Tag: capacity building

Needs assessment for the Humanitarian Leadership Academy in the Middle East

In May 2016, the Humanitarian Leadership Academy commissioned INTRAC to help inform its operational, partnership and learning requirements across the […]

Monitoring and evaluation of capacity building. Tracking Capacity Change

Capacity development is at the heart of how most Danish CSOs believe they make a difference in their work with […]

What does being an evaluator have to do with the dawning era of sustainability?

By Vera Scholz. It’s unmistakably the year of sustainability. Last month, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have quietly – perhaps […]

Praxis Note 72. Advocacy capacity building using blended learning in complex and fragile contexts

Drawing on course evaluations and interviews with participants this paper shows how blended learning approaches can provide access to high quality capacity building support in remote and conflict affected locations in a cost-effective way.

Capacity building training with Stars Foundation

Stars Foundation invests in organisations and ideas that transform the lives of disadvantaged children and their communities globally. In 2015, […]

Praxis Paper 30. Monitoring and Evaluating Training: Challenges, opportunities and recommendations

Do training courses really make any difference to people’s ability to do their jobs or to the quality of their […]

‘Influencing and Supporting Change in Complex Contexts’ Face to Face training in Nairobi

In January 2015 INTRAC developed and ran a training course in Nairobi, Kenya, in partnership with the Policy and Advocacy […]

Praxis Note 69. Making Consortia Work. An example of competing consulting firms in Ethiopia

In this Praxis Note, INTRAC Principal Consultant Rick James explores the reasons why the consortia funded by the Civil Society Support Programme (CSSP) in Ethiopia proved him wrong.

Praxis Paper 3. Organisational Learning in NGOs

NGOs work in an increasingly demanding environment characterised by growing competition for shrinking aid budgets. They are under pressure to […]

Why Mission and Values Matter: a rather Darwinian approach to Sustainability

By Rick James. The NGO sector has plenty of dead wood. NGOs are set up with good intentions, but simply not […]

Capacity Building, Partnership Relations and Exit Strategies

By Rachel Hayman, with inputs and insights from action learning set participants. Over the past few months my colleague Rick […]

M&E Training with Forum Syd

Forum Syd is a Sweden-based human rights organisation with offices in seven countries. Its core funder is Sida, the Swedish […]

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