primarily be used to directly support the activities in the project area d All future trainings and workshops should only be conducted in the project areas despite the personal discomfort this might mean for the project staff e The loss of the advance payment of 750 000 birr given to a local importer without a guarantee letter or any form of collateral is the responsibility of the church leadership Management Committee Therefore the church should reimburse this money from its account to the project fund account f The church should continue to pursue legal action to recoup its lost money g The Peace Office should be given greater autonomy to spend the allocated budget without the cumbersome procedure of routing all project decisions through the Management Committee h If possible a Project Committee should be established to manage the decisions of the project The result would be a streamlined more responsive and more accountable management structure i Lists of attendees for any workshop training or conference must be maintained by the project office until the conclusion of the project j When trying to fill employment opportunities for the project if competent internal applicants from the EECMY are not found an invitation should be extended to external applicants so the project execution may be accomplished k The project should be amended to focus on the strengths experienced so far 1 Sport

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  • Mid-Term Project Evaluation Report; Address Gender Based Violence and Child Abuse in the Shiselweni Region - norad.no
    the target beneficiaries To assess the extent to which the project has improved GBV reporting in target communities To assess the extent to which knowledge and awareness of child abuses practices and gender based violence acts To assess the extent to which access and demand for services addressing gender based violence and child abuse among residents of Shiselweni To assess the capacity of NATICC staff and partners to provide appropriate and effective services to survivors of gender based violence and child abuse To assess the sustainability of provision GBV services in the absence of external support implementing agency To assess the capacity of traditional leaders in handling GBV cases at community level To provide specific recommendations and lessons learnt that NATICC can utilize in designing future programs To assess added value from DFEF DIGNI donor organizations to the project Methodology Consistent with the principles of this evaluation the approach used for data collection was mainly participatory with the intentions of building on the work that NATICC has done over the past three 3 years During the data collection phase in cities and communities the consultants at all stages gave the opportunity to beneficiaries and project stakeholders to freely express themselves on activity implementation achievements and difficulties experienced along the way The Consultant in addition analysed documents produced by NATICC its partners and NGOs on the theme of Gender Based Violence Key findings The team found the current coordinated community response approach which aims to provide survivors with an integrated service provider to be an effective model The system provides the survivor with a more comprehensive victim cantered service The service processes were found to be engaging inclusive and consultative thereby making clients feel empowered This coordinated community approach to addressing gander based violence is recommended and in fact required under the Draft National guidelines on GBV The team found that the dual pronged approach of providing direct services at the same time as conducting public outreach and sensitization campaigns activities at all levels at community level is the most effective approach to comprehensively address GBV in Swaziland These initiatives have successfully broken the silence regarding GBV in Swaziland transforming deeply entrenched attitudes and norms The motivation and full support of GBV prevention by community leaders and the establishment of regional GBV prevention networks which are key to comprehensive GBV care Lack of shelter for housing GBV survivors was noted as a cause of concern as these waters down all the efforts the project and its partners have put in place Recommendations Along with consolidation and strengthening of existing GBV services and activities the evaluation team recommends increased availability of resources and to focus on areas that have not received sufficient attention to date These are as follows Increased Economic Empowerment Enhance Capacity of GBV Services and Community Providers to Prevent HIV and Provide Referrals Follow up to HIV Care and Support Services Strengthen Monitoring and Evaluation Additional Financial Support Comments from the organisation if any Generally we feel this is

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  • ADRA Somalia Final Evaluation; Inclusive Education in Post-Conflict Somalia (IEPCS) - norad.no
    management Output 4 Local communities have been exposed to messages on the importance of education particularly for girls Methodology Various data collection methodologies were used including review of project documents focus group discussions key informant interviews and observation A proportionate to population size sampling and systematic sampling method was used in the pupils and teacher data collection For the school head teachers and CECs since the populations were very small evaluated census was conducted Judgemental sampling was used for the Education officers and project staff The questionnaires were analysed by use of descriptive statistics The Statistical Package for Social Sciences SPSS and Microsoft Excel were used to aid in the analysis Key findings Indicator Baseline Target End Term Percent Achieved Additional enrolment of 1000 school age children 1996 1000 4 178 209 of pupils that report satisfaction with the quality of teaching 70 86 9 124 of primary school buildings rehabilitated or constructed 10 10 10 100 of primary school with constructed or rehabilitated water and sanitation facilities with separate latrines for girls 10 10 10 100 of teachers in targeted primary schools that apply child centred participatory teaching methods 0 85 75 88 of pupils that are satisfied with the education environment both outside and inside classroom 80 91 5 114 of teachers recruited and trained on child centred friendly teaching methodologies 100 70M 30F 100 82M 18F 100 of officials of local education administration trained on school monitoring and reporting N A 46 100 of Education For All campaigns carried out 3 4 133 Through the project there was Increased enrollment of both boys and girls Improved school infrastructure Improved quality of learning through provision of facilities and materials Trained teachers head teachers and education officials Empowered communities that manage and contribute to the education standards in their

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