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Centre for International Development and Training (CIDT)
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Strengthening the role of Civil Society and Community Organisations in Forest Governance in Liberia
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Gender appraisal with CABI Plantwise programme leads to production of Gender Resource Pack http://ow.ly/cyDw304nnOE
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CIDT consultants visit Malawi as part of Endline evaluation for CAMFED’s Supporting Young Women to Lead Change in Rural Malawi project.

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Short video overview of CIDT’s training courses and capacity strengthening services for International Development https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-Co2B5Hm_Q
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Our short animation shows how the concept of forest governance is being used to promote more sustainable use of the world’s forests.
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This event explores a ‘decision first’ approach to adapting to climate change in Rwanda’s tea and coffee industries.
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Greenpeace Africa uncover Illegal Logging trail in Cameroon https://shar.es/1dBC7o @bluegreentweet
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Challenge the causes of poverty and enhancing the livelihoods of vulnerable people.
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CIDT is a not-for-profit centre, based within the University of Wolverhampton. Our aim is to influence change and challenge the causes of poverty. Our purpose is to enhance the livelihoods of vulnerable people. Working in partnership we develop knowledge, attitudes and skills for people-centred development.

For over 40 years CIDT has worked in over 120 countries, including post-conflict zones and fragile states in Asia and Africa, as well as local and national UK work.  This extensive background of valued work in the field of international development is reflected in our ability to feed our experience into ongoing global projects. We offer and implement grounded, practical solutions based on experience, with capacity development firmly at the heart of all that we do.