Review of the Norad Programme in Arts and Cultural Education (ACE)
The Norad programme in Arts and Cultural Education (ACE) is a programme for cooperation between institutions for cultural education in the South and partners in Norway. The Programme aims to contribute to the strengthening of cultural education institutions in the South by means of joint activities and professionalisation of artists and art forms.
The main purpose of the review is (i) to document results in accordance with programme outputs and indicators of success, (ii) to determine whether the program efficiently and effectively is advancing towards goals and objectives, and (iii) to provide recommendations on the best way to organise/administer the programme in the future to maximize positive results.
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