Needs assessment for the Humanitarian Leadership Academy in the Middle East
In May 2016, the Humanitarian Leadership Academy commissioned INTRAC to help inform its operational, partnership and learning requirements across the […]
M&E Paper 10. Summarising portfolio change: results frameworks at organisational level
This paper describes some of the different methods and options available to help summarise results and learning across large portfolios of work, carried out in different regions, countries and sectors.
How not to run an international organisation: the perfect case study
By Rod MacLeod. In recent years, large international NGOs have been much exercised with how best to organise themselves as […]
Go through the door marked ‘Exit’ to reach sustainable development
By Rick James. We’ll never reach sustainable development until we take exit more seriously. So many NGOs pay lip-service to […]
Supporting learning: a study on incentives and disincentives for learning in international transparency and accountability grant-making practice
In 2015 INTRAC carried out a study for the Transparency and Accountability Initiative (T/AI) on how grant-making can encourage and […]
Evaluation of Danish strategy for support to civil society
INTRAC has been working since 2013 with Danida on an evaluation of the Danish Strategy for Support to Civil Society. […]
Funders’ Collaborative for Children: a formative evaluation
INTRAC undertook a two-year formative evaluation of the Funders’ Collaborative for Children (FCFC) ending between 2011 and 2013. While collaboration […]
Praxis Note 62. It takes two to tango: reversed organisational assessments between Northern and Southern civil society organisations
Do Southern civil society organisations (CSOs) have a role to play in assessing the performance of their Northern partners? What can we learn from attempts to include Southern partners in assessing our organisations?