Tag: Development in Practice

INTRAC Newsletter November 2019

Download our latest newsletter issue, which reflects on INTRAC’s place in the aid sector

INTRAC Newsletter May 2019

Our May 2019 newsletter has news on our latest work, training courses, publications and people.

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 […]

Decentralisation in Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan was among the first post-Soviet countries to take steps towards public administration and decentralisation reform. Work began during the […]

OPS 49. Indigenous Social Movements and International NGOs in the Peruvian Amazon

The following report presents a detailed case study of an indigenous organisation based in the Peruvian Amazon and its relationships […]

Evaluating Civil Society Building in Afghanistan

When we are talking about Civil Society in Afghanistan two terminologies come to mind: one the Civil Society with its […]

Civil Society Capacity Building and the HIV/AIDS Pandemic

The starting point of this paper is that the potential for HIV/AIDS to structurally undermine gains in human well being […]

A Reflection from Experiences on Evaluation in the Andean Region

The purpose of this paper is to share a reflection on some recent experiences carried out in the field of […]

OPS 42. The Monitoring and Evaluation of Development Programmes in Central Asia

The theme of the conference ‘Who Benefits?: The Monitoring and Evaluation of Development Programmes in Central Asia’ was chosen to […]

Lost in the Matrix: The Logframe and the Local picture

This paper will look at the convergence and tensions between two trends that have gradually emerged over the past decades […]

OPS 35. Promoting Effective North-South NGO Partnerships

Partnership between NGOs based in the ‘North’ and the ‘South’  have become a key part of international development processes. Whilst […]

OPS 32. Partnerships: Negotiating Relationships

To be effective, institutions within the international aid system require a variety of working relationships. Ideally, each relationship will be […]