SECTION III: SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION

3.1 Organizational Information

Organizational Information

3.2 CIDA's Program Activity Architecture

Goal: To reduce poverty, promote human rights, and increase sustainable development.

Strategic Outcomes:

  1. Increased achievement of development goals consistent with Canadian foreign policy objectives.
  2. Sustained support and informed action by Canadians in international development.

Countries of Concentration

Description: Involves programming long-term development assistance on a government-to-government basis in the country of concentration and programming long-term development assistance in countries of concentration through Canadian/international voluntary and/or private sector organizations.

Expected Results: Enhanced capacity of countries of concentration to achieve development growth.

Resources
2006-2007 2007-2008
$ 750,182,000 $ 826,205,000

Fragile States and Countries in Crisis

Description: Involves programming development and/or humanitarian assistance in fragile states and/or countries experiencing humanitarian crises; and programming development assistance in fragile states through Canadian/international voluntary and/or private sector organizations.

Expected Results: Reduce vulnerability of crisis-affected people; restored capacity of public institutions and civil society.

Resources
2006-2007 2007-2008
$ 627,401,000 $ 618,242,000

Selected Countries and Regions

Description: Supports programming development assistance in selected countries and regions eligible for Canadian international assistance; and programming development assistance in selected countries through Canadian/international voluntary and/or private sector organizations.

Expected Results: Enhanced capacity of selected countries and regions to achieve stability and/or development goals; contribution to the Government of Canada's international interests.

Resources
2006-2007 2007-2008
$ 916,649,000 $ 631,244,000

Multilateral, International and Canadian Institutions

Description: Supports programming development assistance and engagement with selected multilateral institutions and Canadian/international organizations; Canadian/international private sector firms/organizations, and organizations that deliver scholarship programming, policy development and support to conferences.

Expected Results: Enhanced capacity and effectiveness of multilateral institutions and Canadian/international organizations in achieving development goals.

Resources
2006-2007 2007-2008
$ 738,898,000 $ 919,004,000

Engaging Canadian Citizens

Description: Provides opportunities for Canadians to increase awareness, deepen understanding and ensure greater engagement in international development (while consolidating CIDA's comparative advantage in governance and global citizenship).

Expected Results: Increased awareness, deepened understanding, and greater engagement of Canadians with respect to international development.

Resources
2006-2007 2007-2008
$ 39,240,000 $ 74,659,000*

Corporate Services

Description: Corporate services comprise the management functions that support delivery and improve performance of the Canadian aid program. They include policy, communications, people management, performance and knowledge management (internal audit, evaluation, and results-based and risk management), information management/information technology, strategic planning and resource allocation, and management processes, approaches and support activities.

Note: Both financial and human resource requirements for 2007-2008 have been incorporated as part of the requirements of the other programs and activities, as required by TBS.

* From this amount, the Office for Democratic Governance receives $40 million, in large part for institutional capacity building.

3.3 Financial Information

Table 1: International Assistance Envelope Allocation (Issuance Basis)

(millions of dollars) Planned Spending 2006-07 Planned Spending 2007-08
 
International Assistance Envelope (IAE) Budget
Peace and Security 3,348.00 3,616.00
8 per cent Increase 100.00 100.00
IAE Reset 268.00 289.00
IAE Base 97.00 73.00
IAE Level in Budget 2005 3,813.00 4,078.00
Reductions:
 - Budget 2003
-25.00 -30.00
Reprofilings:
 - Tsunami Response (2005)
47.00 20.00
- Global Partnership Program (2005) 5.80 0.00
- Crisis Pool (2005) 31.00 0.00
- Canada Fund for Africa (2006) 0.00 44.26
- Iraq (2006) 0.00 18.20
- GPSF (2006) 0.00 15.50
- Funds for future decisions 0.00 16.15
- Crisis Pool (2006) 0.00 133.00
IAE allocated 3,871.80 4,295.11
 
