This policy paper sets out how Irish Aid's humanitarian assistance saves lives, alleviates suffering and maintains human dignity during and in the aftermath of humanitarian emergencies.
PCD research undertaken by the Institute of International Integration Studies, TCD
In the period covered by this review, 2000-2007, a total of €340m of Irish Aid funding was specifically dedicated to HIV and AIDS interventions.
This review assesses the performance and achievements of the Disaster Preparedness and Local Capacities for Peace (DIPLCAP) programme in Southern Sudan. The main finding is that the project was well placed to serve the articulated needs of the communities it serves and it has had real success in some elements in a short time.
This report examines the extent to which development education is understood in the adult and community sectors and explores how adult educators could be supported to include development education in their work through the use of active citizenship.
Building good governance is central to the work of Irish Aid across the development programme. Without good governance, long-term sustainable development is not possible. This policy document describes how Irish Aid works on governance, and outlines the main areas of focus.
This report provides a comprehensive account of the development work undertaken by Irish Aid during 2008.
This evaluation found that Irish Aid has been a well-harmonized, neutral and flexible partner.
This report looks at integrating disaster risk reduction (DRR) into MAPS Partners' Programming.
2009 Summary Reports of the Meetings of the Interdepartmental Committee on Development.
Through peer reviews by other DAC (Development Assistance Committee of the OECD) members, the quality of each member's development cooperation programme is regularly assessed.