Latest News from CIDT – March 2022
Mapping NGOs working on forest governance and wildlife protection in the Congo Basin
CIDT’s latest study identifies several internal and external challenges faced by local and international NGOs, including issues such as internal governance, leadership, gender issues, financial sustainability, the challenging relationship with governments and the controversial relationships with the private sector. You can now download the full report.
CIDT facilitate inclusion of Asia Pacific national and local actors in global conversations on forest governance
More than 240 people from 38 countries attended the virtual Asia Pacific Forest Governance Forum, in collaboration with BirdLife International and funded by the European Union. You can now download the full event report, as well as view recordings form all sessions.
Reflecting on the use of logical frameworks and theories of change at the Midlands Evaluation Showcase
Philip Dearden was invited to present at the UK Midlands Regional Evaluation Network Showcase celebrating evaluations and evaluators across the Midlands. He shared reflections on the use of Logical Frameworks and Theories of Change in International Development work. Full recordings from the event are available online.