A guest post by Tori Dietel Hopps of Dietel Partners and Andy Bryant of Segal Family Foundation.
There is a growing number of small NGOs and foundations specializing in offering direct funding to grassroots leaders. And 20+ of them have come together to write a book!
An interview with Bonnie Castañeda de Garcia of Honduras on the transformative role of arts & culture in violent environments.
Here’s to the ones who ask “why” openly in meetings because they just can’t tolerate the façade of “doing good.”
3 places where my voice in #globaldev discussions have appeared lately
“In his breakdown, he not only owned up to embezzlement, but also to having let down his own family, his community, his people, and the generations to come.” A guest post from Rajasvini Bhansali, Executive Director of IDEX.
Nobody believed that writing a book together could happen, but forty community leaders produced 27 stories about their work in development and empowerment in just 4 hours. Independent consultant Lucia Nass shares her story from Myanmar.
Aid recipients “are more concerned about ‘how’ assistance is provided than how much is given.” Initial findings from The Listening Project, a systematic exploration of the insights of people who live in societies that have been on the recipient end of international assistance efforts.