Norwegian People’s Aid (NPA) promotes the equitable distribution of power among citizens and institutions, companies and other stakeholders. With funding from Norad’s Oil for Development Programme (OfD), NPA and its local partners (Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and Community Based Organizations (CBOs), journalists, government institutions / groups and citizens) seek to strengthen Oil and Gas (O&G) sector governance. The current OfD funding cycle managed by NPA in Lebanon, Mozambique and South Sudan covers the period 2016-2018.
NPA commissioned the evaluation of the multicountry programme to Community Wisdom Partners. The evaluation seeks to: (i) Document and assess progress and outlines results achieved; (ii) Highlight lessons learnt and best practices; (iii) Lay out recommendations for future programme enhancement; and (iv) Provide insights on opportunities to increase gender mainstreaming, as relevant.
- Norwegian People's aid is a politically independent organisation
- Norwegian People’s Aid maintains an independent standpoint in relation to its work tasks which, at any given time, are laid down in the organisation’s principles programme.
-Norwegian People’s Aid undertakes practical preventive and supportive work at home and abroad. The organisation’s value basis is laid down in the principles programme and in the vision “Solidarity in action”.
-Norwegian People’s Aid is governed by its members through elected boards and committees.