Fr. Michael Kelly World AIDS Day 2013 lecture,"Aspects of Gender and HIV", 28th November 2013.
This is a list of Irish Aid CRS/DAC sector purpose codes 2013 and Irish Aid recipient country codes.
This report focuses on highlights and results to facilitate increased understanding and shared learning on Irish Aid's work on gender equality in 2012.
This summarises the strategy document, which sets out the expected key development results, objectives and strategies for Ireland’s engagement in Tanzania from 2011-2015.
Information on the Irish Aid Volunteering Fair
This is the 2012 annual report of the audit committee of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
Irish Aid’s 2012 Annual Report focuses on our work on hunger and resilience. Alongside our work with our partner countries, we also work at international level to strengthen world action on hunger and nutrition.
This public information booklet outlines how Irish Aid is tackling world poverty and hunger. It gives an overview of the work of Irish Aid.
This flyer outlines Irish Aid's range of resources and support for primary teachers teaching about global development.
This flyer gives an overview of the Irish Aid Volunteering and Information Centre services including schools programme, third level workshops, events, multimedia exhibition and volunteering information.
These guidelines articulate the best practice standards expected from Irish Aid’s partners in relation to security risk management and have been designed to help our NGO partners to improve their own current security systems and to fulfill their duty of care responsibilities towards their staff.
1,000 Days is a partnership that brings together governments, civil society organisations and the private sector to improve nutrition for women and children during the critical 1,000 days from pregnancy to age 2.
This is the post-conference report of the Hunger Nutrition and Climate Justice Conference which took place in Dublin Castle (15-16 April 2013). It includes conference objectives and achievements, key messages, call to action, highlights from learning circles and plenary sessions and lessons learned.
One World, One Future, Ireland’s Policy for International Development sets out our vision of a sustainable and just world, where people are empowered to overcome poverty and hunger and fully realise their rights and potential.
Summary Document of One World, One Future, Ireland's new Policy for International Development.
In early 2012 Irish Aid commissioned an independent evaluation of the Irish Aid Ethiopia Country Strategy 2008-2012. The evaluation was carried out by a team of consultants from ITAD Ltd. The following is the executive summary of the evaluation with two lesson learning briefs.
This is a summary report of a joint evaluation of donor support to public sector governance reform. The main objective of the evaluation was to enable donors and partner countries to learn lessons about what to support and how best to do so.
This report presents the findings and conclusions of an internal Irish Aid review of its 2009-11 "Strategic Environmental Partnerships Programme (SEPP): Building Capacity and Supporting Sustainable Development".
The links between climate, hunger and poor nutrition are becoming increasingly clear: a recent report for the Committee on World Food Security warned that climate change could significantly change the amount and quality of food consumed – with potentially devastating consequences for those most at risk of hunger.
An evaluation of the 2008-2012 Lesotho Country Strategy was commissioned by Irish Aid and carried out by the Evaluation and Audit Unit with support from independent consultants and with the expertise from the Policy Planning and Effectiveness Unit and the Africa Section.
This flyer provides information for second level visits to the Irish Aid Volunteering and Information Centre.
This flyer provides information on summer workshops for primary schools(5th and 6th class) in the Irish Aid Volunteering and Information Centre.
South Africa is one of the African “Programme” countries supported by Irish Aid through multi-annual programmes of assistance. All Country Programmes are externally evaluated regularly so as to assess progress and impact and identify any necessary adjustments.
This flyer provides information on visiting the Khulungira exhibition in the Irish Aid Volunteering and Information Centre.
This flyer provides information on CSPE (Civic, Social and Political Education) second level school visits to the Irish Aid Volunteering and Information Centre.
This booklet illustrates case studies of Irish Aid's development partnerships in Northern Province, Zambia over the past 30 years.