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Scottish Government announces second round of Climate Justice Fund today 14.04.2014

NIDOS warmly welcomes the announcement today by the Scottish Government of the second round of the Climate Justice Fund. This Fund demonstrates Scotland’s innovative engagement in international development, our debt to countries affected by climate change and our role in tackling climate justice and in supporting the development of climate adaptation solutions. 

Monitoring and evaluation report launched 09.04.2014

A major new study flags up the importance of Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning to the success of international NGOs. The study describes three aspects as being key: strategic investment and funding; leadership buy-in and support; and adequate staff capacity.

Scottish Government announces first round of International Development Small Grants 24.03.2014

NIDOS welcomes the announcement of the first round of Small Grants, made in the Parliament by Minister for International Development Humza Yousaf, which total £431,279 and will be used to support the work of Scottish-based organisations abroad.

UK Aid Match offers pound-for-pound matchfunding 06.03.2014

Charities can now apply for the second round of UK Aid Match funding from the UK Department for International Development, and if successful will see their funds for a specific appeal doubled.

Bill to ensure aid for women and girls is successful 06.03.2014

A Private Member's Bill designed to make sure that there is gender balance in the UK Government's delivery of international aid is about to pass into law.


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