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Evaluation of Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit, strategy period 2019–2021

This report presents an evaluation of the Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit‘s (AREU) strategy period 2019-2021.The purpose was to evaluate the implementation of the strategic plan and theory of change and to evaluate AREU’s organization and implementation in a complex environment. The evaluation found that AREU and the thematic focus of its activities have been relevant to the context and development needs in Afghanistan during the evaluation period, as well as international priorities, such as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The evaluation also found that AREU is an effective organization and produces research of a high standard that has contributed to increasing knowledge and policy in the areas covered. The report recommends Sida to continue to provide funding to AREU, to provide technical support to assist AREU in their design of their strategic framework and to use AREU’s research to inform other interventions and synergies between various projects. AREU is, amongst others, recommended to increase the involvement of Afghan stakeholders in the Board, to consider developing new services and to strengthen further the capacity building of Afghan researchers.


Språk: Engelska
År: 2022
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Gender Transformative Change – an evidence-based overview

This brief looks at what works in gender transformative change, with a special focus on a) social norms, and b) men and boys, and masculinities. Based on a literature review of impact evaluations and analysis of good practices, it aims at giving an evidence-based overview of interventions that have the potential to lead to transformative and sustainable changes in gender relations and social norms that are relevant to Sida and its partners.


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Språk: Engelska
År: 2022
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Guide to partners: How to conduct an environmental assessment

All Sida’s operations must be based on and permeated by a climate change and environment perspective.1 As a means to achieve this, all Sida-financed projects and programmes must be based on an environmental assessment, which identifies entry points for integration of environment, climate change and biodiversity (hereafter referred to as simply environment). As a partner to Sida, you are required to conduct an environmental assessment and submit it to Sida as part of your proposal.


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Språk: Engelska
År: 2022
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Gender Equality and Corruption

Corruption and gender inequality are closely connected. Corruption exacerbates gender inequalities and improving gender equality can help reduce and counter corruption. Men, women and non-binary persons are affected by corruption in different ways while people experience corruption differently depending on social variables such as age, gender identity and gender expression, sexual orientation, disability, ethnicity and religion or other beliefs. An intersectional gender perspective is therefore important for developing effective strategies to combat corruption, reduce gender inequalities and achieve sustainable development. This brief explores the inter-linkages between gender and corruption relevant in Sida’s work and provides recommendations for policy dialogue.


Publikationstyp: Brief
Språk: Engelska
År: 2022
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Newsletter: Evidence on Adolescent Health

This newsletter presents recent evidence and research in global health. The topic of this edition is adolescent health, which addresses all matters of health related to persons aged 10–19 years who represent around 1.2 billion individuals or 16% of the global population. Several global initiatives, including the Sustainable Development Goals, target youth and promote adolescent health. The 12th World Conference on Adolescent Health was held in November 2021 in Lima, Peru, in collaboration with the World Health Organisation. There is a plethora of research available on this topic and this newsletter showcases four recent publications.


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Språk: Engelska
År: 2022
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Evaluation of Restless Development, 2016–2021

The main objective of this evaluation was to assess progress and effectiveness of Restless Development’s Strategic Plan (2016-2022), to identify challenges, lessons learned and provide recommendations for the future program period. The overall programming relevance is assessed to be high and effectiveness in Voice and Leadership and SRHR to be medium to high while the effectiveness of the living programme is considered low. The operational day-to-day efficiency is assessed as high, while the strategic efficiency is lower. The sustainability of capacity building effects is assessed be medium to high while sustainability of activities and of the organisation is consider low. The recommendation is to continue core funding of Restless Development for the coming strategy period and to, jointly with Restless Development, develop an exit strategy over a minimum of three years.


Språk: Engelska
År: 2022
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Sustainable Energy

Access to reliable energy services is an important part of human development and a prerequisite for a healthy and prosperous life. Energy services provides lighting, improves services at health facilities, creates new jobs and facilitates education, investments and innovations. Sida supports increased access to renewable energy and improved energy efficiency for people living in poverty. The financial support from Sida to the energy sector was approximately SEK 845 million in 2021, equivalent to approximately 3 percent of total disbursements.


Publikationstyp: Portföljöversikt
Språk: Engelska
År: 2022
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Human Rights Based Approach and International Humanitarian Law

This Technical Note (TN) is part of a series of thematic TNs that aims to support Sida staff and partners to apply the human rights-based approach (HRBA). The TN begins with short introductions to the HRBA and its application in situations of armed conflict. It then introduces International Humanitarian Law (IHL) as a relevant legal framework and briefly explains the classification of armed conflict as it relates to IHL. The TN goes on to highlight the complementarity between International Human Rights Law (IHRL) and IHL. Finally, it provides a short description of protection activities as key in reinforcing people’s human rights in times of armed conflict.


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Språk: Engelska
År: 2022
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Human Rights Based Approach and Peacebuilding

This Technical Note (TN) is part of a series of thematic TNs that aim to support Sida staff and partners to apply the human rights-based approach (HRBA). The TN begins with a short introduction to the HRBA and Sida’s PLANET tool. It then explains how human rights norms and standards underpin the thematic area. The TN goes on to demonstrate how PLANET can guide staff in planning, assessing and monitoring of a contribution through a series of guiding questions and examples. Finally, it provides a simple model for empowerment and capacity development analysis and a list of additional resources to explore.


Publikationstyp: -
Språk: Engelska
År: 2022
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Evaluation of Sida’s support to the African Organisation of English-Speaking Supreme Audit Institutions (AFROSAI-E)

Sida has been supporting the African Organisation of English-Speaking Supreme Audit Institutions (AFROSAI-E) and its predecessor, the Southern African Development Community Organisation of Supreme Audit Institutions (SADCOSAI). Over 30 years of support, often as the sole or biggest donor, Sida’s support has increased the capacity of the AFROSAI-E Secretariat and enabled the organisation to make excellent progress towards its expected outcomes. Although coordination between Sida and Embassies has been sub-optimal, SADCOSAI/AFROSAI-E have collaborated with a broad range of organisations and coherence between AFROSAI-E and others has been exceptional. Difficulties in attributing impact to AFROSAI-E or Sida’s support aside, there is evidence that the support is contributing to increased transparency and accountability in the use of public funds. Significant sustainability of benefits can be expected, but international standards change frequently and AFROSAI-E’s support will need to continue if Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs) in the region are to adapt to changes.


Publikationstyp: Brief
Språk: Engelska
År: 2022
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