The evaluation of application and effects of a Human Rights Based Approach (HRBA) in Swedish development cooperation from 2010-2019 has finally come to an end after 1½ year's hard work. The objective of the evaluation was to evaluate the HRBA applied by Sida and its cooperation partners and to what extent the approach has contributed to increased respect and improved protection of an fulfilment of human rights, including gender equality. The evaluation addressed the application of HRBA in practice, the alignment with national policy frameworks, the impact of a HRBA, cooperation partners' perception of HRBA and collection and application of lessons learnt. Recommendations addressing the following issues were presented: the need for investing in prioritization of HRBA and the underlying principles; the need for adapting approaches to partnerships and contribution management; the importance of documenting experiences and lessons learnt; and the need to develop capacity for application of HRBA. Case country studies were undertaken in Albania, Cambodia, Colombia and Kenya. Bente Consulting was responsible for the case study in Albania and member of the core evaluation team. The Sida Evaluation Brief is attached. The full report will soon be published at the Sida Evaluation website.