CCCI - CCIC
ACCUEIL RECHERCHE PLAN DU SITE CONTACT ENGLISH

Canadian Council for International Co-operation

The Council is a coalition of Canadian voluntary sector organizations working globally to achieve sustainable human development.

About us What we do Working Groups Media RESSOURCES Members
Aid Policy
Trade, Investment and Corporate Accountability
International Policy
Peace-building and Humanitarian Response
Capacities for Policy Influence
Public Engagement
Ethics
Organizational Development
Voluntary Sector
CSO Development Effectiveness
Charity Law Education Project
Environmental Justice
DFATD


IMPRIMER

CIDA Partnerships with Canadians Branch

Briefing Notes

 

The Calls for proposals system at PWCB – Current issues and recommendations for improvement

In July 2010, following a year-long review of Canadian Partnership Branch, the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) launched a new Partnerships with Canadians Branch (PWCB) to structure “a new approach to engage Canadians and organizations in international development.” The promise is to “streamline the application process and reduce the administrative burden for project applications” to ensure effective and measurable results on the ground. In doing so, the application process switched from “responsive programming” in which CIDA would receive proposals from civil society organizations (CSOs) based on the latter’s priorities, to a system in which CSOs need to respond to periodic calls for proposals based on standing programs (under $2 million and over $2 million, for example) and ad hoc initiatives (e.g. the Haiti Reconstruction and Development Initiative and the Muskoka Initiative Partnership Program). All calls are guided by the government’s own thematic priorities and countries of focus... read more (October 2011).

 


 

Select one of the categories on the left, or visit our Archives section for past documentation.

 

TOP
 
  • FLASH
  • Employment
  • 10-point agenda
  • Istanbul Principles
  • Code of Ethics
  • Become a Member
  • MEMBERS SPACE
  • CCIC Publications
  • Employment