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Evaluation of Swedish government research cooperation with Eduardo Mondlane University, Mozambique 2011-2016
Report in External Series | Jan 2017
This report presents the findings, conclusions and recommendations of an Evaluation of Swedish government research cooperation with Eduardo Mondlane University, ...
Sida Mozambique University Cooperation, Sweden Mozambique
Addressing corruption through sector approaches: Exploring lessons from the Moroccan anticorruption strategy for the health sector
U4 Practice Insight | May 2013
Sector-specific anti-corruption efforts are widely recommended but rarely implemented at the country level. The Moroccan Central Authority for ...
anti-corruption, health sector, Morocco
Report in External Series | Jan 2008
Policy recommendations: Confronting corruption is part and parcel of building legitimacy and public confidence in fragile states. Corruption creates ...
External review of the project on the study of China's regional national autonomy system (2003-2008)
Report in External Series | Oct 2009
The China Autonomy Programme (CAP) of the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights has aimed to study ways and means for protecting and promoting the interests ...
Governance and democracy, Human rights, Civil society, Culture and sports, China
Journal Article | Dec 2008
The positive effects of conditional cash transfer programmes (CCTs) in Latin America have led to the recommendation that CCTs should be promoted. This ...
Poverty reduction, social protection, pension, vulnerability, universal
CMI Report | Jan 1996
This report recommends that Human Rights in Developing Countries adopt a radically new approach to monitoring human rights. The "old way" is to monitor ...
CMI Report | Jan 1996
In 1986 the member states of the then Southern African Development Coordination Conference (SADC) and the five Nordic countries signed a joint declaration ...
Regional cooperation, International relations, North-South relations, Scandianvia, Southern Africa, Africa: SADC
News | 8 May 2015
Access to education has been one of the main priorities for Afghan authorities and the international community for the past 14 years, but despite formidable investments in the country’s educational sector, many Afghan children leave school without being able to read or write. What has gone wrong?
CMI Report | Mar 2018
The purpose of this study is to systematise and analyse existing knowledge on taxation in fragile states. Efforts to support domestic revenue mobilisation ...
Fragile states, state building, domestic revenue mobilisation, taxation, capacity building, development assistance
CMI Report | Jan 2005
This report sets out the background, analyses, conclusions and recommendations from a review of a project on Micro and Small-scale Industry Development ...
Small-scale industry, Industrial development, Capacity building, Mozambique, Africa: Mozambique
International money-laundering regulation of alternative remittance systems - why the current approach does not work in developing countries
Journal Article | Jan 2012
This article examines the recommendations of an influential international advisory body, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), towards regulation of ...
money laundering, alternative remittance systems, Afghanistan, United Arab Emirates
CMI Report | Jan 2005
The report was commissioned by Norwegian People's Aid (NPA) with funds from NORAD. The evaluation looks into NPA's support to health services in Gisenyi ...
Health insurance, Incentives, Rwanda, Africa: Rwanda
CMI Report | Jan 2003
NORAD has been supporting the Nepal Human Rights Yearbook for a decade, from the pilot issue in 1992 and up to the present date. The Yearbook has over ...
Human rights, Aid, Evaluation, Nepal, Asia: Nepal
News | 2 Mar 2011
Negotiations for Sudan's future after the Comprehensive Peace Agreement started in earnest on 23 June 2010 with the signing of an MOU by the NCP and SPLM that lays down the modalities for resolving post-referendum issues and arrangements.
News | 14 Nov 2011
1470 Iraqi asylum seekers have returned to Iraq through IRRINI, a Norwegian programme for voluntary return. The majority of the returnees are content with the programme, concludes an evaluation, but they do not see the return as voluntary. IRRINI is the last resort for a dignified return.
Commissioned Report | Jan 1999
The aim of the Baseline Survey was to generate information on the characteristics of entrepreneurs and enterprises in the Erongo and Otjozondjupa regions ...
Small enterprises, Namibia
Maximising the efficiency and impact of Supreme Audit Institutions through engagement with other stakeholders
U4 Issue | Aug 2013
The effectiveness of Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs) is not determined solely by resources and capacity levels. A range of other factors is of ...
Accountability, Audit, Audit cycle, Media, NGO, Parliament, People's engagement, , Public financial management, Public participation, Public resources, Supreme Audit Institution, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Slovenia
CMI Report | Nov 2012
This report provides an independent review of the Mmino programme between Norway and South Africa. Mmino was established in 2000 with the aim of strengthening ...
Culture, Music, South Africa, Norway
Taking the Paris Principles to Asia. A study of Three Human Rights Commissions in Southeast Asia: Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines
CMI Report | Jun 2007
The report studies three human rights commissions in Southeast Asia in light of the so-called Paris Principles. These principles are the authoritative ...
Human rights, Southeast Asia, Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia
News | 30 Jun 2014
Tanzanian nurses are reluctant to work in rural areas. - Offering further education and free housing may convince many more to move to remote areas, says CMI director Ottar Mæstad.