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  • As part of Spotlight on Quality Principle 4, we speak with Tshering Lama O’Gorman, previous Head of Programs at Australian Himalayan Foundation about how they work closely with local partners and communities when designing, monitoring and evaluating programs. “At a distance one makes all these predictions and thinks that it should be going this way but actually only the local people know what’s happening…Every local area has its own complexities.” Tshering shares how AHF supports its partners to implement evidence-based programming and evaluation, and how AHF sets out its organisational strategy.

  • This Framework sets out IWDA’s approach to feminist research and provides guidance for designing ethical, feminist participatory research and evaluations.Keywords: Ethical Research, Inclusive Development, NGO Effectiveness, Gender Equity

  • These Guidelines were developed by Bond, the UK network for organisations working in international development. The Guidelines serve to inspire discussion and provide advice on ethical approaches to gathering and using content , and provides a platform to share best practice and knowledge across the secto

  • Language in PSEA – a webinar

    Translators Without Borders, 2019

    This webinar by Translators Without Borders alongside the IOM explores and highlights the importance of language in PSEA.  It draws on examples in Cox's Bazar, Niger, Myanmar and Mozambique. It highlights critical applications of awareness-raising, local reporting mechanisms, translators, communications so that we can reach the most marginalised speakers.