What will it take for international and local NGOs to forge the kinds of partnerships that can make aid “localization” a reality? What can NGO executives do to position their organizations better for successful development partnerships in an evolving aid landscape?
Devex President and Editor-in-Chief Raj Kumar sat down with Aaron Williams, executive vice president of RTI’s International Development Group, to find out.
RTI is an executive partner for the upcoming Devex Partnerships and Career Forum in Manila, which Williams said will offer his organization an opportunity to get to know better a wide range of organizations working throughout the Southeast Asian region.
In the below video, Williams and Kumar discuss how local NGO leaders can position their organizations for successful development partnerships.
Global organizations like RTI look to source talented employees with the skills to make a difference. Williams, who previously served as director of the Peace Corps, reflected on what RTI looks for in successful candidates and how young people can employ their passion for development to move from theory to results. Click the below video to know more.
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