Tag: Development in Practice

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 […]

OPS 31. The Role of the Church in Advocacy: Case Studies from Southern and Eastern Africa

The primary objective of this research has been to review the experiences and analyse the role of the mainline churches […]

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