The level of increase needed to get Canada on the path to 0.7% ODA/GNI is less than the price of buying each hardworking Canadian in the labour force a coffee and a doughnut once per month for one year.
Preview of findings from a forthcoming research paper on our proposed framework for assessing the impact and outcome Canada's international assistance review (IAR) and the new aid policy and funding framework.
CIDP collaborates with CanWaCH to launch the Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (RMNCH) Project Explorer, which allows users to explore Global Affairs Canada's financial commitments to women and children’s health.
The Global Education Monitoring Report 2016 (GEM) and other reports present a fairly mixed if not discouraging picture of educational outcomes in the developing world. Poor secondary school systems make for an opportunity cliff for girls; without secondary school places, they may face few good choices.
The new Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report evaluates the world’s progress towards achieving inclusive and quality education for all, and provides a sobering account of what’s at stake if countries fail to meet their targets by 2030.
In order to successfully address some of the most pressing global development challenges – like climate change, stimulating equitable growth, and addressing humanitarian crises – the way we think about and do global development needs to change.
Canada in International Development: foreign assistance, trade, investment, migration and remittance flows between Canada and developing countries