Working with evidence in civil society organisations
By Dan James, INTRAC Senior Research Consultant. The case for building a better evidence base for interventions in poverty reduction, health, education, […]
Negotiating Knowledge: Evidence and experience in development NGOs
The eight studies that form the core of Negotiating Knowledge span scholarly and practitioner research across Africa, Asia and Latin America. An essential reading for international NGO staff, policy makers, as well as those researching, studying and making policy in international development.
Praxis Note 3. How Can Knowledge Transferability Be Managed Across Cultures?
This Praxis Note addresses the important issues of transferring knowledge and best practice in the cross-cultural context within which all development NGOs work.
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