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There is no going back against Climate Change … the fight goes on!

When Donald Trump decided to withdraw support for the Paris agreement on climate change signed by 195 countries, he seemed to turn his back on science by creating a historical division with its European partners. The withdrawal is a milestone, as the United States is the second largest emitter of +

CAD collaborates with UNDP in Timor-Leste to promote the integrated management of coastal areas

As a young nation with newly gained independence Timor-Leste faces great challenges including low levels of education, weak institutions, low human capacity, insecurity and widespread poverty and vulnerability. The country is at risk of and highly vulnerable to natural disasters such as heavy seasonal rain falling on steep slopes, tropical +

CAD participates in the Regional Workshop of the West Africa Coastal Areas Management Program (WACA) on March 25-26 in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire

West Africa’s coastal areas are home to 31% of West Africa’s population and represent 56% of West Africa’s GDP. This is where the major industries, including agro-industry, fisheries, offshore petroleum exploration and production, and tourism, as well as city and seaside residences are located. Poor choices about the location of +

CAD opens its new office in Mexico with Luis Fernando Cervantes as coordinator!

This month, CAD opens its new office in Mexico City. As mentioned previously and Due to the growing need to strengthen organisations’ capacities in response to the challenges of achieving the Sustainable Development Goals,, CAD decided to open its new office in the City of Mexico. Objective: To coordinate CAD +

GlobalCAD is looking for a Communication and Ecosystem Manager

GlobalCAD, the Center of Partnerships for Development, is looking for a Communication and Ecosystem Manager. GlobalCAD is a global network of experts in areas related to human and sustainable development that promote partnerships across sectors to find innovative solutions to major development challenges. The services provided by GlobalCAD include analysis +

CAD and IBAN are launching the Strategic Advisory Programme on Inclusive Business 2017 for Egyptian companies in the FMCG sector

Inclusive business refers to business that is profitable in nature but also contributes to poverty reduction. This is through the inclusion of the poor, disadvantaged, marginalized, or low-income communities in the value chain of the company. Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) companies have the possibility to create a positive impact +

CAD opens a new office in Mexico City to lead the management of partnerships for development

Due to the growing need to strengthen organisations’capacities in response to the challenges of achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, CAD has decided to open an office in Mexico City. The office will have an intervention focus on the Latin American region representing CAD’s five areas of expertise. This will involve +

CAD evaluates the UN Volunteers Strategic Framework 2014-2017

The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme works with UN entities and other partners from the public, civil society and private sector to integrate UN Volunteers into development programming and to promote the value and global recognition of volunteerism. UNV is active in 130 countries with field presence in over 80 +

A decade generating impact towards development results

2016 has been a successful year for CAD, filled with interesting new projects and fruitful collaborations. We worked together with various stakeholders in all of our five key areas and we are pleased to say that this year again we had the opportunity to work in Asia, South America, Africa +

CAD Productions at the COP22

CAD Productions, the production company of the Center of Partnership for Development (CAD), is pleased to announce that 4 of its most recent productions have been screened at COP 22, on 7 and 18 November in Marrakech. COP 22 is the 22nd session of the “Conference of the Parties” (COP), +