Evidence and Collaboration for Inclusive Development (ECID) is a 3-year programme, funded by the UK Government through UK Aid Connect, delivered through a consortium of 8 partners led by Christian Aid, and implemented by in-country partner organisations.

In this programme our focus is on people who are marginalised, including women and girls, ethnic minorities and people living with disabilities or HIV.

Objectives

To improve access to services for marginalised people

To improve participation in decision-making processes for marginalised people

To increase the effectiveness of civil society and other actors at all levels to address the priorities of marginalised people

To create greater accountability and responsiveness among power holders to act on the priorities of marginalised people, from the local to global level.

Our Approach

Who we are

We are a consortium of sector leading experts with a range of specialisms working globally for social justice.

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What we do

ECID engages directly with communities to identify their needs and builds connections with civil society and duty bearers for appropriate and accountable services for all.

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