Pools Allocation
Development Research Pool    
International Development Research Centre - Base 122.46 130.46
 - Allocation of incremental resources (2005) 8.00 0.00
- Allocation of incremental resources (2006) 0.00 10.50
Total Development Research Pool 130.46 140.96
International Financial Institutions (IFI) Pool    
Dept. of Finance:
 - International Development Association
318.27 318.27
- Multilateral Debt Initiative 51.20 51.20
 - Poverty Reduction and Growth Facility 3.40 0.00
CIDA:
 - Regional Development Banks
154.50 161.70
Total IFI Pool 527.37 531.17
Crisis Pool
Unallocated balance
Reprofile from 2006

155.00
0.00

200.00
133.00
Total Crisis Pool 155.00 333.00
Peace and Security Pool 

 

 

Foreign Affairs Canada:
 - Global Partnership
102.79 100.00
- Counter-terrorism Initiative 15.00 15.00
- Global Peace and Security Fund 80.50 140.80
 - Canadian Landmines Fund 3.30 2.11
- Allocation of incremental resources (2005) 16.00 16.00
- Allocation of incremental resources (2006) 0.00 51.13
CIDA:
 - Global Peace and Security Fund
45.50 1.12
- Canada Landmines Fund 4.51 3.54
- Allocation of incremental resources (2005) 23.00 5.00
- Peacebuilding Fund 0.00 10.00
RCMP
 - International Police Program
0.00 39.26
DND: Canadian Landmines Fund 1.00 0.00
Total Peace and Security Pool 291.60 383.96
Development Pool

 

 

CIDA:
 - Base
2,520.29 2,520.29
 - Allocation of incremental resources (2005) 75.35 94.57
 - Allocation of incremental resources (2006) 0.00 119.43
Foreign Affairs Canada:
 - Base
140.81 140.81
 - Allocation of incremental resources (2005) 18.95 18.95
Other Government Departments:
 - Health Canada
6.50 6.50
- Heritage Canada 0.18 0.18
- PWGSC (base) 2.10 2.10
- PWGSC (accommodations) 3.19 3.19
Total Development Pool 2,767.37 2,906.02
 
Total Pools Allocation 3,871.80 4,295.11

Table 2: CIDA Reference Level

(millions of dollars) Planned Spending 2006-07 Planned Spending 2007-08
 
International Assistance Envelope (IAE)
International Financial Institutions Pool 154.497 161.700
Peace and Security Pool 73.005 18.540
Development Pool 2,595.640 2,749.559
Allocations from the IAE 2,823.142 2,929.799
Loan Repayments 22.934 23.770
Allocations from Outside the IAE:
Youth Initiative
6.371 6.370
Collective Bargaining Agreements 18.210 21.930
Reference Level for Main Estimates (Issuance basis) 2,870.657 2,981.869
Issuance of Notes
Encashment of Notes
-215.032
279.962
-215.032
259.706
Reference Level for Main Estimates (Cash basis) 2,935.587 3,026.543
Geographic Programs 1,392.315 1,578.738
Canadian Partnership
 - Voluntary Sector including Scholarships
194.133 221.735
 - Private Sector 57.242 52.627
Multilateral Programs
 - United Nations and Commonwealth Programs
230.013 216.710
 - Programming Against Hunger, Malnutrition & Disease 410.619 229.109
 - International Humanitarian Assistance 117.749 178.249
- International Financial Institutions (IFI) - Notes Encashment 279.962 259.706
Policy - Development Assistance 8.957 6.327
Development Information Program 4.178 5.092
Youth Initiative 5.952 5.952
Office of the Democratic Governance ( formerly Canada Corps) 0.000 40.000
Administration 234.467 232.298
Total CIDA 2,935.587 3,026.543

Table 3: Departmental Planned Spending and Full-Time Equivalents

(thousands of dollars) Forecast Spending 2006-07 Planned Spending 2007-08
Budgetary    
Countries of Concentration   825,975
Fragile States and Countries in Crisis   598,755
Selected Countries and Regions   612,069
Institutions   915,106
Canadians   74,638
Geographic Programs 1,518,934  
Canadian Partnership 279,608  
Multilateral Programs 1,066,770  
Policy Coherence 55,367  
Engaging Canadians 14,908  
Total Budgetary Main Estimates 2,935,587 3,026,543
Non-budgetary
Canadian Investment Fund for Africa
Institutions (IFI)

