Norwegian Agency for Development (NORAD)

 

The Norwegian Agency for Development (NORAD), the directorate under the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) is responsible for implementing the policies and programmes of Norway's Development Cooperation. The Agency's task is to work with the international community to fight poverty. Norway's Development Cooperation's main goal "is to contribute towards lasting improvements in the economic, social and political conditions under which people live in developing countries, with special emphasis on assistance which benefits the poorest sector of the community." The thematic areas of its work are:


      • The rights of the child

      • Persons with disabilities

      • Health

      • HIV/AIDS

      • Anti-Corruption

      • Culture

      • Women and gender equality

      • Human rights

      • Environment

      • Private Sector Development

      • Macro-economics

      • Indigenous people

NORAD recognizes the role of the civil society in combating local and international issues and works closely with NGOs in supporting them in their interventions and also building their capacities. Keeping in mind the importance it gives to NGO partnerships, the bilateral agency has separate guidelines, policies and procedures for regulating its grants for NGOs. It includes 'Civil society as a channel for development,' 'Strengthening local partners Norad funding for Norwegian NGOs,' Funding for international NGOs and networks' and 'Evaluations from civil society.


The contact information of NORAD is:


NORAD

Postboks 8034 Dep 0030 Oslo

Telephone: 22 24 20 30

Telefax: 22 24 20 31

E-mail: postmottak@norad.no

URL: http://www.norad.no




SUDESH KUMAR

The NGOs / NPOs Consultants

Email: ngo.consultant@sudeshkumar.net

Website: http://ngo.sudeshkumar.org

Geo. Coverage: Asia, Africa and Europe



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