The ECID programme is a four-year programme that sets out a new and innovative approach to building civil society effectiveness in three target countries: Myanmar, Nigeria and Zimbabwe. The programme has an emphasis on data/evidence generation, dissemination, mobilisation and uptake.
CSSF has contracted Integrity in partnership with Social Development Direct, LTS-Niras, Brink, Institute for Strategic Studies and Cranfield University to strengthen monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) across its entire portfolio.
The Malawi Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) Prevention and Response Programme is funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID) and delivered by Coffey in a consortium with Social Development Direct and Plan International.
The SDDirect team of VAWG technical advisers provide long-term capacity building support to partners in Nepal, Kenya, DRC, Zambia and the Occupied Palestinian Territories. This advice is wide-ranging and related to evidence and theory-based design, implementation, research, monitoring and project management.
The Strengthening Transparency, Accountability and Responsiveness (STAR-Ghana II) initiative is a voice and empowerment programme that supports civil society to achieve increased accountability and responsiveness of the state to citizens.
SABI was developed against the background of poor delivery of basic social services in Sierra Leone and the demonstration in the Ebola response of both the need for community engagement as well for citizens to play a more active role in development.
SDDirect was a core partner in the DFID-funded Infrastructure and Cities for Economic Development (ICED), a catalytic facility designed to accelerate DFID’s infrastructure and cities initiatives across the world to contribute to poverty reduction and inclusive economic growth.
The Global Guidance on SRGBV provides policy and programming guidance, promising practices case studies, and recommended tools for the education sector and its complementary actors working to eliminate gender-based violence.