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Profile of Indian Voluntary Organisations 2013
Research and Information System for Developing Countries 2013
RIS has taken an initiative to bring academics, civil society organisations (CSOs) and the Government on one platform through the Forum for Indian Development Cooperation (FIDC), launched in January 2013 to facilitate exchange of info...
The role of NGOs in pursuing population issues draft chapter for the ICPD Pakistan country report
Sustainable Development Policy Institute, Pakistan 1993
The government of Pakistan has embarked on an ambitious plan to reduce population growth rate to 2.5 per cent by the turn of the century. This goal is normally translated in terms of birth aversions and increase in contraceptive use. ...
Engaging with the media: a companion to the Advocacy Toolkit for influencing the post-2015 development agenda
Sustainable Development 2015 2014
As part of the Sustainable Development 2015 (SD2015) programme, this guide is for anyone who is working in the sustainable development sector and on the post-2015 development agenda: NGOs, CSOs, charities, private sector, governmental...
Advocacy toolkit: influencing the post-2015 development agenda
Sustainable Development 2015 2014
The SD2015 partners have produced a toolkit for civil society and other stakeholder organisations, coalitions and individuals that wish to influence the post-2015 development agenda, including the design of the Sustainable Development...
Mapping your online media strategy - a guide for nonprofits
Non-profit Network 2013
This ebook offers a guide through the process of choosing social media platforms and developing an effective online media strategy. It provides an overview of few popular social media channels in South Africa and how they work, so tha...
Non-profit Network
The Non-profit Network is an online resource centre for nonprofits, particularly those based in South Africa, on using the web and social media for advocacy, rights education and fundraising.
Addressing accountability in NGO advocacy
M. Hammer; C. Rooney; S. Warrem / One World Trust 2010
Global and national non-governmental organisations (NGOs) are the most distinct organisational form of civil society, and as such have become increasingly involved and influential in forming public opinion and policy through targeted ...
The NGO evidence principles 
British Overseas NGOs for Development 2013
Bond, the UK membership body for NGOs working in overseas development, has evolved a set of evidence principles for assessing the quality of NGO evidence, as part of its effectiveness programme. The principles are designed to ensure t...
An introduction to the principles for assessing the quality of evidence
British Overseas NGOs for Development 2013
All organisations strive to base decisions on the evidence of what actually works well. NGOs are no different. This brief from Bond provides a set of principles designed by NGOs, for NGOs that aim to set a common standard for the asse...
Analysing intermediary organisations capacity for quality responses to HIV/AIDS
International HIV/AIDS Alliance 2008
Building the organisational, HIV technical and policy capacity of civil society organisations is key to planning and delivering high quality responses to HIV. This toolkit provides a range of tools for analysing the capacity of interm...
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Items 1 to 10 of 124

Profile of Indian Voluntary Organisations 2013
Research and Information System for Developing Countries 2013
RIS has taken an initiative to bring academics, civil society organisations (CSOs) and the Government on one platform through the Forum for Indian Development Cooperation (FIDC), launched in January 2013 to facilitate exchange of info...
The role of NGOs in pursuing population issues draft chapter for the ICPD Pakistan country report
Sustainable Development Policy Institute, Pakistan 1993
The government of Pakistan has embarked on an ambitious plan to reduce population growth rate to 2.5 per cent by the turn of the century. This goal is normally translated in terms of birth aversions and increase in contraceptive use. ...
Engaging with the media: a companion to the Advocacy Toolkit for influencing the post-2015 development agenda
Sustainable Development 2015 2014
As part of the Sustainable Development 2015 (SD2015) programme, this guide is for anyone who is working in the sustainable development sector and on the post-2015 development agenda: NGOs, CSOs, charities, private sector, governmental...
Advocacy toolkit: influencing the post-2015 development agenda
Sustainable Development 2015 2014
The SD2015 partners have produced a toolkit for civil society and other stakeholder organisations, coalitions and individuals that wish to influence the post-2015 development agenda, including the design of the Sustainable Development...
Mapping your online media strategy - a guide for nonprofits
Non-profit Network 2013
This ebook offers a guide through the process of choosing social media platforms and developing an effective online media strategy. It provides an overview of few popular social media channels in South Africa and how they work, so tha...
Addressing accountability in NGO advocacy
M. Hammer; C. Rooney; S. Warrem / One World Trust 2010
Global and national non-governmental organisations (NGOs) are the most distinct organisational form of civil society, and as such have become increasingly involved and influential in forming public opinion and policy through targeted ...
The NGO evidence principles 
British Overseas NGOs for Development 2013
Bond, the UK membership body for NGOs working in overseas development, has evolved a set of evidence principles for assessing the quality of NGO evidence, as part of its effectiveness programme. The principles are designed to ensure t...
An introduction to the principles for assessing the quality of evidence
British Overseas NGOs for Development 2013
All organisations strive to base decisions on the evidence of what actually works well. NGOs are no different. This brief from Bond provides a set of principles designed by NGOs, for NGOs that aim to set a common standard for the asse...
Analysing intermediary organisations capacity for quality responses to HIV/AIDS
International HIV/AIDS Alliance 2008
Building the organisational, HIV technical and policy capacity of civil society organisations is key to planning and delivering high quality responses to HIV. This toolkit provides a range of tools for analysing the capacity of interm...
A guide for humanitarian programme managers is to help to create, manage and develop teams
People in Aid 2006
The impact and effectiveness of relief and development operations depend on the quality of staff and volunteers and the support an agency gives them. This guide for humanitarian programme managers aims to help to create...
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Non-profit Network
The Non-profit Network is an online resource centre for nonprofits, particularly those based in South Africa, on using the web and social media for advocacy, rights education and fundraising.
Communication for social change consortium
The Consortium seeks to increase the capacity of communication specialists, development workers, aid agencies, nonprofit organisations and communities to use communication for social change concepts in order to improve the lives of those who have been long excluded. Based on important experiences that are surfacing through participatory research, the Consortium is redefining how communic...
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