The new Global Affairs Canada Policy on Cost-Sharing for Grant and Non-Repayable Contribution Agreements is now available on the Contracting Publication section of the website.
The OECD DAC Network on Development Evaluation is currently exploring how the DAC Evaluation Criteria can be adapted to the new development context and landscape. They would like to engage with stakeholders in the evaluation profession and the broader development community. More details about this initiative can be found here: https://dacevaluationcriteria.org/
In particular, the OECD would like to capture the many diverse perspectives on the following questions:
The United Nations and the World Bank Group signed a Strategic Partnership Framework (SPF), which consolidates their joint commitment to cooperate in helping countries implement the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Some members have expressed concern about this issue and we wanted to let them know that there is a petition before Parliament if they want to add their voice to the debate and your signature to the petition.
Global Affairs Canada is seeking implementing partner(s)
In search of an experienced firm, able to support us in all the process, especially in the implementation of a Winning Culture through re-defining the Bank’s belief systems and co-creating its Leadership Brand & Leadership Competencies/Creed.
Preliminary proposals - Partnerships for Her Voice, Her Choice - to improve comprehensive sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR), with a focus on women and adolescent girls, in developing countries.
Community Service Learning (CSL) Awards for Outstanding Achievement
The proposed research must take place in one or more countries included in the list of eligible countries. Cross-regional collaboration and comparative studies that generate local, regional, and international good practices will be encouraged.
The African Development Bank hereby invites Consulting Firms to indicate their interest in the following Assignment: Provide Technical and Content Management Support in the Development and Delivery of a Food digital marketplace, mobile application and skills development activities under the AfDB’s African Food and Cuisine Initiative – Phase II.
The budget pledged $2 billion over five years to increase international aid through a new International Assistance Innovation program.
Applications are now open for the fifth EvalPartners Peer-to-peer (P2P) program.
The Prime Minister and Minister of Youth, Justin Trudeau, announced several ways for young Canadians to take part in the development of Canada’s first national youth policy/ le Premier ministre et ministre de la Jeunesse, Justin Trudeau, a annoncé plusieurs moyens qui permettront à de jeunes Canadiens de prendre part à l’élaboration de la première politique jeunesse du Canada.
Microinsurance in International Development - Uses, Challenges and Questions of Equity, Sponsored by the READI Project and CAIDP
of February 08, 2018 at 10:30 AM EST
The WHO Evaluation Office seeks expressions of interest from qualified independent evaluators and evaluation consultants or teams of independent evaluators and others with experience in thematic, strategic and impact level evaluations, in-country and project level evaluations for the following corporate evaluations selected from its 2018-2019 workplan.
Come, participate and celebrate in Mosaic.net International, Inc. 21th Year of organizing dynamic International Workshops: Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation and; Advanced RBM, Theory of Change and Deliverology Workshop.
The Task Force on Improving Effectiveness (TaFIE), a collaborative group with Global Affairs Canada in which CAIDP is involved, is launching a call for innovative, solution-focused volunteers for four separate 'Solutions Teams'.
For anyone interested in the issue of corruption, access to justice, collective action, how gender plays out in corrupt systems and/or systems thinking, I was fortunate enough to be granted a slot on the CAIDP conference next week to talk about our corruption in fragile states work – Monday @ 12.15
"I am thrilled to see this collaborative initiative between CAIDP and CCIL!!!
Indeed, it was the potential of the use of law as an instrument for international development that had inspired me to go to law school. The need for a cross-sectoral approach, with gender as a cross-cutting theme, is critically important to the work of both organizations and I hope this initiative will grow into an ongoing partnership for the furtherance of Canada’s contributions towards “A Better World.” "