Shifting the power while strengthening the resilience of CSOs in Ethiopia
Sosena Lemma and Lucy Morris discuss a chance to “walk the talk” on shifting the power in Ethiopia.
High stakes and last chances: how to strengthen capacity during exit?
Ayele Ashagre and Rick James look at how capacity building is best done within a responsible exit process.
Investing in exit: funders with foresight
Ayele Ashagre (with Rick James) discusses how funders can best support the resilience of their grantees during an exit process.
Praxis Series Paper No. 13: Is there lasting change, five years after EveryChild’s exit?
Concluding INTRAC’s work on the EveryChild’s responsible exit process, this paper looks at lessons in designing programmes for lasting impact.
What working with EveryChild taught me about responsible exit
Lucy Morris shares her experiences of exit, working for EveryChild
For our series of blogs on exit, Rick James writes about how endings can be a source of hope.
In Ethiopia, exit presents real challenges for Civil Society Organisations
In another entry in our series on exit, Sosena Lemma explains how it relates to her work in Ethiopia.
If you can’t exit well, at least exit ‘less badly’
RIzal Malik proposes three ways organisations can exit from their partnerships less badly.
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.
Living our values in the distress of exit
As recent developments make INGOs likely to plan exit processes, Rick James suggests six things organisations should strive to do.
The Stopping as Success project and responsible transition
An introduction to the Stopping as Success project and the resources it produced.
Stopping as Success (SAS) learning webinars
In March 2020, INTRAC is hosting a two-part virtual workshop with the Stopping as Success (SAS) project.