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Evaluation of Norwegian humanitarian assistance to the Sudan

Evaluation of Norwegian humanitarian assistance to the Sudan

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Published by Royal Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Oslo .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Sudan.
    • Subjects:
    • Humanitarian assistance, Norwegian -- Sudan.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 68-71).

      Statementby COWI.
      SeriesUD evaluation report ;, 11.97, Evaluation report (Oslo, Norway) ;, 97.11.
      ContributionsCOWIconsult (Firm)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV443.5 .E93 1997
      The Physical Object
      Pagination71 p. :
      Number of Pages71
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL417383M
      ISBN 108271774867
      LC Control Number98120906

      Munzoul Assal (University of Khartoum), Julia Betts (UK humanitarian evaluation consultant) and Ottar Mæstad (CMI). Moderator: Per Øyvind Bastøe (Norad). Humanitarian lessons from the past and the covid 19 response The Covid pandemic in poor countries with weak public health systems and fragile economic structures can cause lasting humanitarian and economic crisis. Monitoring & Evaluation Coordinator (national only) Sudan, Norwegian Refugee Council. Apply for position. The NRC has recently re-registered to operate in Sudan, and is currently in country start-up phase, conducting assessments and designing the first steps of the programme.

      Evaluation of Humanitarian Logistics within EU Civil Protection and Humanitarian Action, Final report Annexes Executive summary. 11/ Evaluation of the operation of Regulation (EU) / on the provision of emergency support in the Union. Final Report including annexes Executive Summary. 12/ South Sudan IOM: Information, Tracking,and Monitoring for South Sudan Displacement Dynamics, Multiyear , portion, (7F) .

      The Norwegian Centre for Humanitarian Studies (NCHS) aims to promote and facilitate critical and relevant research on key humanitarian issues such as those identified above. The Centre will serve as a hub for research and policy discussion, and will feature a national network of scholars working on humanitarian issues from outside the three. Delivery of Humanitarian Assistance 75 JMEC Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission JOC Joint Operations Centre in the Democratic Republic of the Congo NGO Non-Governmental Organisation NPSSS National Prisons Service of South Sudan NUPI Norwegian .


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Evaluation of Norwegian humanitarian assistance to the Sudan Download PDF EPUB FB2

The evaluation has looked at Norway's engagement in South Sudan during the period (with a look back to ). The evaluation has assessed the effects of the total Norwegian engagement, considered whether the engagement has been coherent and conflict sensitive and assessed how the Norwegian engagement has been adapted to a changing.

The purpose of the evaluation is to examine the impact of Norwegian humanitarian assistance upon the continuing civil war and efforts to achieve peace and reconciliation in the country.

Attention will be focused on the extent to which humanitarian assistance has been able to relieve distress, hunger and suffering, and on the effect of the aid. Evaluation of the Norwegian Refugee Council - Case Country Report South Sudan 6 Executive Summary This Case Country Report for South Sudan is part of an evaluation of five core competencies of the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) and NORCAP (Norwegian Capacity) commissioned by Norad.

The evaluation is to focus on the activities of NCR and NPA. Purpose of the evaluation The purpose of evaluating Norwegian humanitarian assistance to the Sudan is to examine the impact it has had in relation to the civil war situation and the ongoing efforts to.

EVALUATION OF DANISH HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE TO SUDAN – EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: CONCLUSIONS & RECOMMENDATIONS Context The origins of the current complex political emergency in Sudan date back more than forty years, when the first civil war began. It continues to the present day with no end in sight.

Development and humanitarian programmes in South Sudan had four main weaknesses: and to both humanitarian and development assistance.

This brief on South Sudan is part of a report series from the Evaluation Department – 'Country Evaluation Briefs' (CEB) – collecting and summarising existing evaluation findings from selected Norwegian. Evaluation of the Humanitarian Mine Action Activities of Norwegian People’s Aid iii Preface As the Norwegian People’s Aid celebrates its 70 years as a humanitarian relief organisation, it may add a clear success to its achievements.

