OECD Development Co-operation Peer Reviews: Norway 2013

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This book reviews development co-operation efforts of Norway over the past five years.  It examines both policy and implementation and takes an integrated, system-wide perspective on Norway's  development co-operation and humanitarian assistance activities.



Norway's vision and policies for development co-operation

The 2008 peer review praised Norway’s progressive vision on development co-operation. Since then, Norway has mapped policy directions for its development co-operation in several new white papers on foreign policy, development assistance, and humanitarian aid, and has worked to integrate further these sectors. These white papers and their Parliamentary recommendations form the basis of Norway’s aid policy framework and commitments, with clear links to the Millennium Development Goals. While Norway has maintained poverty reduction as its main objective, a growing number of additional priorities, each with its own policies and strategies, has added additional layers of complexity.


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