- New report:Female genital mutilation/cutting and obstetric complications
- NORHED:Norad received 173 applications
- The Grand Challenge for Development: Saving Lives at Birth: Round III - Request for Applications
Female genital mutilation/cutting and obstetric complications
We do not know if there is a direct causal link between female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C) and delivery-related problems, but there is a statistical relationship, concludes a new report from the Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services.
Norad received 173 applications
Norad received 173 applications for the NORHED main call by 15 March. The validated results and partners granted funding will be concluded before 1st July 2013.
The Grand Challenge for Development:
Saving Lives at Birth: Round III - Request for Applications
The partnership Saving Lives at Birth seeks groundbreaking prevention and treatment approaches for pregnant women and newborns in poor, hard-to-reach communities around the time of delivery.
In this section you will find selected thematic areas in Norwegian development cooperation.
- Climate Change and the Environment
- Macroeconomics and public administration
- Health and aids
- Education and research
Norad – The Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation – is a specialised directorate under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Norad assures the quality of Norwegian development assistance by means of:
- Technical advisory services
- Quality assurance
- Grant administration
Please find attached comments from Namas Board on the HIPO evaluation 2012.