The report provides an organisational review of the Norwegian NGO the Strømme Foundation. The focus is on is on assessing the organisational structure of the Foundation; its parntership models; and the financial management. The review provides a case studies of its programmes in Sri Lanka and Uganda.
The review was commissioned by the Norad's civil society department as an input to the dialogue between the Norad and the NGO before the renewal of the framework agreement for Norad's support to the organisation.
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