36,000
3,270

19,000
3,643
Total Non-Budgetary Main Estimates 39,270 22,643
 
Total Main Estimates 2,974,857 3,049,186
Adjustments
Supplementary Estimates A:
 - Canada's Efforts in Afghanistan
55,000  
- Reduced ceiling of issuance and payments to the International Financial Institution Fund Accounts 25,110  
- Interim Strategy on Existing Climate Change Programs 9,947  
- Canadian Investment Fund for Africa (L45) 19,000  
- Transfer to Foreign Affairs and International Trade and Royal Canadian Mounted Police for International Peacekeeping and Peace Operations -36,437  
- Transfer to Industry Canada to support the NetCorps Youth Initiative -4,565  
 - Transfer to Foreign Affairs and International Trade for support to missions abroad -2,500  
 - Transfer from Finance for the Inter-American Development Bank's Multilateral Investment Fund 5,595  
 - Operating Budget Carry Forward 5,428  
- Collective Bargaining Agreements 1,360  
- Amounts Available from Controlled Allotments:
    Expenditure Review - Procurement Reduction
-1,460  
    Reduced cost of the new Ministry - 
    smaller Cabinet
-725  
Supplementary Estimates B:    
- Transfer to Foreign Affairs and International Trade for Humanitarian Assistance and support to peace operations in Sudan 6,500  
- Transfer to Foreign Affairs and International Trade to provide security and support services for CIDA staff in Iraq -1,200  
- Transfer from Citizenship and Immigration to support the UN High Commissioner for Refugees 1,000  
-   Transfer from Natural Resources Canada in support of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative 375  
 - Transfer to the International Development Research Centre for research projects -5,600  
 - Collective Bargaining Agreements 778  
- Canadian Investment Fund for Africa (L45) 19,906  
Lebanon Relief Fund   2,200
Sudan   17,120
Internal Audit   848
Total Planned Spending 3,072,369 3,069,354
Plus: Cost of services received without charge 24,938 23,179
Net cost of Program 3,097,307 3,092,533
 
Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) 1,670 1,676

Table 4: Resources by Program Activity

2007-08
(thousands of dollars) Budgetary Non-Budgetary Adjustments
Program Activity Operating Grants Contributions & Other Transfer Payments Gross Loans, Investments and Advances Total Main Estimates (planned spending not in Main Estimates) Total Planned Spending
Strategic Outcome: Increased achievement of development goals consistent with Canadian foreign policy objectives
Countries of Concentration 78,599 189,945 557,431 825,975 0 825,975 230 826,205
Fragile States and Countries in Crisis 41,158 430,619 126,978 598,755 0 598,755 19,487 618,242
Selected Countries and Regions 58,155 147,828 406,086 612,069 19,000 631,069 175 631,244
Institutions 43,406 406,954 464,746 915,106 3,643 918,749 255 919,004
Stategic Outcome: Sustained support and informed action by Canadians in international development
Canadians 10,980 4,400 59,258 74,638 0 74,638 21 74,659
 
Total 232,298 1,179,746 1,614,499 3,026,543 22,643 3,049,186 20,168 3,069,354

Table 5: Voted and Statutory Items listed in Main Estimates

2007-08
(thousands of dollars)
Voted or Statutory Item Truncated Vote or Statutory Wording Current Main Estimates Previous Main Estimates
20 Operating Expenditures 207,214 210,666
25 Grants and Contributions 2,534,539 2,421,158
(S) Minister of International Cooperation - Salary and motor car allowance 75 73
(S) Encashment of notes issues to the development assistance funds of the International financial institutions in accordance with the International Development (Financial Institutions) Assistance Act 259,706 279,962
(S) Contributions to Employee Benefit Plans 25,009 23,728
Total Budgetary   3,026,543 2,935,587
L30 The issuance and payment of notes to the International Financial Institution Fund Accounts 0  
L35 The issuance and payment of notes to International Financial Institutions -- Capital Subscriptions 0 3,270
L40 Investment contributions pursuant to section 3 of the Canada Fund for Africa Act 19,000 36,000
(S) Payments to International Financial Institutions -- Capital Subscriptions 3,643 ...
Total Non-Budgetary   22,643 39,270
Total Agency   3,049,186 2,974,857

