CAIDP was incorporated as the Canadian Association of International Development Consultants (CAIDC) through Letters Patent dated February 10, 1993 issued by the Ministry of Consumer and Corporate Affairs. The Association had 13 Director-Founders and was created with four objectives:
- To foster excellence in international development consulting;
- To promote the collective professional interests of international development consultants;
- To provide a forum in which members can exchange professional information and engage in professional development; and
- To carry on such other activities as are incidental and conducive to the foregoing objects and not inconsistent therewith.
Board Members role and responsibilities
The CAIDP Corporate Binder is designed to help new Board Members understand their role and responsibilities and the legal world in which they will operate as directors of the Canadian Association of International Development Professionals (CAIDP). It brings together corporate information in an easily accessible form and contains:
- A guide to all the important documents that the Board needs to have at its fingertips
- A Calendar of key dates
- A list of key contacts
- Key CAIDP Policies
- The roles and responsibilities of the Board, the President, the Treasurer, the Secretary, and the Committees
For information on the use of the CAIDP name and logos, please click here.