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Evaluation of Sida’s support towards food security as part of a wider food system

Sida’s support to food security and food systems spans a diverse range of sectors, including support to reforms of agricultural and land policies, land administration and tenure, food production, agricultural extension services and training, distribution, markets at local, regional and global levels, processing and commercialisation of agricultural products (value chains), technical and scientific innovation, economic instruments, research as well as humanitarian aid in acute and protracted crises. The evaluation looked at how Sida approaches food security in a food systems perspective, how Sida works with food related programming, and where there is room for improvement. The findings show that while a broad range of programmes are relevant for contributing to food security there is very little policy guidance to steer general programming, and even where food security is mentioned in Sweden’s country cooperation strategies, it is never defined. As a result, Sida’s profile in relation to food security is indistinct and reflects a variety of paradigms for influencing food systems.


Språk: Engelska
År: 2022
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Cambodia Case Study

This report examines the Cambodian experience relevant to the support provided by Sida to said country over the last 20 years (2001–2020), with a specific focus on responding to four key evaluation questions: 1: Has Sida’s support to education generated high-level effects in terms of positive or negative, intended or unintended effects? (Impact) 2: Which groups living in poverty have been affected by Sida’s support to education and in what way (particular attention to be paid to marginalised and vulnerable groups)? (Impact) 3: Which factors have constituted conditions for sustainable and resilient results of Sida’s support to education? (Sustainability) 4: Has Sida’s support to education helped education in partner countries live up to the demands of gender equality and fundamental human rights? To what degree have other stakeholders in the partner countries’ education sector taken on gender equality and human rights? (Sustainability). This document has resulted from the data collected from, and on, Cambodia, as part of the evaluation of 20 years of Sida support to the education sector. This report is a stand-alone report in its own right; it is also a case study report, one that feeds into the overall evaluation of 20 years of Sida’s support to the education sector. The focus of this report is on activities that fall under the purview of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (MoEYS).


Språk: Engelska
År: 2022
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Annex 1: Cambodia Case Study

This report is an annex to a report which examines the Cambodian experience relevant to the support provided by Sida to said country over the last 20 years (2001–2020), with a specific focus on responding to four key evaluation questions on impact and sustainability. This document has resulted from the data collected from, and on, Cambodia, as part of the evaluation of 20 years of Sida support to the Education Sector. This report is a stand-alone report in its own right; it is also a case study report, one that feeds into the overall evaluation of 20 years of Sida’s support to the Education Sector. The main focus of this report is on activities that fall under the purview of the Ministry of Education Youth and Sport (MoEYS).


Språk: Engelska
År: 2022
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Evaluation: Think Nature! project 2019–2021

The purpose of the evaluation was to assess the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, sustainability, and impact of the “Think Nature!” project in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), funded by the Swedish International Development Agency (Sida) and implemented by the BiH Centre for Civil Society Promotion. The project aims at increasing the capacity and thus the influence of civil society in the environmental sector and, by doing so, to contribute to better protection of the environment and enhanced resilience to environmental impact and climate change in BiH. The evaluation applied qualitative and quantitative data collection tools, including extensive, eight-day fieldwork in BiH, with 12 municipalities covered across the country and over 100 stakeholders involved in the project implementation consulted. The evaluation produced a set of findings for each project component clustered under five evaluation areas. Seven conclusions were drawn, and recommendations were provided for a potential future project phase.


Språk: Engelska
År: 2022
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Mapping of democratization support

//This report is part of a series of three reports. The others are: 2021:3 Mapping Approaches to Democratization Assessment and 2021:4 Evaluability Study of Sida’s Approach to Democratization in Different Contexts// This report presents the findings of the first mapping exercise that researches the frontier on the relationship between aid and democratization from a research’ and donors’ perspective. The study finds that researchers’ theories on general aid focus on strategic interests of aid actors, while those on democracy aid focus on citizens’ empowerment. The research reveals that autocracies can respond to aid conditionality by window-dressing and that aid programs can legitimize the regime. Donors stress the following aspects in theories of change: political inclusion, the components of a democratic political system, and governance, while focusing on gender equality. This report recommends Sida should consider the impact of other types of foreign aid on democratization, recipients’ strategic interests, and the risks of co-optation and obstruction, especially with non-democratic governments. Since the impact of aid is limited to increasing democracy levels and does not seem to affect democratic regime change, donors’ expectations on how their efforts to promote political participation in non-democratic regimes may lead to political change through citizen empowerment may be too optimistic.


