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Cambodia Case Study

Case Study report prepared as part of the Evaluation of Sida’s Support to Education: Lessons Learned from 20 years and five countries – Stand Alone Annex Case Study Report


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).


Publicerad på webbplatsen: 2022-08-22

Publikationstyp: Utvärdering – Sida Evaluation

Utgiven: 2022

Språk: Engelska

Författare: Ananda S. Millard, Loeurt To. Dolf Noppen, Zehra Kačapor Džihić