Learning from OD and psychology in India
Consultant Priya Rajkumar explains how psychology has influenced her OD work in India and Nepal.
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.
Shifting to a remote evaluation of the Change the Game Academy
Advocacy specialist Helen Collinson discusses the challenges in conducting a remote evaluation under COVID-19 restrictions.
ONTRAC 43. How will the global recession affect development?
In this issue of ONTRAC we start to explore some of the impacts of the global recession on development – […]
ONTRAC 39. Control and effectiveness in aid partnerships
In this issue of Ontrac we approach the problem of the ‘bureaucratic beast’ in relationships between development partners from different […]
NGOs and the State in the Twenty-First Century: Ghana and India
The architecture of aid has changed. More aid from rich countries is being directed to southern governments. As a result, […]
NGO Responses to Urban Poverty: Service Providers or Partners in Planning?
If urban development is to move forward in a pro-poor manner, there will have to be far greater investment in […]
ONTRAC 22. Measurement, management and accountability
Much attention has been given recently in development circles to combining quantitative and qualitative methods. This attention has focused on […]