Table 6: Services Received Without Charge

(thousands of dollars) 2007‑08
Operating Expenditures:
 – Accommodation – Public Works and Government Services Canada

8,187
– Employee benefits covering the employer's share of insurance premiums and costs– Treasury Board Secretariat 9,463
– Legal services – Department of Justice 931
– Workers' compensation – Human Resources Development Canada 98
  ----------
18,679
 Aid Expenditures:
 – Imputed interest on advance payments – Department of Finance (1)
4,500
Total Services Received Without Charge 23,179

1. This covers the imputed interest on advance payments. CIDA has been exempted from the Treasury Board policy on advance payments for grants and contributions. However, the additional interest charges incurred by the federal government as a result are considered to be an imputed ODA program expenditure.

Table 7: Loans, Investments and Advances (Non-budgetary)

(thousands of dollars) Forecast Spending
2006–07
Planned Spending
2007–08
– Capital Subscriptions (L35) – Regional Development Banks 3,270 0
– Canadian Investment Fund for Africa (L40) 74,906 19,000
– Capital Subscriptions (S) – Payments to International Financial Insttutions   3,643
Total 78,176 22,643

Table 8: Source of Respendable and Non-respendable Revenue

(millions of dollars) Forecast Revenue
2006–07
Planned Revenue
2007–08
Non-forecastable before fiscal year end 0 0
Total Revenue 0 0

Table 9: Resource Requirement by Organization and Program Activity1

(thousands of dollars) 2007-08
Program Activities Countries of Concentration Fragile States and Countries in Crisis Selected Countries and Regions Institutions Canadians Total Planned Spending
Organizational Branches
Africa 506,713 72,215 220,743     799,671
Asia 181,857 140,449 88,809     411,115
Americas 46,627 93,557 97,854     238,038
Europe, Middle East and Maghreb 23,367 93,678 97,315     214,360
Canadian Partnership 29,605 3,119 75,020 168,709 10,981 287,434
Multilateral Programs 194,495     717,107   911,602
Office of Democratic Governance         54,910 54,910
Policy 5,739 3,130 8,668 9,778 696 28,011
Communications 2,926 1,596 2,217 1,773 4,013 12,525
Agency Executive 3,164 1,726 2,397 1,918 384 9,589
Human Resources and Corporate Services 12,350 6,677 8,722 7,562 2,002 37,313
Information Management and Technology 10,543 5,751 7,987 6,390 1,278 31,949
Performance and Knowledge Management 3,314 1,849 2,512 2,124 395 10,194
 
Total 826,205 618,242 612,244 915,361 74,659 3,046,711

1. Amounts are based on Planned Spending and do not include Non-Budgetary items.

Table 10: User Fees

Name of User Fee Fee Type Fee Setting Authority Reason for Fee Introduction or Amendment Effective Date of Planned Change to Take Effect Planned Consultation and Review Process
Acces to Information Application Fee for formal request Access to Information Act, Section 11. N/A N/A Permanent Review of Act by Parliementary Committee (as per Section 15, Access to Information Act)
Acces to Information Reproduction fee Access to Information Act, Section 11. N/A N/A Permanent Review of Act by Parliementary Committee (as per Section 15, Access to Information Act)
Acces to Information Search and Preparation Fee Access to Information Act, Section 11. N/A N/A Permanent Review of Act by Parliementary Committee (as per Section 15, Access to Information Act)
Acces to Information Programming Fee Access to Information Act, Section 11. N/A N/A Permanent Review of Act by Parliementary Committee (as per Section 15, Access to Information Act)

Table 11: Details on Transfer Payments Programs (Grants, Contributions and Other Transfer Payments)

CIDA grants, contributions and other transfer payments of $2,814 million account for 91.7% of CIDA's 2007-08 Total Planned Spending, excluding non-budgetary expenditures. Further information is given below.

