Example CEDRA assessments and action plans

The following example reports are based on the experiences of partners who have carried out the CEDRA process in different contexts.  

CEDRA in an urban context
CEDRA Assessment Report and Action Plan for an NGO working in Kampala, Uganda (A Rocha Uganda) (PDF 69 KB)

CEDRA in a rural context
CEDRA Assessment Report and Action Plan for a partner consortium in the Diocese of Aru in north-east DRC (PDF 124 KB) This is the example used throughout the CEDRA guide.  

CEDRA in a coastal context 
CEDRA Assessment Report and Action Plan for an NGO working in a coastal region of Bangladesh (PDF 120 KB) (Bangladesh Nazarene Mission)  

CEDRA in a disaster-prone context 
CEDRA Assessment Report and Action Plan for an NGO working in Haiti (PDF 141 KB)


CEDRA case studies 

Climate change awareness-raising in the church (PDF 31 KB) – Pentecostal Assemblies of God, Uganda

Farmer Field Schools (PDF 44 KB) – Africa Inland Church, Tanzania

Carrying out CEDRA as a ‘partner consortium’ (PDF 43 KB) – Tearfund partners in Democratic Republic of Congo 

Accessing scientific information (PDF 31 KB) – Partners in Uganda and Bangladesh

Community mobilisation as a result of CEDRA (PDF 40 KB) – ROLEC, Malawi

Storing rainwater (PDF 97 KB) – Discipleship Centre, India

Withstanding floods with savings (PDF 44 KB) – Eficor, India

Adaptation in an urban environment, strengthening a WASH project (PDF 1.2 MB) – A Rocha Uganda

The danger of overlooking communities' views (PDF 30 KB) – Bangladesh


Monitoring and evaluation report

CEDRA was piloted between 2008 and 2011. A learning evaluation was undertaken in 2011 drawing on the experience of Tearfund partners carrying out CEDRA in more than 15 countries. The evaluation findings can be accessed here: 

Evaluation of CEDRA and the Environmental assessment (PDF 884KB) 
 
Appendices
Appendix C – International Nepal Fellowship CEDRA report (PDF 1 MB)
Appendix D – Church of Bangladesh EA report 
(PDF 372 KB)
Appendix E i – DRC CEDRA workshop report 
(PDF 50 KB)
Appendix E ii – Brazil workshop report 
(PDF 112 KB)