Mid-term review of the Norwegian People's Aid Development Programme in Cambodia
The Norwegian NGO the Norwegian People's Aid (NPA) has provided development aid to Cambodia since 1992. The main purpose is to strengthen civil society actors so that they can participate and contribute to democratisation and development. Through NPA's Cambodia office NPA currently supporst the work of 11 civil society organisations active on democratisation, rights and just resources distribution.
This review will assess the current 2016-2019 programme cycle with a focus on relevance, outcomes and impacts on primary beneficiaries and effectiveness and efficiency of the programme. The review shall provide recommendations, including in relation to partnership approach and NPA's added value.
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