2 activities 2017 with the combined value of USD 2.6 m, summarized by
UNFPA Sexual and reproductive health and rights 2017-2020 USD 2 106 002

Reproductive health care

Description

Contribution to UNFPA's country programme in Ethiopia 2017-2020. The aim of the programme is to strengthen access and quality of sexual and reproductive health and rights.

Activity length

Delivery channel

Bilateral

Granting agency

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

Activity identifier

SE-0-SE-6-10643A0101-ETH-13020

Church of Sweden Framework agreement 2014-2016, 2017 USD 516 781

STD control incl HIV/AIDS

Description

This contribution is implemented by Church of Sweden in partnership with about 110 local civil society organisations in several cooperation countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East during 2014-2016 with support from Sida/CIVSAM amounting to 291 000 000 SEK, with the aim to strengthen civil society capacities and contribute to the following programme objectives: - Strengthening of people's sexual and reproductive health and rights. - People living in poverty have the right to protection and their social and economic emancipation is strengthened. - People have increased safety and protection, and are empowered to deal with conflicts and to participate in peace processes. - Women and men have improved opportunities and possibilities to equal participation, voice and leadership in the church and in society. - People's right to physical and sexual integrity in the church and in society is strengthened. Church of Sweden has proposed an extension of this contribution, on basis of the existing results framework, and with a budget of 119 419 916 for the year 2017, thereby increasing the total budget to 410 419 916 SEK for the period 2014-2017. Appraisal of the contribution: The appraisal during 2016 of this contribution is made in accordance with a decision on an additional contribution, since it builds upon the appraisal of the same programme for the period 2014-2016. Hence the assessment made for the period 2014-2016 is still relevant and referred to, whereas an update is given for the period 2017 with special emphasis on: - The relevance of the contribution in the light of the strategy for CSO support 2016-2022. - The development of the contribution during 2014-2016 and focus for 2017. - Capacities, internal management and control during 2016-2016.

Activity length

Delivery channel

Bilateral

Granting agency

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency

Activity identifier

SE-0-SE-6-5403046203-ETH-13040

Year Value (SEK) Value (USD)
2020
2019 SEK 30,2 m USD 3.2 m
2018 SEK 45,9 m USD 5.3 m
2017 SEK 22,4 m USD 2.6 m
2016 SEK 4,1 m USD 475 k
2015 SEK 2,6 m USD 307 k
2014 SEK 13,1 m USD 1.9 m
2013 SEK 246 t USD 37.8 k
2012 SEK 354 t USD 52.3 k
2011 SEK 568 t USD 87.5 k
2010 SEK 104 t USD 14.4 k
2009 SEK 5,4 m USD 713 k
2008 SEK 412 t USD 61.7 k
2007 SEK 11,3 m USD 1.7 m
2006 SEK 14,5 m USD 2.0 m
2005 SEK 17,0 m USD 2.3 m
2004 SEK 638 t USD 86.9 k
2003 SEK 6,4 m USD 793 k
2002 SEK 1,7 m USD 173 k
2001 SEK 217 t USD 21.0 k
2000 SEK 266 t USD 29.0 k
1999 SEK 1,0 m USD 122 k
1998 SEK 503 t USD 63.3 k

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Ethiopia

Human Development Index
173
(Ranking 189 countries, 2019)
Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
772.3
(Per capita in USD, 2018)
World's aid (ODA) as percentage of GNI
5.9 %
(ODA, 2018)
Swedish part of total aid (ODA)
3.8 %
(ODA, 2018)

Population policiesprogrammes and reproductive health

Population policiesprogrammes and reproductive health