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MP Briefing

A briefing to help you speak to your local MP about climate justice and debt cancellation

Under the radar

Under the radar

Drop the Ebola Debt placard

Drop the Ebola Debt placard

World Bank & IMF briefings

Read our briefing papers ahead of the World Bank Group's 2019 Spring Meetings The Big Shift Needed for Climate Justice A Just Global Economy Leave No One Behind? From Violence to Peace

Financing Injustice

We need a radically different and rebalanced financial system which ensures that the very poorest are included and actively supported to thrive, and in which developing countries have an equal say in making the rules governing the global economy. This briefing looks at progress towards the Sustainable Development goals (SDGs), financing for development, private finance and alternatives, and good investment.  Download a Spanish version here

Supporting small businesses in developing countries: briefing paper

Which programmes work and why? How governments and donors can better support inclusive economic development.

Time for climate justice 15 - climate-resilient agriculture

What small-scale producers need to adapt to climate change

Christian Aid briefing on hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) emissions

Why there is need for accelerated reduction of hydrofluorocarbon emissions under Montreal Protocol to help stall global warming (Spanish translation).

Christian Aid briefing on hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) emissions - Spanish

Why there is need for accelerated reduction of hydrofluorocarbon emissions under Montreal Protocol to help stall global warming (Spanish translation).

Comment Christian Aid évalue le rapport qualité-prix dans ses programmes

Pour Christian Aid, un bon rapport qualité-prix ne consiste pas à rechercher la solution la moins coûteuse possible, à moins qu’elle soit également la plus efficace et la plus inclusive. (French language value for money report.)

Cómo evalúa Christian Aid el mejor valor por el dinero en sus programas

Para Christian Aid, el valor por el dinero no consiste en buscar la opción más barata posible, a menos que esta sea también la opción más eficaz e inclusiva. (Spanish language value for money report.)

How Christian Aid assesses value for money in its programmes

Christian Aid is committed to seeing an end to poverty. In order to achieve this, we need to focus on attaining results for women and men living in poverty. To maximise our impact and bring about changes at the scale to which we aspire, we need to focus on using our resources as effectively as we possibly can – literally, achieving the best value for money (VfM). While we need to manage financial and other resources sensibly and efficiently, what really matters is using them to bring about as significant a change as possible for poor and marginalised women and men.  Further resources:  Value for money (French) Value for money (Spanish) Value for money case studies

How Christian Aid assesses value for money in its programmes

Christian Aid’s approach is about achieving the best results we can with the money and resources we have.