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Projects

Projects carried out by CAD to contribute to human development:

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Action research on change processes and lessons learned of the implementation of the Skills Development Fund in Uganda

CAD carries out the research to assess the extent to which the implementation of the SDF responds to the challenges identified in the Ugandan Technical and Vocational Education and Training system and how it contributes to the wider Skilling Uganda reform agenda.

Africa
2018-2020
The World Bank

Stakeholders engagement, knowledge and communications on coastal zone management in West Africa

Capacity development and improving information and knowledge about climate change related coastal erosion.

United Nations Population Fund

Consultancy on Private Sector mapping & database set up in East and Southern Africa

The mapping aims to identify main potential partners and provide specific guidance on resource mobilization strategy for 23 countries and Regional Office.

UNICEF

Mining Industry and Children’s Rights: Country level research of mining sector impacts on Children's rights in Colombia, Brazil, Tanzania, Madagascar and RD Congo

In-depth research on the impact of the mining activities on Children's Rights in five countries

Africa, LAC
March-May 2014
United Nations Population Fund

Strengthening capacities of UNFPA and its partners for promoting the creation of partnerships for Sexual and Reproductive Health in Tunisia

Strengthen the capacity of UNFPA and its partners to develop and manage partnerships focused on improving universal access to sexual and reproductive health in Tunisia

Africa
Oct. 2012 - Mar. 2013
UNICEF

Training on Partnership with Private Sector

Preparation of UNICEF staff for integrating CSR and partnership

Africa
Sept. 2011 - Nov. 2012
UNESCO

Strengthen partnership management capacities of the actors and stakeholders of literacy and non formal education

Design and implementation of a strategy for strengthening a culture of partnership management

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