Cultural heritage in Asia - Evaluation of Norwegian support to the Aga Khan Trust for Culture
The main purpose of this evaluation is to
- review the implementation of the project with a particular consideration of relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, visible effects/changes on beneficiaries; and sustainability; and to
- propose recommendations for a possible next phase of Norwegian support to Aga KhanTrust for Culture (AKTC).
Since 2013 The Noirwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has provided support for the AKTC's programmes to support cultural heritage and historic cities, as well as a music programme. The countries covered through the Norwegian support are India, Afghanistan, Tajikistan and Malaysia.
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