If INGOs consider sustainability in their planning, exit can be a good thing for local civil society
Emmanuel Kumi argues that the exit of foreign funders need not be a disaster for local CSOs.
Analysing the relationship between domestic resource mobilisation and civic space
Our latest blog post launches the findings of a scoping study carried out by INTRAC with financial support of the Civic Engagement Alliance through the Wilde Ganzen Foundation.
Scoping study – Analysing the relationship between domestic resource mobilisation and civic space (full report and brief)
With the financial support of the Civic Engagement Alliance (CEA) through the Wilde Ganzen Foundation, INTRAC has produced two new resources exploring the existing evidence that demonstrates how generating resources and support from domestic sources can expand the space for CSOs to advocate for citizens’ rights.
Mid Term Evaluation of Change the Game Academy Programme 2016-2018
Between October 2018 and January 2019, the Wilde Ganzen Foundation commissioned to undertake a Mid-term Evaluation (MTE) of the Change […]
Towards a thriving, credible, and sustainable youth civil society
Youth civil society is surviving not thriving. That is the message coming from this report published by The Development Alternative […]
The Development Alternative – shifting the power to youth civil society
Sarah Lewis reflects on youth civil society effectiveness, emerging from the co-creation phase of a new programme called The Development Alternative.
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 […]
Project Sustainability online training for Cities Alliance
In September 2018, INTRAC worked with the Cities Alliance to design and deliver some Project Sustainability online training and coaching. […]