Evaluation of Norwegian support to and through umbrella and network organisations in civil society
The purpose of the evaluation is to provide guidance to future support through and to civil society umbrella and network organisations, by assessing their effectiveness, efficiency and added value with regard to supporting civil society development. The evaluation will include two case countries for study, Tanzania and Nepal, in addition to looking more specifically at the work of relevant organisations in Norway. All umbrella- and network organisations that receive/channel support from Norway are, in principle, of interest for the evaluation, while Norwegian organisations are preselected. The study period is the last five years (2008-2012).
The project is a collaboration between CMI and NIRAS.
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