• Learning from Monitoring and Evaluation towards Accountability

    Once upon a time there lived a King. He was very rich and one night, three clever thieves broke into the King’s palace. They stole many precious goods. But the King’s guard were also clever. They caught the thieves red handed as they tried to run away. They brought them before the King.

    news21 Sep 2018
  • The assumptions of a good leader

    We are always curious to know what our participants have been up to after completing their training with us. This week we spoke to Meskerem Ritmeester from AgriProFocus who participated in the Leadership and People Management course last summer. In this article, Meskerem reflects on her most important insights and how she has put it into her work practice. 

    news17 Sep 2018
  • From NGO to Social Enterprise

    Over the past few years, MDF has expanded its support to ambitious and aspiring entrepreneurs. Among them is Dieudonne Agudah from Ghana. In 2016, Dieudonne participated in the EnterWASH programme, an MDF support programme for start-ups in the water, sanitation and hygiene sector. At the time he managed a non-profit organisation, today he is the CEO of WASHKing, a social enterprise aimed at improving sanitation in Ghana.

    news12 Sep 2018
  • Growing our Enterprising Partnerships Team at MDF West Africa – introducing our new staff.

    news28 Aug 2018
  • 5 tips to deal with seasoned experts in your training

    You cannot be an expert in everything. This does not mean that you can relax and dodge the questions that come your way. In this blog, Lisa Freiburg shares 5 tips to work with the experts and optimise the learning experience for all.

    blog23 Aug 2018

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