Evaluation of Norwegian engagement in South Sudan
This study is commissioned by Norad's evaluation department. It seeks to evaluate the total Norwegian engagement in South Sudan with a focus in development aid and the period from South Sudan independence in 2011 to 2018.
The evaluation assesses the effects of Norway's engagement and the coherence and conflict sensitivity of the engagement. Furthermore, the evaluation assesses Norways ability to use learning in informing the engagement in South Sudan.
The evaluation formulates lessions learned fromt he engagement and provide recommendations on how to adjust future engagement.
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