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Published: 19. August 2021
Evaluation in a time of crisisThe main finding from last year’s evaluations is that the development assistance system needs to improve its learning capability.
Published: 12. August 2021
New evaluation programme: the pandemic calls for new ways of workingThe Evaluation Department is launching the evaluation programme for 2021/22. The pandemic once again forms the backdrop to this year’s evaluation programme.
Published: 3. November 2020
Norwegian Development Aid in the Age of the CoronaAn evaluation view on Norwegian aid responds to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Published: 27. October 2020
Development aid to fragile states: greatest need, highest riskAn increasing proportion of Norwegian development aid is going to countries in fragile situations. This is where the need for humanitarian support is greatest, but also the risk is highest. Norad’s Evaluation Department launches an evaluation of Norway’s engagement in Somalia.
Published: 3. July 2020
Three lessons that prepare the aid administration for crisesThorough analyses, good coordination of Norwegian efforts and active collaboration with international partners are the three main lessons learned when the evaluation department in Norad sums up last year.
Published: 12. May 2020
Consequences for evaluation activities as a result of Covid-19The Covid-19 crisis have led to various consequences for the evaluation of Norwegian aid. This includes how ongoing evaluations are conducted, adjustments of the current Evaluation programme and new initiatives.
Published: 6. April 2020
New evaluation programme: Knowledge is even more important when there is a global crisisDevelopment assistance is now facing major challenges that require action. In such times, knowledge is all the more important for making good decisions.
Published: 15. October 2019
Seven recommendations for improved assistance through multilateral partnershipsAn increasing share of Norwegian assistance is given through multi-donor trust fund mechanisms. A new evaluation has drawn lessons from Norway’s evolving experience to inform future participation in multilateral partnerships.
Published: 21. June 2019
Development of statistical capacity in the SDG-eraIn this Evaluation view, Irene Tuveng argues that more and better official statistics available on country level gives the potential for increased monitoring and evaluation capacity, but that evaluations must not set the priorities for national statistical systems.
Published: 19. June 2019
A Self-Assessment Online Tool for National Evaluation Diagnostics and Strategising Options in the SDG EraThe Independent Evaluation Office (IEO) of UNDP has developed a self-assessment online tool for national evaluation diagnostics and strategising options. Get an overview of the self-assessment tool in this evaluation view.