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Monitoring and evaluating Mozambique's poverty reduction strategy PARPA 2006-2008. A synopsis of three qualitative studies on rural and urban poverty
CMI Report | May 2009
The first three in a series of six qualitative and participatory studies on poverty and well-being in Mozambique have revealed that there are positive ...
CMI Report | Jan 2008
This is the third in a series of six qualitative studies monitoring and evaluating Mozambique’s Poverty Reduction Strategy, PARPA. Many communities ...
The World Bank and poverty in Africa: a critical assessment of the Bank's operational strategies for poverty reduction
Report in External Series | Jan 1998
The World Bank and poverty in Africa: a critical assessment of the Bank's operational strategies fo
Report in External Series | Jan 1987
NORADs investerings-støtteordninger Odd-Helge Fjeldstad, K.A. Hagen, K.R. Pedersen and L.O. Vaagen
Journal Article | Mar 2011
African electorates are expected to use non-evaluative rationales, like patronage and ethnicity, when casting their vote. In famine-struck countries like ...
Food Security, Elections, Poverty, Africa, Malawi
CMI Report | May 2010
This report is part of a larger exercise of monitoring and evaluating Mozambique’s poverty reduction strategy, focussing on three districts in Mozambique ...
U4 Issue | Mar 2009
A former programme officer at the Norwegian Embassy in Tanzania considers challenges to aid effectiveness in a major natural resources programme. After ...
NRM, Aid, Budget support, natural resource management, corruption in aid, Tanzania
CMI Brief | Sep 2010
This brief presents the main conclusions from the fourth in a series of six studies monitoring and evaluating Mozambique’s poverty reduction strategy ...
CMI Report | May 2011
This report is part of a larger exercise to monitor and evaluate Mozambique’s poverty reduction strategy PARPA II (2006-2011), and focuses ...
Report in External Series | Jan 1987
Norad's provisions for investment support Odd-Helge Fjeldstad, K.A. Hagen, K.R. Pedersen and L.O. V
(U4) Senior Adviser
Development economist focusing on how to plan, measure and evaluate anti-corruption interventions
Measurement and Evaluation, Results-based management, Anti-corruption
Project | Feb - Dec 2019
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 ...
Development aid, foreign policy, evaluation, , South Sudan, Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Norway
Project | Jul 2018 - Aug 2019
The Evaluation Department in Norad has commissioned CMI to undertake three evaluations of Norwegian development assistance to private sector development ...
U4 Issue | Mar 2012
Corruption indicators have been used in budget support Performance Assessment Frameworks (PAFs) for a variety of purposes, including to control for misappropriation ...
Performance Assessment Framework (PAF), General Budget Support (GBS), , Corruption, Anti-corruption, Indicator Measurement, Monitoring, Evaluation, evaluation measurement
Journal Article | Jan 2014
We compare the procedures and structures for supporting results measurement and evaluation between the Norwegian aid administration, the World Bank, Danida ...
counterfactual, interventions, institutions, foreign assistance
Project | Jan - Sep 1999
In 1998, an agreement was signed between MFA and the Operations Evaluation Department to enhance Norwegian participation in evaluations of World Bank's ...
Does democracy travel well? The role of donors in exporting democratic governance to sub-Saharan Africa
Event | 13 Oct 2011
The international donor community has been trying to promote democratic systems of governance in developing countries. Is progress being made?
Project | Dec 2008 - Dec 2009
The Asian Development Bank (ADB), the Danish International Development Assistance (Danida), the Swedish Agency for Development Evaluation (SADEV), the ...
Anti-corruption, corruption, evaluation, aid
News | 3 May 2016
Many asylum seekers who choose assisted return are from a country destroyed by war and conflict. More than half of those who return to countries such as Afghanistan and Iraq plan to migrate again. Assisted return is a viable type of support to assist with the return, but is not sufficient to prevent large numbers of people once again leaving insecure countries of return. Only minor changes are required, however, to increase the potential for permanent return.