Published: 9. April 2018
More Norwegian aid for crisis and conflictNorway provided NOK 34.1 billion in official development aid in 2017.
Published: 20. March 2018
Ineffective results reporting?A new evaluation finds that the results-based management practised by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) and Norad fails to contribute to effective development assistance because the results information collected is not used to a sufficient extent.
Published: 7. March 2018
The World’s Most Beautiful Night Trek in Ålesund– Let’s walk together for the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Published: 5. March 2018
Positive evaluation findings for EduApp4SyriaThe first evaluation of the EduApp4Syria games concludes that the apps can provide effective literacy learning opportunities to Syrian and other Arabic-speaking children.
Published: 27. February 2018
New evaluation programme focuses on humanitarian assistance and the private sectorSee the new programme for 2018-2020.
Published: 26. January 2018
Eight organisations receive education fundingNorad has signed agreements with eight different civil society organisations working in the field of education in Burkina Faso, Niger and Mali to the total of NOK 390 million.
Published: 5. January 2018
Submissions to Norad’s consultation on Principles for Support to Civil SocietyNorad has received close to 60 submissions from organisations and individuals as part of its open consultation on Principles for Support to Civil Society.
Published: 11. December 2017
Watch the Norad Conference 2017Aid in the age of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is the thematic focus for this year’s annual Norad Conference in Oslo on 11 December 2017.
Published: 6. December 2017
Many good results despite high riskNew Country Evaluation Briefs on development assistance to Myanmar and Nepal.
Published: 7. November 2017
Open consultation: Norad’s Principles for Support to Civil SocietyWe are pleased to present you with our draft Principles for Support to Civil Society for your input. The consultation is open to all, and is not limited to our partners or other civil society actors.