This independent evaluation examined Finland’s support to humanitarian mine action from 1991 to 2015 with focus on the 2010-2015 period. The scope of the evaluation was global, but with particular attention paid to Angola and Cambodia, the two in-depth case studies that included field visits. The purpose of the evaluation was not only to increase accountability of the Finnish support provided through development co-operation funds, but also to help improve it in the future through practical and concrete recommendations. More specifically, the evaluation examined (1) what were the main achievements, contributions, strengths and weaknesses of Finnish support and (2) what had been the effectiveness, efficiency, relevance, sustainability and impact of Finnish support to humanitarian mine action in 2010-2014, including its relationship to UNSC 1325.
|Name of client||Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Finland|
|Origin of funding||Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland|
|Name of partners||-|