Språk: Engelska
År: 2021
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Mapping Approaches to Democratization Assessment

//This report is part of a series of three reports. The others are: 2021:4 Evaluability Study of Sida’s Approach to Democratization in Different Contexts and 2021:5 Mapping of democratization support// This report presents the findings from the second mapping exercise that researches how researchers and international donors assess democratization, and donor efforts to support and promote it. A conventional definition of democracy was preferred in this report. The research focused on methodologies themselves, both qualitative and quantitative, rather than on findings and analyses. The report reveals that qualitative evaluation continues to be the principal methodology for donors and a prominent one for researchers, and therefore recommends that underutilised political economy analysis should be expanded. Quantitative evaluation methodology has expanded greatly in recent decades, using ever more advanced methods, and its future growth should be supported. However, evaluation methodology faces new challenges in assessing democratic backsliding but is rising to the task. Lastly, gender equality has become a top priority in democratization programmes and evaluation. Poverty has assumed a prominent but lower place and remains largely the province of the economic growth sector. Efforts to link these themes in democracy evaluations should be encouraged.


Språk: Engelska
År: 2021
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Evaluability Study of Sida’s Approach to Democratization in Different Contexts

//This report is part of a series of three reports. The others are: 2021:3 Mapping Approaches to Democratization Assessment and 2021:5 Mapping of democratization support// This report presents the third output under the Evaluability Study of Sida’s Approach to Democratization in Different Contexts (see terms of reference (ToR) in Annex 1). Sida in May 2020 commissioned FCG and Tana Copenhagen in partnership with the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) and D-Arch to undertake a comprehensive evaluability study of Sida’s democratization support. Three distinct outputs form the combined evaluability study: (i) a mapping of research and donor approaches to democratization providing learning of how democratization can be approached, (ii) a mapping of research and donors’ approaches to assessing the status and progress of democratization providing learning for such assessments and (iii) a feasibility study of evaluating Sida’s democratization support.


Språk: Engelska
År: 2021
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Evaluation of Sida’s Model for Bilateral Research Cooperation

The purpose of this evaluation is to provide an overall assessment of the extent to which Sida’s model for bilateral research cooperation, its System Approach and Basic Logic contribute to research capacity in low-income countries. The programmes have reached many of their stated goals in terms of research capacity development (PhD graduates), an improved research environment (management and infrastructure) and outputs in the form of academic publications. At the same time, there is a set of common challenges related to the extent to which the Sida model strengthen research of high-quality and relevance to poverty reduction and the sustainability of the programme post-Sida’s interventions. Building on evaluation findings and theories of institutional change, the evaluation concludes that the Sida model has not given sufficient attention to research groups and networks as agents of change. Such a focus will not only lead to a different pro-gramme focus and dynamic, but also contribute to making the programme more sustainable beyond Sida support.


Språk: Engelska
År: 2021
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The Power Africa Project at Sida: Innovative investment mobilisation for fossil-free electrification. A Mid-Term Evaluation 2015-2019.

The purpose of this Mid-Term Evaluation is to provide a strategic assessment of the implementation and results of Sida’s Power Africa Project (PAP) as well an assessment of PAP’s organisational dimension and learning opportunities within Sida. The evaluation confirms that PAP, mid-term, is well on its way to reach its set targets. In addition, new approaches to energy sector development cooperation have been established within Sida, the partnership base has been broadened, and new methods for mobilising investments beyond development finance have been developed and applied. The evaluation concludes that PAP as an organisational model is highly relevant for other areas of development cooperation. Furthermore, the evaluation provides a number of recommendations on how to scale the PAP approach to further enhance its transformative impact on sustainable development.


Språk: Engelska
År: 2020
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Evaluation of the application and effects of a Human Rights Based Approach to development: Lessons learnt from Swedish development cooperation. What works well, less well and why?

This report presents the findings, conclusions and recommendations from an evaluation of the application and effects of a Human Rights Based Approach in Swedish development cooperation from 2010–2019 to find out what has worked well, less well, and why? The evaluation included four country case studies (Albania, Cambodia, Colombia and Kenya), and was based on document review and interviews with key stakeholders during the period May 2019 to May 2020. The case study reports are included in Volume II of this evaluation. The evaluation finds that there is often no clear distinction in purpose – whether by Sida, embassies of Sweden or co-operation partners in-country – between applying a HRBA and putting advancement of human rights at the centre of work. The evaluation also finds that an important effect of Sweden’s application of a HRBA is that it has strengthened and clarified the country’s commitment to promoting and protecting human rights through international development cooperation. The application of the HRBA, and the enactment in practice of the principles of this approach has been the basis for principled, long-term support to actors who share the goal of promoting development towards a more open society.<br><br>Link to Volume 2: <a href="https://www.sida.se/English/publications/166755/evaluation-of-the-application-and-effects-of-a-human-rights-based-approach-hrba-lessons-learnt-from-swedish-development-cooperation-what-works-well-less-well--why/">Volume II: Final case study reports– Albania, Cambodia, Colombia, Kenya</a>


Språk: Engelska
År: 2020
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