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.



Results and accountability of Norway's development co-operation

Norway has continued its efforts to build a stronger culture for managing results. It uses its partners’ monitoring frameworks as the starting point for results management, primarily geared towards capturing results at the programme and project level. However, Norway has problems linking these outcomes to its broader development objectives, a challenge shared by many DAC members. In recent years, Norway has enlarged its output-based aid portfolio. As the Government moves forward, it should prioritise supporting its partners’ capacity to manage for results.


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