[UD(R)-Three evaluations of Norwegian development assistance to private sector de]
The Evaluation Department in Norad has commissioned CMI to undertake three evaluations of Norwegian development assistance to private sector development and job-creation. The evaluations include:
- Map and describe Norwegian support to private sector development and job creation (Evaluation A).
- Effectiveness and efficiency of the Norwegian portfolio of support to private sector development over the period 2014/15 to 2017/18 (Evaluation B)
- A new approach to measuring job creation in Norwegian PSD aid (Evaluation B).
The purpose of all three evaluations is to improve Norwegian support to private sector development (PSD) and job creation in developing countries.
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