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Evaluation of the OAG Zambia Strategic Plan/ Restructuring and Institutional Development Project (RIDP VI)

The evaluation assesses the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability of Afrobarometer’s (AB) pan-African public opinion research programme across the network and its national and regional partners, to strengthen performance during the remainder of the current cycle and inform future strategic directions. Findings show that AB made significant progress towards planned results, responding to data needs, delivering outputs efficiently, and diversifying its resource base to consolidate AB’s institutional sustainability. Yet the final outcome - the use of AB data by policy makers in African contexts – is elusive. By rethinking the role of National Partners’, deepening relationships with regional partners, introducing Strategic Communications - including learningcentred methodologies to track cases of policy impact – into the network structure, and adopting an ‘experiment-learn-adapt’ for scalable innovation, the forthcoming Strategic Plan is likely to sustain gains made in the current cycle.


Språk: Engelska
År: 2021
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Sida’s biodiversity-related support 2020

This one-pager provides a summary1 of Sida’s support relating to biodiversity and ecosystem services in 2020.


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Språk: Engelska
År: 2021
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Sida’s climate finance reporting 2017–2020

This one-pager provides a summary1 of Sida’s contribution to the Swedish national communication regarding 2017–2020 and the biennial report regarding 2019–2020 to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) as well as the annual report regarding 2020 to the EU.


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Språk: Engelska
År: 2021
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Market Systems Development Toolbox

Sida’s Market Systems Development (MSD) Toolbox provides background information as well as a simple set of tools and guidelines on how to adopt an approach which prioritises scale and sustainability of impact for poor and disadvantaged people. This approach has become a priority for Sida in recognition of the need to increase the long-term impact of Swedish development cooperation.


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Språk: Engelska
År: 2021
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Market Systems Development – analysis and design

Sida’s Market Systems Development (MSD) Toolbox provides background information as well as a simple set of tools and guidelines on how to adopt an approach which prioritises scale and sustainability of impact for poor and disadvantaged people. This approach has become a priority for Sida in recognition of the need to increase the long-term impact of Swedish development cooperation.


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Språk: Engelska
År: 2021
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Market Systems Development – developing interventions

Having understood why a market system isn’t delivering an intended outcome for an intended group, MSD programmes use further analysis to develop an intervention which will improve those outcomes. This analysis and intervention development process happens in five stages.


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Språk: Engelska
År: 2021
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Mid-term evaluation of Indaba Agricultural Policy Research Institute (IAPRI) in Zambia

A mid-term evaluation of the Indaba Agricultural Policy Research Institute (IAPRI) was carried out, commissioned by the Embassy of Sweden in Lusaka. IAPRI provides evidence-based policy support and advice in the agricultural sector in Zambia, and receives financial support from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida). Current support covers the period 2018-2022 with a budget of 38 million SEK. The mission of IAPRI is to provide evidence-based policy solutions through high-quality research and outreach services for the transformation of Zambia’s agricultural sector to achieve sustainable broad-based pro-poor growth. The evaluation methodology consisted of interviews, focus group meetings, virtual processes and events for Forcefield analysis and Theory-of-Change discussions, engaging 49 individuals representing stakeholders from IAPRI, government, civil society and the private sector.


Språk: Engelska
År: 2021
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Market Systems Development – Measuring results

Sida’s Market Systems Development (MSD) Toolbox provides background information as well as a simple set of tools and guidelines on how to adopt an approach which prioritises scale and sustainability of impact for poor and disadvantaged people. This approach has become a priority for Sida in recognition of the need to increase the long-term impact of Swedish development cooperation.


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Språk: Engelska
År: 2021
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Covid-19 and Dimensions of Poverty

The Corona virus and the resulting Covid-19 have profoundly changed the landscape for development. The consequences are dramatic and they span over several aspects of life through direct and indirect channels. The purpose of this brief is to highlight the main links between the Corona pandemic on the dimensions of poverty as well as on the four aspects of the context as defined by Sida, and provide guidance on how to revise the multidimensional poverty analysis (MDPA) in light of the crisis.


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Språk: Engelska
År: 2021
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An Integrated Conflict Perspective and Dimensions of Poverty

Conflict and violence are main obstacles to development. Violent conflicts both create enormous human suffering, revert development gains and make it more difficult for women, men, girls and boys to escape poverty. While considerable progress in poverty reduction has been made, people living in poverty and extreme poverty are now increasingly concentrated to countries affected by fragility, conflict and violence. Sida’s framework for multi-dimensional poverty1 integrates a conflict perspective both by recognizing lack of human security as one of four dimensions of poverty and the peace and security context as major cause of poverty. The purpose of this brief is to describe how human security and the peace and conflict context interplay with the other dimensions of poverty in Sida’s conceptual framework and how to integrate a conflict perspective into the multidimensional poverty analysis (MDPA).


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Språk: Engelska
År: 2021
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