(in thousands of dollars) Forecast Spending 2006-07 Planned Spending 2007-08
Grants
Countries of Concentration    
Development assistance to international development institutions and organizations for operations, programs and projects, and to international financial institutions 190,000 185,520
Programming against hunger, malnutrition and disease through international development, research and nutrition institutions; Canadian, international and local non-governmental organizations; the International Development Research Centre; developing countries, their institutions, their organizations and their agencies in such countries for the benefit of recipients in developing countries 10,300 200
Humanitarian assistance or disaster preparedness to countries, their institutions, organizations and agencies and persons in such countries, and to international institutions and Canadian and international non-governmental organizations for operations, programs, projects, activities and appeals 4,000 4,225
Fragile States and Countries in Crisis    
Development assistance to international development institutions and organizations for operations, programs and projects, and to international financial institutions 180,500 195,270
Programming against hunger, malnutrition and disease through international development, research and nutrition institutions; Canadian, international and local non-governmental organizations; the International Development Research Centre; developing countries, their institutions, their organizations and their agencies in such countries for the benefit of recipients in developing countries 80,000 59,000
Grants to Canadian, international, regional and developing country institutions, organizations and agencies, developing country governments, their institutions, organizations and agencies, to provincial and municipal governments, their institutions, organizations and agencies in support of development co-operation and development education programs and to international non-governmental organizations in support of development assistance programs, projects and activities 1,100 1,200
Humanitarian assistance or disaster preparedness to countries, their institutions, organizations and agencies and persons in such countries, and to international institutions and Canadian and international non-governmental organizations for operations, programs, projects, activities and appeals 232,741 175,149
Selected Countries and Regions    
Development assistance to international development institutions and organizations for operations, programs and projects, and to international financial institutions 150,375 139,428
Programming against hunger, malnutrition and disease through international development, research and nutrition institutions; Canadian, international and local non-governmental organizations; the International Development Research Centre; developing countries, their institutions, their organizations and their agencies in such countries for the benefit of recipients in developing countries 93,000 2,900
Humanitarian assistance or disaster preparedness to countries, their institutions, organizations and agencies and persons in such countries, and to international institutions and Canadian and international non-governmental organizations for operations, programs, projects, activities and appeals 5,200 5,500
Institutions    
Development assistance to international development institutions and organizations for operations, programs and projects, and to international financial institutions 313,190 218,528
Programming against hunger, malnutrition and disease through international development, research and nutrition institutions; Canadian, international and local non-governmental organizations; the International Development Research Centre; developing countries, their institutions, their organizations and their agencies in such countries for the benefit of recipients in developing countries 177,529 167,109
Grants to Canadian, international, regional and developing country institutions, organizations and agencies, developing country governments, their institutions, organizations and agencies, to provincial and municipal governments, their institutions, organizations and agencies in support of development co-operation and development education programs and to international non-governmental organizations in support of development assistance programs, projects and activities 22,000 21,317
Canadians    
Development assistance to international development institutions and organizations for operations, programs and projects, and to international financial institutions 3,500 3,000
Grants to Canadian, international, regional and developing country institutions, organizations and agencies, developing country governments, their institutions, organizations and agencies, to provincial and municipal governments, their institutions, organizations and agencies in support of development co-operation and development education programs and to international non-governmental organizations in support of development assistance programs, projects and activities 1,200 1,400
Total Grants 1,464,635 1,179,746
Contributions
Countries of Concentration    
Development assistance, including payments for loan agreements issued under the authority of previous Appropriation Acts, to all levels of developing country and territories governments, including their institutions, organizations and agencies, and contributions for cooperation with countries in transition and contributions to Canadian, other donor country, international and regional institutions, organizations and agencies, to all levels of other donor country government and provincial governments, their institutions, organizations and agencies, and to private sector firms in support of regional and country specific development assistance projects, programs and activities, and to persons capable of delivering aid activities or actively engaged in development issues 424,269 529,409
Incentives to Canadian, international and developing country private sector firms, investors, institutions, organizations, and governments in support of private sector development, projects and activities 11,500 10,668
Contributions to Canadian, international, regional and developing country institutions, organizations and agencies, developing country governments, their institutions, organizations and agencies, to provincial and municipal governments, their institutions, organizations and agencies in support of development cooperation and development education programs and to international non-governmental organizations in support of development assistance programs, projects and activities 29,000 17,354
Fragile States and Countries in Crisis    
Development assistance, including payments for loan agreements issued under the authority of previous Appropriation Acts, to all levels of developing country and territories governments, including their institutions, organizations and agencies, and contributions for cooperation with countries in transition and contributions to Canadian, other donor country, international and regional institutions, organizations and agencies, to all levels of other donor country government and provincial governments, their institutions, organizations and agencies, and to private sector firms in support of regional and country specific development assistance projects, programs and activities, and to persons capable of delivering aid activities or actively engaged in development issues 83,666 133,245
