Sida's top NGO partners

The Sida main office on Valhallavägen in Stockholm, Sweden. Photo by: Holger.Ellgaard / CC BY-SA

The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency is a cornerstone of Sweden’s development cooperation. With a budget of 27.5 billion Swedish krona ($3.2 billion), Sida currently administers more than half of the Nordic country’s aid flows for 2015.

To implement its strategies and programs, Sida relies on a variety of partners — including government agencies, international organizations and the private sector. Civil society groups, however, play an especially prominent role in carrying out the agency’s development work.

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