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IMPRIMER

CCIC-CAIDP Conference 2014
and CCIC
AGM 2014

MAY 13-15, 2014

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2014 Conference Sponsors

 

 

Thank you Sponsors!

The Canadian Council for International Co-operation and the Canadian Association of International Development Professionals would like to extend its deepest thanks to all Sponsors for their generous support. Your contribution plays an invaluable role in making the CAIDP/CCIC 2014 Conference a success. We look forward to seeing you at this exciting event!

 


 

 

 Privileged partner

Agriteam

This conference has benefitted from the generous support of Canada's International Development Research Centre.

The International Development Research Centre (IDRC) is a Canadian Crown corporation established by an act of Parliament in 1970. IDRC funds researchers in the developing world so they can build healthier, more prosperous societies.

Through the Canadian Partnership Program, IDRC funds research and related activities carried out by Canadians from across different sectors, to foster innovative approaches to development challenges.

 

@ Platinum Sponsors

Agriteam

Agriteam Canada is based in Calgary, Alberta. It was established in 1986 by Robert Francis and has since designed and implemented more than 170 projects worldwide in sectors including health and population; gender equality; education and education reform; agriculture and agribusiness; community development; governance and public sector reform; private sector development; legal and judicial reform; corporate social responsibility; and environment.

 

CoWater
Cowater International (Cowater) is a management consulting firm providing leading-edge, innovative solutions to clients worldwide. Since 1985, Cowater has developed a reputation for our ability to work with clients and stakeholders to provide solutions and services tailored to the needs and challenges faced by developing and transitional countries. Based in Ottawa, Canada, the company has grown from three original partners to hundreds of staff worldwide. In addition to our headquarter, we manage project offices in Pakistan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Indonesia, Mozambique, Ghana, Jordan and others. Cowater teams manage and implement projects ranging in size from small sector studies and evaluations to large multi-year, multi-million dollar implementation contracts. Through our work in over 65 countries and experience gained from more than 350 projects, we have developed an excellent reputation for our ability to maximize results for our clients.

 

@ Gold Sponsors

 

 

@ Silver Sponsors

 

 

@ Bronze Sponsors

 

Canadian Foodgrains Bank

Canadian Foodgrains Bank is a partnership of 15 Canadian churches and church-based agencies working together to end global hunger by: supporting international programs to meet immediate food needs, reduce malnutrition, and achieve sustainable food security; influencing improvements in national and international policies that contribute to ending global hunger; and increasing and deepening the engagement of Canadians in efforts to end global hunger.

 

PSI

Project Services International (PSI) is a Canadian international development consulting firm, incorporated in 1990 and located in Canada’s national capital region. It provides a broad array of international development consulting services by attracting and building a core of experienced development professionals and through networks with other small consulting firms. After fifteen years, PSI is a full service firm with a sole focus on international business and development.

 

WUSC

World University Service of Canada – is a leading Canadian non-profit organization in international development, committed to building a more equitable and sustainable world. We work with a unique and powerful network of post-secondary institutions, private-sector partners, civil society and volunteers to provide education, employment and empowerment opportunities that improve the lives of millions of disadvantaged youth around the world.

 

World VIsion
World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. World Vision serves all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender. Our vision for every child,  life in all its fullness.  Our prayer for every heart, the will to make it so.

 

@ Copper Sponsors

Bellamy Consultants

Bellamy Consultants provides professional services primarily engaged in designing, implementing and evaluating capacity development initiatives in sector such as sustainable governance, sustainable development planning, environmental management, environmental education and integrated rural development. Mr. Bellamy has created innovative solutions for over 20 years to develop analytical products and to build the capacity of organisations and individuals. With an emphasis on creativity, he obtained noteworthy experience in programme and project management, in knowledge management and in business management.

 

CCA

 

Canadian Co-operative Association CCA's member co-operatives and credit unions envision a world where people everywhere thrive economically, culturally and socially. We are committed to eliminating poverty's grip by helping people accomplish together what they cannot achieve alone - the means to move and stay out of poverty. CCA is a proud part of the international co-operative movement, a powerful global force of over one billion co-operative and credit union members creating lasting prosperity in their communities.

 

Baastel

Le Groupe-conseil baastel's (Baastel), a firm dedicated to research and consulting, has a mission to provide the knowledge, tools and skills necessary for decision-makers, managers and local stakeholders to make enlightened decisions for the efficient and effective management of their development and research programs.

 

ET Jackson

E.T. Jackson and Associates Ltd. is an award-winning, international management-consulting firm. Headquartered in Ottawa, Canada, and Canadian-owned, the firm has extensive partnerships with network firms, think tanks and individual experts in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean and Eastern Europe. We provide timely, leading-edge professional advice to investors in the public interest: governments, foundations, development agencies, civil-society organizations, corporations, investment funds, co-operatives, unions and universities. 

 

Julian Murray Consulting

Julian Murray is a senior consultant specialising in strategic planning, programme design, performance management and evaluation - in both international development and humanitarian assistance.  His consulting client base includes UN agencies, regional organisations, bilateral donors, universities and international NGOs.  He has over 30 years’ experience with the Canadian International Development Agency and UNHCR, and has worked extensively in Africa and Asia.

 

Plan:Net Limited

Plan:Net Limited (P:N) is a Canadian-based international network of independent evaluation, training and performance management consultants. We support organizations and initiatives striving to improve livelihoods, protect the environment, and secure peaceful relationships.

 

Richard Beattie

Richard Beattie is a former chair of the Board of CAIDP who has worked in the field of international development for over 40 years as both a senior federal public servant and a consultant with assignments focusing on governance, capacity-building and international development program and project management in sectoral and thematic areas as diverse as youth, private sector development and institutional strengthening.

 

Universalia

Universalia has been helping clients improve the performance of their organizations, their programs, and their people since 1980. We work with public and private sector clients all over the world. We specialize in monitoring and evaluation, strategic management, results-based management, institutional and organizational performance assessment, capacity building. We provide realistic solutions that meet clients’ objectives and budgets; that fit their vision, culture, and structure; and that can be implemented in their own environment. We are committed to sharing knowledge to improve the quality and the efficiency of our client’s projects, organisations and services.

 

@ Media Sponsors

Embassy

Canada’s only news service that exclusively covers the country’s international portfolios of diplomacy, defence, immigration, trade, and development. Embassy is Ottawa’s must-read political and diplomatic publication. Its non-partisan coverage gets beyond the political agendas while it connects the most important players in Canada’s world of international interests. 

 

IPolitics

iPolitics is about:

  • Innovative Journalism
  • Non-partisan & Independent
  • Instant Access from your Computer, Tablet, or Cellphone
  • Morning & Evening Briefs, plus Breaking News Alerts
  • Sharp, Provocative Opinion & Analysis
  • Exclusive iPolitics Tools & Services

 

 

Embassy

A Canadian co-op

Camino is owned by La Siembra Co-operative in the Ottawa-Gatineau region of Canada. La siembra means “sowing” or “planting time” in Spanish, a symbol for the seeds of change we are sowing through our co-operative and fair trade business models.

 

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If you are interested in becoming a conference sponsor, please do not hesitate to contact Michelle Bested.

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