This evaluation report on the humanitarian mine action activities concludes that Norwegian People’s Aid is. Evaluation of Five Humanitarian Programmes of the Norwegian Refugee Council and of the Standby Roster NORCAPiii Preface The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) is the largest Norwegian humanitarian organization, measured by the number of employees.

It employs more than persons and has programme activities in more than 20 countries spread. Evaluation of the ECHO assistance in the Southern Africa and Indian Ocean Region, Executive summaries: en - fr - pt.

02/ Sudan and South Sudan: Evaluation of DG ECHO’s Response to the Humanitarian Crises in Sudan and South Sudan () - Full report Executive summaries: en - fr - ar. 01/ Latin America – Caribbean. NRC, funded by NMFA and SIDA, engaged Humanitarian Outcomes to carry out an evaluation of NRC’s work using Cash and Voucher Assistance, in order to ensure that NRC is able to deliver a relevant, efficient and effective cash strategy in Evaluation of the Norwegian Refugee Council - Public Expenditure Tracking Survey Report 2 Acknowledgements Ternstrom Consulting wishes to thank all the people who have received us and given their time and effort in order to allow us to gather data concerning the three NRC projects in Somalia, South Sudan and Pakistan.

Evaluation of the Norwegian Refugee Council - Case Country Report Pakistan 2 National Identify Cards, essential for their access to humanitarian assistance and to other national civil rights – while recognizing that governmental bureaucratic obstacles prevent full.

The report provides a mapping of Norwegian policy objectives and priorities for humanitarian and long term engagement in fragile contexts; an overview of the volume of Norwegian humanitarian assistance in the period and an overview of Norwegian, and global, official development assistance flows to South Sudan, Somalia and Palestine.

Evaluates the Danish humanitarian assistance to Sudan between and and makes recommendations to guide country-level humanitarian response. The origins of the current complex political emergency in Sudan date back more than forty years, when the first civil war began.

NORCAP is a global provider of expertise to the humanitarian, development and peacebuilding sectors. We build partnerships with international organisations and national actors to protect lives, rights and livelihoods.

NORCAP is a part of the Norwegian Refugee Council. Evaluation of Norwegian Church Aid’s (NCA) support to GBV projects Within its gender based violence (GBV) thematic priority area in Sudan and sincethe Norwegian Church Aid (NCA) has been working on combating FGM (Female humanitarian assistance to affected populations.

The report, entitled Evaluation of Norwegian Humanitarian Assistance to the Sudan, documented that Norwegian and similar relief funds were being used to support SPLA soldiers, and thus prolonging the conflict. The report stated, for example, that by the early s Norwegian People's Aid.

Increased efforts related to humanitarian assistance and private sector development are reflected in the evaluation programme for the Norwegian development assistance over the next three years. South Sudan and Somalia are potential countries for this type of evaluation.

Debate on Norwegian development policy. The former Sudan, divided into the Republic of Sudan in the North and Republic of South Sudan in the South sincehas had one of the largest internally displaced populations in the world.

It has also been one of the largest recipients of foreign assistance. Development policy and humanitarian efforts Worldwide, million people are living in extreme poverty, and 70 million people have been forced to flee their homes. We have a global responsibility to help people in need and contribute to long-term development and a more just world.

As noted above, in Julythe government of Sudan committed to a moratorium on restrictions for humanitarian work in Darfur in the context of its Joint Communiqué with the U.N.

and it.Evaluation of U.S. Humanitarian Assistance Strategy for Southern Sudan: Annexes (OFDA) Statement of Work Interim Strategic Evaluation of Assistance to Southern Sudan Norwegian .1 day ago  Deadline: 18 October Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) is currently seeking applications from eligible applicants for the post of Monitoring & Evaluation Coordinator in Khartoum, Sudan.

NRC provides assistance, protection and durable solutions to refugees and internally.