CIDT's multi-disciplinary team works across four practice
A key principle of Aid Effectiveness, defining and measuring
results is also integral to donor alignment, harmonisation,
accountability and country ownership (Paris Declaration 2005; Accra
Agenda for Action 2008).
A quarter of the world's poor and 90% of the poorest of the poor
depend substantially on forests for their livelihoods (UN Forum on
Forests 2005). Climate change will have an unprecedented impact on
these vulnerable communities and threatens to reverse decades of
progress in this area (UN Human Development Report 2010).
Human development is about creating an environment in which
people can fulfil their potential and lead productive, creative
lives in support of their needs and interests. It is essentially
about expansion of choice and the building of human
Good governance has come to be seen as a cross-cutting issue,
which will be fundamental to the success of the climate change,
global security and Public Financial Management agendas. Working
with civil society organisations and communities themselves is a
crucial aspect of the good governance approach.
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