The Cape Development and Dialogue Centre (CDDC) Trust is the legal framework for its ecumenical and inter-faith work in South- and Southern Africa through its affiliates:
- The National Religious Association for Social Development (NRASD);
- The EFSA Institute – a network of university partners and ecumenical networks.
The CDDC Trust and its affiliates facilitate research, publications, and project cooperation between faith networks, Governments, universities – and international partners. The focus is to strengthen sustainable development partnerships, to empower local faith leaders to be more effective in health, educational and care programmes.
The CDDC Trust and its affiliates have a long history of national and international partnerships, supporting of community-based programmes, inter-faith cooperation as well as many publications.
More information about the CDDC Trust is available on its website, http://www.cddc.co.za/, with a graphic presentation of the Trust and its affiliates’ structure on this page: http://www.cddc.co.za/about-us/.
For a list of recent publications, follow this link: http://www.cddc.co.za/publications/