In various nations, CIDA has been involved actively in modernizing and building the regimes of governance for ensuring that resources that are natural are managed in an environmental and technical way. On a consistent manner, CIDA helps in supporting initiatives bilaterally and multilaterally resulting in enhancing the developing nation’s capacities to manage the development of natural resources. These nations have understood such support as a development assistance priority. In the longer run, such efforts have helped in improving the prospects for developing nations to advantage from their individual endowments of natural resources and achieve prosperity economically.
For example, in Peru, extensive work has been one by CIDA with the government, the organizations from mining sector and influenced communities to promote and develop regulatory needs for management of the environment and society (McMahon et al 2001, 32-49). The support of CIDA has included the tools provision and mining expertise along with supporting society, environment and multiple dialogues for stakeholders. The authority has also supported other regions such as Bolivia to establish a unit for tax collection which is responsible for administering the taxes of hydrocarbon generated over 1 billion dollars in terms of yearly revenues.
With the help of CIDA, the institutions for Canadian legal judiciary within developing nations are inclusive of the association of Canadian Bar, the Criminal law reform international law and justice. In the future, CIDA will continue building over experiences. As the initial step, the author has established an internal point of focus with extractive sector issues for development. The authority in the future, according to proponents will continue providing support to developing nations for enhancing their ability of managing their sectors of extractive. The authority has always worked in collaboration with donors of like-minded nature for advancing more sustainable and responsible approaches for the development of mining sector (Sagebien et al 2008, 103-128). This in turn will allow CIDA to identify in an effective manner and support the initiatives targeted strategically to enhance developing nation’s capacities. With such strengths, the proponents of CIDA have supported the view that mining industries are supported rightfully by the authority.