The Swedish Strategy for Development Cooperation with Middle East and North Africa, 2006-2010
Sida Decentralised Evaluations (Sida Review)
Lars Florin , Robert Gustafson , Viktoria Hildenwall , Lars Oscár
Sipu International – The Swedish Institute for Public Administration has been commissioned by the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) to evaluate the Swedish Strategy for Development Cooperation with the Middle East and North Africa 2006 – 2010. The purpose has been to generate knowledge, create discussions and reflect on the need for adjustments of the current strategy as input to the development of a strategy for the period 2011 – 2014. The main objectives were to assess the regional approach, the outcomes in four areas of cooperation and the choice of cooperation partners, aid instruments and Sida’s role.