• Evaluation and ethical principles

    Designing, conducting, and managing high-quality evaluations requires all parties involved in the evaluation to agree on ethical standards. This ensures overall credibility, transparency, accountability, and the responsible way of using power and resources.

    news21 Jan 2021
  • How applying an enterprising mindset to project design contributes towards social impact

    In this blog, James Sablerolles reports his experience leading a workshop focused on applying three frameworks to help streamline impact: The Donut economy, The Sustainable Development Goals and True Pricing.

    blog15 Jan 2021
  • New year’s resolutions for more impact

    Taking some lessons from 2020, here’s some inspiration about what you could focus on in 2021.

    news04 Jan 2021
  • Defining indicators: thinking beyond the 'How'

    One of the challenges project managers or M&E experts often face, when it comes to monitoring, is how to define indicators for their project. It seems as if every donor has its own format, and how many indicators are enough?

    news24 Dec 2020
  • Online training: interactive, inspiring and fun

    I found myself drawing behind my desk, visualising the training that I wanted to provide after my course. I never considered myself as a creative soul, and neither did I expect to become one during this training. 

    blog07 Dec 2020

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