Practical Learning for International Action

CDA Collaborative Learning Projects improves the effectiveness and accountability of peacebuilding, development, and humanitarian action wherever communities experience conflict.

For 30 years, CDA has been a strong voice on local leadership, critically reflecting on aid effectiveness and accountability to affected populations. As an independent, catalytic partner of humanitarian, peacebuilding, and development practitioners, CDA facilitates collaborative learning processes that listen deeply and generate practical evidence, frameworks, and policy guidance for lasting change.

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To celebrate 30 years of CDA, join our #30for30 campaign – 30 reasons why CDA’s collaborative learning approach and evidence-informed research is more relevant than ever in 2024.

How has CDA’s research been a catalyst for your work? What do you see as our greatest impact? Where do you think we could go next?

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CDA's current projects and partnerships stand on the shoulders of our foundational research and 30 years of collaborative learning.

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Across the humanitarian, development, and peacebuilding nexus, how we work is just as important as what we do.

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