Tag: partnerships

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 […]

Funders’ Collaborative for Children: a formative evaluation

INTRAC undertook a two-year formative evaluation of the Funders’ Collaborative for Children (FCFC) taking place between 2011 and 2013. While […]

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 […]

ONTRAC 19. Advocacy from the grassroots

An advocate can be defined as someone who organises for a cause; a supporter or defender who argues on another’s […]

ONTRAC 17. NGOs Ethics, Accountability and Regulations

The passing of the phrase ‘the Value-Driven Sector’ should not go unannounced. The old notion that ‘Civil Society’ consisted of […]

ONTRAC 16. Culture, context and NGO’s

In many ways, the world is shrinking. Rapid advances in technology and transport systems have accelerated communication, created global networks […]

ONTRAC 15. NGO Partnerships: Balancing the Scales

Partnerships between Southern and Northern NGOs have become a key element of the development process. Whilst most NGOs are drawn […]

OPS 32. Partnerships: Negotiating Relationships

To be effective, institutions within the international aid system require a variety of working relationships. Ideally, each relationship will be […]

OPS 27. NGOs and the Private Sector: Potential for Partnerships?

Globalisation, the increasing multinational nature of business and electronic communication, has led to a parallel reduction in the powers of […]

ONTRAC 10. Direct funding from a Southern perspective: strengthening Civil Society?

Has the significant increase in funds to southern NGOs (SNGOs) by official agencies reinforced local civil society through the development […]

OPS 15. Partners or Contractors: A Case Study of Peru

This report explores the changing mechanisms of funding, and the implications of some of these changes on the funders-official agencies […]

OPS 14. The Relationship Between Official Agencies and NGOs: Bangladesh

This case study examines the impact of direct funding on the development of the non-governmental (NGO) sector in Bangladesh. In […]

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