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Read the report entitled Putting Partnership back at the Heart of Development: Canadian Civil Society Experience with CIDA's Call-for-Proposal Mechanism, Partnerships with Canadians Branch
The Canadian Council for International Co-operation (CCIC) and the Inter-Council Network of Provincial/Regional Councils for International Cooperation (ICN, comprised of the Alberta Council for Global Cooperation, l’Association québécoise des organismes de coopération internationale, the Atlantic Council for International Cooperation, the British Columbia Council for International Cooperation, the Manitoba Council for International Cooperation, the Ontario Council for International Cooperation and the Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation), are launching a report today on an extensive survey that was conducted in January 2012 to document the impacts on Canadian Civil Society Organizations of the new funding mechanism implemented by CIDA’s Partnerships with Canadians Branch (PWCB) since July 2010.
The survey was completed by 158 Canadian organizations who work in international development, which corresponds to a response rate of at least 25% of all organizations who were contacted. We thank all organizations who have taken the time to complete the survey, making the results meaningful and representative of the sector.
The report provides a comprehensive overview of the results of survey, key conclusions and a list of recommendations. An Executive Summary at the beginning of the report captures the essential elements and key findings of the report. We invite you to distribute it in your respective networks, post it on your websites, and promote it in other ways so that it may serve as a catalyst for the discussion on the future of international development in Canada.
For more information on the report, please contact:
Chantal Havard, Government Relations and Communications Officer, CCIC: 613-241-7007, ext.311 email@example.com
Julia Sanchez, President-CEO, CCIC: 613-241-7007, ext. 323
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