The post-2015 framework currently promises to target people with disabilities, but without better, more accurate data we can’t determine the impact on this group of people, and there’s a risk that, yet again, they will miss out on development initiatives, writes Sightsavers' program delivery monitoring officer in this op-ed.
Ricardo Fuentes-Nieva, head of research for Oxfam GB speaks with Devex about the state of civil society in the developing world and how to effectively fund CSO programs and initiatives.
While partnerships are essential to accomplish the global development agenda, proponents argue a knowledge-based one is key to pushing this agenda forward. But what makes knowledge partnerships work? Devex finds out.
The Levi Strauss Foundation had to form partnerships with NGOs to ensure the sustainability of its programs. It's been quite a process, one in which the actors have had to learn and grow, Executive Director Daniel Lee shares in this video interview for the Future of INGO series.
Maternal mortality is not just a human rights issue; it's an economic and social issue with consequences that cannot be ignored, writes Aslihan Kes, economic and gender specialist at the International Center for Research on Women.
Foreign exchange can represent a huge part of an NGO's financing or banking costs. There are numerous ways to make savings here, but many smaller and midsize organizations are not getting the best deal. Here are 10 questions NGOs should ask to get the best deal from their banks or brokers.
Big data is everywhere in our data-driven society, but access to it remains scarce. How then can we get hold of big data for development purposes? An exclusive commentary from Thomas Roca, a researcher and statistician developing a data visualization portal for the French Development Agency.
Despite consensus on the need for development solutions to adapt to local contexts and political complexities, development practice is finding it hard to reconcile the need for increased flexibility with existing accountability and results requirements. Here's why such a conundrum is not insurmountable.
London-based pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline PLC announced a commitment Friday to train more than 9,000 health workers in Ghana, Kenya and Nigeria in partnership with NGOs and in-country governments. What does it take to build the case for private sector investment in health systems?
For only the second year running, USAID has set a worldwide procurement goal for U.S. small businesses — 10 percent of prime contract spending in fiscal 2015. In the latest in our series on top donor agency partners, Devex ranks USAID's 20 largest small business contractors.