Contributions to Canadian, international, regional and developing country institutions, organizations and agencies, developing country governments, their institutions, organizations and agencies, to provincial and municipal governments, their institutions, organizations and agencies in support of development cooperation and development education programs and to international non-governmental organizations in support of development assistance programs, projects and activities 3,000 2,479
Incentives to Canadian, international and developing country private sector firms, investors, institutions, organizations, and governments in support of private sector development, projects and activities 500 474
Humanitarian assistance or disaster preparedness to countries, their institutions , organizations and agencies and persons in such countries, and to international institutions and Canadian and international non-governmental organizations for operations, programs, projects, activities, and appeals 2,814 10,100
Selected Countries and Regions    
Development assistance, including payments for loan agreements issued under the authority of previous Appropriation Acts, to all levels of developing country and territories governments, including their institutions, organizations and agencies, and contributions for cooperation with countries in transition and contributions to Canadian, other donor country, international and regional institutions, organizations and agencies, to all levels of other donor country government and provincial governments, their institutions, organizations and agencies, and to private sector firms in support of regional and country specific development assistance projects, programs and activities, and to persons capable of delivering aid activities or actively engaged in development issues 237,582 337,646
Contributions to Canadian, international, regional and developing country institutions, organizations and agencies, developing country governments, their institutions, organizations and agencies, to provincial and municipal governments, their institutions, organizations and agencies in support of development cooperation and development education programs and to international non-governmental organizations in support of development assistance programs, projects and activities 1,000 28,550
Incentives to Canadian, international and developing country private sector firms, investors, institutions, organizations, and governments in support of private sector development, projects and activities 13,442 39,890
Institutions    
Development assistance, including payments for loan agreements issued under the authority of previous Appropriation Acts, to all levels of developing country and territories governments, including their institutions, organizations and agencies, and contributions for cooperation with countries in transition and contributions to Canadian, other donor country, international and regional institutions, organizations and agencies, to all levels of other donor country government and provincial governments, their institutions, organizations and agencies, and to private sector firms in support of regional and country specific development assistance projects, programs and activities, and to persons capable of delivering aid activities or actively engaged in development issues 36,449 42,429
Development assistance to international development institutions and organizations for operations, programs and projects, and to international financial institutions 2,400 3,575
Incentives to Canadian, international and developing country private sector firms, investors, institutions, organizations, and governments in support of private sector development, projects and activities 33,000 2,795
Programming against hunger, malnutrition and disease through international development, research and nutrition institutions; Canadian, international and local non-governmental organizations; the International Development Research Centre; developing countries, their institutions, their organizations and their agencies in such countries for the benefit of recipients in developing countries 290 5,000
Contributions to Canadian, international, regional and developing country institutions, organizations and agencies, developing country governments, their institutions, organizations and agencies, to provincial and municipal governments, their institutions, organizations and agencies in support of development cooperation and development education programs and to international non-governmental organizations in support of development assistance programs, projects and activities 104,382 151,241
Canadians    
Contributions to Canadian or international communications organizations, other federal, provincial or municipal governments, broadcasters and producers, other donor country governments and institutions, organizations and agencies, and persons in support of the Development Information Program involving the production and dissemination of development information, educational materials and related activities 4,178 5,092
Development assistance, including payments for loan agreements issued under the authority of previous Appropriation Acts, to all levels of developing country and territories governments, including their institutions, organizations and agencies; and contributions for cooperation with countries in transition and contributions to Canadian, other donor country, international and regional institutions, organizations and agencies, to all levels of other donor country government and provincial governments, their institutions, organizations and agencies, and to private-sector firms in support of regional and country specific development assistance projects, programs and activities, and to persons capable of delivering aid activities or actively engaged in development issues 4,632 11,685
Development assistance to international development institutions and organizations for operations, programs and projects, and to international financial institutions 1,900 2,000
Contributions to Canadian, international, regional, developing country institutions, organizations and agencies, developing country governments, their institutions, organizations and agencies, to provincial and municipal governments, their institutions, organizations and agencies in support of development cooperation and development education programs and to international non-governmental organizations in support of development assistance programs, projects and activities 10,000 40,481
Total Contributions 1,004,004 1,374,113
Other Transfer Payments (1)
Institutions    
(S) Encashment of notes issued to the development assistance funds of the international financial institutions in accordance with the International Development (Financial Institutions) Assistance Act 279,962 259,706
Total Other Transfer Payments 279,962 259,706
Items Not Required
Canadian Partnership    
Development assistance as education and training for individuals 2,500 0
Multilateral Programs    
Contribution to the Inter-American Development Bank 1,200 0
Total Items Not Required 3,700 0
Total 2,752,301 2,813,565
1. Other Transfer Payments exclude non-budgetary forecast expenditures of $22.643 million for 2007-08 and $78.176 million for 2006-07.

