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Working with evidence in civil society organisations

The case for building a better evidence base for interventions in poverty reduction, health, education, humanitarian work and other arenas has been persuasively argued over the last few years (albeit ...

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    Beneficiary feedback mechanisms: whatever happened to participatory monitoring and evaluation?

    Blog by Anne Garbutt.Between 2014 and 2016 INTRAC managed the monitoring and review component of a pilot project on beneficiary feedback mechanisms. The pilot was led by World Vision UK in partnership...

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      Time for Change - INTRAC@25 and moving on

      This year, 2016, INTRAC will be 25 years: 25 years of dedicated service to many civil society organisations around the world, and the people who work in them and for them. Over this period INTRAC has ...

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        Trusting in the next chapter: accepting founder transition

        Founder transition is always risky and rocky. It is like a heart transplant. And just like a heart transplant, the rest of the body has to be healthy enough to survive such a major operation. The seni...

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          There is hope beyond this life: Five keys to founder transition

          Guest blog by Dr. Rajesh Tandon.“I wanted to reduce my daily drudgery of administration; I have done it for three decades. But I did not want to go away.”“I am tired of doing fundrai...

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