…matters very much as well. A guest post from Mary Ann Clements.
How and why EveryChild prepares to hand over its assets to a global alliance of national civil society organizations.
Social Impact Incubator brings together creative collaborators in Burundi.
How has US foreign assistance funding changed over the last sixty years?
A self-described aid agnostic shares his thoughts on CDA Collaborative Learning Project’s new book, “Time to Listen: Hearing People on the Receiving End of International Aid.”
Learn about what I and the team from REPSSI (The Regional Psychosocial Initiative, based in Joburg) has been up to this week in Washington D.C. at the XIX International AIDS Conference.
An estimated 25,000 participants from more than 185 countries will assemble in Washington D.C. next week for the XIX International AIDS Conference. How many of them have cared for a dying neighbor or comforted a grieving child?
Is a lack of humility on the part of the international aid community the real obstacle to creating more well-resourced funding mechanisms that reach grassroots organizations?
When we reduce accountability to abstract concepts or empty exercises that are, if we are honest, ultimately about reporting funding expenditures to donors, we miss the point.
Sharing excerpts of twelve papers on international development and aid effectiveness from my reading pile.
Highlighting key issues not often heard enough in aid effectiveness dialogues.
The evaluation report was scathing, but I felt honest. And given the sharing of the preliminary results, it should have hardly come as a surprise…But it did.
Excerpt from Trocaire’s report, Leading Edge 2020: Critical Thinking on the Future of International Development.
“Suddenly a deep and dark realization set in..Had we become the aid worker equivalent of ambulance chasers?” A guest post by Renee Martyna and Steve Munroe of Satori Worldwide.