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Evaluation of the Danish Engagement in and Around Somalia 2006-10


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Resource type:Evaluation reports
Keywords:Conflict, violence & peace, Disasters, Food and nutrition, Remote Programming and Management
Agency:Danida - Danish International Development Assistance
Date published:May 2011

The objective of this evaluation was to evaluate Danish International Development
Assistance (Danida) in and around Somalia over the period 2006-10, focusing on relevance,
effectiveness, and organisational efficiency questions, with a view to generating
lessons and making recommendations for future engagement. Evidence was gathered
through documentation review, individual and group interviews with key stakeholders,
and field visits to five Danida-funded interventions in Puntland, North-East Kenya, and
Somaliland. The main limit to this evaluation was the lack of field visit to South and
Central Somalia (SCS), owing to insecurity.

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