Tag: Sub-Saharan Africa

Exit: the end of the road?

By INTRAC Principal Consultant Rick James. One community leader in Malawi likened EveryChild’s exit to: “the end of the tarmac […]

It’s not just how, it’s why. An insight on sustainability in West Africa

By Rowan Popplewell. I’ve just returned from Ghana, where INTRAC and the West Africa Civil Society Institute (WACSI) hosted a […]

Burundi unrest – Can civil society challenge the abuse of power while remaining above the fight?

Posted by Rowan Popplewell. I have recently returned from Burundi, where I saw first-hand how civil society has been finding […]

Social Justice, leadership and civil society: the Nigerian example

Guest blog by Felix Obanubi from SAVI Nigeria. The fundamental crisis of social justice is rooted in leadership, management and […]

Is there such a thing as responsible exit?

By INTRAC Principal Consultant Rick James. ‘Exit’ is a harsh reality for many aid agencies today. As a result of […]

Peer Learning Programme for small and diaspora organisations

The Peer Learning Programme (PLP) was facilitated by INTRAC between 2010 and 2013 as part of Comic Relief’s Common Ground […]