• The results chain and how to use when writing winning proposals

    Talking only about what your project will do will not convince many people instantly, talking about what your project strives to achieve is much more convincing! Do you know the difference between outputs and outcomes? What makes something an activity? What is the impact of your project? Test your knowledge of the results chain with this small quiz! 

    news10 Oct 2019
  • Janice Dwomoh Abraham

    How nutrition affects gender roles

    How does the role of men and women relate to the quality of water or nutrition? Janice Dwomoh Abraham recently graduated from her PhD programme, where she studied the nutritional quality of crops and surface water in Ghana. 
    While pregnant with her third baby, she succeeded in becoming an example for other students. This is her story.

    news01 Oct 2019
  • Delivering a training in North Korea

    How do you explain the results chain in a country that is completely foreign to you? What if your examples don’t seem to make sense? North Korea might not be on everyone’s list of countries to visit. Nicolas Dupic was more than excited to go. So how did the differences in culture work out in the training room?

    blog27 Sep 2019
  • Surfing the waves of sticky trainings

    How do you make a training stick? You want to communicate lots of information but is that really what your participants want? Sonja Bongard followed the Training & Facilitation Skills course in the Netherlands. This interview reflects her findings.

    news13 Sep 2019
  • Three steps to effectively manage upwards

    When we talk about management, we often think about the person leading a team. Someone who has to delegate downwards. If you’re a manager yourself, you probably have to manage up as well– unless you’re on top of the food chain of course. So, how do you manage your manager?

    blog06 Sep 2019

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