Annex 1: Other Information

For additional information about CIDA's programs, activities, and operations, please visit www.acdi-cida.gc.ca

or contact:

Public Inquiries Service
Communications Branch, 5th Floor
Canadian International Development Agency
200 Promenade du Portage
Gatineau, QC
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Telephone: (819) 997-5006
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E-mail: info@acdi-cida.gc.ca

Legislation Administered

CIDA is designated as a department for the purposes of the Financial Administration Act by Order-in-Council P.C. 1968-923 of May 8, 1968, and P.C. 1968-1760 of September 12, 1968. The authority for the CIDA program and related purposes is found in the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Act, and in the Annual Appropriations Act. CIDA is the lead government organization responsible for Canada's ODA.


  1. Millennium Development Goals Report 2006, UN Human Development Report 2006
  2. Millennium Development Goals Report 2006, UN Human Development Report 2006; 2006 AIDS Epidemic Update
  3. Please see: www.un.org/millenniumgoals/
  4. Please see: www.un.org/esa/sustdev/documents/Monterrey_Consensus.htm
  5. Please see www.oecd.org/dac/effectiveness
  6. The MAF consists of 10 elements of sound management: public service values; governance and strategic direction; results and performance; learning, innovation, and change management; policy and programs; risk management; people; stewardship; citizen-focused service; and accountability.
  7. http://www.tbs-sct.gc.ca/report/govrev/06/cp-rc-eng.asp
  8. During the year, there were 2.8 million new infections. In some regions, women 15-24 are six times more likely to be infected than men in the same age group.
  9. CIDA is active in the following Maghreb countries: Algeria, Mauritania, Morocco and Tunisia.
  10. The UN's Humanitarian Reform Program aims to strengthen humanitarian response capacity, strengthen the Humanitarian Coordinator System and ensure predictable funding.
  11. Part of the UN's humanitarian reform agenda, this approach helps key agencies to strengthen their capacity to develop preparedness and response in key sectors and common services such as logistics, communications, health, water, nutrition, shelter, camp coordination and management, and protection.
  12. This Panel addressed several key issues, including the need to consolidate all UN programs at the country level, work towards policy coherence among all UN agencies, rationalize funding mechanisms, strengthen humanitarian assistance and international environmental governance and establish a dynamic new entity focused on equality between women and men and women's empowerment. The report was released in 2006.
  13. From this amount, the Office for Democratic Governance receives $40 million, in large part for institutional capacity building.

 

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