Category Archives: Humanitarian Aid

Big aid donors failing to lift the lid on how they spend their cash | Global development | The Guardian

Publish What You Fund campaign finds only quarter of aid meets global transparency standards Source: Big aid donors failing to lift the lid on how they spend their cash | Global development | The Guardian Advertisements

Big aid donors failing to lift the lid on how they spend their cash | Global development | The Guardian

Publish What You Fund campaign finds only quarter of aid meets global transparency standards Source: Big aid donors failing to lift the lid on how they spend their cash | Global development | The Guardian

For Some Top Nonprofits, Changing the World Begins in Seattle – The New York Times

Philanthropic efforts of those who made billions in the tech industry have put the Pacific Northwest at the epicenter of a push to improve global health. Source: For Some Top Nonprofits, Changing the World Begins in Seattle – The New

For Some Top Nonprofits, Changing the World Begins in Seattle – The New York Times

Philanthropic efforts of those who made billions in the tech industry have put the Pacific Northwest at the epicenter of a push to improve global health. Source: For Some Top Nonprofits, Changing the World Begins in Seattle – The New

25 Facts and Stats about NGOs Worldwide

A collaborative research project by the Public Interest Registry and Nonprofit Tech for Good, the report is based on the survey results of 2,780 NGOs worldwide. Source: 25 Facts and Stats about NGOs Worldwide

25 Facts and Stats about NGOs Worldwide

A collaborative research project by the Public Interest Registry and Nonprofit Tech for Good, the report is based on the survey results of 2,780 NGOs worldwide. Source: 25 Facts and Stats about NGOs Worldwide

Aid work: an insult to the poor? – poem | Global Development Professionals Network | The Guardian

A Zimbabwean aid worker shares his reflections on the NGO sector through a poem Source: Aid work: an insult to the poor? – poem | Global Development Professionals Network | The Guardian

Aid work: an insult to the poor? – poem | Global Development Professionals Network | The Guardian

A Zimbabwean aid worker shares his reflections on the NGO sector through a poem Source: Aid work: an insult to the poor? – poem | Global Development Professionals Network | The Guardian

Adapt or perish: the new normal for civil society | openDemocracy

As space for civil society closes, donors and civil society leaders are realizing they cannot take public support for granted. A contribution to the openGlobalRights debate, Public Opinion and Human Rights. Español Source: Adapt or perish: the new normal for civil

Adapt or perish: the new normal for civil society | openDemocracy

As space for civil society closes, donors and civil society leaders are realizing they cannot take public support for granted. A contribution to the openGlobalRights debate, Public Opinion and Human Rights. Español Source: Adapt or perish: the new normal for civil

Is humanitarian aid really broken? Or should we all just calm down? | Global Development Professionals Network | The Guardian

Every few years a panic breaks out over whether the system is failing. We could learn something from taking a step back Source: Is humanitarian aid really broken? Or should we all just calm down? | Global Development Professionals Network

Is humanitarian aid really broken? Or should we all just calm down? | Global Development Professionals Network | The Guardian

Every few years a panic breaks out over whether the system is failing. We could learn something from taking a step back Source: Is humanitarian aid really broken? Or should we all just calm down? | Global Development Professionals Network