Kosovo, one of Europe’s poorest countries, requires a lot of support. Sweden has previously provided humanitarian support to rebuild the country after the war. Displaced people were given help to build new homes. Our support is now focused on the environment, education and democracy.
Openaid.se is a web-based information service about Swedish aid built on open government data. Here you can follow when, to whom and for what purposes aid funds have been disbursed, and with what results.
Sweden Abroad is the web site for Swedish Diplomatic Missions abroad. Please follow the link underneath in order to find contact details to the Embassy.
A shortened version of Sida's Results Appendix to our Annual Report 2011. Describes results of activities focusing mainly on democratic development and greater respects for human rights as well as how the human rights approach is applied.
We are committed to enabling people to get a better life. The individual person is always the focus of our work. Here you will meet some people involved in Swedish development assistance. Let them explain how their situation has changed.
As part of Sida's work with capacity and institutional development Sida offers international training programmes (ITP) for participants from low-and middle-income countries in priority areas. ITP's methodology takes account of the desire to develop and reform that the participants' organization have expressed in their application to the program.
Q&A about procurement at Sida. What regulations apply? What if I submit after the deadline? How do I know what documents are required?
We have compiled some of the most frequently asked questions that we receive. Perhaps yours is among them?
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