Annual Report on Norwegian Bilateral Development Cooperation 2009

About the publication

  • Published: February 2011
  • Series: --
  • Type: Annual reports
  • Carried out by: Norad
  • Commissioned by: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Country: Afghanistan, Angola, Bangladesh, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Burundi, China, Congo (Democratic Republic), East Timor, Ethiopia, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Kosovo, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mozambique, Nepal, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Pakistan, Palestine, Serbia, Somalia, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Vietnam, Zambia
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  • Pages: 126
  • Serial number: --
  • ISBN: ISBN 978-82-7548-527-2
  • ISSN: --
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NB! The publication is ONLY available online and can not be ordered on paper.

This annual report provides a brief overview of the cooperation between Norway and 32 of the 114 countries that received bilateral assistance in 2009. Norwegian assistance totalled NOK 25.7 billion in 2009. A large part of this support was channelled through national governments, civil society organisations and multilateral organisations. Assistance was provided for long-term cooperation, humanitarian efforts, peace-building measures and cooperation on research and private sector activities. The three main recipients of Norwegian bilateral assistance in 2009 were Tanzania, Afghanistan and the Palestinian Area.

The 2011 allocation for Norwegian development assistance is NOK 27.1 billion. From 2009, this annual report became web-based and is not published in a printed version. This PDF file is a printer-friendly compilation of the country pages published on, per 8 November 2010:

Published 03.03.2011
Last updated 16.02.2015