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.
This paper highlights Counterpart’s diverse work strengthening civil society in Afghanistan, focusing on ten key areas. It also details lessons learned and corresponding recommendations for […]
Prepares trainers to use interactive, learner-centered methods and to design, implement, and evaluate participatory, competency-based training.
Develops the knowledge, skills, and awareness of supervisors for more efficient supervision systems and approaches to supervision.
Makes strategic planning a more accessible and enjoyable undertaking for administrators and managers of nongovernmental organizations.
Strengthens the capacity of health, family planning, and other development organizations.
AIDS development professionals in addressing gender issues.
Assists representatives of nongovernmental organizations and other civil society groups in forming and maintaining advocacy networks and developing effective family planning and reproductive health skills
Builds the leadership, advocacy, and management skills of grassroots women leaders and others working in HIV and AIDS.
This study seeks to show how the Internet has become a political weapon to infringe on the rights of marginal sexual and gender communities rather […]
In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Counterpart is providing forums for activists to peacefully voice their concerns to local authorities.