Reports, white papers, project assessments, and professional guides written by our staff, often in collaboration with our partners, to help guide new thought in international development.
As an organization with the mission for learning and adapting, Counterpart developed a framework for situations when cause and effect are not fully understood. Complexity-Aware […]
Since its origins working with communities in the South Pacific over 50 years ago, Counterpart International has been a global leader of civil society strengthening […]
Effective public financial management (PFM) — when performed with accountability to civil society — is the bedrock of economic growth and political stability. This is […]
Global health and good governance have always been closely linked. Yet this connection is deepening as stakeholders demand health projects that are scalable, sustainable, and […]
Counterpart International designs and implements multi-year programs that address food security, agriculture, and private sector development while integrating broader social, political, and human development dynamics. […]
Counterpart designs and manages development activities driven by our mission to strengthen the capacity of local institutions to address community-defined needs by focusing on partnerships […]
Counterpart is a leading international development organization that strengthens the capacities of civil society organizations (CSOs) around the world. Organizational capacity building is central to […]
Democracy and governance (D&G) deficits — particularly weak state capacity, accountability, and legitimacy; exclusion or marginalization of population groups; and weak civic engagement — are […]
Counterpart International’s Internet Governance & Internet Freedom project (IGIF) works to address policies that restrict space for the exercise of fundamental rights online.