Opinion DT 1 / 2013
How aid officials were sidelined in the Norway-Guyana forest deal
Guyana was an odd choice for Norway for a NOK 1.5 billion climate forest partnership. Norway had no prior experience with the country. Corruption was known to be rife. There are no Norwegian diplomats stationed in Georgetown.
Heidi Bade is Research Fellow at Fridtjof Nansen Institute.
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