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CID Weekly: To merge or not to merge? Worst year for aid fatalities, & more

Posted on 25 August 2020

+ To merge or not to merge - that is the question
 

Our UK sister organisation, Bond looks at the pros and cons of mergers for aid charities struggling during COVID.

"Mergers and acquisitions (M&A)...
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CID Weekly: World Humanitarian Day and save the dates

Posted on 18 August 2020

+ The CID Weekly is Proudly Sponsored By

Direct Impact Group supports organisations to maximise their social impact, because changing the world isn't easy, and in dynamic times this work is more...
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Localisation Baseline Report

Posted on 10 August 2020

Author: Dr Jacqueline Parisi

Localisation Baseline Report (PDF)

Appendix 1 to Localisation Report (PDF)

Appendix 2 to Localisation Report (PDF)

Purpose of report

The purpose of this report is to document the outcomes of the Council...
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Pacific Humanitarian Pathway, Debt Relief, Development will change, and more.

Posted on 14 April 2020

+ Pacific Humanitarian Pathway - will it work?

Access and delivery of humanitarian aid have been restricted in the Pacific region during COVID-19. Regular humanitarian supply chains, such as those that would be...
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Measles crisis, UN guidelines on disability inclusion, Investment Impact, and more.

Posted on 03 December 2019

+ Latest on measles crisis
There are currently 3,728 measles cases in Samoa, including 198 in the past 24 hours. 53 patients diagnosed with measles have died. Since the nation-wide immunisation campaign...
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Ethiopia Michelia Ward Trade Aid

Pacific measles outbreak, EU Aid, Local Faith Actors response, and more.

Posted on 27 November 2019

+ Pacific Measles Epidemic
Samoa's Ministry of Health is appealing for help as the death toll in the measles epidemic reaches 25 people (new stats are out today) - all but one of them...
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Tsunami anniversaries, Growth setbacks, Is the INGO sector broken? and more

Posted on 01 October 2019

+ CID Annual Conference - Registrations Open!
Register now for the CID Conference - ‘Beyond Aid: Partnerships for the Future’.  

21 October 2019
Massey University Wellington.

For more information about the agenda and for...
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Growing interest for aid in NZ, however public understanding and support lacking. Plus SDGs, CID Survey and more.

Posted on 23 July 2019

+ More public comms and evidence needed

Fewer people have heard about aid and development since the last poll in 2007. Despite that, interest has grown, says a new MFAT poll from The Nielson...
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Annual Sector Survey, child rights, Grand Bargain and more

Posted on 16 July 2019

+ Signs of new ways of working, but public donations static
New Zealand’s ‘mission-driven’ charities working in international aid are showing early signs of changing the way they work, in particular prioritising building...
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Pacific drug routes, 'Courage, not perfectionism', a stressed aid sector, and more

Posted on 09 July 2019

+ Launch of Annual Survey - 4pm next Tuesday
Book now!

A panel of CEOs, MFAT leadership, academics and commentators will discuss the latest fundings of the CID Annual Sector Survey.

Jonathan Kings Deputy...
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