Tag: aid and development trends

This Week’s Recommended Read

Following on from our newly updated resource catalogue, we will be suggesting a recommended read every week! These will be […]

Newly Updated Resource Database – Now Includes The Entire Catalogue Of Publications!

INTRAC has been producing publications and resources since 1994. With a focus on civil society development, concerning all areas of […]

Using beneficiary feedback to improve development programmes

World Vision UK, INTRAC, SIMLab and CDA launch their findings and practitioner resources from a three- year pilot exploring how […]

DFID Beneficiary Feedback Mechanisms (BFM) Pilot End-point Review: Synthesis Report

This report presents findings from the end-point review of a pilot implementing beneficiary feedback mechanisms in seven aid projects, funded via UK Aid Direct.

Is there such a thing as responsible exit?

By INTRAC Principal Consultant Rick James. ‘Exit’ is a harsh reality for many aid agencies today. As a result of […]

Comparative Review of Donor Approaches to Unrestricted Funding of CSOs

The purpose of this study is to contribute to learning on the value of ‘unrestricted’ or ‘strategic’ donor funding of […]

Briefing Paper 40. 40 years of NGO development: Time to rediscover a purpose?

This essay is the product of Brian’s Pratt personal review of over almost 40 years’ experience engaged in development from a civil society/NGO perspective.

Sustainability of civil society organisations in a rapidly changing world

By guest blogger Albert A Arhin. Civil society has been pivotal in driving political change as well as development in […]

Civil Society at a Crossroads. Most significant findings

This two-page document summarises the most important findings of the ‘Civil Society at a Crossroads’ programme . It also links to the project’s major outputs, including more detailed synthesis documents and all case studies.

Briefing Paper 31. Understanding private donors in international development

This paper provides an introduction to private donors’ engagement in international development, particularly philanthropic foundations. It describes the scale of foundations and their importance to the field of development aid.

ONTRAC 51. Theory of Change – what’s it all about?

This issue of ONTRAC looks at ‘Theory of Change’: another ‘new’ idea that has become increasingly popular in the development […]

Briefing Paper 29. The Busan Partnership: implications for civil society

On 1 December 2011, the Busan Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation1 was adopted at the end of the 4th High-Level […]

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