Tag: funding models

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Event summary: modelling progressive funding (January 2023)

Download an extensive summary of INTRAC’s online event on modelling progressive funding.

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Civil society perspectives: experience and advice from a newly independent NGO in Mozambique

Paul Knipe speaks with Luize Guimaraes of MUVA about the transition from INGO project to independent NGO.

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Modelling progressive funding: in practice

Kate Newman continues her exploration of progressive funding, focusing this time on the practical challenges.

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Modelling progressive funding

INTRAC Chief Executive Dr. Kate Newman introduces the issues to be covered by our latest blog series.

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Civil society perspectives: Burma’s civil society in exile

Paul Knipe speaks to an exiled activist about the situation for civil society in Burma.

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How to measure the impact of core grants

In the final entry in his blog series, Rod MacLeod explores how best to measure the impact of core grant.

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Analysing the relationship between domestic resource mobilisation and civic space

Our latest blog post launches the findings of a scoping study carried out by INTRAC with financial support of the Civic Engagement Alliance through the Wilde Ganzen Foundation.

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Scoping study – Analysing the relationship between domestic resource mobilisation and civic space (full report and brief)

With the financial support of the Civic Engagement Alliance (CEA) through the Wilde Ganzen Foundation, INTRAC has produced two new resources exploring the existing evidence that demonstrates how generating resources and support from domestic sources can expand the space for CSOs to advocate for citizens’ rights.

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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 […]

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INTRAC Newsletter August 2017

Including news about our work, our events and training calendar, links to publications, and a guest contribution by Svetlana Dzardanova from the OSCE Academy!

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How aid really works: Growth targets

“How aid really works” is a comic strip, which highlights the gap between our lofty ideals and the messy reality […]

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The sustainable NGO: Why resourcing matters

By John Hailey. A sustainable NGO is one that can continue to fulfil its mission over time and in so […]