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Last updated March 27, 2023
Created June 18, 2015
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Name Monitoring aid effectiveness from a gender perspective: Country report Cambodia

This Cambodia country case study on Monitoring Aid Effectiveness from a Gender Perspective was part of a broader international study led by UN Women and supported by the Office of Development Planning and Policy Evaluation (DGPOLDE) of the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation (MAEC). Studies were conducted in six countries: Guatemala, Peru, Vietnam, Morocco, Mozambique and Cambodia. The Cambodia study was conducted by ActionAid Cambodia from August 2011 to April 2012. Overall the project intended to identify and promote key measures and entry points to strengthen gender equality and the empowerment of women in aid and development effectiveness processes. It also aimed to assess the role that civil society (such as NGOs, parliamentarians, universities and research institutes) play with regard to the monitoring of gender equality results and in demanding accountability in the respective countries.

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