Posts by jindracekan

Leading in Challenging Times: Sustained and Emerging Impacts Evaluation (SEIEs)- reposted from Medium.com

»Posted by on Mar 2, 2017 in Aid effectiveness, Better Evaluation, Corporate Social Responsibility, Dare to Lead, Effective Philanthropy, ex-post evaluation, Foundations, impact evaluation, Impact Investors, international development, Participants, partners, post-project evaluation, SEIE, Sustainability, Sustainable development, Sustained and Emerging Impacts Evaluation, Valuing Voices | 0 comments

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Making up your mind. Prioritizing and making it happen

»Posted by on Jan 17, 2017 in 3ie, Accountability, Aid effectiveness, Better Evaluation, CDA, Doing Development Differently, Evaluation, ex-post evaluation, impact evaluation, NGO, Participants, partners, post-project evaluation, SEIE, stakeholders, Sustainability, Sustainable development, Sustained and Emerging Impact Evaluation (SEIE), Sustained Impact Evaluation, USAID | 0 comments

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Embedding Sustainability Everywhere – All Five Slices Now

»Posted by on Dec 12, 2016 in Aid effectiveness, DFID, Doing Development Differently, Evaluation, Exit strategies, Feedback loops, Food for Peace (FFP), International aid, international development, NGO, Sustainability, Sustainable development, Sustained and Emerging Impact Evaluation (SEIE), Sustained Impact Evaluation, USAID, Valuing Voices | 0 comments

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Towards responsible donor exiting strategies and practices: Reblog from Tshikululu

»Posted by on Oct 8, 2016 in Corporate Social Responsibility, Donors, Exit strategies, Social Investment, South Africa, Sustainability, Sustainable development | 0 comments

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PARTICIPATION BY ALL: The Key To Sustainability of CRS/ Niger’s Food Security Project

»Posted by on Apr 13, 2016 in Catholic Relief Services (CRS), Exit strategies, Food for Peace (FFP), international development, LIvelihoods, Niger, Participation, Sustainability, Sustainable development, USAID | 0 comments

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