If INGOs consider sustainability in their planning, exit can be a good thing for local civil society
Emmanuel Kumi argues that the exit of foreign funders need not be a disaster for local CSOs.
The Stopping as Success project and responsible transition
An introduction to the Stopping as Success project and the resources it produced.
INTRAC in Central Asia 1994-2018: a story of the past, the present and the future
This paper provides an overview of INTRAC’s presence in Central Asia and the impact that we have had. For 25 […]
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 […]
Preparing the closure of the INTRAC office in Bishkek
Helen Mealins visited Bishkek and Almaty from 8-12 October.
Sustaining Civic Action: join a collective global rethink
Read the event summary and recommendations for action!
Evaluation of the Global Network for Disaster Risk Reduction’s Frontline programme
From October 2017 to March 2018 INTRAC conducted a learning evaluation for the Global Network for Disaster Risk Reduction (GNDR) […]
INTRAC’s Experience of Working with International NGOs on Aid Withdrawal and Exit Strategies from 2011 to 2016
This article offers insights into what researchers at INTRAC have learned about the interests, priorities and strategies of international NGOs in relation to aid withdrawal and exit processes.