• Impact evaluation

    Connecting the dots, complexity and Most Significant Change

    How to make sense of extreme complexity? How do you evaluate the impact of an humanitarian action on someone's life? Paola wrote a blog about Most Significant Change: a method that helps to assess and analyse complex interventions using stories.

    blog15 Jul 2019
  • Linking research to business challenges

    Businesses, researchers and knowledge institutes working on applied research have much to gain from connecting their research to the outside world, but might prefer working in the comfort of their lab. Meanwhile, lots of research ends up on shelves and may never find their way to those who can benefit from it: the companies.

    news21 Jun 2019
  • A strategy day with the Royal Netherlands Embassy in Vietnam

    On 30 May 2019, twenty-five diplomats and staff of the Royal Netherlands Embassy in Hanoi and Consulate-General in Ho Chi Minh City came together in coastal Ha Long Bay to kick-start the development of a Multiannual Country Strategy 2020-2023 for Vietnam. This document would also serve as a framework for the upcoming Annual Plans.

    news17 Jun 2019
  • How volunteering is helping a future leader

    Helping young people to reintegrate into society and fighting poverty is not something every 24-year old will opt for. Maksym Mishalov states “Volunteering is a way of living and you need to be serious about it.” What motivates him to spend 6 months in Cambodia?

    news13 Jun 2019
  • Appreciating diversity with the help of DISC

    Building a strong team of 5 people living in 5 different countries can be tough. How do you assess them, recognising their individual strengths? Alumni Kate reveals how DISC makes the difference in her daily work life.

    news20 May 2019

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