Making partnership work: Vision and implementation of a development programme
This report is based on a review commissioned by the Norwegian People’s Aid (NPA). The NPA is one of Norway’s biggest NGOs with development programmes in over 30 countries in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Latin America and Europe. The main purpose of the review was to assess the implementation of the NPA’s international development strategy, in particular the partnership policy and the political work of the NPA. The review is based on desk studies of documents on the NPA’s international strategy and its implementation; interviews with NPA officials and other stakeholders in Norway; and case study material based on field visits to NPA country offices and their partners in Cambodia, Ecuador and Ethiopia.
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