This study is based on an expressed need at EBA to supplement its research reports with portfolio analyses that describe what Swedish development cooperation does in a specific country or sector. In addition, there is a need to analyse what Sweden is doing in terms of non-discrimination.
The study develop a generic model for portfolio analyses of Swedish bilateral development cooperation, which can be easily replicated across countries and sectors. The model is used to conduct a portfolio analysis of non-discrimination measures that have been part of bilateral development cooperation in Palestine and Mozambique.
- The analytical model could be applicable to all portfolios, both country- and thematic area- based.
- In Mozambique, non-discrimination measures were applied in about 25 % of the contribution in 2015.
- In terms of funding, the thematic area of Social services was the largest in Palestine.
Johanna Lindgren Garcia