These Christian Aid reports share learning from decades of close collaboration with local and national organisations in Angola, Brazil, Ghana, Guatemala, South Africa and the Philippines.
These six country programmes are now closed, or are closing due to an organisational restructure. The reviews aim to share learning from our decades of collaboration so that we can better support our partners in countries where we continue to work.
These reports will be of great interest to anyone who wants to find out more about the different ways Christian Aid collaborated with and supported partner organisations, and about the different thematic areas and evolution of Christian Aid’s work within each of the six countries.
Leaving and Learning
This briefing summarises learning from the six in-depth country reports and key principles that underpin Christian Aid’s approach to partnership. It also makes important recommendations for other international development organisations to consider looking forward.Read the briefing
Angola learning review
The report celebrates the Angola programme’s thirty-seven years of work strengthening civil society spaces and working with vulnerable and hard-to-reach communities, such as remote rural group and street dwellers.
Brazil learning review
The review seeks to celebrate the Brazil programme’s 36 years of work, to capture learning around how it worked in partnership with social and ecumenical movements and the types of partnerships and networks that it developed around the globe.
Ghana learning review
The report captures learning on tax justice and market development, two areas of focus and innovation for the Ghana programme. It also reﬂects on the evolution of Christian Aid Ghana's partnerships with national associations and institutions.
Guatemala learning review
The report shares insights from our work in the country and about the process of developing a joint programming initiative with five other ACT Alliance agencies, called ACTuando Juntos.
Philippines learning review
This report captures learning about how we worked with local and national organisations in the country to build climate resilience and strengthen civil society.
South Africa learning review
The South Africa report captures key insights from the programme's 60 years of work to end apartheid and global inequality. It explores the nature of the partnerships developed, the types of organisations we partnered with, and how those partners influenced our thinking and work.