Impact Assessment of Norwegian Development Aid to Rukwa Region, Tanzania
Norwegian aid to Rukwa Region started in 1979 with the planning of a water supply programme aiming at covering most villages and towns. In 1986, a full integrated programme - RUDEP - was initiated based on a longterm vision for improving living standards. However, Norway decided to wind up the programme already 1995. At its peak RUDEP constitued about two-thirds of public investments in the Region. This study traces impacts of the programme that are recognisable today.
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