Civil society sustainability and local capacity development: A case study in Cameroon. WACSeries, 2016.
Promoting local CSOs sustainability through a local and home-grown peer-to-peer capacity development process.
Praxis Note 68. Knowledge sharing in action: The case of Concern Worldwide’s Knowledge Matters
This Praxis Note describes how Concern Worldwide has been able to provide the means, motivation, and opportunity for staff to document and share their experience-based knowledge for organisational learning purposes, though the vehicle of an internal publication called Knowledge Matters.
Partnerships and Capacity Building: A Guide for Small and Diaspora NGOs
Partnership and collaboration with other NGOs are no longer (if they ever were) a peripheral add-on to an organisation’s main […]
Creating Space to Lead: A Guide for Small and Diaspora NGOs
Leadership may sound impressive, but it is immensely difficult. While many of us know what we should do as leaders, […]
Action Research and Advocacy Training for Women Participating in Public Life Programme
Between 2012 and 2016 INTRAC delivered the design and implementation of an action research approach as part of the British […]
Action Learning Sets: A Guide for Small and Diaspora NGOs
Action learning sets are a simple and powerful way for individuals to learn from each other. Using the knowledge and […]
Benchmarking Clubs: A Guide for Small and Diaspora NGOs
Benchmarking clubs can be defined as a group of people coming together to learn about how to push their boundaries […]
Participatory Advocacy: A Guide for Small and Diaspora NGOs to VSO’s Participatory Advocacy Toolkit
Developing an advocacy strategy is a pressing, but often intimidating, priority for many small and diaspora organisations. As part of […]
Fundraising for Success: A Guide for Small and Diaspora NGOs
In what is now a crowded and competitive charity marketplace, fundraising can feel like ‘catch 22’ for small and diaspora […]
Effective Governance: A Guide for Small and Diaspora NGOs
Boards of charitable organisations can be a source of great joy and some heartache. When they work well they can […]