That is one of the recommendations from the Consultation on Improving Access to Health Workers at the Frontline for Better Maternal and Child Survival that was held in Nairobi 25 to 27 June 2012.
Earlier this year, Norad announced NORHED as its new programme for capacity development for higher education and research in low and middle income countries. The call for seed funding has unfortunately been postponed.
Countdown to 2015 launched its 2012 Report on June 14, 2012, at the Child Survival Call to Action, a two-day high-level meeting in Washington, D.C.
The possibility to submit concept notes is now closed (May 15 2012).
A new study on financial flows in the UN shows that UN agencies are carrying a build-up of unspent funds.
Norad has a new phone number – contact us on (+47) 23 98 00 00.
- There was little Norway could do to influence the forces that put an end to the peace process and led to the start of a new war, says Gunnar Sørbø from the Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI).
What can we learn from Norwegian peace efforts in Sri Lanka? What, if anything, could have been done differently? How did Norway as a facilitator understand the conflict and how it evolved?
Efforts against corruption have often failed because donors have ignored that “universal” norms about neutrality and equal treatment are not universal, argue the authors of a new study published by the Evaluation Department of Norad.