INTRAC Newsletter June 2017
In this issue, INTRAC Chief Executive, Helen Mealins, discusses governance, citizen participation and accountability. Our guest contributors, Suzana Kirandziska and […]
Special Series Paper 1. Exit strategies and sustainability. Lessons for practitioners
Recognising the demand in the sector, this document compiles blog posts on exit strategies and sustainability of civil society organisations and their work.
What can international NGOs do to increase the sustainability of interventions?
We like to think our work prevails long after we are gone. But how many organisations go back to check?
INTRAC’s Monitoring and Evaluation manifesto
INTRAC’s M&E manifesto sets out eight commitments that will guide our M&E work.
Responsible exit and sustainability webinar
Missed INTRAC’s webinar ‘Whose responsibility is it to push for well-planned exit?’? Listen to the recording on our resource centre.
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