CEDPA

AcronymDefinition
CEDPACentre for Development and Population Activities (est. 1975; Washington, DC)
CEDPACalifornia Educational Data Processing Association
CEDPACenter for Environment, Development, and Poverty Alleviation (China)
CEDPAConsejo Evangélico del Principado de Asturias
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CEDPA implemented a project that used traditional birth attendants in northern Nigeria to distribute contraceptive methods.
"Most women lack opportunities to advance their skills and have limited access to mentors to help guide their way as they seek to improve their effectiveness," said Kate Mangino from CEDPA.
Palamuleni "The Economic Impact of AIDS in Malawi" (July 2000) The Futures Group International in collaboration with: Research Triangle Institute (RTI) and The Centre for Development and Population Activities (CEDPA).
"There's nothing wrong with that, but it can't reach the point of excluding all other issues." Patricia Sears of the hands-on Centre for Development and Population Activities (CEDPA), declares, "They didn't make the connection to the environment, but that connection is a day-to-day reality for all the community-based organizations CEDPA partners with." Corrie Shanahan, a UNFPA spokeswoman, says that even though the environment wasn't emphasized from the podium, it was a lively topic in the side discussions at the Forum.
Plan USA took ownership of the Centre for Development and Population Activities (CEDPA) in November 2012.
CEDPA, 2003:27-34 http//:www.cedpa.org/files/ 660_file_ghana_arhbehavior.pdf
The Global Women in Management workshop builds on the success of an ongoing partnership between the ExxonMobil Foundation and CEDPA. Since 2005, the ExxonMobil Foundation has sponsored more than 250 women leaders from over 35 countries to receive in-depth training from CEDPA.Aa
Ishraq is a collaboration between the Population Council, Caritas, CEDPA (the Center for Development and Population Activities), Save the Children, and two Egyptian government agencies, the Ministry of Youth and the National Council for Childhood and Motherhood.
(17) Ford Foundation, Helvitas (a Swiss INGO), and UNICEF are regular financers to ].IDS and others who contributed research grants, at different times, are AFFHC (Australia), CECI and CCO (Canada), GTZ (German), UN University (Japan) CEDPA, UNESCO, SNV (Netherland), UNDP, USAID, World Bank, ADB.
in August for study at Washington's Centre for Development and Population Activities (CEDPA).
The following news comes from the Maternal and Neonatal Health (MNH) programme at JHPIEGO, and from the Centre for Development and Population Activities (CEDPA):