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Spotlight

Fresh, Running Water Finally Arrives in Hundreds of Homes in Koimwe Village, Kenya

Water reservoir at the Mwangaza water project site.

Koimwe Village, in Nandi County, Kenya is among several villages that have long suffered from insufficient access to water suitable for household use. Women and girls typically had to walk long distances on a daily basis for clean water.

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Other Features

SUNY/CID Staff Awarded US State Department Grant

The youth in Akayè, Haiti will participate in activities related to the Reimagining Haiti: Public Service Leadership grant.

The SUNY/Center for International Development (SUNY/CID) congratulates staff members Heather Senecal and Cecelia Skott as well as Rockefeller College Assistant Professor Susan Appe and SUNY New Paltz Professor Amy Nitza for their project being selected by the United States Department of State as part of the 2019 Citizen Diplomacy Action Fund.

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Adaptive Management Theory and Practice for International Development

Adaptive management (AM) is a hot topic in the international development and humanitarian sector. It is widely regarded by donors and practitioners as necessary to effectively implementing programs in complex and volatile environments. What does adaptive management actually mean? How do we use adaptive management across different types of programs? What are specific tools and approaches of Adaptive Management?

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Governance Information Bulletin

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.


Featured Publication

David E. Guinn: "Success in parliamentary strengthening: What does it mean?"

Robert Nakamura, et al.: "Stregthening Deliberative Bodies: Legislative Engagement Reference Paper" (pdf)

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About SUNY/CID

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.