The Bank in Norad
The Knowledge Bank was established in Norad in March 2018. The bank currently encompasses three sections.
The Knowledge Bank brings together the expertise of the Norwegian public sector.
See the results of our work
Knowledge transfer has been and continues to be an important part of Norwegian aid.
Programmes in the Knowledge Bank
Oil for Development
Oil for Development will contribute to the sustainable management of oil and gas resources for generations to come.
Fish for Development
Norway contributes to the sustainable development of fisheries in developing countries. Fish for Development is based on Norwegian expertise in fisheries and aquaculture.
Tax for Development
The programme will contribute to improving tax systems in developing countries and increase tax revenues in a manner that promotes sustainable development.
Higher education and research
Norway has supported capacity development for higher education and research in low and middle income countries for decades. Two programmes continue these efforts.
Norway works innovatively in several thematic areas, among them, education and health. Vision 2030 promotes poverty reduction through further development and scaling of innovative solutions.
Gender for Development
LIKE is a programme for technical cooperation on gender quality between Norway and authorities in developing countries that request capacity and institutional development.
Cooperation on statistics
Improved statistics can enable more knowledge-based planning and as a result, better governance in our partner countries.
Institutional cooperation within clean energy
Access to reliable energy sources at an affordable price is crucial for both economic and social development.