Blogs


Rohingya Crisis and Ecological Disaster in Ukhiya and Teknaf

At the end of September, MzN said goodbye to its Context program in Bangladesh. We are very happy to have had the opportunity to work together with a highly motivated team, many of whom are now in the field in ...
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From NGO to social business : why and how

How does one go from being a traditionally funded development organization to a sustainable social enterprise? Leaders of development and aid organizations talk a lot about changing donor models, value for money, operational efficiency, new technology and changing business models ...
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Is there a better way?

A question that really drives great aid organisations Great innovators, from all walks of life, in every corner of the earth have build their impact on the world by relentlessly asking if there is a better way to create positive ...
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10 Tips for writing better project proposals

The ability to write winning proposals is essential for all development and aid organisations. Despite the success of some organisations in exploring alternative funding streams, the capacity for attracting donor funds by winning bids remains at the centre of the ...
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Top Tips for Impact Evaluation

International development is complex; it involves multiple stakeholders with different interests, goals and capacities. Within this pandemonium, there is a need to demonstrate the impact of what we do and how our interventions changed the lives of those we intend ...
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CONTEXT Programme – Final workshops, May 2017

We said goodbye to the CONTEXT Programme last month (well, almost. We still have one more graduation event to go!). We were joined in Dhaka by 36 disaster relief professionals for two four day workshops, covering the latest thinking and practice ...
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