Latest News from CIDT – April 2022
Ukraine – Can social protection be sustained and support a humanitarian response?
The University of Wolverhampton’s Bozena Sojka and Rachel Slater, together with Paul Harvey from Humanitarian Outcomes, have outlined the challenges facing Ukraine’s social protection system in this short brief. It considers how well the system is holding up and adapting following the Russian invasion, and assesses how humanitarian action can both support and relate to the existing social protection system.
CIDT helps United Nations World Food Programme understand how to set food and cash transfer levels in East Africa
Determining how much cash or food people receive is not an exact science. This study helps uncover what challenges WFP Country offices face and learn from the ways in which Country Offices look to overcome such challenges.
13th Forest Governance Forum to take place from 23-24 May in Republic of Congo
With COP 26 in Glasgow last year having made historic forest commitments, this Forum will bring together a high-level panel that addresses the intersection of forest governance, the green economy, climate change, and land use planning. You can now apply to attend in person and to make a presentation.