Catholic Alliance for International Development
The Catholic Alliance for International Development (CAID) was formed after an initiative which arose at a meeting between Caritas Australia and the National Catholic Education Commission in 2006.
The Alliance is focused on maximising collaborative international development work across Catholic Church agencies in Australia. This is being achieved by sharing information across organisations and maximising the synergies.
The regional focus for the collaborative work at this point in time is the Pacific Region and East Timor and the sector focus is on education and health.
- 2006: Origins of CAID Partnership
- 2007: Mapping of Catholic Church in Australia's international development activities in the Pacific and Timor-Leste
- 2010: Launch of Principles of Engagement on International Development Through the Lens of Catholic Social Teaching (PDF, 2.4 MB)
- 2010: MOU signed by Caritas Australia, Catholic Religious Australia and Australian Catholic University
- 2010 Media Release - CRA, ACU and Caritas: Catholic organisations collaborate on international aid (PDF, 272.4 KB)
- 2011: More detailed mapping of Catholic Church in Australia's international development activities in the Pacific and Timor-Leste
- 2012: Initial Timor-Leste in-country CAID health meeting hosted by Caritas Australia (PDF, 1017.7 KB)
- 2014: Second Timor-Leste in-country CAID health meeting hosted by Caritas Australia (PDF, 1.2 MB)
- 2015: Third Timor-Leste in-country CAID health meeting hosted by Caritas Australia - English (PDF, 1.5 MB) | Tetum (PDF, 1.6 MB)
- Foreign Correspondent Story on the Bairo Pite clinic and the health crisis in Timor Leste - The Clinic, Sophie McNeill is the reporter and the story was broadcast on 12/08/2014 on the Barefoot Nurses page to the CAID Page
- Caritas Australia
- Catholic Religious Australia