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The Canadian Centre for International Studies and Cooperation 
Address 241
Vasant Vihar 1
Dehradun - 248006
Uttaranchal, IN 
Tel 91-135-2765218 
Fax 91-135-2765219 
Email cbedindia@ceciasia.org 
Website http://www.ceciasia.org 
Contact Mr. Norman Hacisaac 
Language English 
Org. Type Intermediary NGO 
Activity Sectors Agriculture, Disadvantaged communities, Media, Micro-enterprises, Poverty, Rural Development, Sustainable Development, Training, Women's issues 
Budget (Rs.) Five Lakhs to Twenty Five Lakhs (500000 - 2500000) 
Staff Full time : 20 / Part time : 10 
Summary CECI's mission is to combat poverty and exclusion. It strengthens the development capacity of disadvanged communites, supports initiatives for peace, human rights and equity, mobilizes resouces and promotes the exchange of know-how.  

 

PROJECTS

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Community Based Economic Development Project
Generic ID
Executing Organization The Canadian Centre for International Studies and Cooperation
Funding Organization CIDA
Region Covered Uttaranchal 
Activity Sector(s) Micro-enterprises, Disadvantaged communities, Minorities, Women's issues, Rural Development, Agriculture, Poverty, Sustainable Development, Training 
Budget (Rs.) 50000000-250000000
Duration 01/01/1900-01/01/1900
Status On Going
Project Website
Abstract The Community Based Economic Development Project managed by CECI and implemented by local partners NGO’s is improving the social and economic well being of poor households and communities in selected mountainous districts of Uttaranchal. The project focuses on the strengthening of community based organisations, including NGOs and cooperatives. An important dimension of the project will be to expose communities and their leaders to responsive and participatory modes of designing and implementing development activities. Project activities promote improved livelihoods through the production and marketing of off-season agriculture and herbal and aromatic plants, as well as others micro enterprises activities and improved access to micro finance services. This pilot project operates in 250 villages in designated cluster areas in Pithoragarh and Champawat district. CBED is funded by the Canadian International Development Agency and CECI
Language(s) English (EN)