AHADI is a governance program that is jointly funded by USAID and DFID. The program supports Kenya’s devolution agenda by partnering with Kenyan institutions to promote governance systems that are transparent, accountable, effective in service delivery and responsive to empowered citizens.
(Photo: Freshly-elected members of the Nairobi County Assembly during an induction session supported by AHADI to orient them to their new roles and mandates and aid seamless transition after the 2017 General Election. Photo credit: Clara Kakai/USAID.)
"For the past 30 years, SUNY/CID has implemented long-term programs in developing countries across five continents. It is a unique opportunity to host international government delegations here in Albany to exchange experiences and new ideas to bolster democratic governance. We are thankful to the ICCR for helping us take part in these interactions," said Gina Volynsky, Director of SUNY Center for International Development (SUNY/CID).
SUNY / CID co-sponsors International Executive Courses on Adaptive Management and Outcome Harvesting for Development Experts and Practitioners
In the last few years, “Adaptive Management” (AM) and “complexity-aware monitoring and evaluation and learning” have gone viral as new development catchwords. Networks of donors, practitioners and researchers have developed thinking, explored current practice and are starting to propose new approaches that recognize that to be effective, international development programs need to address the complexity and unpredictability of the contexts in which we work.
- Another big win for SUNY/CID
- SUNY/CID Congratulates Lejla Hasanović, a Young Transatlantic Innovation Leaders Initiative (YTILI) Fellow for European Entrepreneurs and Innovators
- Anti-Corruption Training in Bosnia and Herzegovina
- SUNY/CID expert cited by world leader
- USAID invites SUNY/CID experts to collaborate to help IDPs
Current and Recent Projects
The GIB is a newsletter that draws attention to technical matters involved in strengthening political institutions and to broader issues of aid strategies, democracy assistance, public sector performance, and to countries and regions where SUNY/CID is working. Our most recent edition can be found here and the archive here.
David E. Guinn: "Success in parliamentary strengthening: What does it mean?"
Robert Nakamura, et al.: "Stregthening Deliberative Bodies: Legislative Engagement Reference Paper" (pdf)
At SUNY/CID we connect people and ideas for integrated development through the design and implementation of large, multi-year donor funded projects, institutional capacity building projects, and research-intensive assessments and evaluations. Learn more about us and our mission.
For additional information, feel free to peruse SUNY/CID's 25th Anniversary Publication.