July 2020

Adapting to New COVID-19 Realities: Emerging Lessons Learned from Thinking and Working Politically in Niger

Trust in public institutions is one of the most essential factors for effective public health crisis management and response. Activities designed to strengthen governance, particularly those that build confidence and foster deeper connections between the public sector and its constituents, are central to this effort.

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July 2019

Individuals, Organizations, and Networks: An All-In Approach to Accountability

Good governance and socioeconomic development projects often target individuals or organizations. Counterpart believes that it is not only important to work with individuals and organizations …

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July 2019

Civil Society Explores Crowdfunding Tools to Achieve Sustainability

CSOs around the world face a variety of sustainability challenges, from the shifting focus of international donors to restrictive laws on NGO fundraising that make …

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June 2019

Promoting Local Ownership of Knowledge Through Stakeholder-Driven TWP

Thinking and Working Politically (TWP) has been a game changer for development practitioners.  Whether it is through applied Political Economy Analysis, Gender Analysis, or Systems Mapping, TWP is a vast suite of methodologies to guide activity …

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June 2019

Counterpart’s Inclusive Social Accountability (ISA) Framework: Achieving Lasting Results for All

With over 50 years of experience working with communities around the world to solve pressing global challenges, Counterpart International has learned a few things about what works and what does not in development.  …

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