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Tanzania and Aid and debt

Tanzania
  • Capital: Dodoma
  • Population: 41892895
  • Size: 945087.0 Km2

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Review of support to female engineers through the Structured Engineers Apprenticeship Program (SEAP) implemented by Engineers Registration Board (ERB)
H. L. Moen; Silje S. Vevatne; Esther Masunzu / Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation - NORAD 2015
Introduction The Royal Norwegian Embassy (RNE) has requested Norad to undertake a review of the support to female engineers through the Structured Engineers Apprenticeship Program (SEAP) in order to asse...
Norfund’s Kilombero Plantation in Tanzania: meagre results from a large investment
C. Wilson / Association for International Water and Forest Studies, Norway 2016
This report set out to analyse water use by Kilombero Plantations Limited (KPL) in  Tanzania  and  its  effect  on  the  people  dependent  on  local  water  resources. Norfu...
Chasing civil society? Evaluation of Fredskorpset
E. Tjønneland / Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation - NORAD 2016
The evaluation has assessed FK Norway’s approach and strategy when it comes to strengthening civil society in developing countries. This is one of FK Norway’s overarching objectives and core activities, as stated in the in...
Women and girls failed: the Burundian refugee response in Tanzania
Refugees International 2015
Since April 2015, political instability and violence has rocked Burundi, forcing an estimated 220,000 people to flee to neighbouring countries. Approximately half of these refugees are women, and around half of the many women who repo...
Mid-term review of the Oil for Development (OfD) Programme in Tanzania
M. Cabello; M. Beare; I. Bash / Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation - NORAD 2015
Findings obtained by the evaluation team seem to suggest that the Programme is not performing according to the original plans. In this regard, Norwegian and Tanzanians stakeholders alike seem to agree that the project is far for...
Review of Norad´s Assistance to gender mainstreaming in the energy and petroleum sector 2010-2014
E. v d Bergh Collier / Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation - NORAD 2015
Background A review of Norad’s assistance to gender mainstreaming in the energy and petroleum sector through the framework agreement with ENERGIA was conducted by Norconsult in 2014. The purpose of the Framework Agreement...
Added value. Added cost? Evaluation of Norwegian support through and to umbrella and network organisations in civil society
S.E. Sørensen / Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation - NORAD 2014
About five per cent of Norwegian support to civil society organisations is channelled via Norwegian umbrella and network organisations. These organisations serve as an intermediary between Norad and civil society organisations with re...
Integrating gender responsive budgeting into the aid effectiveness agenda reports
D. Budlender / UN Women 2009
These research reports (one composite report and ten country reports) have been generated as part of the UNIFEM programme, 'Integrating gender responsive budgeting into the aid effectiveness agenda'. The three-year programme...
National REDD Policy Project Tanzania. End of project review. Final report
The Norwegian Embassy in Tanzania 2014
The Norwegian Government funded REDD+ project portfolio in Tanzania is creating significant positive results across Tanzania. Along with the research project on climate change and a selection of pilot projects, the REDD+ Policy Projec...
Haydom Lutheran Hospital. Midterm review of the Block Grant Support. End review of the MDG 4 and 5 project support
S. Lange / Chr. Michelsen Institute, Norway 2013
Haydom Lutheran Hospital (HLH) is an important service provider in an area of Tanzania where the population is poor and government health services are inadequate. In 2011, The Royal Norwegian Embassy funded 61% of the hospit...
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